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Foundry & Lux creates an industrial-meets-chic vibe in South San Francisco

Foundry & Lux creates an industrial-meets-chic vibe in South San Francisco

Adreanna Estigoy, TSV Focal Point Editor
March 27 • 7 views
Filed under Focal Point, Reviews

A brand new chic and elegant restaurant has opened up in South San Francisco for people to grab some food, enjoy a cup of coffee and engage in recreational activities with their friends throughout the week. Foundry & Lux, a restaurant, bar and café, opened up six months ago in a complex called...

Domestic violence brought into the spotlight

Lauren Gozon, TSV Staff Writer
March 27 • 16 views
Filed under Features, Focal Point

Domestic violence happens in every country, culture and age group. It also affects people from all educational, socioeconomic and religious environments and happens in both heterosexual and homosexual relationships.Domestic violence has always been a controversial issue, so it's hardly a rare occurren...

A frustratingly good poverty simulator of a space janitor

A frustratingly good poverty simulator of a space janitor

Blynn Beltran, TSV Media Editor
March 23 • 90 views
Filed under Focal Point, Games, Reviews

The Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor is definitely not for everyone but it is a great game in its own right. The game explores the janitor's mundane life and effectively contrasts the “hero” tropes that we have today in modern games. Graphically, the game uses three-dimensional environments with...

How to make incense

How to make incense

Laurel B. Lujan, TSV News Editor
March 22 • 108 views
Filed under Arts, Features, Focal Point, Multimedia, Top Story, Video

Why use incense? Incense can be a great tool to use if you want your house to smell good, get yourself in the right mood to meditate, be productive or help achieve relaxation. Making it is actually easier than most people think. Where can you get it? The most popular places to find incense ...

Rock the School Bells celebrates more than just hip-hop music

Rock the School Bells celebrates more than just hip-hop music

Miguel Madrigal, TSV Staff Writer
March 17 • 587 views
Filed under Features, Focal Point

Rock the School Bells celebrates its 10th anniversary by using hip-hop to teach students about the importance of pursuing higher education. Positivity and joy filled the room while people from different cultural backgrounds bonded with one common interest: hip-hop music. Bldg. 6 was filled with people...

The horror of Get Out is non-fictional

The horror of Get Out is non-fictional

Mintzhet Tan, TSV Staff Illustrator
March 17 • 1,167 views
Filed under Focal Point, Movies, Reviews

You know you've hit a home run when your film made over $100 million to date with a budget of only $4.5 million and almost every scene is being turned into memes and gifs. That is the case for Jordan’s Peele’s directorial debut, "Get Out," which opened nationwide late last month. "Do they know...

Capcom went back to its roots in new Resident Evil

Capcom went back to its roots in new Resident Evil

Miguel Garcia, Guess Writer
March 8 • 618 views
Filed under Games, Reviews

The seventh installment of the "Resident Evil" game series is a little bit of an odd one. If you are familiar with the series, this one would throw you off-guard within the first hour. Eventually the game pulls you back in with a familiar feeling and you start to realize that you are, in fact, playing...

Tell-a-phone

Tell-a-phone

Olivia Bowman, TSV Senior Staff Writer
March 7 • 139 views
Filed under Features, Focal Point, Tell-a-phone

Round Two: Building 6 is a locus of activity at lunch time. That's why we decided to go there next to talk to students. Here are some of the people we met: Student Lynn Rallanka has animated space aliens as her phone lock screen. "It's my aesthetic," Rallanka said. "It's super cute." She also says that her love of space has gotten her into the X-Files recen...

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