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The user interface for Zoom, a software for meetings that has been used widely in education since the stay-at-home orders  were imposed.

The Virtual Campus is Good

April 15, 2020

In the middle of March, the San Mateo County Community College District announced that the rest of the ...

Dr. Walter Cheng discusses the coronavirus at Skyline College on Feb. 27.

Dr. Walter Cheng Answers the Questions About the COVID-19 at the Library

March 11, 2020

A college physician came to Skyline College to talk and answer the burning questions about the facts and m...

Letter to the Editor: Trump’s America: Faculty with Firearms

Dr. Zachary E. Bruno, Music Professor at Skyline

March 23, 2018

I’m a Professor, and I’ll Protect You with Guns I love my students, and I want you to be safe from murderous gunmen. Whenever I read about a school shooting like the recent one in Parkland, Florida, it breaks my heart. I would like to live in an America that solves the problem of gun violence. That is exactly why I am...

Searching for meaning through education

Searching for meaning through education

May 17, 2017

Naledi Mthembu is a 19-year-old international student who traveled all the way to the United States on...

Physical education classes gives students the opportunity to try out different exercises. Photo credit: Chris Christenson

P.E. classes aren’t going to help me in the future

April 19, 2017

Most college students want to get in and get out of school. They want to get into their fields of interest...

Skyline College Choir Christmas Show

December 19, 2016

The Skyline College Choir held a Christmas performance on 12/4/16 in Pacifica, CA.

Skyline Speaks: Winter break

November 30, 2016

Students share their plans for winter break with us and how they did during the semester.

Schools may eliminate freedom of speech

Shamal Prasad, TSV Staff Writer

November 14, 2016

A couple weeks ago, a federal appeals court ruled 2-1 that public college officials in Minnesota did not violate a student’s First Amendment right to free speech by expelling a student from the college because of what he said in a series of Facebook posts. In late October, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit...

New scholarship aims to help new students transfer sooner

Rob Pabalate Jr., TSV Staff Writer

October 3, 2016

The Skyline College Promise Scholarship has been introduced on campus for students who have graduated from high school or hold a GED, or another equivalent to a high school diploma. The scholarship aims to give students the promise of a strong start to their college careers. For the scholarship, students will have all enrollment...

Example of traditional 'hand pricked' tattoo.

Tapping into time

May 22, 2016

The practice of mating ink and skin has been carried out since the beginning of human history. No matter...

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