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Hanz Mathew Pacheco

Hanz Mathew Pacheco

October 28, 2019

Hanz Mathew Pacheco was born in Bicol, Philippines in 1999. In 2014, Hanz moved to the United States...

The Importance of Establishing a Nighttime Routine

Misha Berman

October 23, 2019

It can be hard to establish a nighttime routine such as showering, brushing our teeth and washing our face as college students. We often have homework assignments, readings and many of us work on top of taking classes, so it can be hard to establish a regular nighttime routine because students tend to fall asleep after studying al...

Skyline looks to step up after 3-0 loss Against CCSF

Cristian Garcia

October 23, 2019

Skyline’s Men’s Soccer team had a heartfelt 3-0 road loss against City College of San Francisco back on October 18th. City College had the advantage with the smaller field compared the field Skyline is used to playing on. Skyline was scored on the first half at 19:30 by Armando Sandria and in the second half was s...

Send in The Clown

Mark David Magat

October 14, 2019

For me, I’ve always thought the character of Joker holds a lot of power and fear from not having a past, or at least not a straightforward one. So when I heard a Joker origin movie was in the works a few years ago I was disappointed, but once I heard about the team working on said Joker movie and the vibe they were go...

Layna Salinas

Layna Salinas

October 7, 2019

Layna Salinas is her fifth year at Skyline College in the 2019-2020 academic year. She is the Social M...

3 ways you can change gatherings to be more meaningful.

I-Wei Chang

October 2, 2019

In our daily lives, there are many opportunities to participate in gatherings. Gatherings in which we perhaps meet different people and socialize on a birthday party, or gatherings like at the end of a meeting in a company without any results due to conflicts. Normally, we seem to match different gathering forms with specific fo...

Sleep Is Important

Calixto Reyes

October 2, 2019

Students who get more sleep will feel better on campus If there is something that a lot of us have in common, it is that most of us are tired. All around campus, you can see it, especially in 8 AM or 9 AM classes. Students drifting off into sleep, getting called on to answer a question because the professor knew the...

Skyline Passes with Flying Colors?

Umaima Ejaz

October 2, 2019

The Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges also known as the ACCJC was here at Skyline College from Monday, September 30th through Thursday, October 3rd with a team consisting of eight professionals. Accreditation is an important and a critical process. Maintaining Accreditation with the ACCJC means that the college will co...

It’s Not One Sided

Mark David Magat

October 2, 2019

President Donald Trump has had a controversial run during his three years in office. But with the allegations and potential investigation on Trump, and his lack of cooperation, the idea has been thrown around once again. Whether this investigation or impeachment will go through, only time will tell. But with the idea of impeachment co...

Cup or Bust: This time for real

Mark David Magat

October 2, 2019

By Marco Milani, Guest WriterAll of us Sharks fans remember how last season ended. A Game 6 loss in the Western Conference Finals against the eventual Stanley Cup champs St Louis Blues, after a rollercoaster of a season. The Sharks went to hell and back against the Vegas Golden Knights in round one. In Game 7, San Jose score...

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