The Skyline View

Scholarship applications higher than ever

Tiffany Herbert

April 14, 2009

This is where Tiffany's article would have gone, had it adhered to article requirements.

California’s sales tax jumps up

Brenda Cancino

April 14, 2009

In order to fix an over $40 billion state's deficit, since April 1, the percentage of sales tax in California has increased from 8.25 percent to 9.25 percent here in San Mateo. According to an article from the Associated Press, in addition to the increase of the sales tax, the personal income tax rate will be increased by .25 pe...

myApps

 (Andrew Lidwell)

Andrew Lidwell

April 14, 2009

Featured this week in the all-new iPhone apps column is one I've personally been enjoying immensely si...

Indie/Electro-Rock group Metric Release New Album “Fantasies”

Jessica Belluomini

April 14, 2009

Toronto, Ontario, based indie/electro-rock band Metric finally releases their full length album, "Fantasies", this week. A follow up to their 2007 album "Grow Up And Blow Away", which they performed at last year's southern California music festival, Coachella. Leaving their roots in synth-pop alongside Portishead, Metric ha...

Trojans bring out the horse in the ninth

Davi Schumacher

April 14, 2009

The Trojans flexed a little extra muscle Thursday against the Sacramento City Panthers, pulling ahead for the win in an otherwise very even game. After eight and a half innings of reciprocal attacks, the Trojans were finally able to produce an unanswerable rally in the bottom of the ninth, nicely utilizing their home team adva...

The Old Republic holds its own in a time of the new

 (courtesy of gamespot.com)

Andrew Lidwell

April 14, 2009

Every now and again I get bored with all the next-gen games that are coming out (when can we stop ca...

 (Kenny Martin)

Skyline’s winning streak continues

April 14, 2009

The Skyline Trojans baseball team won 12-3 in their home-game against Mission College amidst a chilling wi...

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