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Cabaret

Jay Johnson

April 29, 2012

Guardino’s & The Crab Station

Guardino’s & The Crab Station

April 26, 2012

Where: 200 Jefferson Street (between Taylor and Mason), Fisherman's Wharf What: Clam chowder/Seafood F...

The importance of education

Lauren Concon

April 26, 2012

It's another election year and after months of tiresome campaigning, President Barack Obama and presidential candidate Mitt Romney have turned their attention to younger voters. Earlier this week, President Obama visited college campuses speaking about maintaining the law that has cut student loan interest rates. On July 1...

Spring Fling

Spring Fling

April 26, 2012

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Movie Night kicks off Environmental Week

Movie Night kicks off Environmental Week

April 18, 2012

Earth Week was started on Monday, April 16th with an environmental documentary about a fight between activists a...

SparkPoint helps students plan for future

SparkPoint helps students plan for future

April 18, 2012

When Yraes Guerrero first came to Skyline College she was on financial aid, had no saving account and no cre...

Life goes on for soon-to-be retired athletic trainer Jo Silken

Lauren Concon

April 18, 2012

For many of us, when the word "team" is said, we immediately think of just the players and coaches; we easily forget one of the many important members that contribute to a team's success: the athletic trainer. Jo Silken is the head athletic trainer for Skyline's athletes as well as a teacher in the athletic training field. Now, af...

Strength and unity promoted at Skyline

Strength and unity promoted at Skyline

April 18, 2012

The day opened with breakfast at nine followed by a welcome speech by Skyline College President Dr. Str...

Student government candidate profiles

Student government candidate profiles

ASSC Candidates

April 18, 2012

The following bios have been edited for length but not for content. Jose Luis Sanchez My name is Jose...

Free online books for college students

Lauren Concon

April 18, 2012

A newly proposed piece of legislation could potentially grant students in California's higher education system access to more affordable textbooks though school libraries, both in hard copy and digitally. On February 19, Senator Darrell Steinberg says he proposed Senate Bill 1052 and 1053 this year to "advance the use of Open ...

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