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“Little Shop of Horrors” arrives at Foothill College

“Little Shop of Horrors” arrives at Foothill College

Serena Scaglione, Assistant News Editor

March 4, 2014

Foothill Music Theatre delighted audience members with the rock musical comedy “Little Shop of Horrors” in its debut performance on Feb. 21. at Foothill College’s Lohman Theatre. “Little Shop of Horrors” was first released in 1960 as a low-budget, comedy-horror film by Roger Corman. It...

FROM MEXICO TO THE U.S

When not writing, Reyna Grande teaches creative writing at UCLA Extension.

Jinwei Zhang

March 4, 2014

Reyna Grande, an award-winning author, brought her new memoir “The Distance Between Us” to De Anza College on Feb. 24. She shared her experiences of growing up in Mexico, how she first came to the U.S. as an illegal immigrant and how she became a writer. Grande, born in Mexico, grew up without...

Tent City Review

Tent City Review

Abraham Abundis, Staff Writer

March 4, 2014

Not even rain could stop students from participating in Tent City, which ran from Feb. 24 to 27 in the main quad. “The fact that it started raining was a problem,” said organizer Karla Navarro. “For example, Students for Justice was supposed to show a film outside, but we do have alternatives...

Oakland A’s add depth in offseason

Jacob Sisneros, Sports Editor

March 4, 2014

After being ousted from the playoffs by Justin Verlander and the Detroit Tigers for the second year in a row, general manager Billy Beane responded with one of his busiest offseasons. To prepare for this season, Beane added veteran Scott Kazmir to the starting rotation, signed closer Jim Johnson and...

Giants come into season healthier

Vince Cestone, Staff Writer

March 4, 2014

The San Francisco Giants would probably admit they were not in the best physical shape in 2013. After winning the World Series in 2012, the Giants suffered their first losing season in five years, with a 76-86 record. Part of that was because of the number injuries sustained, but poor offseason ...

Got a break between classes? Try these tips to pass the time

Leticia Castro

March 4, 2014

Going from class to class while juggling homework and work, busy college students hardly have any time to think about staying in shape and getting daily exercise. “I only have a few minutes between my classes and I do homework when I have time, not exercise,” said Michael Lopez, 19, business major. Daily...

Movie remakes don’t surpass the originals

Adam Conston, Production Editor

March 4, 2014

Movie remakes are pale imitations of the original films and exist as a reminder of Hollywood’s current creative recession. Every weekend, people are swindled out of their cold hard cash by the lazy bean counters who have taken over Hollywood and only care about the bottom line. Maximum profit for...

Twitter, effective protest tool in Venezuela

Twitter, effective protest tool in Venezuela

Rika Kumar, Features Editor

March 4, 2014

Twitter and other social networking sites are the best way for young people to organize protests and demonstrations, giving them the right to be furious when the government attempts to silence this voice. The most recent example of censoring social media is the uprising in Venezuela. Over the past...