The Skyhawk View

March 2021Volume 4, Issue 2

SVCC's Student Peer Mentor Program
By Ethan Ainley, staff reporter
A new mental health program at SVCC gives students struggling a chance to receive help from peer mentors, and those mentors an opportunity to gain experience helping their peers. 
Faculty Feature
By Scott VanZuiden
My name is Scott VanZuiden, but many of my students call me Mr. V for short.
Review: Eggs in Paradise
By Glen Wicks, staff reporter
If you plan on ordering takeout from Eggs in Paradise, you can expect good customer service which is one of the restaurant’s strengths. 
Satire: Woman loses glasses in optical shop
By Nic Bullock
Gayle Thomas, 67 was shopping for new glasses at her local Wal-Mart’s optical department when she accidently lost her own pair of glasses on the frame display board.
2021 Petunia Fest Parade Fireworks Will Happen
By Nic Bullock, area news reporter
The 2021 Petunia Fest parade will happen this year in Dixon, as well as the annual fireworks display.
Side effects of the COVID-19 vaccines
By Nic Bullock, area news reporter
As the vaccines for COVID-19 become more accessible, people have described the side effects in varying degrees of severity. Some people experience little to no effects in the following days, while others feel very sick for a day or two after receiving the shots.
Review: “Judas and the Black Messiah”
By Ethan Ainley, Lifestyle Reporter
A strong cast and an exciting up-and-coming director help bring this true story to film.
Nice knights finish last, p. 1
By Micah Green
Nice knights finish last, p. 1
A shot of reality
By Glenn Wicks, SVCC news reporter
On Wednesday March 3rd, Sauk Valley Community College offered all of its students a chance to participate in an online show on Zoom called “A Shot of Reality.
Nice knights finish last, p. 2
By Micah Green
Nice knights finish last, p. 2
Wyatt's World
By Joseph Magana
A comic strip by Joseph Magana