Hospitality and tourism programs on table

Michelle Brignoli, TSV Staff Writer

Skyline College’s fairly new Hospitality and Tourism Management Program is available to enroll for in fall of 2015. "Development of a local program here at Skyline College...  Read More »

May 23, 2015

Zheng becomes next student president

May 15, 2015

Meet Dennis Zheng, an international business major...  Read More »

New program offers pathway to hospitality industry

May 10, 2015

Skyline College’s new Hospitality and Tourism Management...  Read More »

Campus mourns loss of mentor

April 24, 2015

The Skyline community is mourning the loss of Richard...  Read More »


Louis C.K. lacks tact in SNL monologue

Erin Perry, TSV Assistant News Editor

The monologue that Louis C.K performed when he hosted Saturday Night Live’s 40th anniversary finale this past week caused an array of responses from viewers and media outlets. Comedy...  Read More »

May 23, 2015

Water is a human right

May 13, 2015

Every California resident knows there is a drought....  Read More »

There is no substitute for hard work

May 13, 2015

Chances are relatively high that we have all seen or...  Read More »

Is Floyd Mayweather worth all of this hate?

May 8, 2015

In the wake of the travesty that was Mayweather vs....  Read More »


Badminton season comes to a close

Will Nacouzi/The Skyline View

A Trojans player rushing the ball, attempting to hit it while Emily Ly (left) and Assistant Coaches Jon Lee (middle) watches. 11:25 a.m. 3/13/2015

Badminton season comes to a close

Max Maller and Sarah Marasigan

Skyline’s badminton team made a good showing in the State Championship meet, held May 7 to 9 in Fresno, with two players on the women’s team placing in the semi-finals. Badminton...  Read More »

May 15, 2015


Mayweather vs. Pacquiao better for profit than fans

May 8, 2015

In the biggest boxing event staged in years, Floyd...  Read More »

Assistant Coach Anna Nguyen giving advise to a Trojans player during the march 7 tournament between matches.

Trojans have a mixed week

May 8, 2015

Skyline’s Trojans Baseball team had been doing well...  Read More »

summer MT class

The virtues of martial arts: A follow up

May 1, 2015

Following the publication of our article extolling...  Read More »

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‘Doom’ unfaithful to lore, but decent movie

‘Doom’ unfaithful to lore, but decent movie

Will Nacouzi, TSV Digital Editor

I was watching the "Doom" from 2005 starring the Karl...  Read More »

May 23, 2015

TSV Podcast: Three unqualified people opinions – Farewell Letterman

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Miguel Garcia, Erin Perry, and Dave Newlands

Miguel Garcia, Erin Perry, and Dave Newlands talk about...  Read More »

May 23, 2015

Professor of History, student of life

Charles Newton, TSV Editor at Large

There is so much to discover about what goes on in...  Read More »

May 23, 2015

Staff Profile

Miguel Garcia
Miguel Garcia

TSV Editor at Large

  “How’s it going, Skyline? I’m Miguel Garcia…” is what I usually say when I do my main role over here at The Skyline View, hosting the News Briefs. It’s my third semester on staff...  Read More »

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