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Tell-a-phone

Tell-a-phone

Olivia Bowman, TSV Senior Staff Writer

February 22

Filed under Features, Focal Point, Tell-a-phone

Phones can be very private devices. They carry photos, texts, and voice messages from people we care...

Gaming addiction: darker side of video games

Gaming addiction: darker side of video games

February 22

Gaming addiction: dark side of video games With the popularity of video games in the past two decades,...

How to start your own podcast

How to start your own podcast

February 4

How to start your own podcast Have you ever wanted to have your voice out there, but didn't want t...

Non-voting Skyline students highlight larger issues

Non-voting Skyline students highlight larger issues

December 7

Nonvoting college students are usually uninformed or detached from the candidates Bobbee Calacal,...

Tips on getting into the police academy

Tips on getting into the police academy

December 7

Being a police officer is one of the most respectable and commendable careers out there. The responsibility...

Oakland erupts in wake of election

Oakland erupts in wake of election

November 23

Results from the presidential election sparked controversy throughout the United States. Many against...

Ten Tips on Building your own gaming PC

Ten Tips on Building your own gaming PC

November 14

So, you want to build a gaming computer in 2016 and don’t know where to start? Building your very own...

The left right out candidate

The left right out candidate

October 31

Unknown to many, Gary Johnson is one of the other candidates for President of the United States. A Republican...

Three things to do on Halloween

Three things to do on Halloween

October 31

Halloween is finally upon us, that time of the year where the ghouls, ghosts and goblins that go bump...

Journalist fights for better immigration law

Journalist fights for better immigration law

October 17

Best known for her award winning novel “Enrique's Journey," the story of a 17-year-old boy's journey...

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