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Obtaining a B.A. in Respiratory Care is cheaper at Skyline than at a CSU

Obtaining a B.A. in Respiratory Care is cheaper at Skyline than at a CSU

September 16, 2016

Skyline College is now providing students with the opportunity to obtain a four year bachelor’s degree...

Skyline theater holds “Middletown” auditions

Skyline theater holds “Middletown” auditions

September 16, 2016

Hopeful students auditioned last Wednesday and Thursday for a coveted role in director Kevin Simmers’...

Skyline introduces FutureVIEWS program

Jose Sanchez, TSV Staff Wwriter

September 16, 2016

Mental health education is on the rise at Skyline, as a new program called FutureVIEWS looks to collaboratively bridge community support programs in order to increase the preparation, engagement and readiness of students with emotional and/or mental health issues for higher education. The Counseling department, DSPS, Workability,...

Canvas to replace WebACCESS

Canvas to replace WebACCESS

September 1, 2016

The district will be switching from the WebACCESS online course management system to Canvas starting...

San Mateo Community College District reviews security policies

San Mateo Community College District reviews security policies

September 1, 2016

The district may be implementing new public safety policies in wake of a report from the San Mateo Grand...

New Technology starts its engine

New Technology starts its engine

May 22, 2016

The Automotive Technology program has been a part of Skyline's long list of offerings since 1977, and...

TSV Podcast: Three unqualified people: Episode 33

TSV Podcast: Three unqualified people: Episode 33

May 9, 2016

Welcome to another week of our weekly podcast and this week we talk about various topics and news from overseas, national, and local news stories. So look below and here is a list of them: 1. Panama Papers database on shell companies goes online 2. PG&E customers to pay more for gas after San Bruno blast 3. ...

Skyline News Weekly: April 20

April 25, 2016

This one is late, chiefly because we ran into technically issues while editing it, but here it is now.

Academic Senate discusses new policy changes

Joshua Chan, TSV Staff Writer

March 2, 2016

The Skyline Academic Senate held a meeting to discuss potential changes to policies on campus on Feb. 18. For those who might not know, the Academic Senate is a group of faculty members here at Skyline College that is made up of mostly professors and instructors . As outlined in their constitution, the matters that they discuss...

Building 8 power outage stalls automotive classes

Building 8 power outage stalls automotive classes

February 22, 2016

At approximately 11:10 this morning (Feb. 18), Skyline College’s building 8 lost power. This building...

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