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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,...

An effective way to spark change for minorities

Miguel Madrigal, TSV Sports Editor

September 15, 2017

America is divided now more than ever. With Presidents Trump's executive decision to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), immigrants, especially Latino communities feel that they are under attack by their own government. It is important to understand that long before the executive decision, people of color and...

College and independence

Lauren Gozon, TSV Staff Writer

March 23, 2017

Independence is a term that most college students know or are currently in the process of learning. Independence is defined as having the freedom from the control, influence or help from others. College will challenge and inspire many and will also help develop maturity and independence in students. For college students,...

Skyline athletes work hard during practice, but are lacking school support during their games. Photo credit: Brian Silverman

Editorial: Sparse support for sports

February 4, 2017

College sports have been a huge staple in the college experience for students for years. Unfortunately,...

Skyline Speaks: Students react to the Third Presidential Debate

October 26, 2016

The Learning Center held a presidential debate viewing party at the Skyline Dining Fireside Cafe on Oct....

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Bring more than your handy dandy notebook

September 2, 2016

Getting through a semester in college, be it a community college or full university, can be a tremendously...

The Redwood Roots at Skyline College

May 11, 2016

On Monday, May 9, 11 a.m. the "Faces of Asia and the Pacific Islands Culture Bazaar" occurred in building...

Hungry For Justice

May 6, 2016

Last month, five individuals decided to stand up for the unjust actions and ethnic violence that have...

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