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First-Year College Students

First-Year College Students

October 2, 2020

The fall semester at Skyline college started on Aug. 25 with the decision to fully transition to online learning. Skyline College’s counselors and educators take into consideration th...

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 ...

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...

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...

Katherine Harer, Vice President is seen at Union Solidarity hour on Feb. 5 building 6.

Skyline College is Under Violation of the “50% Law”

February 17, 2020

For over a year, the union has been fighting for workload equity, cost of health benefits, part-time...

Heated election woes boil over

Heated election woes boil over

December 7, 2016

Swaths assembled on the quad in favor of a safer, more inclusive campus Hundreds of Skyline students...

Skyline reopens study abroad program

Joshua Chan, TSV News Editor

November 23, 2016

Skyline’s Study Abroad Program opened itself up to the public on Nov. 16 as the committee set up a table in building 6, informing passing students about the various opportunities available to them. The table itself was modest, with people in the Study Abroad Program at the helm, informing those who seemed to take an interest...

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