Mr. Johnson lives in destruction zone By Rejanea Rhone When massive, deadly fires raced across North Bay counties ahead of hot winds this October, Skyline students mostly paid attention only through the news, or because of the smoke pollution that drifted down to Oakland over the next weeks. […]
By Allison Dang Many students were upset when Donald Trump was elected president, especially because of his extreme anti-immigrant and even racist statements. On September 5, one of their big fears was realized when the new president announced the end of an executive order created by former President […]
While people may disagree on whether Titanpalooza was fun or not, most people can agree that business was good, helping clubs, sports teams, and other groups make hundreds of dollars to support programs.
“We made a total of $500,” said Antwan Adams, working at one of the stands with long lines.
Ms. Litwin admits mistakes, allows students to be themselves By Kayshawn Goodwin Everyday when I walk around campus, I usually keep my headphones in and ignore everyone around me. But one day, I heard a number of students complain about a few of the teachers I’ve had in […]
More rich fold want to live here, driving up rents for the rest of us By Andy Franco I live, breathe, and eat in Oakland, but over the years rent has become so out of hand because of the tech boom that I’m not sure what is going […]
This past summer, Skyline lost a beloved staff member and alumnus, PE teacher and coach Carlo Tateo. Early on the morning of June 18, Father’s Day, Tateo was gunned down by an apparent stranger outside a San Francisco nightclub.
“He was a very caring person who is truly missed,” said Coach Salazar.
New Products: Hot or Not? By Yasmin Saechao The makeup world is always going crazy when brand new products are soon to be released. It’s like the whole community becomes chaotic. And while I understand the need to buy every single product from each one of these brands […]
Club celebrating Latino culture is back on campus By Kimberly Abarca La Raza is a club at Skyline that was brought back last year and continues to grow. First established by Ms. Elias back in 1998, the new version of the group is led by senior Nathalie Reyes […]
Who would steal a beloved decoration with only sentimental value? By Viviana Gonzalez If you’ve had ceramics class before, you probably know what the golden buddha is: A heavy clay statue, painted gold, sitting in an outdoor area called “the cage.” But in September, the Buddha was mysteriously […]
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