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Star of viral video filmed at skyline

Reynaldo Garcia, TSV Sports Editor

May 16, 2013

It is the bottom of the eighth; the score is tied 1-1. Since it’s a high school baseball game, the game went into extra innings. The lead-off hitter, Drew Forrest, made it to first on a walk. He then steals second. The next batter flew out, one out. The pitcher throws a wild pitch, and Forrest takes advantage and steals third....

Drifting, the art of going sideways in style

Drifting, the art of going sideways in style

May 16, 2013

Bright lights flash as a police officer tailgates a white 1991 Nissan 240SX. Skyline student Jose...

Degrading commercial hits a new low

Megan Benveniste, TSV Staff Writer

May 16, 2013

Sex sells. Since we were little kids, this is what we were taught by marketing and advertising companies. Everywhere we look we are reminded that you were meant to look a certain way. America is constantly being surrounded by sexual images. Magazines, commercials, stores would show us what is deemed “sexy.” Places like...

The Skyline View News Briefs 051513

Rommel Conclara, TSV Multimedia Editor

May 16, 2013

The Skyline View staff brings you the current news from Skyline College. Kayla Razavi is the new ASSC president. We recap the annual blood drive headed by the Red Cross. Finally, we go over the fantastic end to the women's badminton team. http://youtu.be/lTaMY6gAMAw  

What’s Appropriate? How to Talk to Children about Disasters

Daniel Bird, Special to the TSV

May 16, 2013

Sandy Hook Elementary. The Boston Marathon. Hurricane Sandy. Whether natural disasters or acts of terrorism, these horrific events have been told and re-told within the constant news cycle. Being an adult and trying to take all of the distressing news in is difficult enough, but for a child it could be life-shattering. The...

Why is America obsessed with the Apocalypse?

Why is America obsessed with the Apocalypse?

May 16, 2013

The end of the world is near! Well, not quite…but it sure seems to be the rage in pop culture. We have...

Skyline student’s music featured in puzzle game

the calibration game mode balances hot and cold pieces for added challenge.

Vincent Biancalana, TSV Chief Copy Editor

May 15, 2013

Looking for a quick fix on entertainment in between classes (or during, for you hooligans)? Steam Puzzle...

Tips On How To Get Through A Break Up

Tips On How To Get Through A Break Up

May 15, 2013

The biggest tub of ice cream. Chocolate. A box of tissues. “The Notebook” on DVD. Now that’s the...

Preparing for Finals

Preparing for Finals

Shaquill Stewart, Special to the TSV

May 15, 2013

You totally don’t want to think about it right now, but finals are just around the corner, which means...

New Associate Degrees ease transfer process

Aaron Washington, TSV Social Media Editor

May 15, 2013

The state of California has mandated new transfer degrees for the Fall 2013 semester to assist in students in transferring to CSU and UC campuses. The Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T) and the Associate in Science for Transfer (AS-T) apply to Business Administration, Kinesiology, Mathematics, and Psychology majors. Other m...

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