The Skyline View

Film festival promotes tolerance

Shannon Elliott

January 28, 2006

Skyline has hosted film festivals in the past in conjunction with the Museum of Tolerance and the Presidents Innovation Fund. The film festivals held in the spring are designed to teach students, faculty and teachers more about tolerance in their everyday lives. This year's theme for the festival is Reconcilable Differences and will ...

I’m Mentioning:

Frank Romero

January 28, 2006

Welcome to a new semester everybody, but enough of that, here's what I'm complaining about today.Sony, one the biggest electronics and entertainment giants in the world has been caught in what appears to be a very serious scandal revolving around it's latest product in the video game industry, the PSP.The PSP, or Playstation P...

War Of The Words:

Mike Whitebear and Nicole Givens

January 28, 2006

CON: MIKE WHITEBEARNormally, high school is supposed to be an awesome time in a young person's life. The friends, the parties, and all of the other perks that go with it are what make up some of the best years of your lives. Among the good times, however, are the bad times, like studying for the dreaded High School Exit Exam...

‘Speak Out’ on racism

Kyle Chidester

January 28, 2006

On Jan. 25, Skyline students gathered to view a screening of the upfront and edgy film "Crash". The film was shown, by speech professor Phyllis Taylor, in conjunction with an upcoming forum here on campus to address racial issues. The idea of having this forum was sparked by psychology professor Tony Jackson, and supported and nurtu...

Advice Nerd:

John Harrison

January 28, 2006

Greetings once again, students of Skyline College. I am the Advice Nerd, your source for wisdom in all things conventional, obscure, or anything in between. I am putting myself at your service to produce information in any subject you need advice on... this is how it works: You send me questions you have about whatever you wa...

Editorial

January 28, 2006

As students, we've seen the fees for units raise sharply over the last few years. In California, spending is still going to be higher then the incoming revenue we would receive from the proposed sale of governmental bonds. Every semester the threat looms of fee hikes raising the cost per unit even higher still. Fortunately fo...

Your knowledge treasure trove

Carina Woudenberg

January 28, 2006

Located just beneath the library in building 5, there is a place where Skyline students can go to get extra help for their classes.Known as The Learning Center, this place has a lot to offer: from tutoring, to help with learning disabilities including disability assessment. The center also supplies students with computers, video res...

Skyline professor loses family in New Orleans

Carina Woudenberg

January 28, 2006

Three weeks after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf coast on Aug. 29, Patricia Deamer, professor of mathematics at Skyline College, had to leave her teaching post to go back to her old hometown in New Orleans, Louisiana. The California National Guard reported that one person had been found dead in Deamer's father and aunt's ho...

Project seeks student support

Project seeks student support

January 28, 2006

"Young Adults for Smoke Free San Mateo County" headed by Laravic Flores is currently looking for you...

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