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    STEM Lecture Series: Frogs Caught Red-Legged

  • Marvel Studios

    Opinion

    Why the “MCU” continues to dominate Hollywood

  • Printed cards serve as a creative stand-in for the classic exhibition catalog for the Mesa Art Gallery

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    Art exhibit sparks new interest in printmaking

  • Willie Wingz posing in front of Barrio Food Hub via instagram @willie_wingz

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    Willie and the ghost kitchen

  • Mental health awareness is not an individualistic concern. It is a societal concern, and our awareness of ought to persist past the month of May.

    Opinion

    Mental health awareness cannot be confined to the month of May

  • The District Governance Council College Police Review Task Force is a committee of SDCCD students, faculty and staff that formed as a response to systemic racism in the context of policing.

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    SDCCD College Police Review Task Force releases list of policy recommendations

  • A photo of the members of the GRF during their weekly meeting.

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    The Green Revolving Fund is looking for support in creating funding for sustainability projects at Mesa College

  • View of the tecolote ranunculus flowers at the Carlsbad Flower Fields

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    Take a trip down to the Carlsbad Super Bloom

  • Barbie Q, left, and Raquelita, right, sing the song "Baby Shark" during Drag Queen Story Time at the Chula Vista Civic Center Library on Sept. 10, 2019.

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    ‘Las Reinas de los Cuentos’ celebrates magic of storytelling through art of drag

  • President Joe Biden outlines his administration

    Opinion

    Biden proposal redefines infrastructure and subsidizes corporations

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STEM Lecture Series: Frogs Caught Red-Legged
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On May 4, Mesa College hosted a virtual event in continuation with their Spring 2021 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Lecture Series. The event was widely praised by students and faculty, and garnered nearly 100 attendees. The featured guest speaker was conservationist and biologist...

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SDCCD College Police Review Task Force releases list of policy recommendations
The Green Revolving Fund is looking for support in creating funding for sustainability projects at Mesa College
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Why the “MCU” continues to dominate Hollywood

Why the “MCU” continues to dominate Hollywood

May 9, 2021

Mental health awareness cannot be confined to the month of May

Mental health awareness cannot be confined to the month of May

May 3, 2021

Biden proposal redefines infrastructure and subsidizes corporations

Biden proposal redefines infrastructure and subsidizes corporations

April 29, 2021

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Olympians have returned back to campus
Women’s softball going full steam ahead

Women’s softball going full steam ahead

April 21, 2021

Leyva on “track” for success

Leyva on “track” for success

March 24, 2021

All spring sports officially cancelled, teams making pushes for next fall

All spring sports officially cancelled, teams making pushes for next fall

March 2, 2021

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