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Eating habits play a big role in college success

Alexandria Kenyon, TSV Staff Writer

December 3, 2015

Eating healthy can be really tough in college. Some challenges could be not having enough time to prepare healthy meals or not having enough money for quality nutritional food. Unhealthy eating habits can negatively affect students and while it may not be an easy task, it is possible to eat healthy while in college. Most...

California public universities out of reach for some residents

Katelyn Payne, TSV Multimedia Editor

December 3, 2015

California residents may soon be fighting for a spot at California State University and University of California schools. According to an article from Sacramento Bee, a new report from Campaign for College Opportunity found that the percentage of Californians being turned away from UC and California State University has doubled...

TSV Reporters Podcast: a new reporters experience

Gregory Ragaza, Blynn Beltran, and Will Nacouzi

November 23, 2015

This is our very first 'TSV Reporters Podcast' of The Skyline View, for this week podcast Will Nacouzi talks with Blynn Beltran and Gregory Ragaza as they share their experience so far in the semester as reporters. ...

TSV Podcast: Three unqualified people - local, national, and community college news

TSV Podcast: Three unqualified people – local, national, and community college news

November 15, 2015

This is The Skyline View weekly podcast and this week the topics are mostly local for the most part. The stories mentioned in the podcast are listed and linked below to the source. News mentioned in the podcast: PG&E's profit culture is key element in San Bruno explosion trial San...

Editorial: There are other issues at hand besides guns on campus

November 13, 2015

Last week, Faisal Mohammad, a UC Merced student, went on a stabbing spree, leaving four students injured and ended with his death after he was gunned down by campus police officers. As a result of violent incidents such as the one at UC Merced, school districts are now taking more caution and installing different types of safety...

Women on the rise in education

Alexandria Kenyon, TSV Staff Writer

November 5, 2015

Studies show women today are earning more college degrees than men, a trend that has been going on for some time. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, women have been more likely to earn a bachelor’s degree than men since the 1940’s. This is not by a small percentage; women are now 30 percent more likely to earn a degree. “Data...

Students protest blood shortages

Will Nacouzi, TSV Staff Writer

October 31, 2015

In recent news, vampire students are protesting against the blood shortages on campus and are demanding that the campus takes more action in order to increase the supply of blood. "This is an outrage" student government president Tom Chi said. "Students who are vampires have the same rights as other students, regardless of...

California community college chancellor announces retirement

Laurel B. Lujan, TSV News Editor

October 29, 2015

A fixture in the California Community College system has announced his retirement after three years on the job. Community College Chancellor Brice W. Harris is retiring in April, 2016, ending his 45-year career in higher education. Those years were spent devoted to increasing access to education and student success, and he...

Berkeley professor admits to sexually harassing students

Chrystina Chase, TSV Staff Writer

October 29, 2015

A local astronomy professor is retiring after admitting to sexually harassing several female students during his time on the job. Dr. Geoffrey Marcy’s actions at UC Berkeley caused a response when the details of the incident were released to the public. The administrators on the UC Berkeley campus announced that Marcy...

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Ghost Stories: Are we ever really alone?

October 29, 2015

We watch horror movies all the time, run back to our bed when we turn off the lights, and avoid looking...

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