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Building 7 alarm pulled during class

Building 7 alarm pulled during class

October 26, 2010

On Oct. 28 in building 7, third floor a fire alarm was pulled during class at around 9:40 causing all cl...

Skyline Against Cuts plans conference attendance

Katherine Ramirez

October 26, 2010

Filed under News

The Skyline Against Cuts is es­sentially a group of people who have come together in order to mobilize against the budget cuts being not only threatened, but actualized by California. "Skyline Against Cuts is specifi­cally to organize against the budget cuts," said Skyline staff member Michael D. Hoffman. "The most important t...

Interview with Sophomore Sam Temko, recipient of themat.com’s “Wrestler of the Week”

Interview with Sophomore Sam Temko, recipient of themat.com’s “Wrestler of the Week”

October 26, 2010

MH: Sam, congratulations on your honors from themat.com. Coach Haddon says this team may be the best si...

Free to Play, or is it?

Stephen Benoit

October 26, 2010

Filed under Opinions

There are a lot of games out there that claim to be free to play except for little things here and there, but are they really free? Many games out there bait play­ers in by claiming "free to play," but to compete or have an edge you HAVE to pay. A lot of these games tend to be Korean. I'm not sure if it's something to do wit...

Tis the season for ballot measures

Tis the season for ballot measures

October 26, 2010

It's the election season yet again, and while the gubernatorial and Senate races are extremely important, th...

Isn’t that a sour apple?

Michael Hall

October 26, 2010

Filed under Opinions

Come on, are you serious? Sky­line's cafeteria prices on produce are absolutely ridiculous, and I'm fed up with paying 90 cents for a freaking apple! Not only apples, but all fruit they sell, including oranges and bananas. Do you know how quick a banana is gone? If the jungle charged monkeys for bananas at those prices, th...

One Book, One Community disappoints organizers

Katherine Ramirez

October 26, 2010

Filed under Features

This year's One Book, One Com­munity event at Skyline on Tuesday Oct. 19 was met with an unfortunate lack of student interest and a smaller than average turnout. Each year, the One Book, One Community (OBOC) program chooses a book written by a rec­ognized author and urges residents of San Mateo County to read this same...

Law and Order SVU-the good, bad, and predictable

JJ Valdez

October 26, 2010

Filed under Arts

With the original Law and Order now over, SVU is now the top dog of the franchise. If the season pre­miere of SVU is of any indication, the SVU se­ries is still as good as when it first began. How­ever, that isn't to say there weren't some small problems. The sea­son premiere was a two hour special, with ea...

Its still Sunny In Philadelphia

Mason Martinez

October 26, 2010

Filed under Arts

Always Sunny in Philadelphia season started on Thursday Sep 23. Fans of the show will not be disappointed, as it seems the gang is preparing for yet another hilarious season. All of the original characters are back with new ideas in order to keep the show fresh. The first episode left me feeling like I had missed a lot dur...

Big Bang Theory rocks new season!

JJ Valdez

October 26, 2010

Filed under Arts

To those who are regular viewers of the show, The Big Bang Theory will be treated with a season premiere they deserve. For the most part, I can't really think of a single compliant about the season premiere. Not only are the jokes and situation the characters get in drop dead funny, but the show still continues to experimen...

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