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The View from Here as seen by Rich Estrada

Rich Estrada, TSV Editor in Chief

March 14, 2013

Where has this semester gone? Skyline is nine weeks into the spring semester and many of us are getting closer to that breaking point. March can be seen as the month that can potentially derail it all! In case everyone has forgotten, this month has plenty of kryptonite for everyone so allow me to be the voice of reason before...

The View from Here – With Rich Estrada

Rich Estrada, TSV Editor in Chief

February 14, 2013

CBS apparently didn’t want any “wardrobe malfunctions” as part of the program for this year’s Grammy Awards. Earlier this week, the network had asked stars to cover up for the event in a memo in one of the more awkwardly-worded, high-profile requests in recent memory. Some of us remember CBS broadcasting the now infamous...

The Interim Editor In Chief of The Skyline View for Spring 2013.

The View from Here 1 – Spring 2013

January 31, 2013

On Jan. 11, the online community lost one of its leaders in the thick of an ongoing open access movement...

The View from Here – Reminisce

Lauren Concon, TSV Editor in Chief

December 6, 2012

Before coming to Skyline, I actually went to a CSU. My decision to attend Skyline was mostly because of family-related issues. I still wanted to continue working toward my degree (although at the time I had no idea what degree I was working toward). Looking back there were a lot of things I miss about it. One of the things...

The View from Here

Lauren Concon, TSV Editor in Chief

November 29, 2012

We’re finally coming up to December, which means the we’re almost at the finish line. I’m sure many of you, like me, are finding it more difficult to get out of bed and get to school. I look at the semester like a race. It always difficult at first to step up to starting line and it’s a bit of a struggle to get your...

The View from Here – Women’s Rights

Lauren Concon, TSV Editor in Chief

October 25, 2012

Women’s health rights have been one of the central topics during the election because presidential candidates have recently discovered that a large majority of voters are in fact women. Women make up over 50 percent of the voting population and candidates have been focusing on the topic of health rights. Many women were...

The View from Here – San Francisco

Lauren Concon, Editor in Chief

October 11, 2012

Traffic, parking, sailors, Angels, Giants and The Stick are just a few words to sum up San Francisco’s eventful first weekend of October. If you were in the city this weekend, you were probably enjoying one of the many festivities that took place, and if you weren’t then you were most likely stuck in traffic or weaving...

The View From Here

Blair Hardee

March 29, 2012

As you may have read in our news section, some of my fellow student journalists and I attended a convention this past weekend organized by the Journalism Association of Community Colleges. We won a few awards (as you also may have read) and gained some valuable experience. My purpose in this "View from Here" is not to brag about my staf...

The View From Here

Blair Hardee

February 14, 2012

Well, I'm finally sitting in the editor-in-chief's chair, and I have to say, it's been a long road reaching this point. This is my sixth and (probably) final semester at Skyline, and I've been heavily involved in the journalism program the whole time. From my first semester in Journalism 110 to spending the last three semeste...

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The View From Here

November 17, 2009

I don't have a lot of space here, so I'll just hurry along and get to the point.There have been the ...

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