The Skyline View

Cub Scouts Visits The Skyline View

Rommel Conclara, TSV Multimedia Editor

May 17, 2013

The Cub Scouts of Pack 183 visited The Skyline View newsroom to find out how we make the newspaper. The scouts were able to shadow some of the different editors. By the end of the visit, the news staff was able to learn first hand about the scouts themselves. Shot and Edited by Rommel Conclara, TSV Multimedia Editor.

Skyline's 2013-14 Student Body President, Kayla Razavi poses for a campaign Photoshop.

Skyline’s new student body president Kayla Razavi

May 17, 2013

Kayla Razavi, one of Skyline’s youngest students, has been elected Student Body President. How...

Editorial – Skyline Students: don’t be sheeple, have an active voice at Skyline!

Editorial - Skyline Students: don’t be sheeple, have an active voice at Skyline!

Nick Major, TSV Special Projects Editor

May 16, 2013

Can you name even one of your school representatives? Do you have any idea what they do for, or against,...

Saving Money With the Automotive Department

Rich Estrada, TSV Editor in Chief

May 16, 2013

Ever feel the burden of being a college student with the responsibility of car ownership? You are not alone. And as we all know, cars are not cheap. The parking lots around campus indicate that the majority of students drive to class everyday. Unfortunately, parking fees aren’t the only expense associated with the luxury...

TSV’s Guide to Fiscal Responsibility

Aaron Washington, TSV Social Media Editor

May 16, 2013

What is the definition of being financially responsible? Is it saving money every chance you get? Is it putting money away for the future? Or, is it not spending money at all? The answer to this question is a complicated one, especially considering we live in complicated times. Finances have become a hot topic among adults in...

Saving Money With Psychological Services

Vincent Biancalana, TSV Chief Copy Editor

May 16, 2013

Feeling a little overwhelmed? Skyline College has the resources you need in Psychological Services, and is free to all enrolled Skyline students. Every single person has low points when they feel overwhelmed. Whether it’s depression, anxiety, grief or drug use concerns, Skyline will help you. The counselors there hel...

Learning Center Tutoring: Free and Available

Will Nacouzi, TSV Online Editor

May 16, 2013

If you’re spending money to hire a private tutor, then clearly you’re doing it wrong. It seems that you’ve never heard of the Learning Center right here on campus in building five on the ground floor. The Learning Center offers tutoring in Math, Science and English. It is much cheaper than hiring a private...

Saving in the Health Center

Michelle Kelly, TSV Blog Editor

May 16, 2013

Every semester, students pay a fee of $19 for their Health Center privileges. Most people on campus don’t utilize the resources available to them through this student service. Health insurance is expensive and usually not a cost that college students are able to account for in their usual budgets.“I can do exams, lab dra...

Keep Your Body and Your Wallet Healthy

Joshua Collier, TSV Opinions Editor

May 16, 2013

It always feels good when you can save money as a student. The feeling is even better when you can save money, learn a sport and get fit all at the same time. If you are a Skyline student and you have a gym membership to say 24 Hour Fitness, or are paying for private golf or tennis lessons, guess what? You are most likely...

Anna Nguyen (right) poses for a picture with her head coach, Jan Fosberg.

Skyline’s Anna Nguyen falls in CCCAA Championship Finals

May 16, 2013

Skyline’s #1 singles player came up short in the state championship final on Saturday, May 11. Sophomore...

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