The Skyline View

Meditating in privacy is better than doing it outside

Laurel B. Lujan, TSV News Editor

March 31, 2017

As a meditator who has social anxiety, I tend to prefer meditating indoors as opposed to outdoors. Yes, if a person has been meditating for years, the common thought is that the person can tune out anyone when they are in the “zone." However, that's not the case for many. For me, meditation is a ritual and spiritual practice,...

WOW! conference celebrates the voices of women writers

Oscar Zapata, Guest Writer

March 31, 2017

Skyline students showcased their creative writing alongside award-winning authors Julie Bruck and Vanessa Hua to students and the local community on March 25 at the annual "WOW! Voices Now: Women on Writing" conference on campus. The Women on Writing conference provided a free opportunity for students, faculty, and members...

New Kinesiology department improvements promote student-athlete success

Katrina Benedicto, TSV Staff Writer

March 31, 2017

The improvements within Skyline’s Kinesiology Department over the past year has helped student-athletes achieve their academic and athletic goals. There is not a single, straightforward change that is responsible for the Trojans’ success. Rather, there is a continued effort to improve every facet of the student's experience....

Skyline students engage in unsafe predatory parking practices

Skyline students engage in unsafe predatory parking practices

Olivia Bowman, TSV Senior Staff Writer

March 29, 2017

Skyline drivers use aggressive parking techniques in the morning to try and secure a space. ...

Letter to the Editor: English as a second language

Leigh Anne Shaw, Professor/Faculty Coordinator for ELI Program

March 29, 2017

I was intrigued by Mintzhet Tan's article in the March 16, 2017 issue of TSV entitled "Learn to embrace differences through language." I think that Tan is fortunate to be able to use the experience of coming to the United States at a relatively young age and being immersed in school as a primary occupation which has resulted ...

Midterms before vs. after

Midterms before vs. after

Mintzhet Tan, TSV Illustrator

March 27, 2017

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Foundry & Lux creates an industrial-meets-chic vibe in South San Francisco

Foundry & Lux creates an industrial-meets-chic vibe in South San Francisco

March 27, 2017

A brand new chic and elegant restaurant has opened up in South San Francisco for people to grab some...

Domestic violence brought into the spotlight

Lauren Gozon, TSV Staff Writer

March 27, 2017

Domestic violence happens in every country, culture and age group. It also affects people from all educational, socioeconomic and religious environments and happens in both heterosexual and homosexual relationships.Domestic violence has always been a controversial issue, so it's hardly a rare occurrence. However, based on statis...

Skyline hosts La Raza event

March 25, 2017

On March 17, 2017 Skyline College invited high school students to celebrate their first ever La Raza...

Letter to the Editors: Teacher’s view on overflow classes

Rosie Bell, History Professor at Skyline

March 24, 2017

I am pleased to see the article, Students cause Overflow in Classes, in the March 2 issue of The Skyline View. I’d like to offer an assessment from a faculty member’s point of view. First, I do agree with the author of the article, that this is an issue that has consistently plagued us over the past years. I’ve taught...

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