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Women’s Soccer is getting better

Women’s Soccer is getting better

November 29, 2018

The Skyline women’s soccer team did not make the playoffs, but they had a productive 2018 season; their...

The right classes in the right way

Akmal Gadang

November 29, 2018

Filed under Uncategorized

The Best of the Best : Good Qualities of Classes As the fall season quickly approaches its end, the spring season brings about new life, new encounters, and new classes. Skyline student Giselle Mahinay browses through Skyline College’s class catalog, hoping to find the classes she needs. When looking for classes, Mahinay ...

Tech talk with Mark David Magat

Mark David Magat

November 19, 2018

Filed under Columns, Online Exclusive, Opinions, Showcase

Gaming has always been known as a method to waste time, with parents saying “stop rotting your brain with those video games”. But at the end of the day, games are doing a lot for our society, which the public may not realize. Games started off as a save-the-princess simulator, but now games and gaming culture have become...

Weekly Briefs

Raymond Rapada

November 19, 2018

Filed under Breaking news, News, Online Exclusive

Stan Lee dead at 95 The Marvel comic book writer, editor and publisher Stan Lee died at age 95 on Monday, Nov. 12. Lee's death was confirmed by Kirk Schenck, an attorney for J.C. Lee, Stan Lee's daughter. Born Stanley Lieber, Lee took the pen name Stan Lee. Over the span of several decades, Lee had a hand in creating superh...

Skyline takes precautions to protect the health of the campus community

Carol High

November 19, 2018

Filed under Campus News, News

The unhealthy air from ongoing wildfires has forced students to take quick precautions while being outside, whether it’s walking around campus or participating in outdoor activities, and the Skyline administration is swift to keep an eye on air quality to protect student and staff health. On the Skyline campus this past...

We don’t need any more artists

Mark David Magat

November 19, 2018

Filed under Online Exclusive, Opinions

We don’t need any more artists. We need art that matters. We have an abundance of people working in fields that could be classified as art, but to be honest, we don’t need this many. The underlying issue with modern art isn’t with our number of people, but our number of important work. When perusing Instagram or Twitter...

Oracle’s farewell season

Diego Perez

November 8, 2018

Filed under Uncategorized

The Golden State Warriors have only 71 games left to play in one of the greatest arenas in sports history — after 52 years of playing in Oakland, next season the Warriors are moving to the brand new Chase Center in San Francisco.The sadness felt by the fans behind the loss of Oracle Arena comes at the gain of the city of ...

In the Post: Oracle’s farewell season

In the Post: Oracle’s farewell season

Diego Emilio Perez, Sports Editor

November 8, 2018

Filed under In the Post, Showcase, Sports Columns

The Golden State Warriors have only 71 games left to play in one of the greatest arenas in sports history...

Remembering and celebrating loves ones

Remembering and celebrating loves ones

November 8, 2018

On the evening of Friday, Nov. 2, darkness fell upon the Mission District where hundreds of people gathered...

Peer Mentoring: “Achieving the best together”

Maria Isabel Del Castillo Schmidhuber, Focal Point Editor

November 8, 2018

Filed under Features, Focal Point, Showcase

Transitioning to college for any student can be a bit challenging and hard to handle at first, especially when you are new and intimidated by the system, but Skyline College has created a new program that helps students with transitions and the college life overall. Retention specialist, Raymond Gutierrez from Skyline College,...

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