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Obama pushes for free community college

Amber Wong, TSV Staff Writer

September 18, 2015

The cost of college could soon be free for students attending community colleges in the near future, if President Obama’s proposal regarding paid tuition attains approval by the federal government. Obama first introduced the proposal earlier this January, in an annual State of the Union address. This is a plan in which...

Five years later, residents still feel effects of pipeline explosion

Laurel B. Lujan, TSV News Editor

September 9, 2015

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Louis C.K. lacks tact in SNL monologue

May 23, 2015

The monologue that Louis C.K performed when he hosted Saturday Night Live’s 40th anniversary finale...

Is Floyd Mayweather worth all of this hate?

Steve Perotti, TSV Opinions Editor

May 8, 2015

In the wake of the travesty that was Mayweather vs. Pacquiao we have been bombarded with justifications for each fighter, along with excuses and sob stories, and the resounding supposed universal truth that Floyd Mayweather is the best pound for pound fighter of all time. The sad truth, ladies and gentlemen, is that Mayweather...

Is “beard bacteria” a real threat?

Steve Perotti, TSV Opinions Editor

May 8, 2015

A group of microbiologists in New Mexico have apparently found that some men have unclean beards. News flash folks: Not everyone is clean in the first place, and beards have nothing to do with it. With the growing presence of beards in everyday life, along with comb-over undercuts, there has been an overwhelming outcry against...

Mayweather vs. Pacquiao better for profit than fans

Mayweather vs. Pacquiao better for profit than fans

May 8, 2015

In the biggest boxing event staged in years, Floyd Mayweather defeated Manny Pacquiao in a 118-110 unanimous...

Veterans remember Vietnam

Veterans remember Vietnam

April 24, 2015

A half-scale replica of The Wall That Heals was brought to the Golden Gate National Cemetery on April...

An American Butterfly Effect

Max Maller, TSV Staff Writer

April 22, 2015

Scientists have long been fond of a theory known as The Butterfly Effect: One event, no matter how small, can have lasting repercussions on a large scale. Think of the outcome, then, of much larger changes in the present time. Disastrous changes. There can be few more tragic developments in today’s world than the continuing...

Skyline offers new study abroad program

Michelle Brignoli, TSV Staff Writer

April 8, 2015

Skyline College is offering its first ever study abroad trip to Cuba this summer. Professor of History, John Ulloa, is the facilitator of this trip. For the first time in nearly 60 years, the leaders of the United States and Cuba met with one another to discuss policies for relations between these two nations. This permits travel...

March Madness satisfies and surprises fans

Terence Scott, TSV Staff Writer

April 8, 2015

This year’s NCAA March Madness has offered everything a college basketball fan could possibly want. So far, there have been 12 major upsets in the tournament, multiple overtime games and several game-winning shots. March Madness has always been known to live up to the "madness" in its name, and this year was no different....

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