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Groceries For Everyone: Free Groceries every Thursday at Skyline College

Hanz Mathew Pacheco, Mulimedia Editor

November 25, 2019

Every Thursday, many students and community members gather to participate in Community Market Day, which is hosted by Sparkpoint outside building 4 of Skyline College. By participating in this event, students and members of the community are able to receive groceries such as fruits and vegetables for free. Sparkpoint has...

The Spoon River Project; Art at It’s Finest: Skyline College presents “The Spoon River Play” by Edgar Lee Masters

Umaima Ejaz, News Sports

November 25, 2019

In a world full of Gus Waters and Hazel Grace, Edgar Lee Masters’ Spoon River anthology is like a black and white picture of our modern world with settings of 1900s. The Skyline Theatre Club presented “The Spoon River Project” adapted by Tom Andolora for the Spoon River anthology, set in the graveyards of 1900s is a r...

Ballooning Administrative Cost

Ballooning Administrative Cost

Umaima Ejaz, News Editor

November 25, 2019

Does the paycheck tell your worth? If it does-Is your Chancellor worth more than your Professor? ...

PG&E Power Outage, Air Quality, Wildfires Around California-All You Need to Know

PG&E Power Outage, Air Quality, Wildfires Around California-All You Need to Know

Umaima Ejaz, News Editor

November 25, 2019

Twelve days after the Kincade fire, which ignited and quickly spread on October 23. It started by fewer...

STEM Center Holds Its First Meeting Ever

Layna Salinas, Social Media Editor

November 25, 2019

The meeting is designed for students who intend to major in a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics—with more meetings to come over the next few months. The First meeting ever of the STEM Center Forums was held on Monday Nov. 4, and the theme for it was Identity: A look inwards, hosted by Dr. Angelica Garcia and ...

Teleconference with Chancellor Eloy Oakley Ortiz

Umaima Ejaz, News Editor

November 25, 2019

A teleconference with Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley was organized on 22nd October 2019 to keep the people of California updated with top legislative priorities of California community colleges, the new Senate Bill 291. A new bill was proposed that would help cover the total cost of community college for college students was...

The Opening of the New Environmental Science Building

The Opening of the New Environmental Science Building

October 3, 2019

The Environmental Science building at Skyline College finally opened on Sept. 24 after years of planning and c...

Welcome Back Skyline Students!

Welcome Back Skyline Students!

August 14, 2019

A hot, sunny day welcomes Skyline students to the fall semester, a great change from the usual fog. For...

Stripping Off College Debt

Patricia Laude, Staff Writer

May 14, 2019

As a working student who aims to maintain a self-sustaining life after college--in this economy--pursuing a career in the sex work industry has crossed my mind. I believe that the stigma against sex work should end. Living in the Bay Area without a STEM degree is expensive, and sometimes, working 30 hours a week for mi...

Let’s Talk About Women

Patricia Laude, Staff Writer

May 14, 2019

The Skyline College Theater Club is directing a student-run production of "The Vagina Monologues” this summer from July 18-21. "The Vagina Monologues" is a play that explores issues that include, but are not limited to: sexual consent, sex work, women’s body image, and genital mutilation. The cast for the play consists all...

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