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Don't let social media cost you your dream job

Don’t let social media cost you your dream job

May 20, 2015

Social media profiles allow us all to connect with friends and family, keeping those who are far from...

The jammer to be installed throughout campus.

D’hey Jammin’

April 1, 2015

Skyline college has begun installing wide-range cell phone jammers throughout the campus in an effort...

TSV Podcast: Three underqualified people opinions - emotional effects of technology

TSV Podcast: Three underqualified people opinions – emotional effects of technology

March 5, 2015

In this week podcast, the topic is about Facebook new suicide prevention update. Update: the soundcloud file...

Skyline View Points: Is social media a problem in our society?

Skyline View Points: Is social media a problem in our society?

December 10, 2014

The tool isn't the problem it's the people By Will Nacouzi A majority of social media is used in id...

How will social media impact interpersonal interactions

Will Nacouzi, TSV Digitial Editor

December 8, 2014

Social media is all around us and, for the past decade, it has hit everyone at full force. In a way it could be said that society itself is still adjusting to this new reality brought about by this change, but one has to wonder about what it means for humanity in general. In my mind, social media does have benefits, of course,...

To connect or disconnect?

To connect or disconnect?

December 8, 2014

Amanda Samujh and her friends went to Disneyland for their senior trip and realized one of their friends...

Twitter making my world bitter

Jordan Sweidan, TSV Editor at Large

December 8, 2014

Twitter: the social media that seems to be dragged down thanks to today’s youth and its trends. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy using Twitter on a daily basis, specifically to keep up to date with sports teams, technology, and news. However, there is nothing I hate more on Twitter than seeing subtweets; specifically from...

Photo credit: William Nacouzi

#Selfies

December 8, 2014

Are you selfie obsessed? The trend of selfies is growing and taking over social media sites. A selfie...

The yak from here

Michelle Kelly, TSV Editor-in-Chief

December 8, 2014

The anonymity the Internet provides is a double-edged sword, allowing freedom to speak out can quickly become detrimental to the health and safety of others. An app that capitalizes on the anonymous nature of being online, called Yik Yak, is becoming a college campus staple. It allows users to post short comments to people...

Bring an end to the trolling

Joshua Collier, TSV Interim Photo/Graphic Editor

August 27, 2014

Trolling, flaming, and the spreading of misinformation on social media, whether it's done purposefully or accidentally, needs to be taken down a couple of notches. People who get a feeling of self-worth or comfort from schadenfreude really need psychological attention. It’s so easy to just poke fun at someone when you’re...

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