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Millennials are killing everything

Millennials are killing everything

August 16, 2017

Millennials are murderers. Over the course of the year, several outlets have accused millennials of “killing”...

“Dunkirk”: A refreshing take on an old tale

“Dunkirk”: A refreshing take on an old tale

August 16, 2017

Dunkirk is a refreshing film that hosts a cast portraying the different types of people that go into...

Denise Benavides facilitates dialogue about real world issues in the classroom

Katrina Benedicto, TSV Staff Writer

May 19, 2017

Filed under Features, Focal Point, Profile

Denise Benavides believes poetry is about creating human connections in order to empower marginalized identities. When Benavides performs her poems, emotion seeps into her rhythm and her shifts in tone. Her voice is both smooth and abrasive. Rather than exclaiming when she delivers climactic lines, she lets her words flow...

Kendrick Lamar’s fans left feeling like “DAMN.” after album release

Kendrick Lamar’s fans left feeling like “DAMN.” after album release

Katrina Benedicto, TSV Staff Writer

May 3, 2017

Filed under Focal Point, Music, Reviews

Kendrick Lamar pulls us deep into the complexities of his troubled mind and raging soul as he unravels...

There is no art without “eARTh”

There is no art without “eARTh”

Nestor Dominguez, Guest Writer

May 3, 2017

Filed under Arts, Features, Focal Point, Showcase

Los Angeles based artist, Ivan Don, got into art without ever thinking about the affects it would ha...

Beat Cop: an interesting 1980s point and click

Beat Cop: an interesting 1980s point and click

May 3, 2017

It is easy to like “Beat Cop.” The game just oozes with polish, great design and concepts that are...

Maverick Jack’s hits the sweet spot

Maverick Jack’s hits the sweet spot

May 3, 2017

From the monickered parking signs to the quaint yellow chairs and trendy interior design, Maverick Jack’s...

Polynesian lu’au celebrates Skyline’s diverse community of students

Polynesian lu’au celebrates Skyline’s diverse community of students

May 3, 2017

The Polynesian Lu'au held in building 6 last week on April 26, as part of Asian-American and Pacific...

Fun places to walk your dog that aren’t traditional dog parks

Fun places to walk your dog that aren’t traditional dog parks

Katrina Benedicto, TSV Staff Writer

April 26, 2017

Filed under Features, Focal Point

Socializing and exercising your dog in pet-friendly trails is better than confining him or her in a dog park. Fence...

Celina Ocheltree, Guest Writer

April 26, 2017

Filed under Focal Point, Music, Reviews

Kodak Black’s debut studio album, Painting Pictures, solicited his urge to get back on track with his music pr...

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