Open uri20160520 1956 12f720v?ixlib=rails 3.0

Abigayle Haguisan

Journalist

Location icon United States of America

I am a 19 year old aspiring journalist residing in the fog of San Francisco.

Portfolio
The Skyline View
04/25/2016
Trojans silence the Panthers with a win

With only four games left in the season, the Skyline men's baseball team took control over the Hartnell Panthers, closing out the game with a score of 5-3 on Tuesday, April 19. Skyline's left-handed pitcher Daniel Madigan opened the game with a rocky start, allowing three runs by Hartnell.

The Skyline View
05/06/2016
Anything but a drowsy production

A mediocre school production would most likely bore a viewer to sleep with the lack of charisma and dry puns, but the Skyline dance, drama and music departments' take on "The Drowsy Chaperone" was surprisingly far from the norm. The pamphlets given out before entering the theater read, "a musical within a comedy," and luckily...

The Skyline View
04/29/2016
Trojans clear the bases for Cañada's Colts

With a two game winning streak and what seemed to be a strong close out of the season ended on Tuesday, April 26 when long time rivals, the Cañada Colts, shut down the Trojans with a score of 10-1. What started off as a pitching battle quickly rolled over into a slow, drawn-out game.

The Skyline View
03/02/2016
"The Life of Pablo:" a grab bag of excellence

For the past year, Kanye West's highly anticipated album has been the center of attention in the music industry. After multiple title changes and tweaks to the track list, "The Life of Pablo" was finally released on Feb. 14, 2016. Kanye kept his supporters on their toes with delayed release dates, but the songs were...

The Skyline View
04/28/2016
Reduce, reuse and recycle your mom's jeans

While sifting through my closet of overly priced turtlenecks and "vintage" flannels from Urban Outfitters, I came to the realization that I've been flushing money that could have been used on over-priced textbooks down the toilet. As I stared into the black hole I call my closet, I still had an itch to buy more....

The Skyline View
05/06/2016
Trojans fight final war but fall short

High hopes of ending on a positive note faltered when the Skyline Trojans locked in their final game against the Cabrillo Seahawks and ended the season with a close 13-12 loss on Friday, April 29. Skyline's opening pitcher Richard Boe started off the game by giving up two homers to the Seahawks, before getting them...

The Skyline View
03/25/2016
Taxation on feminine products sparks body positivity movement

In lieu of Women's History Month, Associated Students of Skyline College (ASSC) organized a body positivity event in the dining room on Wednesday, March 16. The event promoted support for the petition proposed by Jennifer Weiss-Wolf and Cosmopolitan Magazine entitled "No Tax On Tampons: Stop Taxing Our Periods! Period."

The Skyline View
02/19/2016
Amazon to offer potential online education

Amazon advances to promote educational opportunities for its workers. Like many other major corporations such as McDonald's with its Hamburger University and Apple with it's Apple University, Amazon has potential to create its own educational program. These company education systems help inspire workers to continue their education through the big companies themselves.

The Skyline View
03/25/2016
Private colleges are worth the bills

As difficult as it is to transfer, it's a process many community college students go through. When applying for transfer, students have to weigh out the many schools to choose from. For some, a public state college like San Francisco State University should suffice, while others aim for a private college like Dominican University.

Twitter icon Youtube icon Flickr icon