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

Mint Tan, TSV Staff Illustrator

February 17

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 of programs," said Charlie...

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

Laurel B. Lujan, TSV Interim News Editor

February 4

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 of benefit costs as well....

Heated election woes boil over

Heated election woes boil over

December 7

Swaths assembled on the quad in favor of a safer, more inclusive campus Hundreds of Skyline students...

Teachers meet to fight for pay raises and workload provisions

Joshua Chan, TSV News Editor

October 31

Filed under District News, News

Skyline College faculty, as part of the local American Federation of Teachers union chapter, expressed discontent with the pay raise in faculty contracts as well as the extra workload given to them outside of class. Speaking at a faculty based meeting, members of the AFT Local 1493 chapter discussed previous negotiations...

California Community Colleges expand online education

Ryan Love

October 31

Filed under District News, News

California Community College students registering for classes in the spring of 2017 will be able to take advantage of the Online Education Initiative’s Course Exchange, aimed at streamlining the transfer process for community college students across California. The Online Education Initiative was created in 2014 by the...

San Mateo Community College District reviews security policies

San Mateo Community College District reviews security policies

September 1

The district may be implementing new public safety policies in wake of a report from the San Mateo Grand...

Board of Governor’s Fee Waiver delayed

Board of Governor’s Fee Waiver delayed

May 6

Students at Skyline, Cañada and College of San Mateo recently received an email from WebSMART stating...

Expand your global knowledge

Expand your global knowledge

April 25

Skyline College, as part of the Northern California Study Abroad Consortium (NCSAC), hosted an information...

Erik Skinner replaces former chancellor

Erik Skinner replaces former chancellor

Laurel B. Lujan, TSV News Editor

April 8

Filed under District News, News

The chancellor of the California Community Colleges is being replaced with an acting chancellor while...

Parking tickets money put to good use

Marinelle Cabillo, TSV Staff Writer

February 16

Filed under District News, News

Skyline students pay off their parking tickets and then forget them, never really knowing what their money is being used for. According to the Chief of Public Safety, Cherie Colin, the money from parking tickets at Skyline College definitely goes to good use. "The funds are directed toward ensuring our campus parking lots...

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