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Applications for the California Dream Act decline

Laurel Lujan, TSV News Editor
February 22 • 65 views
Filed under News, Online Exclusive

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

Mint Tan, TSV Staff Illustrator
February 17 • 192 views
Filed under Campus News, District News, News

Emergency shelter beds were activated on Thursday Feb. 9, due to a significant weather system affecting much of the Bay Area. The inclement weather in the area had raised public concerns, and the Center on Homelessness decided to provide a safe place for those who were in need. "There are two types...

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

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

Laurel B. Lujan, TSV News Editor
February 17 • 448 views
Filed under Campus News, News, Showcase

The Black Student Union hosted a panel on Feb. 13, in honor of African American Heritage Month, to discuss the mass incarceration of people of color and how racism and the criminalization of immigrants is caused by a loophole in the 13th Amendment. Who’s affected by the 13th Amendment? A new do...

California community college course exchange launches to aid students in graduating

Lauren Gozon, TSV Staff Writer
February 8 • 704 views
Filed under News, State News

California introduced the nation’s largest community college course exchange with 113 academic institutions. Students at all levels are stuck if the classes they need aren’t available at their college. Some even wait until the following semester to enroll. To help students get the credits they...

San Mateo Community College Federation of Teachers call for awareness besides benefits

Laurel B. Lujan, TSV Interim News Editor
February 4 • 459 views
Filed under District News, News

On Tuesday, Feb. 1, the San Mateo Community College Federation of Teachers, AFT 1493, negotiated with the district for pay raises and other benefits. The negotiations originally began seven months ago. While the salary is part of every negotiation, the difference now is that there are discussions...

Dream Center to aid Skyline College Community

Dream Center to aid Skyline College Community

Laurel B. Lujan, TSV Interim News Editor
February 3 • 702 views
Filed under Campus News, News

A DREAM Center opened on Feb. 1, to engage students in the topic of immigration. With the numerous petitions coming from the students, faculty and community, the SMCCCD is using references, professionals and meetings in the quest to be called either a Sanctuary or Safe Haven school. A Sanctuary Campus would in...

Protests against President Trump stop traffic in San Francisco

Protests against President Trump stop traffic in San Francisco

Laurel B. Lujan, TSV Interim News Editor
January 20 • 2,688 views
Filed under News, Showcase, State News

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Spring semester evokes new plans

Spring semester evokes new plans

Laurel B. Lujan, TSV Interim News Editor
January 18 • 2,256 views
Filed under Campus News, News, State News

As the New Year begins, there are a few changes as Skyline College starts the Spring 2017 semester consisting of parking permits, the inauguration and reminders for financial aid. In relation to parking permits, students who have not yet bought their parking passes for the term will have a two-week...

Heated election woes boil over

Heated election woes boil over

Savannah Zvarik, TSV Staff Writer
December 7 • 2,995 views
Filed under Campus News, District News, News

Swaths assembled on the quad in favor of a safer, more inclusive campus Hundreds of Skyline students gathered on the quad to raise awareness about communication, among other issues, between the school and its students at the SMCCCD walkout on Monday Nov. 21. Students were encouraged to stand up...

Student gathering in favor of safer spaces dissipates

Student gathering in favor of safer spaces dissipates

Brian Silverman, TSV Staff Writer
November 23 • 3,435 views
Filed under Campus News, News

Students from Skyline, College of San Mateo and Cañada gathered on campus on Nov. 11 at around 11 a.m. to discuss how to be more vocal in expressing their opinions. The gathering sought to discuss how students could be more active in spurring positive changes for all three campuses, becoming more...

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