The Skyline View

Chancellor Oakley speaks to College media in his quarterly teleconference

Eloy Ortiz Oakley poses for a photo after he was named chancellor of the California Community Colleges on Monday, July 18, 2016, in Sacramento, Calif.

Umaima Ejaz, News Editor

September 26, 2020

In a quarterly teleconference with California Community College Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley Sep. 25, spok...

San Quentin Prison, in San Quentin, Calif., is shown Dec. 7, 2013.

Inside San Quentin’s COVID-19 outbreak

September 25, 2020

The family of one of the at least 27 inmates and employees at San Quentin State Prison who have died from...

Virtual learning to continue until the end of spring 2021

Virtual learning to continue until the end of spring 2021

September 25, 2020

An email that was sent out district-wide Wednesday, Sept. 25 stated that the entire spring 2021 semester...

Volunteers load boxes of free groceries, each weighing about 39 pounds and valuing around $60, Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2020.

Skyline launches new recurring food assistance event

September 16, 2020

Skyline College launched a free, weekly grocery distribution service Wednesday Sept. 2 for students ...

Free Tuition for Transfer Students is a Great First Step to Free College in California

This photo illustrates major aspects of student life during college.

Editorial Board

February 17, 2020

As of very recent, California has proposed free college tuition for community college students who transfer i...

The sun shines on Skyline's first day of classes on Jan. 13.

Welcome Back Skyline Students!

August 14, 2019

A hot, sunny day welcomes Skyline students to the fall semester, a great change from the usual fog. For...

Expanding your view

Simone Ledbetter

December 6, 2018

Our community college district needs to encourage students to explore interests outside of their major.With the way things are currently, students are encouraged to only take classes in the field they’ve chosen and some find general education to be a burden and hindrance to their goal. But students need to explore their int...

Transitional age youth programs need easier access

Mark David Magat, Opinions Editor

October 15, 2018

Skyline has many programs that aid students, but the road to access them is a long and windy one. Say you’ve just had your 18th birthday and just graduated high school, you’re finally an adult. Soon after the honeymoon phase though, you realize you need to sign your own paperwork, set your own appointments and essentially...

Mental health awareness among community college students

Mental health awareness among community college students

October 18, 2017

Mental health is becoming an increasingly common issue among college students, and more so for community...

An inside out view of what the average student should have in his or her backpack.

Bring more than your handy dandy notebook

September 2, 2016

Getting through a semester in college, be it a community college or full university, can be a tremendously...

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