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Fashion Statements Make No Impact Onto The World

Fashion Statements Make No Impact Onto The World

Kimberly Brown, Staff Writer

March 5, 2020

CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR ACQUITTAL MR. PRESIDENT @realDonaldTrump! ❤️🇺🇸❤️🇺🇸❤️...

The Oscars Leaves No Room For Female Directors This Year…or Any Year

The Oscars Leaves No Room For Female Directors This Year…or Any Year

February 5, 2020

Another year, another loss for female movie makers. The 92nd annual Academy Awards will be happening...

More Than a Viral Meme

More Than a Viral Meme

February 5, 2020

Last Sunday, during the Super Bowl’s half time show, at the Hard Rock Stadium, Shakira, the Colombian...

Global Warming is Becoming Less Invisible

January 24, 2020

As we move towards the new decade, we can decide to make better choices that could save our planet...

Welcome back for Spring 2020

Welcome back for Spring 2020

January 13, 2020

Welcome back Skyline College students. Happy 2020   With an abundance of returning staff members,...

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...

Skyline’s final bow sparks emotions

Laurel B. Lujan

December 2, 2018

The chilliness of the theater had the audience silent and focused on what Skyline College’s final play “All My Sons” had to offer. The work by Arthur Miller and directed by Kevin Simmers oozed tension and relatable heartache in all the right places during one family’s story of a dramatic downfall. In...

Tech talk with Mark David Magat

Mark David Magat

November 19, 2018

Gaming has always been known as a method to waste time, with parents saying “stop rotting your brain with those video games”. But at the end of the day, games are doing a lot for our society, which the public may not realize. Games started off as a save-the-princess simulator, but now games and gaming culture have become...

Weekly Briefs

Raymond Rapada

November 19, 2018

Stan Lee dead at 95 The Marvel comic book writer, editor and publisher Stan Lee died at age 95 on Monday, Nov. 12. Lee's death was confirmed by Kirk Schenck, an attorney for J.C. Lee, Stan Lee's daughter. Born Stanley Lieber, Lee took the pen name Stan Lee. Over the span of several decades, Lee had a hand in creating superh...

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