The Skyline View

Men’s basketball aims for playoffs

Diego Perez

December 7, 2018

Skyline men’s basketball is optimistic about the rest of their 2018-2019 season despite losing their last three games, the Trojans have enough talent and leadership on their roster to get them back on track before the midseason mark.The Trojans’ home record currently stands at 2-2 and the Skyline College Classic b...

In the Post: Support the Trojans

Diego Perez

December 7, 2018

Community college sports are harshly underappreciated, many students complete their two years at a community college without ever attending a sports event. Skyline students need to show more support for the sports programs by attending more games. Sports are not for everybody, meaning there is a percentage of students who wo...

Skyline falls to Sierra at CCSF Tournament

Sam Esser

December 7, 2018

The Skyline Trojans lost to Sierra College on Saturday, Dec. 1, in a 72-64 defeat at the City College of San Francisco Tournament. Skyline came into Saturday’s game with a 3-3 record, looking to make improvements to their win column. However, Sierra College did not make it easy for them. Early in the game, the Trojans ran much of t...

How to have holiday spirit this year

Maria Isabel Del Castillo Schmidhuber

December 7, 2018

With December comes Christmas and the wonderful holiday season and spirit that many cherish and await the entire year. But have you ever felt like you missed out?This is all about not missing out on the holiday spirit and feeling. The holiday spirit isn't just a spell that one can perform and have in an instant. First of all, m...

Martha Gellhorn, legendary journalist and woman

Lauren Gozon

December 7, 2018

Martha Ellis Gellhorn was an American writer, travel writer, and journalist who was considered one of the great war correspondents during the 20th century. During the span of her 60-year-long career, Gellhorn reported on virtually every major world conflict that took place. Ernest Hemingway, an American author was Gellhorn's hu...

Editorial: Video Games Are Art

December 7, 2018

We are always told to go outside, put our controllers down, pay more attention to the things around us instead of what's on our screens. Video games have held this stigma that playing them will just “burn our brain cells” and have no benefit toward our growth or mindset. However, this is not true. Video games are...

Studying abroad and its possibilities

Larissa Barreto Cavalcante

December 7, 2018

A new language. A new country. A new experience. People get all of those things, and more, when they study abroad.Some people do not like the idea of going abroad and studying general courses. For those students, there is the Global Internship Program, an unpaid internship that is two months long and happens over the summer.A ...

FINANCE FOR YOUR FUTURE

Maria Isabel Del Castillo Schmidhuber

December 7, 2018

Millennials need to save more money for their futures even if they are still living at home with their parents because life will catch up and everyone needs to be ready. It is understandable to see many college students living with their parents after or during college because of the high loans that the school system gives ou...

Class cancellations send students into rush to finish the semester

Gem Vem Pilon, Guest Writer

December 7, 2018

The classes at Skyline College resumed last Monday, Nov. 26, after an almost two-week cancellation due to unhealthy air quality. Smoke from the fires in Butte County has affected the Bay Area, which led to the cancellation of classes at San Mateo community colleges: Skyline College, Cañada College and College of San Mateo...

Friends with benefits

Friends with benefits

December 6, 2018

Cold, unsatisfying experiences. Catching an STI. One-sided feelings. “Catching feelings.” Emotional...

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