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Irony

Irony

Mintzhet Tan, TSV Illustrator

May 24, 2017

Filed under Artistic license, Opinions

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Take the time to find the right veterinarian for your pets

Katrina Benedicto

May 19, 2017

Filed under Opinions

The veterinarian you choose can determine how long or how short your dog lives.Of course, there are several other factors that affect lifespan, but your chosen pet hospital is a major contributor to your dog’s well-being. As pet parents, we must be the voice of our dogs. The best way to exercise that voice is to commun...

Editorial: Make women’s bathrooms great again

Editorial Board

May 6, 2017

Filed under Editorial, Opinions

If you are a woman, you know that Skyline's women’s bathrooms have dispensers for feminine hygiene products. It is also known that they are all empty and have been for quite some time now. The same is true for our sister college, College of San Mate Sure, feminine hygiene products are available for free at the nurse’s...

The benefits of having a beard

Judah N. Darwin, TSV Senior Staff Writer

May 6, 2017

Filed under Opinions

Man fur. Face blanket. Soup strainer. These are some of the names my friends have used to refer to my beard. I’ve never thought I would grow out a beard. I come from a family of facial hair and I promised myself I wouldn’t continue the trend. But alas, I grew out my beard for a girl who liked facial hair and never...

Hollywood could learn a lesson in portraying LGBT characters from comic books

Hollywood could learn a lesson in portraying LGBT characters from comic books

May 6, 2017

Name a famous LGBT comic book character. If you're a comic book fanatic, you can probably easily name...

Looking at history to justify U.S. bombings

Judah N. Darwin, TSV Senior Staff Writer

May 3, 2017

Filed under Opinions

On August 6, 1945, the United States dropped the first Atomic Bomb to be used in history on Hiroshima during World War II (WW II.) The blast destroyed 90% of the city and killed 80,000 people instantly while tens of thousands fell to injury and radiation sickness in the coming days. Three days later, Former President Harry...

Breathing deeply can eliminate the unnecessary tensions of our daily lives

Nicolette Anderson, Guest Writer

May 3, 2017

Filed under Opinions

In our culture, the first and the last breath are significant moments for individuals and families. But the moments that happen in between are just as significant. These single breaths, multiplied across a lifespan, are not only capable of keeping us alive but have a significant impact on our physiology, including our stress,...

Letter to the Editor: P.E classes aren’t going to help me in the future

Joe Morello, Dean of Kinesiology

April 28, 2017

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinions

Hello, I'm Joe Morello, dean of Kinesiology, Athletics and Dance at Skyline College. The letter below is submitted by me on behalf of the faculty in our division. I'll drop off an original tomorrow. Dear Editor, I’m writing on behalf of the Kinesiology faculty at Skyline College regarding your editorial “P.E. classes...

Awkward encounter

Awkward encounter

Mintzhet Tan, TSV Staff Illustrator

April 26, 2017

Filed under Artistic license, Comics, Opinions, Showcase

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P.E. classes aren’t going to help me in the future

P.E. classes aren’t going to help me in the future

April 19, 2017

Most college students want to get in and get out of school. They want to get into their fields of interest...

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