The Skyline View

No religion no problem

Nick Donofrio

December 13, 2007

The version of this article released on December 13 was the incorrect and unedited one.Walking down the halls of Skyline College, it may seem like someone could be on the OC. I'm a young, European looking, and middle to upper class socialite. However, I'm actually part of a very small minority in America. I don't believe i...

Made Music


Jackson Long

December 13, 2007

Brad Jordan (a.k.a. Scarface) is to rap what a pair of black Chuck's are to the shoe game: vintage. Co...

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Team begins to work out the kinks

December 12, 2007

The Skyline Trojan's basketball season is soon to start, and to help improve the team for the upcoming re...

Team together, team apart

Dominic Mitchell

December 12, 2007

The composition of a team isn't limited only to the players on the roster or the coaching staff. Behind the scenes there are many other players pivotal to a team's success. Underneath it all is a sub team whose mission is to insure the safety and well being of all who enjoy the game. At skyline exists such team, headed by Jo...

Flag football for all

Nick Donofrio

December 12, 2007

Skyline may not have a football team, but that doesn't mean that people don't play football on campus.Skyline's flag football class will be offered next semester on Tuesday and Thursday from 11:10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The class was created by Professor Mike Fitzgerald."I created the class because flag football's so much fun" sa...

Marriage: The double edged sword

Alicia Johnson

December 12, 2007

My opinions about marriage can be fickle at times. The good angel on one of my shoulders tells me that marriage is morally correct. Tells me to save myself, get married early, pop out some babies, stay true and honest, till death due us part. Then the devil on my other shoulder quickly pops out and tells me all that is no...

Skyline celebrates culture

Allison Stevenson

December 12, 2007

The film El Día de los Muertos will be shown on campus prior to a discussion panel on Nov. 1 at 12 p.m. in the Main Theatre The film is about Day of the Dead, a Mexican and Latino oral tradition in which people pay homage to loved ones who have passed away. "All of us, obviously, grieve the passing of loved ones," said ...

The garbage cans in the news room are not always used as they are supposed to be (Tony Acuna)

It isn’t easy going green

December 12, 2007

A wealth of environmentally enlightened ideas were offered in Bungalow 3D Wednesday afternoon, as se...

April Vargas is attempting to create a club which will support Barack Obama ()

Obama supporters come to Skyline

December 12, 2007

April Vargas showed her support for Barak Obama, by putting up a booth in front of building six, on No...

War of the Words

Kevin Aquende and Jesus Hills

December 12, 2007

Con:In a capitalist society, getting paid for providing a service is common sense. This is the main argument that the Writers Guild of America (WGA) has used to justify their strike. Since they are not being paid for the online content they churn out, they have taken it upon themselves to change this. Their point of view is c...

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