The Skyline View

Raymond Gardner trial begins

Juan Nevarez

March 22, 2003

     The trial of the two men involved in the apparent road rage murder of a Skyline College student has begun.     Tito Sedeno, 21, John Navarro Jr., 20, and Richard Sedillo, 21, have been arrested in connection to the shooting of an Acura Integra with two passengers on I-380 in Sa...

WOW a success

Jenn Livesey

March 22, 2003

     For writers, being rejected can be hard enough. Being rejected 400 times can be devastating, but for writer Isabelle Maynard 400 rejections were stepping stones for her success. She has proven that no matter the number of rejections, getting published is possible.     Maynard did not start her writing career until t...

An ongoing series unearthing some of San Francisco’s best kept secrets

Candida Martinez

March 22, 2003

     Wednesday 2/12/03     A Mecca of music halls and venues spot San Francisco, some boroughs harboring more than the next.     Under the neon guard of Clement Street, against an army of cheap cultural eateries and $4 hair salons stands the Last Day ...

Rocking in Patterns

Elizabeth Sinclair-Smith

March 22, 2003

     Coming from the heart of the East Bay punk scene, The Pattern is a diamond in the rough of the feedback.      Not quite a noise band, but not what one would call laid back, the Pattern combines elements of boogie, blues, and raw power, resulting in an explosive sound. This co...

‘Ashes to Ashes’ a success

Jenn Livesey

March 22, 2003

     This is the type of book that makes a person want to crawl into bed and hide underneath the covers. Without a doubt, this is one of the best suspense books to date.     A crazed man is on the loose, setting women on fire in a wooded Minneapolis park. First, he performs se...

Fill your face at Fuddrucker’s

Laura Forner

March 22, 2003

     Fuddruckers. Sure, the name might sound a little funny when you first look at it or hear it, but you get used to it. Fuddruckers is a great burger place that almost makes you feel as if you have stepped back in time.     This week, I had the fortunate opportunity of getting to ...

Pontacq enshrined

Michael Chu

March 22, 2003

     Former Skyline College Men's Basketball Head Coach, Pete Pontacq, was inducted to the California Community College Men's Basketball Coaches Association (CCCMBCA) Hall of Fame on March 14.     The induction ceremony was held at the Red Lion Hotel in San Diego on the same weekend as the Men and Women's Basketball Sta...

Baseball team loses to Mission

Okey Amuzie

March 22, 2003

     Despite two hits and runs batted in by Trojans shortstop Jermy Acey, Skyline was defeated by Mission College 6-2 March 18.     Both starting pitchers Bryan Zahn and Brandon Belardes had control problems early in the game. Zahn threw his first and third pitches to the backsto...

Sisters propelling in multiple sports

Okey Amuzie

March 22, 2003

     Amanda and Betsy Cordoba played soccer last year are focusing on other sporting activities this spring semester. Track, soccer, and baseball.     Amanda, 18, is running track for CSM, and attending school at Skyline College. Betsy, 19, is public announcing for the baseba...

Skyline View student survival tip

Michele Lai

March 22, 2003

     If you don't do it, nobody will...     Are you overwhelmed with your everyday responsibilities? Most of us would agree there is not enough time to do anything. Everyone tends to procrastinate and leave the more important tasks for the end. To do an A+ job on of your dai...

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