The Skyline View

The trials and tribulations of an introvert looking for love

The trials and tribulations of an introvert looking for love

March 23, 2015

This past Valentine’s Day, I was inspired to get a date. I had been without a Valentine for two years....

Foreplay: Being intimate with your partner before sex is a good idea

Foreplay: Being intimate with your partner before sex is a good idea

March 23, 2015

You and your partner are relaxing together on a Saturday night. One person gets horny, and suddenly things...

Trojan Man: Survivors deserve sympathy

Trojan Man: Survivors deserve sympathy

March 23, 2015

Some time ago, I met up with a friend of mine for lunch. She was acting strange the entire time, and...

Editorial: Skyline misses opportunities

TSV Staff

March 19, 2015

Filed under Editorial, Opinions

Recently, Skyline has become the recipient of $100 million for modernizing building 1. The money comes from the passage of Measure H that appropriated $388 million of property taxes for the use of our district in construction. The district plans for a portion of the funds to demolish and rebuild building 1 at Skyline. The...

Sobriety is a good thing

Laurel B. Lujan, TSV Staff Writer

March 19, 2015

Filed under Opinions

In reality, it doesn’t matter if you are a young adult or a middle-aged parent. It is still taboo if that one person doesn’t drink alcohol at a party. There are many reasons for why people don’t drink: “I’m driving,” “I don’t like the taste of alcohol,” or “I had a bad experience.” Overall, there is...

SAE’s chant exposes fraternity racism

Sarah Marasigan, TSV Staff Writer

March 19, 2015

Filed under Opinions

On March 8th, the SAE (Sigma Alpha Epsilon) Fraternity at the University of Oklahoma, caused a controversy when a video from one of their events showed a group of fraternity brothers using a racial slur in their fraternity "chant." One of the lyrics from the chant includes, "There will never be a n----r at SAE. You can hang...

‘Hangover’ producer elected to community college board

‘Hangover’ producer elected to community college board

Katelyn Payne, TSV Staff writer

March 19, 2015

Filed under Features, Focal Point

On Mar. 5, executive producer of “The Hangover” series, Scott Budnick, was elected to the Board of...

Food Grade: Hot dog and garlic fries

Food Grade: Hot dog and garlic fries

March 19, 2015

The all beef frank ($3.49) and garlic fries ($2.49) Spring is upon us, and that means baseball season....

KCSM faces fiscal pressure

Matt Pacelli, TSV Editor at Large

March 19, 2015

Filed under District News, News

KCSM TV, the broadcasting station licensed to the San Mateo Community College district, lost approximately $300,000 over the 2013-2014 year, according to a 2014 audit report delivered at the SMCCCD board of trustees meeting on Jan. 28. According to the report compiled by auditor Vavrinek, Trine, Day & Co., LLP, the station’s...

Colleges compete for $50 million in rewards

Julianna Leon, TSV Sports Editor

March 19, 2015

Filed under News, State News

Governor Jerry Brown recently announced that he will offer $50 million in reward money statewide to public colleges that increase their graduation rate and speed. So far, 52 schools are competing for the proceeds, according to the submitted applications to the California Department of Finance: eight University of California...

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