The Skyline View

Team ends season under .500

Okey Amuzie

May 13, 2003

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     The Skyline baseball team ended the season with a loss at De Anza 7-4 April 4 ending the year with a record of 18-22.     The Trojans had an up and down season riddled with a lot of injuries and poor defense.     "We lost our third baseman," Base...

Women in sports: can it happen?

Michael Chu

May 13, 2003

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     Katie Hnida made history for women everywhere...until she actually walked out onto the field.     Hnida is a place-kicker for the University of New Mexico football team and the first female in a NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) Division I-A football game....

Five Trojan baseball players have scholarship offers

Okey Amuzie

May 13, 2003

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     Five Skyline baseball sophomores have received scholarships to play division one baseball next season.     Chris Watters, Jermy Acey, Dave Lind, Adam Hartman, and Bryan Zahn are headed to their respective colleges. Watters has officially signed with Marist College in New...

Skyline’s summer sounds

Laura Forner

May 10, 2003

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Stroke 9"Nasty Little Thoughts"Best to listen to: When you're in a good mood while hanging outdoors with your friends on summer afternoons.     My award for the best CD to listen to during not only summer but year round goes to Stroke 9. This is one of those great CD's that I can listen to anytime when I'm in any sort...

‘X-Men 2’ X-plodes onto the silver screen

Jenn Livesey

May 10, 2003

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     The movie starts off with a guided tour for adults and children through the White House. A suspicious looking man is separated from the rest of the tourist. A security guard notices him just standing in one the hallways and asks if he's lost. Before you can even blink, a tail whips out from und...

Shifting quality at Luna Park

Renee Verducci

May 10, 2003

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     I'm no expert on food, but I like to think of myself as someone who knows where to get a great deal on some good eats. So I was psyched when I saw Luna Park, a fairly inexpensive place, ranked among the top 100 restaurants in the Bay Area by the San Francisco Chronicle recently (which, by the w...

Red hot White Stripes

Elizabeth Sinclair-Smith

May 10, 2003

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     Swirls of red and white swish past your eyes, making you think you're stuck in a gigantic peppermint candy. Then, all of a sudden, you are surrounded by noise-cacophonous but beautiful, savory and sweet. No, haven't ingested hallucinogens-you're at a White Stripes concert.     Playing the second of ...

New student government elected

Laura Forner

May 10, 2003

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     Tanya Johnson was elected president of this year's Associated Students of Skyline College on the election held from April 28 through May 2. Johnson won in a landslide victory against incumbent Marilyn Mascarinas.     This year's election yielded a total of 426 votes as compared to last years turn out of 561; th...

Former CNN senior executive producer brings experience and insight to Skyline students

Jenn Livesey

May 10, 2003

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     Audiences should be looking into more than one source when getting news, the more resources people have, the more knowledgeable they will become on various issues according to a former CNN Senior Executive Producer.     Speaking to a crowd of 40-plus students for an hour on April 29, Charlie Ca...

Skyline’s dance presentation a success

Juan Nevarez

May 10, 2003

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     The lights in the auditorium went out after the intermission. As a spotlight shined on them, a few students started an argument that escalated into a full-scale gang war. That is how the dance production of "West Side Story (Fight Scene)," one of the biggest numbers of the night started.     Hip-hop, salsa, ballet,...

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