’90s food to miss

The Bubble Jug: It was a small jug that filled with Hubba Bubba gum dust. Gum in dust form might sound weird, but consumers just poured a handful and popped it into their mouths. Many consumers loved the novelty of the “no stick” experience, but others worried they would inhale the gum and that it was a choking hazard.  At any rate, it was disconti...

  • Off grid living captures attention

    Off grid living captures attention

    Kelsie Gardels, Reporter

    The new trend known as “getting off the grid” is quickly becoming the hip thing to do. This lifestyle provides people with the freedom from rent and other expenses while traveling and having the comforts of home. Many begin this lifestyle to get out of debt. Others enjoy the adventure of clutter-free living quarters and getting familiar with nature. When asked if he thought he could survive in such small living quarters, Lukas Herrmann (11) s...

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News

Boy scouts change policy to allow trans

Boy scouts change policy to allow trans

Madison Aeschbacher, Staff

On Jan. 20, 2017,  The Boy Scouts of America released a statement that historically changed their nearly century-long stance, now allowing transgender children to join the organization. Because this foundation is mainly funde...

March 1No Comments

Trump Bans Travel

Karissa Wedman, Reporter

  Recently inaugurated President Donald Trump has released a travel ban for persons in predominantly Muslim countries attempting entrance into the United States. These countries include Libya, Sudan, Yemen, Somalia, I...

March 1No Comments

Are you making S.M.A.R.T resolutions this New Years?

Are you making S.M.A.R.T resolutions this New Years?

Kelsie Gardels, Reporter

“Resolutionary” tips to keep your resolutions     Each year, many people across the world make goals and promises to themselves called resolutions. The act of making resolutions actually began in an ancie...

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Blue News

TSA Ranks at Spring Conference

Preparation, hard work and dedication paid off for Technology Student Association when they competed and placed at the Spring Leadership Conference at CSI on Mar. 8 and 9.  David Hill (10) placed first in Coding. When asked about his ...

March 28No Comments

BPA Rocks Convention

Bianca Fairchild, Reporter

Skyline Business Professionals of America (BPA) rocked the State Convention Apr. 8 and 9 with 10 students qualifying for the National Competition, which will be held on May 10-14 in Orlando, Flor. On top of that, four stud...

March 28No Comments

LT Smooth Scholarship Opportunity

Corin Newman, Reporter

   Voices of Change will be having a summer workshop called the Ohana workshop.  The Voices of Change program is a group in which musician LT Smooth contributes. Smooth had visited Skyline this school year to tell his st...

March 28No Comments

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Opinion

Harsh Noise is good for the brain

Marcos Lopez, Writer

Imagine listening to the static from an old tv and combining it with more static from even older tvs but pitch shifted and adjusted to different decibels. That’s the best way I can describe Harsh Noise,...

March 1No Comments

Trump’s not the only one talking

Trump’s not the only one talking

Andres Barrera, Co-editor

 Stephen Bannon, the new Trump strategist for the president, is not keeping his mouth closed, but he thinks the press should. “The media should be embarrassed and humiliated and keep its mouth shut and jus...

March 1No Comments

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