The Skyline View

Chapter Two

Cristian Garcia, Opinion Editor

April 12, 2020

On March 15 it was announced that all California businesses must shut down unless they are considered essential businesses. I was one of those essential workers.  After two weeks of being in quarantine The Skyline View published “Life Remains the Same: The Mindset of an “Essential” Worker,” which was how even though Calif...

The Earth is under the weather: 'Tenki No Ko'

The Earth is under the weather: ‘Tenki No Ko’

January 29, 2020

“Messing with nature always has a cost.” Following the success of the phenomenal animated film...

Calixto Reyes

Calixto Reyes

December 9, 2019

Calixto Reyes is a 3rd semester student here at Skyline College. He is an Advertising major and loves ...

Wednesday, 4 Dec. AIDs quilt at the Skyline's library, the quilt symbolizes the hope and resilience for those lost.

Stigma Ends With Me

December 5, 2019

1 in 7 people nationwide who had HIV didn’t know they were infected. People for the past three decades...

A different learning journey

I-Wei Chang

December 4, 2019

With a team full of freshmen, winning any game is not an easy thing. For the 2019-2020 season, Skyline men’s basketball team has only one returning player on the roster. Skyline achieved 5-2 In the first 7 games since the beginning of the season. Noah Haynesworth, the only sophomore player, also a captain in the team. Ha...

49ers loss is a reality check

Cristian Garcia

December 4, 2019

All over social media, Bay Area natives see it everywhere “Quest For Six” but after their recent loss it’s time for a reality check. This past Sunday the San Francisco 49ers received their second loss against the Baltimore Ravens waking up the 49er faithful that the quest for six might be harder than fans th...

Umaima Ejaz

November 24, 2019

Umaima Ejaz’s The Skyline View’s new News Editor. She would spend countless days and nights working on what stories to inform our community on. Fun fact about Umaima is that she hates pineapple on pizza and can be seen and heard arguing with Mark David Magat, current Editor at Large, about how his taste in pizza is garba...

Gianna Sozzi

Gianna Sozzi

November 24, 2019

Gianna Sozzi’s on her first semester on The Skyline View, but is already being put to work. Gianna’s a...

Faasolo leads Skyline to Victory over Siskiyous

I-Wei Chang

November 20, 2019

The Skyline Women’s basketball team won their third game of the season 81-60 against College of the Siskiyous on Friday, November 15. Sophomore center Olga Faasolo scored 22 points, and starting shooting guard Michala O'Donoghue contributed 16 points while shooting four-of-five on three point attempts.Throughout the first...

Exploring the game of Cornhole

Cristian Garcia

November 20, 2019

A game originally played in a playground in grade schools, cornhole is now becoming a professional sport. Skyline students can see the board outside of building four and for those who do not play it is not just a game played at schools, barbecues and bars, it is a serious competitive game.The name cornhole can throw off those...

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