The Skyline View

CSU may freeze spring enrollment

Blair Hardee

May 19, 2012

Students hoping to transfer to the California State University system may have to wait longer than expected to continue their education. Pending the outcome of a proposed tax initiative, the CSU system has announced the possibility of freezing enrollment for the spring semester in 2013. This tax initiative could also impact ...

Nas is the true gangsta that Jay-Z wishes he could be

Kimberly Murti

May 16, 2012

Jay-Z and Nas fans have been butting heads for decades. The battle for the title of illest emcee never seems to get stale. However successful Jay-Z has been, money and fame are no indicators of true talent. Nas delivers a rich tapestry of story telling that elevates the hip-hop experience to another level. Our debate opens wi...

Out and About: Off the Grid is a food truck lover’s paradise

Stephen Benoit

May 16, 2012

Looking to enjoy a day out in the presence of good food and good music? You can't go wrong with Off the Grid at Fort Mason every Friday. It's truly off the hook! Off the Grid is a gathering of food trucks that takes place all over the city every day, with Fort Mason being the biggest event by far, catering to a massive amoun...

Professor Saenz: Skyline’s Dark Knight

Professor Saenz: Skyline’s Dark Knight

May 17, 2012

Since the fall semester of 2009, the Skyline College Learning Center has been host to the devoted educati...

Norah Jones gets her little heart broken

Kimberly Murti

May 16, 2012

Norah Jones' new album, "Little Broken Hearts," is an incredibly gorgeous sonic and lyrical exploration of a crumbling relationship that takes Jones' already impressive talents to a new high, creating a sensational array of music. It is beautifully dark, covering themes such as betrayal, debilitating hurt, shame, the desire...

Joss Whedon and super cast saves “The Avengers” movie

Joss Whedon and super cast saves “The Avengers” movie

May 16, 2012

Since I was a child, I always loved the Avengers, a team of superheroes from around the Marvel unive...

CSM falls to Cosumnes at Super Regionals

CSM falls to Cosumnes at Super Regionals

May 16, 2012

CSM's baseball team lost 13-3 in the final game of the Super Regionals on May 13 against Cosumnes River...

ASSC welcomes new president

ASSC welcomes new president

Terence Chin

May 17, 2012

A new leader has risen to the challenge of leading Skyline's ASSC student government for the upcoming 20...

As UC and CSU prices continue to rise, privates look more attractive

Rich Estrada

May 16, 2012

It's shocking to see how the public school system has taken a dive over the last few years. What was once the hallmark of the state has now lost the trust of not only its students, but also the faculties that keep it in motion. The system is in dire need of restructuring if it intends to ever regain the distinction it once prou...

Nothing feels as fake as “Seventeen”‘s photoshop

Megan Benveniste and Megan Benveniste

May 17, 2012

Earlier in the week, 14-year-old Julia Bluhm made headlines when she started a petition against Seventeen Magazine for their use of Photoshop. She, and many others who have signed the petition, don't think it gives women a clear picture of what those women actually look like and I agree. I think this madness about women's bo...

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