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Sallie Mae doesn’t exist in Derry

Sallie Mae doesn’t exist in Derry

Mintzhet Tan, TSV Opinions Editor

September 15, 2017

Filed under Artistic license, Opinions, Showcase

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Parking Problems

Parking Problems

Mintzhet, TSV Opinions Editor

September 15, 2017

Filed under Artistic license, Opinions, Showcase

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Skyline keeps dreams alive

September 15, 2017

Filed under Editorial, Opinions

On September 5th, President Trump announced an executive order to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), putting the fate of 800,000 young undocumented adults into uncertainty. In Skyline College, some of our fellow students were deeply affected by this decision. President of Skyline College Dr. Regina Stanback...

iPhone X..Xpensive it is

Kevin Perez, TSV Digital Editor

September 15, 2017

Filed under Opinions

With the recent release of Samsung’s flagship phone and the trio of new iPhones set to release, consumers are opening up their checkbooks to get the most powerful smartphone yet. Then we cycle back to our checkbooks next year and do it again. Smartphones are some of the greatest bits of technology we have today. No longer...

An effective way to spark change for minorities

Miguel Madrigal, TSV Sports Editor

September 15, 2017

Filed under Opinions

America is divided now more than ever. With Presidents Trump's executive decision to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), immigrants, especially Latino communities feel that they are under attack by their own government. It is important to understand that long before the executive decision, people of color and...

Don’t Blame it on Becky

Adreana Estigoy, Editor in Chief

September 15, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinions, The View From Here

We tend to judge people based on what language they speak and who they may or may not pray to based on their looks, and now, some go so far as to assume what someone’s individual political opinions are based on appearance. This is dangerous territory we’re in here, folks. It might be hard to cope with the realities...

Alternatives to lunch in the cafeteria

Mintzhet Tan, TSV Focal Point Editor

September 15, 2017

Filed under Opinions

Picture this: you are getting out of the class, feeling hungry and tired and you walk all the way from building 4 to building 6 just to get to the cafeteria and realize the long line that is almost reaching the door. Will you still wait in line for lunch or opt out for a vending machine? As the school continues to expand...

The benefits of fidget spinners

Mark David Magat, TSV Staff Writer

September 1, 2017

Filed under Opinions

With the rise of fidget toys, and their eventual demise, people have simply started using the tool as a trend and not noticing the benefits of using such toys. In the era before fidget spinners became a phenomenon and a wide selling toy, they were great stress relievers for victims of anxiety, ADHD and other disorders. Since...

Punishment for staff negligence

September 1, 2017

Filed under Editorial, Opinions

“Education is the foundation of our democratic society. Thus, we are committed to a comprehensive diversity framework that promotes social justice throughout all, policies, procedures, and practices of the college.” In the Skyline College’s values statement it begins with these words which prides itself on its ethnic...

CrossFit vs. the other fitness regimen

CrossFit vs. the other fitness regimen

September 1, 2017

CrossFit not only offers a diverse strength-building regime, but it also offers a sense of community...

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