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UC Regents vote to raise tuition

Jeanita Lyman, TSV News Editor

November 29, 2014

Filed under News, State News

Prospective University of California students may face increased financial hurdles in the coming years. On Nov. 19, the UC Board of Regents voted 14-7 to increase tuition at all 10 campuses if the state fails to provide additional funding to the system, despite a three-year freeze on UC tuition rates. Tuition may be raised...

Skyline Speaks: net neutrality

Skyline Speaks: net neutrality

Terence Scott, TSV Staff Writer

November 26, 2014

Filed under Features

Last week's print edition touched on the topic of net neutrality. This is an issue that affects us all,...

Urban ensemble event promotes Music 287 class

Urban ensemble event promotes Music 287 class

Erin Perry, TSV Staff Writer

November 26, 2014

Filed under Features

Upbeat music drifted through the cafeteria Tuesday afternoon, inspiring curiosity and smiles. The...

Thanksgiving is a sham

Steve Perotti, TSV Opinions Editor

November 26, 2014

Filed under Opinions

Have you ever sat back and really though about what Thanksgiving means? As little children in elementary schools we were all told, at one point or another, that Thanksgiving was created to immortalize the connection made between the pilgrims and their Native American "friends." That the turkey and assorted side dishes we...

Skyline College Student Digital Art Exhibition

November 25, 2014

On Nov. 11, the Skyline College newest exhibition known as the "Student Digital Art Exhibition". The...

News Briefs: Nov. 24, 2014

November 25, 2014

This is the News Briefs for Nov. 24. 2014 and happy thanksgiving to everyone this week!!

Theater club “takes” the stage

Julianna Leon, TSV Sports Editor

November 24, 2014

Filed under Arts, Features

The satirical comedy “You Can’t Take it With You” debuted at the Skyline Theater Nov. 7, to an enthusiastic reception. The deadpan delivery and good timing of the comedy caused a permanent grin to remain among the faces of the audience throughout the play. The well-seasoned director Kevin Simmers – drama, pilates,...

Certificates fail to guarantee jobs

Chester Mendoza, TSV Staff Writer

November 24, 2014

Filed under Campus News, News

High unemployment across the nation is leading to an increase in students seeking career and technical education certificates in a variety of fields to increase employment opportunities, but a new study finds that certificate programs are often leaving students unprepared for the workforce. With the economy still in recovery...

“Beautiful You” book review

Erin Perry, TSV Staff Writer

November 24, 2014

Filed under Reviews

Try to imagine a world where women lock themselves in their rooms overdosing on endorphins while men are left alone succumbing to isolation. Chuck Palahniuk did just this in his new book, “Beautiful You.” “Beautiful You” takes place in, a somewhat present day, New York and the main character is an average woman...

Artistic license: Pass it on

Artistic license: Pass it on

Dave Newlands, TSV Features Editor

November 20, 2014

Filed under Artistic license, Opinions

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