The Feast of Mesa Commences

The Feast of Mesa Commences

Marcel Anderson, News Editor

San Diego Mesa College hosted their second Thanksgiving dinner for students unable to go home to their families, or prepare food for themselves, on Thursday...  Read More »

Dec 17

International Education Opportunities at Mesa College

International Education Opportunities at Mesa College

Lora Neshovska, Features Editor

International Education Week kicked off at Mesa College on Tuesday, Nov. 17, bringing worldly appreciation and cultural diversity to the campus. The ev...  Read More »

Nov 20

Sustainability Week Summit Raises Awareness

Bijan Izadi, Photo editor

The sustainability summit on Oct 23 brought kids from the on campus high school, the surrounding high schools, and students from Mesa together to learn and talk about the ideas and the pressing issues facing society regarding climate change. This diverse group of students were exposed to ideas that are currently, and will soon be shaping the future...  Read More »

Nov 10

Meditation Room proposed at Mesa

Meditation Room proposed at Mesa

Shane O'Connell, Staff Writer

At last week’s Academic Senate meeting Judy Sundayo, the Committee for Diversity Action, Inclusion, & Equity (CDAIE) chair, introduced a proposal...  Read More »

Nov 5

Campus police continue efforts to keep schools safe

Jennifer Ovalle, Staff Writer

The horrific massacre that rocked the community of Rosenburg,Ore. not only brought attention to the issue that’s plaguing the nation and reignited the gun control debate, but it also raised a new question, what steps will campus police take to make community colleges safe? The gun violence in learning institutions has seemingly graduated out...  Read More »

Oct 22

Equity Week promotes truth about adjuncts

Equity Week promotes truth about adjuncts

Shane O'Connell, Staff Writer

With duck hunters all over the country in the last stages of preparation for the 2015 season opening on the 24th, the Fall Classic set to begin on the...  Read More »

Oct 22

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A Debate on Om; The Pro Side

A Debate on Om; The Pro Side

Lora Neshovska, Features Editor

Many schools and college campuses across the country have installed a prayer room in the facility to honor students’ religious identities. This decision, much like any ot...  Read More »

December 20, 2015

Mainstream Culture Toxic in Today’s Society

December 17, 2015

Adult film actor James Deen and his now ex-girlfriend and fellow adult film actress, Stoya attending the Venice Film Festival in 2013.

When a “degenerate” industry sets an example Hollywood should follow

December 4, 2015

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Haggen: Over and Done With

December 3, 2015

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Women’s Water Polo wins first-ever state title

Women’s Water Polo wins first-ever state title

Jimmy Hausauer, Sports Writer

The No. 2-seeded San Diego Mesa Women’s Water Polo team won it’s first state title ever against number one seeded Riverside, 9-7. Madi Atkins was a cornerstone, and MVP,...  Read More »

December 15, 2015

San Diego Chargers fan Jesse Constancio, a season ticket holder for 22 years, speaks to television cameras as he and other fans enter Spreckles Theater for a town hall meeting with NFL representatives to discuss the future of the Chargers in San Diego on Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015.

Chargers Fans Make Plea at Town Hall Meeting

November 10, 2015

Mesa surfer Jason Belgau shredding a wave at Black's Beach.

Mesa Surf Club Competes Fiercely

November 10, 2015

Billy Eppler, right, is announced as the new general manager for the Los Angeles Angels on Monday, Oct. 5, 2015, at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif. Club President John Carpino is at left. (Gina Ferazzi/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

Mesa alumnus Billy Eppler hired as new Angels General Manager

November 10, 2015

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