Women survivors share their stories

    Women’s History Month is almost halfway through, and Mesa College has presented an abundance of events for the community that range from shared poetry to informative sessions on abuse, standing in solidarity with women, women’s rights, and their historic triumphs throughout time.     Laurie MacKenzie, Behavioral Sciences & Multicultur...

Women survivors share their stories

Becca Partida Montes, FEATURES EDITOR

    Women’s History Month is almost halfway through, and Mesa College has presented an abundance of events for the community that range from shared poetry to informative sessions on abuse, standing in solidarity with women, women’s rights, and their historic triumphs throughout time.     Laurie MacKenzie, Behavioral Sciences & Multicultur...

March 21

Fashion Club sews for children in Africa

Fashion Club sews for children in Africa

Jessica Clemons, Staff Writer

The Fashion Club hosted a charity sewing event on March 13 to transform pillowcases into dresses for young children in need in Africa. Susan Lazaer, ad...

March 16

Late Inning Heroics Push US Past Venezuela

Late Inning Heroics Push US Past Venezuela

Ray San Giovanni, Sports Editor

If I asked “are you watching the World Baseball Classic”? You, along with thousands of others would have the same answer, “NO.” Well, you have be...

March 16

A Day Without Women

A Day Without Women

Rachel Hauser, Staff Writer

The success from the women’s march has led to more women coming together and joining as one to continue to make progress on equal rights and privileges....

March 14

Chelsea King’s Light is Getting Brighter

Chelsea King’s Light is Getting Brighter

Rachel Hauser, Staff Writer

With each loss, a greater strength is gained. Seven years ago, on Feb. 25, Chelsea King was brutally killed. The pain that King’s family and friends...

March 13

San Diegans march for immigrants and refugees

Diana Mora, Staff Writer

About 4,000 San Diegans from diverse backgrounds marched on Feb. 18, in solidarity with immigrants and refugees living within the county, and demanded Mayor Kevin Faulconer take action against President Trump’s immigration policies. The march began on the West side of the Waterfront park, and reached all the way to Edward J. Schwartz Federal Building wh...

March 9

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Coincidental traits of cults leaders

Jessica Clemons, Staff Writer

There are many aspects that contribute to a cult. In many cases, the cult and cult leader view things as completely one sided, not always taking into consideration the opposing...

March 23

The Truth That Needs to Get Out

March 19

Lifting the veil of anti-Semitism

Lifting the veil of anti-Semitism

March 15

Milo Goes to College

March 15

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Late Inning Heroics Push US Past Venezuela

Late Inning Heroics Push US Past Venezuela

Ray San Giovanni, Sports Editor

If I asked “are you watching the World Baseball Classic”? You, along with thousands of others would have the same answer, “NO.” Well, you have been missing out! Not only ar...

March 16

Mesa Student Athlete Finds A Safe Haven

Mesa Student Athlete Finds A Safe Haven

March 16

Olympians fight for playoff bid

Olympians fight for playoff bid

February 21

The repercussions of relocation: Animosity towards Kevin Durant

December 12

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