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A boom in mountain lion births has occurred this summer all over the Bay Area.

Bay Area mountain lion sightings emerge in recent months

September 4, 2020

As summer ends to make way for the fall season, mountain lion sightings in the Bay Area have become mor...

College Students Reflect Back the Reality of COVID-19 Life From Different Corners of the World

Passengers are seen wearing masks as a protective gear amid the COVID-19 pandemic at Narita International Airport, Tokyo, Japan.

Umaima Ejaz, News Editor

April 15, 2020

  On March 26, an email from the district informed students that classes for the remainder of the spring semester were transitioned to online in light of the current pandemic. Following the email, students from all three colleges: Skyline, Canada and San Mateo decide...

An illustration of a model of the COVID-19 also known as Coronavirus.

COVID-19 Updates

March 25, 2020

March, 26th - 1:48 PM The San Mateo County Community College District has officially announced that th...

The Best Advice to Keep Your Mind Off the Coronavirus is to Keep Your Mind on Your Business

The Best Advice to Keep Your Mind Off the Coronavirus is to Keep Your Mind on Your Business

March 24, 2020

With technology, it feels like the world is at your fingertips. As if the endless streaming of inform...

Ford Crown Victoria BART Police is seen here in this image on 29. June 2012

Unfair Enforcement

March 11, 2020

BART police have been issuing an increased amount of fare evasion tickets over the past two years. The pr...

A Guide to the 2020 California Democratic primary

March 3, 2020

A Guide to the 2020 California Democratic primary It’s that time of year again where we vote for...

Gunna Goes Global (left) and Stunnaman02 (right) are here seen at Skyline College for

Local artists visit Skyline College for Black History Month

February 27, 2020

Skyline students received a surprise after two actors visited the campus and led a film discussion on Fe...

Teachers Don’t Want Shooter Lockdown Drills

Chloe Trinidad, Staff Writer

February 26, 2020

Teachers' unions have released a report saying they want to stop using shooter lockdown drills in schools. The American Federation of Teachers and the National Education Association released a report on Tuesday, Feb. 11, about the use of active shooter lockdown drills in schools. In making this report, the two unions collaborated...

Skyline College Students and Faculty Concerned About the Coronavirus

How to Protect Yourself Against Coronavirus also known as COVID 19

Layna Salinas, Multimedia Reporter

February 13, 2020

Students and faculty members at Skyline College are concerned about the growing outbreak of the coronavirus...

Lovey’s serves up authentici-tea

Olivia Bowman, Copy Editor

December 5, 2018

Lace curtains fill the windows. A row of gently-used mismatched seating rests outside of the 1950s diner-style business. Holiday lights glow from within and through the glass doors making it easy to see the many trinkets that line the walls. An eccentric business, Lovey’s Tea Shoppe in Pacifica has been serving customers high...

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