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Pamphlets are  available at the event for students to pick up on April 28, 2016 to inform about domestic abuse.

‘Escalation Workshop’ flounders

May 12, 2016

April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month and in conjunction with that, Skyline College's ASSC...

Upcoming student government elections at Skyline College

Upcoming student government elections at Skyline College

April 25, 2016

Associated Students of Skyline College (ASSC) is taking applications for candidacy of officers and senators...

Skyline students Nena Darwin and Khin Thar are serving Halal food in the Fireside Room in building six on April 11 during the Islam 101 event to students.

Skyline learns about Islam

April 25, 2016

Cultural events that focused on educating Skyline College about Islam and what it is about took place...

The Global Learning Programs and Services Division offices  is located on the third floor of building two for students who are interested in studying abroad on April 20, 2016.

Expand your global knowledge

April 25, 2016

Skyline College, as part of the Northern California Study Abroad Consortium (NCSAC), hosted an information...

ASSC members Ashley Cabrera and Allyson Roa display their majors on the Dare to Declare t-shirts.

Students urged to explore major declarations and careers

April 25, 2016

The spring semester Meet Your Major Fair had a host of tables representing majors in an attempt to help...

Skyline determined to end sexual violence

Joshua Chan, TSV Staff Writer

April 24, 2016

On April 13, Associated Students of Skyline College (ASSC) set up a table in building six for their “Shine the Light” event, focusing on the role of men in preventing sexual violence. The event was inspired by the White Ribbon Foundation as part of a series of workshops held by ASSC for Sexual Assault Awareness month. Founded...

Journalist Jose Antonio Vargas speaks to Skyline students and staff about undocumented immigrants in America in building 6 on April 7, 2016.

Undocumented immigrants are from everywhere

April 24, 2016

Immigration is not a simple topic, nor is it easy discuss without it getting controversial. But what...

First generation Mexican American recollects journey to college

Martin Lopez, TSV Staff Writer

April 24, 2016

Skyline College honored the legacy of Cesar Chavez on the Day of Action held on campus on Wednesday, March 23. The Latino community was supported heavily in this event, and cherished for their hard work and how far they have come. The event featured a March to Action by local high school students from Westmoor and South San...

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