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Why So Many People Use Windows XP Today!

Diamond M. Garcia, Editor in Chief 2021-2022 May 26, 2022
Last year when I wrote the story of Windows XP’s Development history back in November, a number of people and close friends reached out to me and were curious about whether or not I use Windows XP. Although it is very nostalgic, I don’t use it for obvious security reasons. Nevertheless, I was surprised to find out that many end-users still use Windows XP.
Prom

Prom

Rebekah Charles, Reporter May 25, 2022

Skyline’s 2022 prom theme was A Thousand Wishes, it is a soft angelic and elegant theme. This gave motivation to the student body to be dressed in magical ball wear. Boys and girls had on their best...

The Bright Side of Moving.

The Bright Side of Moving.

Abigail Moss, Reporter April 5, 2022

During my life, I have dealt with a lot of change, most of which involved moving. I have lived in four different states in my life and attended seven separate schools. I lived in states with different...

Plastic Ocean.

Plastic Ocean.

Rebekah Charles, Reporter April 1, 2022

Throughout the years, increasing amounts of plastic have been disposed of in our oceans. Not only is it hazardous for the environment, but its inhabitants as well. Recently in a 2022 DW news report, scientists...

Photo taken by MacKayla Harbison

Inspired Artowrk in the Hallways.

MacKayla Harbison, Reporter April 1, 2022

The artwork in the girls’ bathroom in the English hall: let’s talk about it. I’m sure most of you girls have noticed how there is new, uplifting artwork and quotes in the English hall bathroom. I’ve...

Image of an IFPD vehicle on Pancherri Drive. Taken at 10:00 am. By Diamond Garcia.

Further Information Releases amid Gas Leak at Skyline.

Diamond M. Garcia, Editor in Chief 2021-2022 January 28, 2022
On January 27th, 2022at approximately 9:45 am, teachers in the 200 halls noticed the smell of gas. The school’s maintenance crew responded to the situation and detected higher than normal Carbon Monoxide levels.
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How to Save Your Inbox From Phishing & Malware.

Diamond M. Garcia, Editor in Chief 2021-2022 January 19, 2022
On average, over 8 billion scam e-mails are sent in the U.S. daily. This also includes empty e-mail scams.
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Protecting Yourself Online.

Diamond Garcia-Alvarez, Editor in Chief January 6, 2022
Since 2020, we have all become accustomed to spending time online more than usual. This means our cybersecurity is becoming more important. Ensuring that your passwords are as secure as possible provides more security. With so much of our lives online from banking, e-mails, and healthcare, It is important to make sure your digital identity is secure.
Are the Crumbley Parents To Blame?

Are the Crumbley Parents To Blame?

Diamond M. Garcia, Editor in Chief 2021-2022 December 16, 2021
By now you may have already heard about the terrible acts of Ethan Crumbley that occurred on November 30th, 2021 at Oxford High School in Michigan.
This picture depicts the Celtics celebrating Halloween by making sacrifices and eating food.

Halloween Throughout History

Charlotte Dustin, Reporter November 5, 2021

Halloween. A holiday is often associated with great candy, costumes, and monsters, but it is in fact much more. Halloween has been around for centuries and, like all holidays, has a rich and storied past. ...

Photo of the French Club at their meeting located at the farmers market. On the right, you’ll find (Taia Olsen, Lilia Olsen, Marcus Kosman, Madame Youinou, Gracie Harper, Ashlyn Johnson, and Carol Carrillo) Photo Credit: Dakota Nielson.

Language Clubs at Skyline

Dakota Nielson, Reporter October 6, 2021

Here at Skyline, we have various clubs that you may be interested in joining. But have you considered joining a language club?  We have clubs for all three of the languages taught here. There is a French...

Picture of a TikTok in which a user took a security camera. The video has the caption 'This lick will never be topped.'

“Devious Licks” TikTok Trend Leads to Vandalization in Schools Across the Nation.

Diamond M. Garcia, Editor in Chief 2021-2022 October 1, 2021
In early September, a trend emerged on TikTok where high school and college students take property from their schools and post the video on the internet. Items such as signs, security cameras, projectors, and even drinking fountains have been stolen.
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