The Skyline View

Skyline baseball season wraps up

Blair Hardee

April 26, 2011

Skyline College's baseball team has had a volatile season. In the pre-conference games, the Trojans lost seven out of their first eight games, leaving Skyline baseball fans wondering if the team would be any good this season. We saw a glimmer of hope in the last three games of pre-conference play. Skyline played incredibly well agai...

Trojan Chat: Justin Piergrossi

Blair Hardee

April 26, 2011

TSV: Tell me a little about the award. JP: It's a combination of academ­ics and athletics, so it takes both into account, and as far as I know we had the highest GPA of any men's basketball team in the state. It's only been awarded three or four times in the last decade in men's basketball. TSV: What do you feel your role...

Take a Physical Education class from your iPod

Terence Chin

April 26, 2011

Physical education has made its way to the internet, and now you can be a part of it this summer. Skyline College has created a new online P.E class this semester which requires an iPod Nano or an iPod touch with the Nike + iPod Sport Kit, or a Nike Sportband. The Nike application and sport band are all the devices necessary...

Skyline’s student trustee candidate loses to CSM student

Skyline’s student trustee candidate loses to CSM student

Blair Hardee

April 19, 2011

The ASSC elected a new student trustee in its April 14 meeting. Barry Jointer, from College of San Ma...

Journalism on the Go

Journalism on the Go

April 19, 2011

The Skyline View won General Excellence for the online and print editions of the paper at the Journalism As...

Mind, body & soul: self-awarness and natural healing

Dean Kevin Santos

April 19, 2011

Gem elixirs. Flower essences. Aromatherapy. To the average person, these unfamiliar words make no sense, but to instructor Mary Anne Leary, this "wholistic" health jargon is used to explain the essence of the wellness program at Skyline. In a nutshell, it is the art of stress reduction through natural healing arts and the d...

Money Saving Tips from Lui$

Luis Osorio

April 19, 2011

The one thing that students can do in order to save money is become aware of available discounts. Discounts just for being a college student? Yes, this is possible and certainly true. Students get some of the most generous discounts, although not many people know about them. And, for the people that do, it helps out a lot. On...

Suture lab: stitching up pig feet

Suture lab: stitching up pig feet

April 19, 2011

Wendy Contrenas is used to working with needles. However, she is usually sewing fabric, not flesh. Co...

“Corpse Princess” promises mediocrity and gives even less

Alyssa Koszis

April 19, 2011

"Corpse Princess," an anime published by Square Enix, made its way to America in November of 2010, thanks to Funimation Entertainment. It was recently released on Netflix. The basic plot of it is that the main heroine, Makina, is a hunter of reanimated corpses called shikabane (pronounced "shick-a-bon-eh"). She works with ot...

“Super Street Fighter IV: 3D” will make you like fighting games

“Super Street Fighter IV: 3D” will make you like fighting games

April 19, 2011

I don't like fighting games, but sometimes I have to buy a fighting game to remind myself why I don't li...

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