The Skyline View

Kylea Pearson

Kylea Pearson

August 31, 2018

Filed under Uncategorized

I am an English major at Skyline, hoping to transfer to SF State to get a masters d...

Skyline women’s soccer team looks for success in San Luis Obispo

Diego Emilio Perez, Interim Sports Editor

August 31, 2018

Filed under Soccer, Sports, Women's Soccer

The Skyline women's soccer team's first pre-conference game of the season was scheduled to take place on Tuesday, Aug. 28 versus Merritt College, however, it has been postponed to Sept. 7 and will be played at Skyline — the game time is to be determined. Tuesday’s game would have been the first time this newly assembled team play...

French Open bans Serena Williams’ catsuit

Lauren Gozon, Interim Editor-in-Chief

August 31, 2018

Filed under Sports

The French Tennis Federation announced that they’re implementing new rules regarding players' uniforms for the 2019 French Open. President Bernard Guidicelli told Tennis Magazine that “sometimes we’ve gone too far,” referring to players’ attire. Attire will now be subject to a strict dress code, and unfortunately,...

In the Post: KSI vs. Logan Paul

In the Post: KSI vs. Logan Paul

Diego Emilio Perez, Sports Editor

August 31, 2018

Filed under In the Post, Sports, Sports Columns

  Celebrity sports events are as American as baseball but the recent bout between Olajide “KSI”...

Six off-campus food favorites

Cristina Macz, TSV Guest Writer

August 31, 2018

Filed under Focal Point

It's time to be honest: The food at Skyline can get repetitive, expensive and bland. If students find that they have time between classes there are a number of plazas and malls near campus that might be worth taking a 10-20 minute drive for. These restaurants don’t typically have a long wait on weekdays, and in some cases y...

Review: ‘Christopher Robin’ reconnects with his childhood

Simone Ledbetter, Interim Focal Point Editor

August 31, 2018

Filed under Focal Point, Reviews

“Christopher Robin” is another twist on a classic tale that really brings out the type of nostalgia that weighs on your heart. The film begins by rummaging through the stories so well known in childhood, making sure to bring back the memories of how it felt to be in those younger years. As the familiar stories come to...

Through a vendor’s eyes

Simone Ledbetter, Interim Focal Point Editor

August 31, 2018

Filed under Focal Point

Juicy strawberries, sweet orange juice, organic eggs, baked pastries and the occasional sunflowers: Farmers' market vendors load their trucks with their fresh produce so that they can sell to eager customers arriving as early as 6 a.m. Most people visit farmers' markets or have at least heard of them, but many probably haven’t cons...

‘We are not the enemy’

August 31, 2018

Filed under Editorial, Opinions

In today’s political climate, we have a president who has categorized media members who do not outright support the administration’s policies as the “enemy of the people”. There are simple steps we can take to support our news outlets, who produce independent and truthful content. It is necessary for the public to do...

Plan B now accessible at Health Center

Leonte Silva, TSV Guest Writer

August 31, 2018

Filed under Campus News, News

The Skyline College Health Center now offers emergency contraceptives, or Plan B One-Step, for an affordable price compared to retail stores. Students don't need to worry about their financial situation regarding the purchase of emergency contraceptives. The Health Center located in Building 2 is offering students the...

Weekly briefs and Skyline updates

Raymond Rapada, Interim Copy Editor

August 29, 2018

Filed under News, Skyline News Weekly

Mark David Magat/The Skyline View Skyline College Promise Scholars Program receives major grant On Aug. 9, the district received a $3 million grant to support Skyline's Promise Scholars Program (PSP) from the California Community Colleges Board of Governors' as part of the Chancellor's Innovation Awards in Higher Education, wh...

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