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Skyline graduates to a new recycling program

Skyline graduates to a new recycling program

November 11, 2017

The San Mateo County Community College District (SMCCCD) wants to do their part in becoming more environmentally...

UC Workshop readies students for transfer

Maitri Desai, TSV Staff Writer

November 11, 2017

Filed under Campus News, News

“Numbers do not encapsulate the whole of who you are as a human being,” Chanel Daniels said, an adjunct English professor affiliated with TriO Student Support Services (SSS) at a University of California Application Workshop on Oct. 28th. Fall semester is when many California State Universities and UC's start accepting...

Undetermined cause of fire worries Santa Cruz residents

Undetermined cause of fire worries Santa Cruz residents

October 27, 2017

Santa Cruz suffered from a series of fires in California, on Bear Canyon Road and Deer Creek Road in...

Veterans Resource Center helps students veterans adjust

Veterans Resource Center helps students veterans adjust

October 27, 2017

New college students approach many difficulties, but for student veterans, this transition is filled...

I pledge allegiance to the AR

I pledge allegiance to the AR

October 11, 2017

The United States is one of the only countries in the world that has had more mass shootings than days...

BART police to increase presence at stations

Olivia Bowman, TSV News Editor

October 10, 2017

Filed under News, State News

Some BART riders, especially people of color (P.O.C) feel uncomfortable with the implementation of a new plan that would increase police presence in trains and at stations throughout the Bay Area. The plan was actualized on Sept.15, three days after three people were stabbed in an attempted robbery at the Lafayette station....

Deadly wildfire brushing up smoke and death

Deadly wildfire brushing up smoke and death

October 9, 2017

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Concerns arise over music festival shooting

Olivia Bowman, TSV News Editor

October 4, 2017

Filed under Breaking news, News, Online Exclusive, Showcase

The deadliest mass shooting in modern US history was carried out by Stephen Paddock in Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday, Oct. 1. As of the publication of this article, 59 people were killed with 527 injured when Paddock opened fire on a crowd of approximately 22,000 people that had gathered for the Route 91 Harvest music festival. Country...

Groundbreaking for Skyline’s Environmental Science Building

October 4, 2017

For 360 view from a mobile device watch through the Youtube app For 360 view from a mobile device wat...

Locals respond to decision on DACA

Locals respond to decision on DACA

September 29, 2017

The federal DACA program protects nearly 800,000 immigrants who were brought to the U.S. illegally as...

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