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Skyline students not alerted by campus officials of homicide near campus

Katrina Benedicto, TSV Staff Writer

April 21, 2017

Filed under Breaking news, News, State News

On April 6, a press release was given about a murder investigation near Skyline College in which the Skyline community was not informed due to not fitting the Clery Act. The incident began when San Bruno Police Department detectives investigated a missing person case at 3781 Pacific Heights Blvd. on April 6 at 10:51 a.m. T...

The Learning Center has extended its hours of operation to give students a place to study at night

The Learning Center has extended its hours of operation to give students a place to study at night

March 23, 2017

Students on campus may have seen new signs on March 20 announcing big news from The Learning Center (TLC)...

Skyline College converts single-use restrooms to all-gender restrooms

Skyline College converts single-use restrooms to all-gender restrooms

March 2, 2017

On September 29, 2016, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill that will convert single-use bathrooms into all-gender...

California community college course exchange launches to aid students in graduating

Lauren Gozon, TSV Staff Writer

February 8, 2017

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 need, California Community...

Protests against President Trump stop traffic in San Francisco

Protests against President Trump stop traffic in San Francisco

January 20, 2017

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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...

Oakland erupts in wake of election

Oakland erupts in wake of election

November 23, 2016

Oakland was calm on Thursday, Nov. 10, two days after the nation elected Donald Trump to be the 45th...

Final verdicts come in for California’s 17 propositions

Final verdicts come in for California’s 17 propositions

November 9, 2016

Legalization of recreational marijuana in California and more funding for California community colleges...

Board of Governor’s Fee Waiver delayed

Board of Governor’s Fee Waiver delayed

May 6, 2016

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

Decline in students’ mental health leads to $40 million proposal

Gina Paratore, TSV Staff Writer

April 24, 2016

Filed under News, State News

A new bill was proposed in February which aims to increase funding for mental health in California Community College, University of California, and California State University systems. On February 16, Assemblyman Kevin McCarty introduced Assembly Bill 17, which would establish a trust account and fund $40 million to mental...

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