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Editorial: Big protests make small steps

TSV Staff

November 18, 2015

The last few months have seen a dramatic upheaval in societal life across the globe. Though many are far from us, some have hit very close to home, namely the numerous student protests occurring at college campuses across the nation. From Claremont McKenna here in California to Yale in Connecticut, students are fed up with...

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...

FAFSA shortchanges some

Chrystina Chase, TSV Staff Writer

October 29, 2015

Parents with financial assets might be doing some students more harm than good. Over 9,000 students in California have been declared "dependent students" by the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) meaning those students still depend on their parents for assistance or help with going to college but will still need financial...

Children from the Skyline College Children Care Center at the Halloween celebrations that were held and organized by the student government with events for students and kids. Oct. 29, 2015. (Michelle Brignoli/The Skyline View) Photo credit: Michelle Brignoli

Halloween traditions vary beyond US

October 29, 2015

In America, Halloween is something we grew up with as children. Trick-or-treating, pumpkin carving, black...

Fear is universal, but for some it is a problem

Fear is universal, but for some it is a problem

Gregory Ragaza, TSV Staff Writer

October 29, 2015

Fear is universal. Originally designed as a survival instinct, fear has now become a form of emotional...

Gaming and Tech Podcast: Episode 1

Gaming and Tech Podcast: Episode 1

October 27, 2015

This is The Skyline View’s Gaming and Tech Podcast that will be posted weekly every Friday. We will...

Planned Parenthood on GOP hitlist

Sarah Marasigan, TSV Focal Point Editor

October 2, 2015

Planned Parenthood is the latest group to come under GOP fire, with efforts being made to defund the organization of federal money. The Republicans have long been after the agency for its pro-abortion stance and have sought to close it. Recently a series on highly inflammatory videos emerged purporting to be from inside Planned...

Nick Diaz is a scapegoat

Steve Perotti, TSV Staff Writer

September 30, 2015

Nick Diaz, the polarizing 32-year-old UFC welterweight, has been suspended for five years in the state of Nevada for smoking marijuana. Diaz, who is no stranger to either marijuana or controversy, has tested positive for the drug three times now. Some of his most impressive fights have been ruled as "no contests" after the...

Trump for dictator

Christian Magallanes, TSV Staff Writer

September 30, 2015

What will become of the United States if Donald Trump is President? Change for the worse. The United States will slowly start to notice the corruption and evil within Trump. What will he provide for our future? Empty promises and the lies he will hide. Trump is a power hungry dictator who has flawless hair. Do we really want...

Drought worsens

Drought worsens

September 18, 2015

California is facing one of the most severe droughts in the state's history. The drought has caused Gov....

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