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Drawing a Line: Students Create Boundaries

Patricia Laude, TSV Staff Writer

April 17, 2019

Filed under Campus News, News, Showcase, Uncategorized

Students in the Promise Scholars Program learned about maintaining boundaries within their professional and personal life at the BAE: Boundaries Against Everything workshop by Kim Davalos, a Skyline College counselor, on Wednesday, April 10. BAE: Boundaries Against Everything focused on the topic of maintaining boundaries,...

Patricia Laude

Patricia Laude

April 12, 2019

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Patricia Laude is a Communications major and is transferring to San Francisco State University this Fall...

The 2 Minute Read: Let’s Do That Hockey

Daniel Archuleta, TSV Sports Editor

February 27, 2019

Filed under Showcase, Sports, Sports Columns, The 2-Minute Read with Daniel Archuleta, Uncategorized

The San Jose Sharks are really good. It’s a bit of an understatement considering they have only missed the playoffs twice since 2000 (2002-2003 and 2014-2015). But the vibe around San Jose is that this team might finally be "the team". The team to finally bring the Stanley Cup to the Bay Area. Frankly, it’s a shame that the B...

Trump’s National Emergency Protested in San Mateo

Trump’s National Emergency Protested in San Mateo

February 27, 2019

People gathered in front of the Bank Of America Financial Center in San Mateo on Feb. 18, Presidents Day, to protest against President Trump’s ...

BAEC Reaches Out to Skyline Students

BAEC Reaches Out to Skyline Students

February 27, 2019

The Bay Area Entrepreneur Center (BAEC) has been Skyline’s off-campus resource to provide assistance...

Financing Florence

Financing Florence

February 20, 2019

Students interested in studying abroad should customize a plan to receive aid from multiple sources,...

The totally accurate battleground game

Mark David Magat

January 30, 2019

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2018 was the year of battle royale games with "Fortnite" and "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds", also known as PUB-G, scorching the gaming landscape with their popularity and genuine fun they provide to gamers. Of course there are many other battle royale games that never entirely hit the mark of fame or even quality PUB-G and...

Government shutdown puts the pressure on food stamp recipients

Olivia Bowman

January 30, 2019

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Food stamp recipients will have to ration their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits until March after most received their February benefits around Jan. 20. It is expected that the majority of families will have to make their SNAP benefits last 40 days while some families will have to stretch their benefits for 50 da...

Skyline’s unsung technological hero: the library

Mark David Magat

January 30, 2019

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It’s that time of year again: We have to put away our Christmas sweaters and prep for some caffeine filled all-nighters. With the world going towards a more digital route, school is no different. But technology is hard to get mostly due to money and other issues such as specifications for high-end hardware. Director of...

Teachers’ Study Tips

Olivia Bowman

January 30, 2019

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The transition from high school to college is not an easy process. The professors can seem intimidating and the independent work is much different from the way most students learned in high school. Skyline's professors discussed the kinds of struggles they see among their students, and the strategies they suggest for succeedin...

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