The Skyline View

Letter to the Editor: Dear Skyline View Staff

Julia Johnson, Professor, Automotive Technology

September 28, 2016

I am writing in response to the editorial entitled “Skyline Offers Course Just for Women*”, as well as the photo accompanying the piece and the “Artistic License” cartoon on the same subject. I am surprised at what amounts to an anonymous attack on a class that you’ve singled out of the entire catalog. I’m not...

Shamal Prasad

Shamal Prasad

September 19, 2016

Artistic License: Car care?

Artistic License: Car care?

Mitchell Berry, TSV Cartoonist

September 19, 2016

Obtaining a B.A. in Respiratory Care is cheaper at Skyline than at a CSU

Obtaining a B.A. in Respiratory Care is cheaper at Skyline than at a CSU

September 16, 2016

Skyline College is now providing students with the opportunity to obtain a four year bachelor’s degree...

Fifteen students auditioned for “Middletown” on Sept. 7 and 8 at Skyline College Theater.

Skyline theater holds “Middletown” auditions

September 16, 2016

Hopeful students auditioned last Wednesday and Thursday for a coveted role in director Kevin Simmers’...

Skyline introduces FutureVIEWS program

Jose Sanchez, TSV Staff Wwriter

September 16, 2016

Mental health education is on the rise at Skyline, as a new program called FutureVIEWS looks to collaboratively bridge community support programs in order to increase the preparation, engagement and readiness of students with emotional and/or mental health issues for higher education. The Counseling department, DSPS, Workability,...

The View From Here: Increasing work load

Michelle Brignoli, TSV Editor of Chief

September 16, 2016

It’s still early in the semester, so why does it feel so overwhelming all of a sudden? Well, let me tell you. First of all, school work is increasing in quantity and difficulty while outside responsibilities remain constant. These are the static stresses in a student’s life. But also there are unexpected stresses that are...

Screenshot from Apple’s Sept. 14, 2014 event, introducing U2’s automatic download of their album, “Songs of Innocence,” available in everyone’s iTunes music library.

Artists kill industry with unannounced albums

September 16, 2016

Musicians are attempting to resuscitate a dying industry with new ways of releasing their albums, instead...

Editorial: Skyline offers courses just for women

Skyline’s new course, “Car Basics For Women,” is actually for everyone.

September 16, 2016

It’s almost a month into 2016’s fall semester, therefore students and teachers should be well acquainted...

New smartphones continue to roll out but the devices fail to progress.

Apple releases new (die)Phone 7

September 16, 2016

Oh good. There’s a new iPhone. The right thing—the sane thing—would to be maniacally stoked....

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