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October 25, 2004

Oct. 25-Kababayan Program and Filipino Student Union present SHOWCASE2:30 p.m., room 2306Oct. 26-Harvest Festival Club Rush10 a.m.-noon, at Skyline Quad-Coffee Talk: Fahren-HYPE 9/116:30- 9 p.m. at Cafeteria Oct. 27-Harvest Festival Club Rush10 a.m.-noon, at Skyline Quad-Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) meeting1:30-2:15 p.m., room 7312(...

Forum offers a glimpse into politics

Forum offers a glimpse into politics

October 25, 2004

If you were fortunate enough to be at the Main Theatre on the evening of Oct. 20, you may be one of t...

Skyline student fatally shot in San Francisco

Skyline student fatally shot in San Francisco

Okey Amuzie

October 25, 2004

On the night of Oct. 11, Skyline College student Angelo "Marcel" Johnson, 19, was tragically murdered ...

Heath center cancels clinic

Heath center cancels clinic

Lou Sian

October 25, 2004

The national flu shot crisis has prompted the Health Center to cancel its popular clinic set for Oct. ...

Nationwide search ends for new President

Nationwide search ends for new President

Elizabeth Sinclair-Smith

October 25, 2004

The board of trustees and the chancellor of the San Mateo County Community College District (SMCCCD...

Band of the Week

Shannon Elliott

October 23, 2004

Do you like punk? Do you like show tunes? Do you like punk show tunes? If you answered yes to any of these questions you may already be or should be a fan of Me First and The Gimme Gimmes. This band catches people's attention because they do nothing but cover songs, turning them into punk/ska melodies of deliciousness. They cove...

‘HYPE’ film dissects Moore’s ‘Fahrenheit’

Neill Herbert

October 23, 2004

"You give me enough footage of Michael Moore in enough situations, and I can make him look like an anorexic right-winger."Even though this statement, spoken by activist, actor and democrat Ron Silver, is placed almost halfway through "FahrenHYPE 9/11," it illustrates the central idea of all the film's 80 minutes: cinematic slicing, ...

Def brings ‘Danger’

Diana Diroy

October 23, 2004

Artist: Mos DefAlbum: The New DangerGenre: hip-hopAlbum Highlights: Freaky Black Greeting Blues. Hard rock. Punk. Jazz. Soul. Rap. Hip-hop. These diverse genres compose all elements of Mos Def's new album, "The New Danger." As his second solo album, Mos Def has been able to knit, weave, and sew together this diverse range of ...

Letters To The Editor

October 23, 2004

Dangerous driversMost of us would never dream of killing someone. Most of us do not carry lethal weapons on our person. And yet, most people forget that a vehicle can become a lethal weapon. Last night, I was again nearly killed by a student in a black van who was not only speeding on College Drive out to the Skyline campus bu...

I’m Mentioning

Frank Romero

October 23, 2004

The way things have evolved in this day and age in the world of media and television, it has become almost expected that we get a good dose of irrelevancy, dare I say stupidity, at least three or four times per day.The amount of idiotic advertising techniques that are being broadcast live to a sea of viewers that either don't car...

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