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Raymond Rapada, News Editor

September 24, 2018

Highlights of the 2018 Emmy Awards The 70th Primetime Emmy Awards of 2018 marked the least-watched broadcast of the awards show on record, drawing an audience of 10.2 million views on NBC. Just after winning an Emmy for outstanding directing for a variety special for his work on the Academy Awards, Director Glenn Weiss propos...

Protesters hold signs denouncing President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign on Nov. 10, 2016 in Oakland, Calif.

Protests against President Trump stop traffic in San Francisco

January 20, 2017

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Spring semester evokes new plans

Spring semester evokes new plans

January 18, 2017

As the New Year begins, there are a few changes as Skyline College starts the Spring 2017 semester consisting...

Voting in an election constitutes more than the presidency.

Final verdicts come in for California’s 17 propositions

November 9, 2016

Legalization of recreational marijuana in California and more funding for California community colleges...

TSV Podcast: Three unqualified people: Episode 33

TSV Podcast: Three unqualified people: Episode 33

May 9, 2016

Welcome to another week of our weekly podcast and this week we talk about various topics and news from overseas, national, and local news stories. So look below and here is a list of them: 1. Panama Papers database on shell companies goes online 2. PG&E customers to pay more for gas after San Bruno blast 3. ...

TSV Podcast: Three unqualified people: Episode 32

TSV Podcast: Three unqualified people: Episode 32

May 6, 2016

Check out our latest weekly podcast and as normal, we cover various news items. This week we take a look at the current strike in San Fransisco and more, with stories from Skyline College newsletter "Skyline Shines". 1. Hunger Strike in San Francisco Puts a Spotlight on Police Brutality ...

Decline in students’ mental health leads to $40 million proposal

Gina Paratore, TSV Staff Writer

April 24, 2016

A new bill was proposed in February which aims to increase funding for mental health in California Community College, University of California, and California State University systems. On February 16, Assemblyman Kevin McCarty introduced Assembly Bill 17, which would establish a trust account and fund $40 million to mental...

Board of Governor’s new waiver requirement

Laurel B. Lujan, TSV News Editor

March 25, 2016

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Daylight saving time could end altogether

Haley Holmes, TSV Chief Copy Editor

March 16, 2016

Every year since 1949, clocks spring forward and fall back, much to the chagrin of many students, employees, and employers alike. With the latest change having happened only a few days ago, California Assemblyman Kansen Chu, D-San Jose, hopes his bill will end the transition all together. On Feb. 16 of this year, Chu proposed...

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El Niño helps local reservoirs

March 16, 2016

With the constant rain fall over the last week, some of the Bay Area’s reservoirs have been filled...

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