The Skyline View

Additional security measures will help evening classes feel safer

TSV Staff

February 17, 2017

Filed under Editorial, Opinions

Campus Security does a great job making Skyline safe, but when night classes start, their presence is not as strong. The Board of Trustees held an open campus security forum last October to find out how Administration employees, faculty members and students felt about campus safety across the three campuses in the District....

NBC reveals documents showing alcohol charged to San Mateo County Community College District, district responds

NBC reveals documents showing alcohol charged to San Mateo County Community College District, district responds

November 25, 2015

The Skyline View reported on Monday that NBC Bay Area was airing an investigative piece that night cent...

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

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

November 8, 2015

This is another weekly news podcast from The Skyline View. This week we talk about voting and other local,...

Candidates race for seats on board of trustees

Laurel B. Lujan, TSV News Editor

October 16, 2015

Filed under District News, News

San Mateo County’s 2015 election is currently underway, with seven candidates running for the three empty seats on the district’s board of trustees, including a Skyline alumnus. Karen Schwarz and Dave Mandelkern are previous Board Trustees, running once again for one of the seats. Schwarz hopes to succeed even though...

District approves possible new district map

Will Nacouzi, TSV Online Editor

November 29, 2012

Filed under District News, News

After months of discussion between members of the board, the district board voted on Nov. 14 to approve a possible new district map for 90 days of public comment period, in which the public is free to look over and share their thoughts with the board. The posting of the map is part of the district’s continuing consideration...

Teachers now required to submit grades promptly

Reynaldo Garcia, TSV Opinions Editor

November 21, 2012

Filed under District News, News

Teachers are now required to submit grades promptly after finals in compliance with a decision on Monday, Nov. 19 in a meeting between the district’s school’s senates. Final grades are now due in 5 working days after finals. The move was by the academic senates of the district’s three schools on Monday in a meeting...

Demographics could impact the board’s decision

Demographics could impact the board’s decision

Will Nacouzi, TSV Online Editor

November 8, 2012

Filed under District News, News

San Mateo County Community College District is currently considering switching from an “at large”...

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