The Skyline View

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Runoff

May 15, 2005

"I'm not sure if this is the first time in Skyline's history or not, but we would like to announce that the...

EDITORIAL

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May 15, 2005

The dismal number of candidates and voters who took part in Skyline's student government elections th...

The problems with petitions

Alyssa Titong

May 15, 2005

In recent weeks, Skyline had to ban three different petitioner groups on campus due to violations in school regulations. With that said, some petitioners nowadays have become so abrasive and focused on getting signatures, not for helping a cause, but instead to get paid.Often, for every signature that a petitioner receives ...

Smokers at Skyline, such as this one who said he would rather not give his name, may soon only be allowed to light up in specific locations on campus. (Neill Herbert)

Campus looks to put fence around cigarette smoke

May 15, 2005

On May 17, Skyline's Health and Safety Committee will be reviewing comments received from school staf...

Another successful blood drive at Skyline

Alyssa Titong

May 15, 2005

More than 60 Skyline students, faculty, and community members took the opportunity to contribute to Skyline College's annual blood drive on May 10. This event was held in the school's Surgical Careers Center. The event was organized by the Blood Centers of the Pacific and Skyline's Health Center.The blood drive is in its 27t...

Elevator inspector shortage delays safety checks

An elevator in building 1. (Bob Varner)

Shannon Elliott

May 15, 2005

Elevators permits at Skyline have been expired since November 25, 2004, raising many issues about the s...

Skyline’s recycling habits earn campus praise

 (Bob Varner)

Elizabeth Sinclair-Smith

May 15, 2005

For the second year in a row, Skyline College has diverted its waste output by over 74 percent, exceeding t...

Suspect arraigned in Mendoza murder case

Richard Chiang

May 15, 2005

On May 20, murder suspect Gerry Phongboupha, 22, of San Pablo, will be arraigned in the shooting death of former Skyline student Justin Mendoza. Phongboupha is charged with the March 21 murder of Mendoza, 21, of Daly City. Phongboupha was arrested April 30, at his home in San Pablo by Richmond and San Francisco police.Mendoza was shot dead in...

Band of the Week

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Shannon Elliott

May 15, 2005

In the dark days of the '70s, disco ruled the air waves with an iron fist. There was a gleaming beam of l...

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Trojans come up short of the playoffs

May 15, 2005

Skyline's baseball team's season came to end on May 7 with no chance for an appearance in the playoffs...

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