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On record: the comeback of vinyl

On record: the comeback of vinyl

Michelle Brignoli, TSV Staff Writer
May 22 • 15,647 views
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Pick your favorite. Lift needle. Place in grooves. Enjoy. For years, companies have been producing newer and newer computers, phones, and TVs. The evolution of all three is something younger generations take advantage of, unable to fathom the turmoil of outdated technology. While consumers are...

New Technology starts its engine

New Technology starts its engine

Abigayle Haguisan, TSV Staff Writer
May 22 • 14,210 views
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The Automotive Technology program has been a part of Skyline's long list of offerings since 1977, and this summer, the program is up for re-accreditation. Along with re-accreditation comes new advances and changes in the automotive industry. Students, and Skyline itself, will have to adapt to in order...

In search of broader horizons

In search of broader horizons

Laurel B. Lujan, TSV News Editor
May 22 • 20,969 views
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Purpose The opportunity to study abroad is usually offered by universities for students to experience the world beyond their country. This opportunity to study in a foreign environment, and to make a new home, is hard to pass up. In Skyline’s Study Abroad center, Director of Special International Progra...

The art of letting go – take your time

Miguel Garcia, TSV Multimedia Editor
May 22 • 9,410 views
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Let’s face it, breaking up will never be easy; it will always hurt at least a little bit. Breakups can range from “I hate you, never come back into my life,” to “I just think it’s not working out for us, it’s best if we go our separate ways." But even the lightest of breakups can sting. Even...

Gaming trends for players

Gaming trends for players

Madison J. Tidwell, TSV Staff Writer
May 22 • 14,059 views
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What does the gaming world look like to you? The gaming landscape has experienced monumental changes in the last few years when it comes to female gamers. Where once only a select few gamers were female, the Entertainment Software Association’s 2015 publication “Essential Facts About the Computer and Video Game Industry” shows that women now make up 44 ...

Gaming trends for developers

Gaming trends for developers

Joshua Chan
May 22 • 15,614 views
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What have been the effects of Gamergate? As much as I want to evade this topic when it comes to gaming discussions, it still needs to be addressed. Gaming media started to gain notice in 2014, when someone working in gaming media had a relationship with someone who developed a game. While the si...

Tapping into time

Tapping into time

Abigayle Haguisan, TSV Staff Writer
May 22 • 31,637 views
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The practice of mating ink and skin has been carried out since the beginning of human history. No matter how small, these permanent markings serve as messages, symbols, and identities. “To mark something” is translated as the Samoan word “tatau.” Though controversial to many, the “kakau,”...

How to juggle academics and athletics

How to juggle academics and athletics

Joshua Chan, TSV Staff Writer
May 21 • 21,468 views
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Skyline College women’s basketball player Ariana Sheehy, for her whole life, has never had a right hand. But it never seemed to faze her. The absence of Ariana Sheehy’s right hand has become a part of her identity rather than a hindrance, proving that anything is possible. “Give it your all...

Skyline Sports: Women’s Basketball Highlights

Skyline Sports: Women’s Basketball Highlights

Kevin Perez, TSV Photographer
May 21 • 30,597 views
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After exceeding expectations last season, Skyline’s women’s basketball team looks to reup to make another playoff run in the upcoming season. Being ranked at the bottom of the preseason polls, Skyline’s women’s basketball team entered the season with a chip on their shoulders. Finishing...

Green is good

Green is good

Max Maller, TSV Staff Writer
May 22 • 1,754 views
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If you think some of the buildings on campus need a tune-up, don’t be surprised. District and campus officials have the same thing on their minds. In fact, we will soon be seeing some top of the line new structures go up at Skyline, all outfitted in the newest and most energy-efficient technology. As...

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