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TSV Artist Spotlight: Aaron “Amor” of The Genres

April 30, 2014

Check out our artist spotlight on Aaron "Amor" of The Genres in this Thursday's edition of The Skyline...

Comedy, concert and campaigns on campus

Comedy, concert and campaigns on campus

April 24, 2014

Relieve some stress with a good laugh at the production. "Avenue Q." Skyline's 3rd annual spring musical...

News Briefs April 23th 2014

April 24, 2014

The Skyline View weekly News Briefs for April 23th, 2014.

“Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey” is well worth the time

“Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey” is well worth the time

April 23, 2014

The creator of Family Guy, Seth MacFarlane has ventured far from his comedic roots, but he's found a...

Movie review: “Cesar Chavez”

Movie review: “Cesar Chavez”

April 23, 2014

Cesar Chavez once organized 50,000 farm workers to help him represent them as an official organization...

Home win brings smiles for Trojans

Home win brings smiles for Trojans

April 23, 2014

The Skyline Trojans baseball team (14-21) took to the home field for the final time this season on a...

Today’s cell phones and very destructive behaviors

Ayechan Oo, TSV Staff Writer

April 23, 2014

It's an odd sensation to feel isolated despite sitting in a restaurant with two of my closest friends. Why do I feel isolated? Because silence hangs over our lunch table as if I am hanging with strangers who I’ve never talked with. I’m ignorant. Both of them keep looking at their cell phones constantly as if like they haven’t...

Letter to the Editor: Senate bill 850

Leigh Anne Shaw, Vice President of the Academic Senate

April 17, 2014

Dear Editor, Thank you for your article of April 17, 2014 entitled "Senate bill 850 is a win." The article clearly delineates reasons why this action would be good for all community college students: costs of 4-year schools escalating, meeting demand of employers, and limited spaces at the CSUs and UCs, among others. What the ...

Biased or blind?

Matt Floyd, TSV Staff Writer

April 17, 2014

An amendment that could impact Skyline student's transfer possibilities is in debate in a special committee where students, faculty and experts can voice their opinions. Senate Constitutional Amendment 5 would overturn a portion of Proposition 209's 1996 ruling banning affirmative action. The amendment seeks to grant California’s...

Drop-in computer labs make way for placement testing

Drop-in computer labs make way for placement testing

April 17, 2014

On Monday, April 8, the drop-in computer lab in the basement of building 2 was, “permanently closed.”...

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