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Wildfires and their impact on Skyline College students

Wildfires and their impact on Skyline College students

October 17, 2020

Many Skyline College students, faculty and staff have been impacted by the frequent campus closures and...

Flattening The Curve With Lower Prices

Photo Illustration created by

Mark David Magat, Editor At Large

April 30, 2020

53,819 COVID-19 deaths in the US in April 2020 according to the site Our World in Data. With all the...

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...

Part-Time Faculty members make an impact on a larger scale

Adjunct Faculty Deserve Better

March 5, 2020

Higher education institutions rely on the work of their instructors and lecturers to do the teaching...

Emergency beds given to homeless, or those in need during the storm

Mintzhet Tan, TSV Staff Illustrator

February 17, 2017

Emergency shelter beds were activated on Thursday Feb. 9, due to a significant weather system affecting much of the Bay Area. The inclement weather in the area had raised public concerns, and the Center on Homelessness decided to provide a safe place for those who were in need. "There are two types of programs," said Charlie...

Guest key note speaker Jeff Duncan-Andrade, PhD., discusses urban education in today's society on March 19, 2016.

“Schools Our Children Deserve” discusses public education

April 8, 2016

Skyline College, in partnership with several local chapters of The American Federation of Teachers, hosted...

SamTrans to charge more while serving less

SamTrans to charge more while serving less

November 16, 2015

SamTrans is proposing a new fare hike effective Jan. 2016. The SamTrans system has not raised their fares...

Editorial: California’s conservation crisis

TSV Staff

September 18, 2015

Although the heat wave is gone and the Bay Area has been damp for the past few days, California is still in a state of emergency. The campus could take on more conservation measures in terms of improvements and fixtures in operational inefficiencies. The district has developed a water efficiency program that is serving as...

District calls for funding

Michelle Kelly, TSV Interim News Editor

August 27, 2014

A funding proposal for $388 million is being added to the November ballot by the district’s Board of Trustees. The ballot measure H will allow for many projects to take place on all three campuses within the district. The measure calls for a raise in taxes for local homeowners. The estimated effect would be an additional...

San Mateo County suing Lehman Brothers

Haider Mashal, TSV Multimedia Editor

November 8, 2012

San Mateo County can now move ahead to sue Lehman Brothers executives to recoup some of the money lost in investments. In 2008, Lehman Brothers, a global financing firm, went bankrupt, leaving its investors at a major loss. San Mateo County lost more than $150 million in investments. The district was hit hard by the fallout...

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