The Skyline View

Men’s basketball aims for playoffs

Diego Perez

December 7, 2018

Filed under Basketball, Men's Basketball, Showcase, Sports

Skyline men’s basketball is optimistic about the rest of their 2018-2019 season despite losing their last three games, the Trojans have enough talent and leadership on their roster to get them back on track before the midseason mark.The Trojans’ home record currently stands at 2-2 and the Skyline College Classic b...

CIPHER brings the community together

Maria Isabel Del Castillo Schmidhuber

December 6, 2018

Filed under Features

The CIPHER (Center for Innovative Practices through Hip Hop Education & Research) had their fourth annual Holiday Bling Vendor's Fair and Open Mic which promoted local businesses and provided the community with some early holiday shopping, as well as a space to use their voice at an open mic.The CIPHER program at Skyline Coll...

Bones! Bones! Bones!

Raymond Rapada, News Editor

December 5, 2018

Filed under Features, Focal Point

Bones! Bones! Bones! — the anthropology department here at Skyline displayed new bones and artifacts donated by the California Academy of Sciences in an open house on Wednesday, Nov. 28. The donation was comprised of several skulls, post-cranial bones, pelvises and a nearly-complete skeleton. Before, the department’s...

Peer Mentoring: “Achieving the best together”

Maria Isabel Del Castillo Schmidhuber, Focal Point Editor

November 8, 2018

Filed under Features, Focal Point

Transitioning to college for any student can be a bit challenging and hard to handle at first, especially when you are new and intimidated by the system, but Skyline College has created a new program that helps students with transitions and the college life overall. Retention specialist, Raymond Gutierrez from Skyline College,...

Skylloween returns

Simone Ledbetter, Editor-in-chief

November 7, 2018

Filed under Campus News, News, Showcase

The annual Skyline College Skylloween event was held on Oct. 31, in order to help clubs fundraise and bring in potential new club members. Skylloween occurs every Halloween and is filled with clubs selling various goods such as pizza, churros, spam musubi and more. Current club members were eager to inform students about...

‘The play is like a swansong’

Laurel B. Lujan, Editor at large

November 7, 2018

Filed under Features, Focal Point

'From the first floor of Building 1, projected voices can be heard from above. Going up the stairs, students are seen partially dressed in costumes. A cast of 10 people are rehearsing for the last production before Building 1 is demolished. Arthur Miller’s play, “All My Sons,” is directed by Skyline professor Kevin...

Skyline moves to 5-1 at home

Skyline moves to 5-1 at home

October 28, 2018

The Skyline men’s soccer team beat the Santa Rosa Junior College Bear Cubs, on Oct. 16, with a strong...

Reducing violence with Human Libraries

Reducing violence with Human Libraries

October 15, 2018

Violence, the action of wanting to hurt someone or to damage something, the action that drives a lot...

Ford and Skyline Automotive form partnership

Mark Griffith, Staff Writer

October 9, 2018

Filed under Campus News, News

Ford Motor Company donated a 2014 Ford Focus and more to the Skyline College Automotive Department in a mutual-benefit partnership. The agreement will broaden training for staff and students on Ford technologies, create internships for students at local Serramonte Ford, and will likely benefit the community with added workers...

Entrepreneurial students should back each other in their success

Laurel B. Lujan, Editor at large

October 1, 2018

Filed under Opinions

In this day and age, a little bit of support from someone’s fellow classmates can go a long way. This can apply to that particular student entrepreneur who has their own business and is hoping to gain loyal clientele, or people who will support them with their high and lows. More and more people are using corporate companies...

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