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Women’s Soccor Update…

November 20, 2005

The women's soccor team did not make the playoffs this season.FINAL GAME POSTINGS:9 WINS7 LOSSES6 TIES

The legacy of Myst: A link to other worlds

Scene from Myst 4 (

Christopher Harrold

November 13, 2005

In 1993, Myst was quite the craze and conversation of many cubicle workers on their break. It held th...

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Phoenix Wright: Making the law fun

November 13, 2005

Normally, when you think of courtrooms and law, you might do everything in your power to stifle that huge ya...


Enuff Said:

November 13, 2005

Music is a true form of expression, but can it be a weapon? When taken literally does music have the powe...

CD Review:


John Harrison

November 13, 2005

Playing The Angel, Depeche Mode's nineteenth album, is a well executed piece of gothic musicianship. ...

A story on life and surviving

Jackie and her friend before the accident. ()

November 13, 2005

Jacqueline R. Mendoza is a prospective Skyline student that was involved in a tragic car accident s...

Dr. Carr speaks on the black holocaust

Dr. Firpo Carr at the book-signing ()

Salem Admassu

November 7, 2005

"History has relegated to a footnote, what has happened to black people during the holocaust," said best...


SMCCD up for more funding

November 7, 2005

On Nov. 8, registered voters of San Mateo County will be voting on a new measure which if passed, will ...


Crime statistics 2004

November 7, 2005

Skyline College released its 2004 annual crime statistics on Oct. 14, revealing a slight increase in...

Art and music teach students

Daniel Occhipinti

November 6, 2005

Music, Arts, and Ideas (MUSIC 115) teachers, David Meckler and Judy Hiramoto, have been teaching students about individual works of art and music in the historical contexts in which they were created. The class is transferrable to a UC or CSU. The students use what they learn to interpret pieces of artwork and pieces of music ...

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