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Spring semester evokes new plans

Spring semester evokes new plans

January 18, 2017

As the New Year begins, there are a few changes as Skyline College starts the Spring 2017 semester consisting... Read more »

Heated election woes boil over

Heated election woes boil over

December 7, 2016

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

Student gathering in favor of safer spaces dissipates

Student gathering in favor of safer spaces dissipates

November 23, 2016

Students from Skyline, College of San Mateo and Cañada gathered on campus on Nov. 11 at around 11 a.m.... Read more »

Skyline reopens study abroad program

Joshua Chan, TSV News Editor

November 23, 2016

Filed under Campus News, News

Skyline’s Study Abroad Program opened itself up to the public on Nov. 16 as the committee set up a table in building 6, informing passing students about the various opportunities available to them. The table itself was modest, with people in the Study Abroad Program at the helm, informing those who seemed to take an interest... Read more »

Awakening awareness with Kevin Powell

Awakening awareness with Kevin Powell

October 31, 2016

Political activist Kevin Powell stood before 60-70 students at Skyline sharing his wisdom on what it... Read more »

New standards for new students

New standards for new students

October 17, 2016

On September 23, 2016 a bill was signed into law by California Governor Jerry Brown that will overhaul... Read more »

Skyline biology students show off research projects

Skyline biology students show off research projects

Joshua Chan, TSV News Editor

October 17, 2016

Filed under Campus News, News

Potential new antibiotics from sources such as black walnuts were seen as a possibility at the SACNAS... Read more »

New district security report for 2016 released

Joshua Chan, TSV News Editor

October 17, 2016

Filed under Campus News, News

Coming off several proposals for bolstering public safety efforts district-wide, the annual SMCCCD security reports have been released. The different types of policy that Public Safety enforces range from the seemingly obvious, such as guidelines concerning alcohol and drug use, to more specific topics, such as procedure... Read more »

Security forums reveal missing connections

Shamal Prasad and Savannah Zvarik

October 3, 2016

Filed under Campus News, News

The Board of Trustees of the San Mateo County Community College District held Campus Safety Open Forums on Sept. 11-13 to gather information from administration, faculty, and students on how they feel about public safety on their campuses. “The study would include information on all organization and operational aspects... Read more »

New scholarship aims to help new students transfer sooner

Rob Pabalate Jr., TSV Staff Writer

October 3, 2016

Filed under Campus News, News

The Skyline College Promise Scholarship has been introduced on campus for students who have graduated from high school or hold a GED, or another equivalent to a high school diploma. The scholarship aims to give students the promise of a strong start to their college careers. For the scholarship, students will have all enrollment... Read more »

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