The Skyline View

From soldier to student

From soldier to student

Danielle Bautista, TSV Staff Writer

November 7, 2014

This semester is coming to an end, it's crunch time and Skyline student Sonya Crocker, due to her military...

Home away from home

Home away from home

Lea Naqishbendi, Special to the TSV

October 1, 2014

When Skyline student Latasha Washington, found out she would be going to Cape Town, South Africa to build...

Meet Clarisse Domingo

René Bass, TSV Staff Writer

May 19, 2014

Clarisse Domingo has played badminton since high school. Although she had no intention of joining the badminton team at Skyline College, she not only plays on the team but is considered a frontrunner. “I just really like the game," Domingo said. "It’s fast paced, I liked improving a lot, going against a lot of people.”...

Injured arm leads to a helping hand

Injured arm leads to a helping hand

May 15, 2014

When Ramzy Azar injured his arm playing baseball last summer, he realized it was time for a change. The...

Building blocks to the game I love

Building blocks to the game I love

Miguel Garcia, TSV Staff Writer

May 1, 2014

Imagine starting to play a sport late in your teens. A sport that you're generally indifferent about...

TSV Artist Spotlight: Aaron “Amor” of The Genres

April 30, 2014

Check out our artist spotlight on Aaron "Amor" of The Genres in this Thursday's edition of The Skyline...

Something old, something new

Ayechan Oo, TSV Staff Writer

April 17, 2014

Learning about his preschool granddaughter’s struggles with math at school, the devoted grandpa, Kenny Decosta makes his promise that he’ll help her solve her math, and motivates his little girl to bring all of her problems to him. Initially confident, Decosta had not expected to find himself having a difficult time understanding...

Hitting bottom and rising to the top

Hitting bottom and rising to the top

March 19, 2014

Your early 20s are for partying. When you're young it's time to hit the clubs, house parties, pull the...

Charles Newton: An everyday hero from our very own Community

Gabriela Saucedo, TSV Staff Writer

December 6, 2013

Charles Newton is a Skyline alumni from when it was first established in 1969. He began studying business administration and continued his studies at SF State. He came back to Skyline to take classes for his upcoming book on history and anthropology, but also for his own interest. Newton has been through a journey of accomplishments...

The J-Rock to the Lady Trojans

The J-Rock to the Lady Trojans

Nico Triunfante, TSV Staff Writer

November 8, 2013

Jazel “J-Rock” Talauta is ready to apply her skills in her first year playing fo...

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