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Applications for the California Dream Act decline

Laurel Lujan, TSV News Editor

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February 22

Emergency beds given to homeless, or those in need during the storm

February 17

Emergency shelter beds were activated on Thursday Feb....

The “13th” reveals hidden reality for people of color

The “13th” reveals hidden reality for people of color

February 17

The Black Student Union hosted a panel on Feb. 13,...

California community college course exchange launches to aid students in graduating

February 8

California introduced the nation’s largest community...

Focal Point

Tell-a-phone

William Nacouzi

Tell-a-phone

Olivia Bowman, TSV Senior Staff Writer

Phones can be very private devices. They carry photos, texts, and voice messages from people we care about. By taking photos of the lock screens or background screens of various...

February 22

Gaming addiction: darker side of video games

Gaming addiction: darker side of video games

February 22

Gaming addiction: dark side of video games With...

Ghost Warrior’s beta is plagued by game-breaking problems

Ghost Warrior’s beta is plagued by game-breaking problems

February 22

The "Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3" beta for PC is not in...

“Fifty Shades” of inaccuracy

“Fifty Shades” of inaccuracy

February 17

Looking for a romantic movie to see? Watch the newest...

Opinions

Letter to the Editor: Compassion for Immigrants

Tarek Eljarrari

Our Newfound Compassion for the Plight of Immigrants The recent public outpouring of support for immigrants is truly heartwarming. Yet I can’t help but ask myself: why...

February 22

Artistic License: Valentine’s plan

February 22

Additional security measures will help evening classes feel safer

February 17

Finding Peace in a Sanctuary City

February 17

A View of the past

  • A special night for Skyline’s Basketball programA special night for Skyline’s Basketball program
    The Skyline men's and women's basketball teams hosted their annual Coaches vs. Cancer double header on Feb. 11 versus Chabot College. It was special day for Trojans' basketball, who hosted the game for a great cause. All proceeds went to …
  • Skyline College Basketball
    Since the beginning of January, Skyline's basketball teams have been playing in the North Conference Games, a rigorous sequence of 12 games against neighboring community colleges.

TSV 2017 Spring Issue 2

Recent Posts

Applications for the California Dream Act decline

Laurel Lujan, TSV News Editor

[View the story "Applications for the California Dream Act decline" on Storify]...

February 22

Tell-a-phone

Tell-a-phone

Olivia Bowman, TSV Senior Staff Writer

Phones can be very private devices. They carry photos,...

February 22

Letter to the Editor: Compassion for Immigrants

Tarek Eljarrari

Our Newfound Compassion for the Plight of Immigrants The...

February 22

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The student news site of Skyline College.
The student news site of Skyline College.