Black History Month kicks off at Mesa College

During the month of February, a light is shined on the essence of black history, and at Mesa College different events take place to do so. The kickoff to these events took place just after the month began, wasting no time to highlight a part of America’s culture. On Feb. 2, an event was held at the Rosa Parks Transit Bus Stop, located on Mesa College... Read more »

Black History Month kicks off at Mesa College

Black History Month kicks off at Mesa College

Marcel E Anderson, Editor-in-Chief

During the month of February, a light is shined on the essence of black history, and at Mesa College different events take place to do so. The kickoff...  Read More »

Feb 9

Quiet Neighborhood Stunned by Swat Standoff

Quiet Neighborhood Stunned by Swat Standoff

Caitlyn Landi-Bishop, Staff Writer

Residents on Mount Saint Helens Dr. located in Clairemont, San Diego had a terrifying night as a resident,  Hayden Gerson, 33, assaulted police officers...  Read More »

Dec 16

Black Student Leadership Symposia

Black Student Leadership Symposia

Tatyana Ratcliff, Staff Writer

Black Student Leadership Symposia On Friday, December 9, 2016 in MC 211 A & B, a Black Student Leadership Symposia took place. This event was put...  Read More »

Dec 16

Real Talk: Realization

Real Talk: Realization

Tatyana Ratcliff, Staff Writer

On September 21, 2016 inside classroom I4-311, the Umoja Community Mesa Academy Program presented a panel called “Real Talk”. Professor, Academic advisor...  Read More »

Dec 14

Smoke emergency interrupts finals week

Smoke emergency interrupts finals week

Marcel E Anderson, Editor-in-Chief

Due to an electrical malfunction in a cargo elevator, San Diego Mesa College's Learning Resource Center (LRC) was closed on Tuesday Dec. 13. The building...  Read More »

Dec 13

Great Barrier Reef Color Bleaching Epidemic

Great Barrier Reef Color Bleaching Epidemic

Caitlyn Landi-Bishop, Staff Writer

The Great Barrier Reef is one of the world’s greatest treasures, but also seems to have suffered tragically with its greatest Color Bleaching epidemic...  Read More »

Dec 9

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SDCCD is an immigrant safe-space

SDCCD is an immigrant safe-space

Tremaine Harvey, Opinion Editor

The San Diego Community College District declared, in a letter late January, that it will not participate in any form of immigration enforcement. The email sent out to students...  Read More »

Feb 4

Should Celebrities Be Involved in Politics?

December 16, 2016

College life

College life

December 16, 2016

It’s “Almost Christmas”: Movie Review

It’s “Almost Christmas”: Movie Review

December 16, 2016

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The repercussions of relocation: Animosity towards Kevin Durant

Will Gorka, Writer/Photographer

Kevin Durant shook up the landscape of the NBA this summer when he decided to abandon his Oklahoma City Thunder teammates to join forces with Stephen Curry and the Golden...  Read More »

Dec 12

Mesa 2016 fall sports season in review

Mesa 2016 fall sports season in review

December 6, 2016

Dominant season for Mesa Women’s Soccer is far from over

Dominant season for Mesa Women’s Soccer is far from over

November 15, 2016

NFL fumbles another domestic violence case

NFL fumbles another domestic violence case

November 15, 2016

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