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SMCCCD Students Celebrate Birthdays Amid Shelter-In-Place Ordinance

SMCCCD Students Celebrate Birthdays Amid Shelter-In-Place Ordinance

April 13, 2020

How did you celebrate your birthday? This was the question asked to SMCCCD students, who had no choic...

Despite the shelter-in-place orders, both the track and field on the Skyline College campus is being utilized by many on Mon. March 30.

Photo(s) of The Day

March 30, 2020

Taken on Feb. 25, The Dream Center is available weekdays to answer questions and provide support for undocumented students.

College Cancels Legal Clinic

February 27, 2020

Taken on Feb. 25, The Dream Center is available weekdays to answer questions and provide support for...

Katherine Harer, Vice President is seen at Union Solidarity hour on Feb. 5 building 6.

Skyline College is Under Violation of the “50% Law”

February 17, 2020

For over a year, the union has been fighting for workload equity, cost of health benefits, part-time...

You Shouldn't Have to Take That Class

You Shouldn’t Have to Take That Class

February 17, 2020

Since the beginnings of our student lives, until we're done with high school, all of us are forced to...

Community Service can Earn you a Degree

Community Service can Earn you a Degree

February 14, 2020

It's no secret that college is expensive, and most people need help in one way or another in order to...

Here’s How to Conquer the New Year

Jorge Silva, a Skyline student

Milla Tivadar, Focal Point Editor

February 5, 2020

When there’s a will, there’s a way. At least that’s how it feels when we reach the end of December. We bask in...

Going to school while coping with mental illness

Alejandro Gomez

December 6, 2018

Death, stress, heartbreak, and major life changes can causes mental illnesses that affect people who are living their lives. But most of the time these people just go to school and deal with regular tasks. Depression affects thousands of people, proving that people are not alone with how they are feeling. Anxiety is an afflic...

Mental health awareness among community college students

Mental health awareness among community college students

October 18, 2017

Mental health is becoming an increasingly common issue among college students, and more so for community...

The science behind studying

Maria Isabel Del Castillo Schmidhuber, TSV Staff Writer

September 29, 2017

  Education, and studying, come in the same package, but not everyone learns the same way, leading students to struggle when tests, midterms and finals arrive. Since the creation of schools, teachers have told students that the most effective way to study is by isolating themselves in a room with a textbook. But,...

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