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Cutting hits with the TINTED FIGMENTS

Cutting hits with the TINTED FIGMENTS

February 20, 2005

All his life, he wrote. Writing is the one thing that has kept Gregory Raymond Joseph Forrest Tompkins sane....

TEST!

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February 20, 2005

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Testing this thing for things.

Skyline hosts film festival

Christopher Harrold

February 15, 2005

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"As the military attacked our village, in the chaos, my mother strapped my baby sister to my back and told me to run," said Denise Becker, relating a tale of surviving one of the most horrific massacres in Guatemalan history in the documentary, "Discovering Dominga."On Feb. 9, the Museum of Tolerance Alumni, and the United Na...

Strapped for cash?

Strapped for cash?

February 15, 2005

Tips & tricks for finding the best deals on campus. This issue, we explore Cosmetology deals. Feeling poor, but still want to ...

The Advice Nerd

John Harrison

February 14, 2005

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Greetings! My name is John Harrison, Online Editor of The Skyline View, and I'm here to help! Valentine's Day is here, bringing promises of new love. I know that there are more than a few of you out there who have a special someone (or someones) you want to express your feelings to, but just don't know how. Here are a few of...

Basketball falls to Foothill at last second

Gina Murray

February 12, 2005

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Skyline faced Foothill College on Feb. 5 for a long, exciting game that wasn't decided until the very last second. The Trojans battled it out with the Owls into double-overtime and lost at the buzzer. "We played OK," said Coach Justin Piergrossi. "I am a little disappointed. I thought we had the win." Both teams had enthusiastic ...

Trojans trounce Barstow in pre-season

Trojans trounce Barstow in pre-season

February 12, 2005

Skyline's baseball team claimed victory in the first four of their pre-season games this weekend. On...

Athlete of the Week

Athlete of the Week

Gina Murray

February 12, 2005

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Steven Dorst plays shortstop for the Trojans. Dorst has been playing baseball for 13 years and is in h...

The ‘O’ Zone

The ‘O’ Zone

February 12, 2005

Lakeisha Richardson20Psychology"Venus and Serena Williams. They were the first African-American sisters that were ...

African-American athletes influence on the world of sports

Gina Murray

February 12, 2005

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"A life is not important except in the impact it has on others' lives."This was said by Jackie Robinson, the first black baseball player in the Major League Baseball, who paved the way for other African-Americans in the world of sports. February is black history month, and African-Americans have had a huge influence in man...

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