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Letter to the Editors: Teacher’s view on overflow classes

Rosie Bell, History Professor at Skyline
March 24 • 74 views
Filed under Columns, Letters to the Editor, Opinions

I am pleased to see the article, Students cause Overflow in Classes, in the March 2 issue of The Skyline View. I’d like to offer an assessment from a faculty member’s point of view. First, I do agree with the author of the article, that this is an issue that has consistently plagued us over the...

How Optimism Can Be Destructive

Chris Christenson, TSV Opinions Editor
March 24 • 70 views
Filed under Opinions

There is no such thing as the future because the future is now. People can be optimistic for the wrong kind of reasons that may not seem wrong in the first place. People, such as myself, feel optimistic because we believe there is an endless opportunity in the world. And for that reason, we feel that...

College and independence

Lauren Gozon, TSV Staff Writer
March 23 • 70 views
Filed under Opinions

Independence is a term that most college students know or are currently in the process of learning. Independence is defined as having the freedom from the control, influence or help from others. College will challenge and inspire many and will also help develop maturity and independence in students....

Racism in the gay community

Racism in the gay community

Gregory Ragaza, TSV Editor in Chief
March 23 • 262 views
Filed under Opinions, The View From Here

You would think that the LGBT community, specifically the gay community, would feel less inclined to be racist because of all the bigotry and hate they have dealt with and continue to deal with. It might be hard to believe but gay people can be pretty damn racist. The biggest problem about this issue...

GameStop’s impending demise is on the horizon

Blynn Beltran, TSV Media Editor
March 23 • 164 views
Filed under Opinions

Ever since Netflix introduced their streaming service to the North American market, it caused a severe drought for movie rental services like Blockbuster and other small mom-and-pop businesses like it. Streaming services like Netflix, Hulu and even Amazon completely dominate the market for on-demand...

Dear Hollywood, please stop whitewashing your productions

Dear Hollywood, please stop whitewashing your productions

Mintzhet Tan, TSV Illustrator
March 23 • 203 views
Filed under Opinions, Showcase

"Iron Fist," the fourth collaboration between Netflix and Marvel, was released last week and became the first mishap for the comic studio's release as it was widely panned by critics and viewers. The decision of casting a white actor for a role meant for Asians definitely had an impact on the show and...

Editorial: Preparing your lunch at home can save you a lot of money

Editorial: Preparing your lunch at home can save you a lot of money

TSV Staff
March 23 • 116 views
Filed under Editorial, Opinions, Showcase

College is already expensive with textbooks, supplies, transportation and housing. Food expenses become one of the most costly parts of the college experience so college students should save money by making their own meals. According to a 2016 University of California report, students were surveyed...

Believe half of what you see and none of what you hear

Believe half of what you see and none of what you hear

Chris Christenson, TSV Opinions Editor
March 17 • 488 views
Filed under Opinions

People do a great job sharing their opinion, but during a time where misinformation is on the rise, one of the most important things people should have in mind is to become more media literate by educating themselves. The biggest issue that people have is someone sharing inaccurate facts. For many...

Artistic License: Page 404

Artistic License: Page 404

Mintzhet Tan, TSV Illustrator
March 17 • 334 views
Filed under Artistic license, Opinions

Learn to embrace differences through language

Mintzhet Tan
March 17 • 306 views
Filed under Opinions

We can all agree that the country has become divided and we should start examining how we can bring people back together.“If you come to my country, you gotta learn my language.” That was the one sentence that caught my attention while I was queuing in the ever-busy line at the DMV earli...

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