The Skyline View

EDITORIAL

September 25, 2004

If you have ever had a night class at Skyline, you might be well aware of the fact that parking can be a problem. Not in the same sense that it is for day parking, that being a lack of spaces at the beginning of the semester. Indeed, night parking is practically hazardous.It is a fact that the dimly lit campus parking lots are ...

Hours buy a dollar with new English rules

Catherine Lopes

September 25, 2004

It has recently been brought to my attention that the new hours by arrangement system for English classes is nothing more than a shameless grope for currency. Skyline students now have to pay $26 per unit and anyone taking an English class has to do these hours by arrangement-16 hours of them. But just whose arrangement is this? ...

Letters To The Editor

September 25, 2004

I am writing in response to your article, "9/11: Nightmare or political gold mine?" The little anti-American rant you went on was not only ignorant but a shameful show of disrespect for those who lost their lives on that disastrous day. If the lost freedoms rant you went on is referring to the Patriot Act and you are not a ...

‘Resident Evil’ quickens the undead one more time

John Harrison

September 25, 2004

"Night of the Living Dead." "Dawn of the Dead." "Dead Alive." These are some of the movies we may think of when we hear the name of one of the most terrifying horror film creatures ever made: zombies. But should "Resident Evil: Apocalypse" be among the films we look back upon later in life and shiver? If you're looking for a ...

The Real McKenzies crank out good ol’ highland-flavored rock and roll

Shannon Elliott

September 25, 2004

Bag pipes. Drums. Bass. Guitars and punks. What more could you need for a band? Not much. Not much at all. Just a pinch of attitude and dash of good scotch. That is what The Real McKenzies bring with every album and every live show they perform. These ruckus-raising rockers from Vancouver, Canada, deeply intouch with their Sco...

Concert Calendar

September 25, 2004

12 Galaxies2565 Mission St. San FranciscoSept. 28Sun MasonsOnce There 9 p.m.$6Sept. 29Eric Levy's Love Lounge Stanley Ross9 p.m.$8/ $10 DoorSept. 30 Beth WatersThe Welcome Matt 9 p.m. $8/ $10 Door924 Gilman 924 Gilman St., Berkley All shows $7 - $8 unless stated otherwise All Friday and Saturday shows are at 8 p.m., and Sunday...

Construction Zone

September 25, 2004

Capital improvement projects at Skyline College Pacific Heightsstart building 8 swing space construction Sept. 4 move building 8 classes to swing space Dec. 15, 2004 - Jan. 14, 2005 Improvements: track and soccer fieldtrack area temporarily reopened Sept. 8, 2004 - March 1, 2005track area closed for resurfacing Marc...

Census shows enrollment declining

Elizabeth Sinclair-Smith

September 25, 2004

On Sept. 7, Skyline College released its annual census figures, showing 7,747 students enrolled, more than 400 less students than were enrolled in 2003, and over 850 less than 2002.According to Gerald Peel of Skyline's public relations office, though this figure is down, a more recent estimate showed enrollment was up due to...

New field of dreams for Skyline athletes

New field of dreams for Skyline athletes

September 25, 2004

Strong players with the intensity to win were apparently enough for women's and men's soccer during the...

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