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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...

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...

Editorial: Make women’s bathrooms great again

Editorial Board

May 6, 2017

Filed under Editorial, Opinions

If you are a woman, you know that Skyline's women’s bathrooms have dispensers for feminine hygiene products. It is also known that they are all empty and have been for quite some time now. The same is true for our sister college, College of San Mate Sure, feminine hygiene products are available for free at the nurse’s...

P.E. classes aren’t going to help me in the future

P.E. classes aren’t going to help me in the future

April 19, 2017

Most college students want to get in and get out of school. They want to get into their fields of interest...

Editorial: Preparing your lunch at home can save you a lot of money

Editorial: Preparing your lunch at home can save you a lot of money

March 23, 2017

College is already expensive with textbooks, supplies, transportation and housing. Food expenses become...

Students cause overflow in classes

Students cause overflow in classes

March 1, 2017

It happens at the beginning of every semester. You walk into your English, math and science classes that...

Additional security measures will help evening classes feel safer

TSV Staff

February 17, 2017

Filed under Editorial, Opinions

Campus Security does a great job making Skyline safe, but when night classes start, their presence is not as strong. The Board of Trustees held an open campus security forum last October to find out how Administration employees, faculty members and students felt about campus safety across the three campuses in the District....

Editorial: Sparse support for sports

Editorial: Sparse support for sports

February 4, 2017

College sports have been a huge staple in the college experience for students for years. Unfortunately,...

Editorial: Make district communication easier

TSV Staff

December 7, 2016

Filed under Editorial, Opinions

After a walkout occurred at Skyline on Nov. 23, The Skyline View’s editorial board thought it seemed important to find out what resources students actually have at their disposal to communicate to administration. The group “Solidarity” is the Skyline student group organization that originally coordinated the walk out....

Editorial: Change starts with a single step

TSV Staff

November 23, 2016

Filed under Editorial, Opinions

Ever since Donald J. Trump won the presidential election of 2016, people across the United States have taken a stand against the outcome of the election. So far, it seems Skyline College has yet to take a stand on the issue at hand. While the school has hosted a few "Post-election process circles," it's not enough to make...

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