Comfort comes to Mesa College

Finals season is coming into full effect this week at San Diego Mesa College and students are sorting everything out for their final grades. Compared to last semester's finals week, with the closing of the Learning Resource Center (LRC), this one seems to be normal. In order to continue this effect of simplicity and to help avoid stress, Mesa College's...

Comfort comes to Mesa College

Comfort comes to Mesa College

Marcel E. Anderson, Editor-in-Chief

Finals season is coming into full effect this week at San Diego Mesa College and students are sorting everything out for their final grades. Compared to...

May 25, 2017

San Diego Community College District celebrates graduate and transfer students

San Diego Community College District celebrates graduate and transfer students

Johnaysha Davis-Escalera, Staff Writer

Faculty members from the three San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) campuses collaborated to organize an event dedicated to celebrating students...

May 24, 2017

Students Hear Income Tax Lecture

Ian Caffarel, Staff Writer

With tax day on April 15 (or, for the last two years, April 18,) how to file taxes is something that seems daunting, but most of those worries are unfounded. Benjamin Franklin once said, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Now, while death is a given, taxes are something that can preoccupy people’s minds, ...

May 23, 2017

Mesa, SDSU, and UCSD students- beware of possible scam

Mesa, SDSU, and UCSD students- beware of possible scam

Chris Anthony, News Editor

Earlier this semester, The Mesa Press received a letter from a student named Mel, who requested that we investigate a flyer posted around campus advertisin...

May 23, 2017

Black Student Union gets ‘real’ with open talk

Black Student Union gets ‘real’ with open talk

Jessica Clemons, Staff Writer

The Black Student Union and other students on campus gathered on April 25 for a short “Real Talk” panel to discuss success and responsibility of college ...

May 16, 2017

Left out, left behind and left unheard

Left out, left behind and left unheard

Jessica Clemons, Staff Writer

Students, faculty and community members gathered on April 13 to read and perform pieces about being a “voice from the left”, a marginalized group ...

May 16, 2017

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Why journalism’s shift to media is great

Why journalism’s shift to media is great

Marcel E. Anderson, Editor-in-Chief

The world of journalism is one that is perpetually changing as time goes on, and technology advances. Assuming this, the world can see the different highs and lows of working...

May 25, 2017

Why North Korea Is No Threat

May 25, 2017

Subliminal racism lies within everyday speech

May 23, 2017

“Boss Baby” beats “Ghost in the Shell” in Box Office

“Boss Baby” beats “Ghost in the Shell” in Box Office

May 11, 2017

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Mesa College celebrates 10th annual Star Awards

Mesa College celebrates 10th annual Star Awards

San Diego Mesa College hosted their 10th annual Star Awards acknowledging academic achievements, community spirit, and athletic excellence of Mesa College athletes on May 2. ...

May 21, 2017

Garrido stays undefeated, wins 2017 championship

Garrido stays undefeated, wins 2017 championship

May 16, 2017

63-year-old Mesa Diver defying all odds

63-year-old Mesa Diver defying all odds

May 15, 2017

Danielle Garrido prepares for Pacific Coast Athletic Conference (PCAC) Tournament

Danielle Garrido prepares for Pacific Coast Athletic Conference (PCAC) Tournament

May 2, 2017

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