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Welcome back Skyline to Spring 2019

January 14, 2019

The spring 2019 semester is starting so here's what you need to know!

Skyline falls to Sierra at CCSF Tournament

Sam Esser

December 7, 2018

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The Skyline Trojans lost to Sierra College on Saturday, Dec. 1, in a 72-64 defeat at the City College of San Francisco Tournament. Skyline came into Saturday’s game with a 3-3 record, looking to make improvements to their win column. However, Sierra College did not make it easy for them. Early in the game, the Trojans ran much of t...

Studying abroad and its possibilities

Larissa Barreto Cavalcante

December 7, 2018

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A new language. A new country. A new experience. People get all of those things, and more, when they study abroad.Some people do not like the idea of going abroad and studying general courses. For those students, there is the Global Internship Program, an unpaid internship that is two months long and happens over the summer.A ...

FINANCE FOR YOUR FUTURE

Maria Isabel Del Castillo Schmidhuber

December 7, 2018

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Millennials need to save more money for their futures even if they are still living at home with their parents because life will catch up and everyone needs to be ready. It is understandable to see many college students living with their parents after or during college because of the high loans that the school system gives ou...

Positivity in the Face of Political Trauma

Kylea Pearson

December 6, 2018

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The first step is acceptance. The world we live in is going to change and evolve whether we have control over it or not. There is only so much we can do for our society, and at some point, you need to do something for your own mental health. We get heated in discussions regarding today's politics and what the people in our go...

The return of the college student

Ava Harris

December 5, 2018

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Life can get in the way of our goals, especially in terms of college. Many people face difficulties in their return, while others share nothing but positive experiences. Nearly 44 percent of students enrolled at Skyline are over the age of 23, and are considered, “returning college students;” those that have taken...

The right classes in the right way

Akmal Gadang

November 29, 2018

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The Best of the Best : Good Qualities of Classes As the fall season quickly approaches its end, the spring season brings about new life, new encounters, and new classes. Skyline student Giselle Mahinay browses through Skyline College’s class catalog, hoping to find the classes she needs. When looking for classes, Mahinay ...

Oracle’s farewell season

Diego Perez

November 8, 2018

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The Golden State Warriors have only 71 games left to play in one of the greatest arenas in sports history — after 52 years of playing in Oakland, next season the Warriors are moving to the brand new Chase Center in San Francisco.The sadness felt by the fans behind the loss of Oracle Arena comes at the gain of the city of ...

The prevalence of student homelessness

Simone Ledbetter

November 8, 2018

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Homeless college students is a topic we’ve addressed before, but with recent studies, I would like to further stress the importance of helping these students in our community.When people think of the word homeless, it is sometimes imagined as drug addicts or ‘dirty’ people on the street. But the harsh realit...

Climate Change isn’t Fake News

Kylea Pearson

November 7, 2018

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The earth we love and call home has been changing since the 1830s, according to Carbon Brief, an organization whose main focus is our climate. I was taught at a young age about global warming and how we as a society can help Mother Nature in these environmentally-trying times, but not everybody has the opportunity to learn ab...

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