The Skyline View

PTSD: The Hidden Wounds of Battle

November 15, 2017

Down the streets of San Francisco, a Diesel truck passes across a man’s gaze. With the distinct smell...

Mental health awareness among community college students

Mental health awareness among community college students

October 18, 2017

Mental health is becoming an increasingly common issue among college students, and more so for community...

Midterms (again)

Midterms (again)

Mintzhet Tan, TSV Focal Point Editor

October 18, 2017

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How Optimism Can Be Destructive

Chris Christenson, TSV Opinions Editor

March 24, 2017

There is no such thing as the future because the future is now. People can be optimistic for the wrong kind of reasons that may not seem wrong in the first place. People, such as myself, feel optimistic because we believe there is an endless opportunity in the world. And for that reason, we feel that we can keep our head...

Students cause overflow in classes

Students cause overflow in classes

March 1, 2017

It happens at the beginning of every semester. You walk into your English, math and science classes that...

Stress relief through meditation

Stress relief through meditation

Chris Christenson, TSV Opinions Editor

February 27, 2017

Meditation and its role in stress management   Meditation has done a lot more than becoming...

The View From Here: Increasing work load

Michelle Brignoli, TSV Editor of Chief

September 16, 2016

It’s still early in the semester, so why does it feel so overwhelming all of a sudden? Well, let me tell you. First of all, school work is increasing in quantity and difficulty while outside responsibilities remain constant. These are the static stresses in a student’s life. But also there are unexpected stresses that are...

Summer – think deeply, breathe deeply

Summer – think deeply, breathe deeply

May 6, 2016

It’s the end of another school year – at least for The Skyline View. We don’t publish during the...

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