The Skyline View

Trojan duo beats De Anza

Okey Amuzie

February 21, 2003

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     The twin towers of Kevin Cockerham and Tremaine Fuqua helped Skyline 17-12 (4-3) defeat De Anza 14-14 (1-6) 73-65 Feb. 12. Cockerham and Fuqua scored eight and 21 points respectively. Cockerham grabbed seven rebounds.     "It's not about my shot," Cockerham said. "It's ab...

Our ‘Big Fat Greek’ Review

Danila Mehta

February 20, 2003

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     Nia Vardalos, who plays Toula, stars in this comedy as a single, Greek American woman in her early thirties who is stuck in a rut.     Still living at home with her parents and working in their Greek restaurant, Toula is more than ready for a change. Toula's parents Gus (Michael Constantine) and Maria (Lainie ...

‘Clean Air Campaign’ hits Skyline

Jenn Livesey

February 20, 2003

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     Beginning in March, the Skyline College Health Center will go forward with their "Clean Air Campaign," which is a voluntary enforcement of the existing smoking policy on campus.     While the driving force behind this campaign is the Skyline Health Center's nurse Barbara ...

Black History Month at Skyline

Juan Nevarez

February 20, 2003

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     This month, Skyline College is celebrating what, since 1926, is the Black History Month in the Unites States. Both faculty and students here at Skyline have organized and held a few events honoring it.     On Feb. 11, there was a dialogue group put together as a class project by a group of black psychology stu...

EDITORIAL

Editorial

February 20, 2003

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     The Clean Air Campaign proposes that both students and staff help enforce the smoking policy at Skyline College.     The smoking policy clearly states that smoking is prohibited within 15 feet of any building, however many student and faculty smokers ignore the signs around campus trying to enforce the smoking gu...

Oklahoma State Bound

Okey Amuzie

February 20, 2003

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     Skyline Trojan sophomore center/forward Tremaine Fuqua will be attending Oklahoma State University to play division one basketball next season.     Fuqua will be playing in front of a national television audience almost every week and will be playing in a well-known tough college basketball conference called the "Bi...

Opinion: Peace

Tami Saunders

February 20, 2003

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     On Sunday, Feb. 16, 2003, San Francisco held its second rally against the "war on terrorism." Thousands of demonstrators flooded the streets to express themselves and speak out against the United States' potential war on Iraq. The President of the United States has diligently proclaimed that Iraq holds weapons of mass ...

Letter to the Editor

February 20, 2003

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Dear Editor,I wish you would include information such as the website that students can send in emails to the senator and the assemblywoman to complain about the unfair cuts to community colleges at http://www.ccleague.org/actnow.There is also going to be a protest at Sacramento on March 17, and if you announce it in The Skyline View, perhaps more people will be aware of it and ...

WOW! conference adds more speakers

Jenn Livesey

February 8, 2003

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         On March 8, 2003, Skyline College will be holding a conference for both readers and writers. The word around campus is that not many of you know about it, and if that's the case, then you better pay particular attention as to why you'll want to attend.         WOW! (Women On Writing) is a celebration in which an ar...

In memoriam of Mrs. Cornejo

Juan Nevarez

February 8, 2003

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         Skyline College has lost another one of its students. Lois Cornejo, who had taken classes such as creative writing, fitness, dance, poetry and yoga at Skyline College for the past 22 years, passed away on Jan 29. She was 66.         Mrs. Cornejo was published poet--her work...

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