The Skyline View

Men’s team makes playoffs, falls to Ohlone

Gina Murray

November 20, 2004

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Men's soccer went to the playoffs for the first time in five years. On Nov. 16 the Trojans traveled to Saratoga to battle with the #8 ranked West Valley to stay in the playoffs. After a long 90 minutes of play, the Trojans were defeated by the Vikings 2-1. The Trojans were ranked #9 in the Northern California Community College socce...

Wrestling wins championship

Wrestling wins championship

Gina Murray

November 20, 2004

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Skyline's wrestling team is the San Francisco State invitational Champions after beating out 12 teams...

Duran Duran launches their return with ‘Astronaut’

Chris Morring

November 20, 2004

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Artist: Duran DuranAlbum: "Astronaut"Genre: rockAlbum Highlights: "(Reach Up For The) Sunrise"Fast forward to a flashback to the '80s. If two bands could summarize synthpop, it would be Duran Duran and Depeche Mode. Well, Duran Duran got back together with their original lineup and put together a modern spin on a classic f...

Band of the Week

Band of the Week

November 20, 2004

When people talk of Detroit, it is usually about cars, sky-high violence and STD rates, or perhaps Ha...

Concert Calendar

November 20, 2004

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Boom Boom Room 1601 Fillmore St.San FranciscoNov. 27Tito y Su Son de Cuba 8 p.m. $10 at door Nov. 28Steppin' 8 p.m. $8 in advanced Café Du Nord2170 Market St.San Francisco Nov. 27The Avengers9:30 p.m. $12 at door 21+Nov. 28 O-Maya9 p.m.$10 at door21+924 Gilman924 Gilman St.Berkeley All shows are $5Friday and Saturday shows at 8 p.m. Nov. 26 ...

Jane Birkin opens ears to French-pop

Jane Birkin opens ears to French-pop

Elizabeth Sinclair-Smith

November 20, 2004

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Very few people can do what singer Jane Birkin got away with at her Great American Music Hall show: Hold...

James Wan’s ‘Saw’ cuts up the gore

Kyle Chidester

November 20, 2004

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Blood. Insanity. Kidnapping. Semi-predictable plot twists. All are key elements in making a basic horror flick, and all are included in the new James Wan film, "Saw." This was one of the best "gorror" flicks I've seen since "House of 1000 Corpses." It follows many of the guidelines of common investigative thrillers, such as "...

Society has a long way to go

Chris Morring

November 20, 2004

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America was founded off of two diametrically opposed ideas, freedom and repression. People came to America to free themselves of restrictions and express their different beliefs and thoughts in a way that they wanted. At the same time, these views and beliefs would be used to put down other groups in the name of promoting th...

District builds staff housing

District builds staff housing

November 20, 2004

The district is on its way to becoming a landlord in an effort to staunch a migration of experienced employe...

Library offers new Article Delivery Service

Jenn Livesey

November 20, 2004

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The Skyline College library is offering a new service for students to obtain articles from newspapers and magazines off the Internet.Students can now request articles from any source at any institution throughout the country at the library through a new feature called the Article Delivery Service.Skyline College Librarian Eric B...

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