The Skyline View

What men are wearing

René Bass, TSV Staff Writer

February 28, 2014

Filed under Features

Men's college fashion this year is all about the jeans, the right kicks, and accessories that personalize the outfit. Skinny and straight leg jeans in dark washes are part of a fashion forward dude’s wardrobe this year.The jeans look good with button downs, vests, and V-neck sweaters.Accessorize with a wide leather belt,...

“Bates Motel”: A dark, creepy, yet thrilling adventure

“Bates Motel”: A dark, creepy, yet thrilling adventure

February 28, 2014

Looking for a new show to watch? Something to give you the heebie-jeebies? Well, once you’re done...

Editorial: Are we no longer our brother’s keeper?

Editorial: Are we no longer our brother’s keeper?

February 28, 2014

In our modern civilization, with humanity's growing distaste towards violations of privacy being reflected...

Men suck at online dating

Megan Benveniste, TSV Staff Writer

February 28, 2014

Filed under Opinions

Times are a changing and online dating is no longer taboo. Meeting someone online is no longer looked at as weird or strange, but is now looked at as the new way to date. Dating online can be scary. Having to meet someone you don’t know in person after talking to them online can be a nerve wracking experience. It's stressful if ...

Tumultuous season ends on a high note

Tumultuous season ends on a high note

February 28, 2014

Just like recent weather, Skyline basketball gave the community plenty of ups and downs but closed on...

The View from Here: meet the new EIC

Aaron Washington, TSV Editor in Chief

February 27, 2014

Filed under Opinions, The View From Here

With the beginning of the new semester, it is time for a new Editor in Chief to take over. So please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Aaron Washington and I am the new Editor in Chief of The Skyline View. This is my third semester on staff. Previously I was Entertainment Editor and Social Media Editor. While I am not...

Trojan man-foreplay: The underrated pre-game of sex

Steve Perotti, TSV Opinions Editor

February 27, 2014

Filed under Opinions

There are numerous assumptions each gender makes when it comes to sex. Men assume that women enjoy the dirty talk that goes on in the bedroom. Women assume that men like their sex with the lights off and only in one position. But one of the universal assumptions both genders make, is that foreplay is not necessary for good sex....

Trojan (wo)man-foreplay: The underrated pre-game of sex

Bianca Gonzalez, TSV Staff Writer

February 27, 2014

Filed under Opinions

The concept of playing around before the real game is on. I wasn't sure of how important this was until I started to think of the things that need to go hand in hand to satisfy a persons needs. For example if you are a person who loves toast and jam and imagine having the driest crustiest piece of hot toast and not having but...

Upper soccer field underwent renovations

Reynaldo Garcia, TSV Entertainment Editor

February 27, 2014

Filed under Sports

Renovations were recently completed on the upper soccer field after the old field's life span was waning. New infill and synthetic turf were installed on the field. The previous field had deteriorated and was reaching the end of its life span. Construction began in December 2013 and just finished this month. "The new fields...

The Walking Dead “Claimed”: Stranger danger

Ray Garcia, TSV Entertainment Editor

February 27, 2014

Filed under Reviews, TV

The Walking Dead continues to trudge along. Is it just me or does it feel like this latter part of season four feels like an afterthought? I don't know, it just seems calm. And that's what "Claimed" was, calm and just filler (BE WARNED: If you haven't seen the episode, stop reading! Spoilers ahead.) The episode starts...

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