Voices are heard about Islamophobia at Mesa College

Imam Taha Hassane, Director of the Islamic Center of San Diego, emphasized the importance of identifying, understanding and preventing discrimination within the Islamic community during a Cultural Unity Week/ Festival of Colors event at Mesa College on Apr. 10th. Hassane spoke to approximately 50 Mesa students during a speech about Islam. He opene...

Voices are heard about Islamophobia at Mesa College

Voices are heard about Islamophobia at Mesa College

Abby Hines, Staff Writer

Imam Taha Hassane, Director of the Islamic Center of San Diego, emphasized the importance of identifying, understanding and preventing discrimination ...

April 13, 2017

Trump-Russia connections keep emerging

Trump-Russia connections keep emerging

Chris Anthony, News Editor

As of writing this, it has officially been 83 days of President Donald Trump in office and the media has been uncovering connections between the current...

April 13, 2017

Death Experience Returns to Mesa

Death Experience Returns to Mesa

Ian Caffarel, Staff Writer

Under a dark, rainy sky, students at Mesa College were given a look at something even darker--the potential risks and consequences of driving under the influence....

April 4, 2017

Sean Spicer bans news networks from meeting

Chris Anthony, News Editor

White House press secretary Sean Spicer prevented several mainstream news media outlets from attending a non-televised “gaggle” meeting in his office. The gaggle was an alternative to the daily televised news briefings that usually occur, only this time reporters from The New York Times, CNN, Buzzfeed, Politico, the Los Angeles Times, the Gu...

April 3, 2017

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, 2017

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, 2017

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The dark side of recreational cannabis

Jessica Clemons, Staff Writer

The legalization of marijuana has created an uproar of support and disregard across the country. Although there are many benefits to smoking, ingesting, and even drinking m...

April 20, 2017

The Importance of a Recreational Drug

April 18, 2017

Comments and complaints regarding our administration

April 3, 2017

Coincidental traits of cults leaders

March 23, 2017

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San Diego basketball era ends

San Diego basketball era ends

Ray San Giovanni, Sports Editor

On April 11, an era of San Diego basketball came to an end. The news that so many San Diego basketball fans knew was coming, but hope would never come, finally became a re...

April 18, 2017

Mesa demolishes College of the Desert at home

Mesa demolishes College of the Desert at home

April 12, 2017

Mesa’s Mens Volley Ball team spikes a new season

Mesa’s Mens Volley Ball team spikes a new season

April 5, 2017

Late Inning Heroics Push US Past Venezuela

Late Inning Heroics Push US Past Venezuela

March 16, 2017

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