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Skyline College Students and Faculty Concerned About the Coronavirus

Skyline College Students and Faculty Concerned About the Coronavirus

Layna Salinas, Multimedia Reporter

February 13, 2020

Students and faculty members at Skyline College are concerned about the growing outbreak of the coronavirus...

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...

Smoking Marijuana is a criminal offense in the Federal law!: In respect, to our previous article where we spoke about Scholarly stoners.

Umaima Ejaz, News Editor

October 4, 2019

As an International student or an undocumented student you abide by federal law and not the state laws. International student are students who have an F-1 Visa and undocumented students are students, who have over stayed on their visa or have entered US without inspections. Federal law classifies marijuana as a “Schedul...

Students Skip School for a Serious Climate Strike San Francisco

Milla Tivadar, Focal Point Editor

October 3, 2019

If this was tongue twister was hard for you to understand, try understanding the members of Congress who are opposed to passing federal policies that address climate change. Try gaining insight into the minds of climate change scientists that some members of government do not follow their scientific research and education on...

Trump’s National Emergency Protested in San Mateo

Trump’s National Emergency Protested in San Mateo

February 27, 2019

People gathered in front of the Bank Of America Financial Center in San Mateo on Feb. 18, Presidents Day, to protest against President Trump’s ...

Weekly Briefs

Raymond Rapada

December 6, 2018

George H. W. Bush has diedGeorge Herbert Walker Bush, the 41st president of the United States has died at 94. On Friday, Nov. 30, Bush's death at his Houston home was announced by his son, former President George W. Bush, remembering his father as "a man of the highest character." Since the death of his wife, Barbara Bush, in...

Weekly Briefs: Week of Nov. 5, 2018

Raymond Rapada, News Editor

November 8, 2018

Ariana Grande releases news single Ariana Grande dropped a new song called "thank u, next" on Saturday, Nov. 3 that references her previous relationships, including recent ex-fiancee Pete Davidson. The song alludes to her relationships with rapper Big Sean, dancer Ricky Alvarez and rapper Mac Miller. It was reported that...

Weekly Briefs: week of October 1

Raymond Rapada, News Editor

October 9, 2018

Senate confirms Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court The Senate confirmed Judge Brett Kavanaugh as the 114th justice of the Supreme Court on Saturday, Oct. 6, exactly a month before the Congressional Midterm Elections. Judge Kavanaugh was sworn in by Chief Justice John Roberts and retired Justice Anthony Kennedy, who Kavanaugh...

Weekly Briefs – week of Sept. 23

Raymond Rapada, News Editor

September 27, 2018

Merriam-Webster adds 300 new Scrabble-approved words Merriam-Webster published the sixth edition of the "Official Scrabble Players Dictionary" on Monday, Sept. 24, adding 300 new words. Among the new words are "emoji", "facepalm", "ew", "bitcoin", "sriracha" and "yowza". In a press statement released by Hasbro Brands (the br...

Gov. Brown signs a bill extending bachelor’s degree pilot program at community colleges

Lauren Gozon, Digital Editor

September 27, 2018

On Sept. 20, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill to extend a pilot program that allows California’s community colleges to offer a four year bachelor’s degree in specified fields. Three community colleges in the Bay Area will be participating in the pilot program: Foothill College, offering a degree in dental hygiene, Skyline...

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