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Gary Clark Jr. rocking the San Francisco music scene

Gary Clark Jr. rocking the San Francisco music scene

Ryan Love, TSV Staff Writer

October 3, 2016

Filed under Artist Spotlight, Focal Point, Music, Reviews

Imagine everything you ever thought you knew about music being to shatter into pieces right in front... Read more »

Skyline goes to “Middletown”

Skyline goes to “Middletown”

October 3, 2016

The first and only play of the semester is being put together in building 1, with a few students and... Read more »

Old school arcade remastered with local breweries

Old school arcade remastered with local breweries

October 3, 2016

To many young gamers, arcades seem like ancient relics that propelled the world of gaming to where it... Read more »

Creating something by doing nothing

Creating something by doing nothing

September 16, 2016

Guests were treated to the calm and peaceful sounds of a cello played by Yawen Hsu, and were surrounded... Read more »

A look into the art of tranquility

A look into the art of tranquility

September 2, 2016

A first for Skyline is a first for the artist. The installation of the first exhibit of the fall semester... Read more »

Anything but a drowsy production

Anything but a drowsy production

May 6, 2016

A mediocre school production would most likely bore a viewer to sleep with the lack of charisma and dry... Read more »

What makes you scream? What calms you down?

What makes you scream? What calms you down?

February 19, 2016

The current Skyline College Art Gallery exhibit, “The Scream,” features an array of contemporary... Read more »

Skyline Theatre club delivers an outstanding performance

Clayborne Go, TSV Staff Writer

December 3, 2015

Filed under Arts, Features, Focal Point

"The Time of Your Life" is an ensemble of different lives, a five act play written by William Saroyan, and tackled Skyline's Theater Club and Director Kevin Simmers. Both actors and stage hands have worked for over two months to make this play come alive, and they certainly succeeded. Set in 1939, the majority of the play... Read more »

Tango takes Skyline

Trevor Robinson, TSV Guest Writer

November 6, 2015

Filed under Arts, Features, Focal Point

A variety of characters plunge into the world of Argentine tango: people of all ages, male and female, seduced by the power of an electric confrontation between two people, two bodies moving as one to a sensuous, almost other-worldly set of pulsing rhythms. This scenario is repeated thousands of times all over the world:... Read more »

Contemporary art takes shape

Contemporary art takes shape

September 21, 2015

Skyline College Art Gallery's current offering, the LEGIT 3D Art Exhibit, provides an experience that... Read more »

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