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Resident Evil: zombies, mutants, and the films that never were

Ray Marquez

September 29, 2010

This opening text to Resident Evil, the popular survival-horror video game for the PlayStation Console, is one of the most haunting and influential moments in pop culture history. Released in 1996 to eager and enthusiastic horror fans, Resident Evil flipped the script on horror-based video games, and revamped a sub-genre vi...

Let the Right One In vs. Let Me In: Nothing to compare

Katherine Ramirez

September 29, 2010

"Let the Right One In" was a great book made into an equally amazing film. What started as a successful piece of literature took almost no time to explode into a movie that has been hailed as one of the best vampire films in terms of originality and plot of the past decade-- and rightfully so. "Let the Right One In" refers to...

The Christian Fellowship Club

Kiriakos Vilchez

September 29, 2010

The Christian Fellowship club, a faith-based group here at Skyline, is one of the many clubs on campus that want students to hear their mes­sage. The Christian Fellowship's message is straight forward: open your heart to God, and receive salva­tion from Jesus Christ. The Christian Fellowship club began here at Skyline ...

Bush’s Decision Points

Kiriakos Vilchez

September 29, 2010

The upcoming memoir "Decision Points", by former U.S. President George W. Bush can change America's perception of what his presidency truly meant to him. His two terms in office were strongly criticized by a majority of the American people and many of the problems the United States faces have been blamed on Bush's policies. Th...

Twittering for noobs

Carina Moreno

September 29, 2010

Twitter is just like every other social networking site--there are people who love it and people who hate it. When I first learned about Twitter, I refused to have anything to do with it because I assumed it was just another passing fad. Eventually, I was convinced into signing up for one because of friends wanting to know w...

Out of Sight, Out of Mind Politics

Stephen Benoit

September 29, 2010

A growing trend around the United States is politicians dodg­ing all questions, and only entering interviews with preset conditions so we get very limited information on candidates. This trend has become incredibly popular this election cycle in par­ticular, and these are what I would consider some very good reason...

Sterling Wolper, Maile Wong, Rita Wolper and other principal dancers are seen here working out the choreography on a piece entitled “Tomorrow Is My Dancing Day” (David Evans)

Congrats all around

September 29, 2010

Tuesday night's Victorian dance rehearsal was the first time mixed partners danced and performed to...

Skyline holds vigil for victims

Skyline holds vigil for victims

September 29, 2010

Students, educators, and local residents gathered at Skyline Col­lege on Sept. 23 to hold a vigil...

Skyline Bookstore uses rental system to cut rising costs

Students have different options for buying or renting textbooks. (Larry Crystal)

Alexis Nicole de Guzman

September 29, 2010

The Skyline Book store book rental program offers students affordable alternatives to buying textbooks and...

Skyline to get first theater class in over 25 years: Experimental class coming in the spring

Donna Bestock, the dean of creative arts, expands on how the new drama classes will work. (David Evans)

JJ Valdez

September 29, 2010

Skyline College will be receiving a new theater class starting in spring. According to records this wi...

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