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Developments cause chaos on campus

Developments cause chaos on campus

September 1, 2017

The first day of school for many is a mix of excitement, anxiety, and nerves but perhaps never more so...

Black Lives Gray Matter series “Turns mourning into a movement”

Lauren Gozon, TSV Interim Focal Point Editor

September 1, 2017

Filed under Campus News, News

The Black Lives, Gray Matter Symposium series is an assembly hosted at at community areas and universities with the goal to bring together local members of the communities and experts concerning our current social climate. Black Lives Matter is an international movement that originated in the African-American community. The...

A new program opens new opportunites for employment

Carol High

September 1, 2017

Filed under Campus News, News

About this time last spring semester, the Skyline Career Services Center was hatching a new plan to get students "career ready" for the job hiring process. The recently launched Job Priority Pool, housed in the career center, prepares students to bring their best selves forward and shine at Bay Area companies that are eager to...

New campus technology implemented for lectures to be recorded and available online

New campus technology implemented for lectures to be recorded and available online

Adreana Estigoy, TSV Focal Point

May 5, 2017

Filed under Breaking news, Campus News, District News, News, Showcase, State News

Skyline will soon be testing a new video camera system that will record lectures and make them available...

Sustainability is the answer to social justice issues

Sustainability is the answer to social justice issues

May 3, 2017

"Sustainability is the answer to social justice issues", social justice advocate Markese Bryant said in...

Building one’s days numbered

Miguel Madrigal, TSV Staff Writer

April 21, 2017

Filed under Breaking news, Campus News, News

The approval of reconstructing building 1 has been finalized and Skyline will be gaining two new facilities. On March 31, "Skyline Shines," the weekly newsletter for the college, unveiled its newest project: the construction of two facilities and the expansion of lot L. The first building is a Social Science and Creative...

WOW! conference celebrates the voices of women writers

Oscar Zapata, Guest Writer

March 31, 2017

Filed under Campus News, News

Skyline students showcased their creative writing alongside award-winning authors Julie Bruck and Vanessa Hua to students and the local community on March 25 at the annual "WOW! Voices Now: Women on Writing" conference on campus. The Women on Writing conference provided a free opportunity for students, faculty, and members...

New Kinesiology department improvements promote student-athlete success

Katrina Benedicto, TSV Staff Writer

March 31, 2017

Filed under Campus News, Sports

The improvements within Skyline’s Kinesiology Department over the past year has helped student-athletes achieve their academic and athletic goals. There is not a single, straightforward change that is responsible for the Trojans’ success. Rather, there is a continued effort to improve every facet of the student's experience....

Read Across America at Skyline celebrates the joy of reading

Read Across America at Skyline celebrates the joy of reading

March 23, 2017

Read Across America at Skyline College bridged all age groups in the community through activities that...

The Learning Center has extended its hours of operation to give students a place to study at night

The Learning Center has extended its hours of operation to give students a place to study at night

March 23, 2017

Students on campus may have seen new signs on March 20 announcing big news from The Learning Center (TLC)...

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