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Men’s baseball 2/28

Men’s baseball 2/28

February 28, 2012

The Trojans headed into Feb. 28 with a 2-9 record and ready to take on third-ranked Chabot College from...

Tom Martinez dies of a heart attack at age 67

Kim Murti

February 29, 2012

Commonly known as "The Quarterback Whisperer," Tom Martinez died of a heart attack during a kidney-dialysis session on February 21. He coached football, softball and women's basketball at College of San Mateo for 32 years until he retired because of health concerns. Martinez was the most successful community college coach in the ...

Trojans come up short in season opener

Trojans come up short in season opener

Megan Benveniste

February 29, 2012

The Trojans headed into Feb. 28 with a 2-9 record and ready to take on third-ranked Chabot College from...

Trojans Begin Conference Games

Trojans Begin Conference Games

February 29, 2012

The Trojans headed into Feb. 28 with a 2-9 record and ready to take on third-ranked Chabot College from...

Sacramento Kings are Staying in SacTown

Megan Benveniste

February 28, 2012

Because I grew up about 15 minutes away from Sacramento, the Kings were my team. I remember watching the Sacramento Kings games with my brothers and neighbors all the time. We are fans, although I was dubbed "Super Fan." I remember watching what I think were the greatest Kings team ever: Doug Christie, Chris Webber, Vlade Di...

Clearing the air about lung awareness

Clearing the air about lung awareness

February 27, 2012

On Wed., March 7, Skyline College will host the first annual "Clear the Air" Film Festival in the colleg...

President’s Breakfast: Serving food to raise funds

Lauren Concon

February 27, 2012

The 12th Annual President's Breakfast hosted by President Regina Stanback Stroud and the Skyline President's Council will be held this coming March. Skyline College has taken an active leading role to raise money for the President's Innovation Fund. Each year teachers are able to apply for the funding of new programs for stude...

CCSF Offense Too Much For Skyline

Terence Chin

February 24, 2012

Former players and Skyline alumni came ready to watch the Trojans battle the Rams of City College of San Francisco on President's Day weekend. It was the largest crowd for any Skyline basketball game this season. With the stands nearly at full capacity, it was a night that will forever be remembered by the sophomores in Skyli...

No new developments in last semester’s sexual assault case

Renee Abu-Zaghibra

February 19, 2012

According to the San Bruno Police Department, there have been no new developments in the investigation of the sexual assault of a woman that occurred at Skyline on Oct. 25, 2011. The case is still under investigation. The victim was alone in a classroom when the suspect entered and sexually assaulted her.  The suspect...

Prop. 8 ruled unconstitutional

Prop. 8 ruled unconstitutional

February 18, 2012

On Feb. 7 in San Francisco, the 9th U.S. Circuit of Appeals Court ruled 2-1 that the ban on gay marriag...

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