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The music industry

Kiriakos Vilchez

May 14, 2011

Many say that music is something that soothes the soul and allows us to express our emotions in a way that all can enjoy. We feel this special connection to music, and its cultural significance has remained since the days of the ancients. But in today's music industry, specifically in America, it seems as though more and mo...

‘Facebooked’

Kiriakos Vilchez

May 14, 2011

There is no doubt that in the last couple of years, social media has taken control of how we communicate and connect with one another. Social-networking sites such as Facebook have changed the way we talk to our friends and family online, how businesses promote themselves and advertise their services, how news networks connect with...

Women’s soccer player reaches Division I athletics

Terence Chin

May 10, 2011

From a two-year school to a four-year university, Skyline Col­lege student athlete Midori Sera has demonstrated her soccer skills to show that she belongs at the next level. The second year student at Skyline College has received an athletic scholarship to University of Tennessee-Martin, an NCAA Di­vision I school....

Golf class offers variety

Kiriakos Vilchez

May 10, 2011

Have you ever wanted to get a hole-in-one? Well, little do students know we have golf classes available here at Skyline College. Jan Fosberg, professor of kinesiology and women's badminton coach, teaches a wide variety of activity classes. As a certified United States Golf Teachers Federation instructor, she teaches golf clas...

Dave Chappelle’s surprise show was surprisingly melancholy

Stephen Benoit

May 10, 2011

Dave Chappelle has been playing surprise shows in the Bay Area for a while now and I had the fortune of seeing one recently thanks to a comedienne friend of mine giving me a heads up. The reason I say "I had the fortune" is because I haven't really decided if it's good fortune or misfortune. I feel extremely fortunate that I go...

Skyline Badminton looks to future

Marc Arguello

May 10, 2011

Skyline's badminton team has made a lot of progress this semester. "It was a building year," said Badminton Coach Jan Fosberg. She said that although the team didn't compete very well, it was an educational experience for the team. "I think they had fun," Fosberg said. "They were motivated and willing to learn." "It was not ...

A menagerie of talent

May 10, 2011

Skyline hosted its second annual Performing Arts Showcase this year to show off exceptionally talented Skyline artists. It was a giant collaboration of spoken word, musical theater, choir, poetry and guitar. Ensembles from different performing-arts classes were represented, and the event was produced by the Theatre Club, wi...

Local art show saved

May 10, 2011

Roaring bands, loud music and great art have made Oceana's Because Art Matters end-of-April event a ...

“Crysis 2” graphics make even the gravel beautiful

“Crysis 2” graphics make even the gravel beautiful

May 10, 2011

New York is in crisis. With an alien invasion turning the city into rubble, it's up to you to save th...

Relay for Life a success

Lea Naqishbendi

May 10, 2011

The Relay for Life event, which was held from April 30 to May 1, was a success with 118 participants and fundraising upwards of $6,000 for the American Cancer Society. Participants and friends at the 24-hour event not only walked multiple miles but enjoyed live music, food, games and camaraderie. The ambiance was full of l...

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