New film about the McDonald’s massacre opens in San Diego

Chris Anthony, Staff Writer

The lives of 21 people were taken away in 1984, when a killer opened fire inside a McDonald’s in San Ysidro. In the powerful and shocking documentary, “77 Minutes,” victims of the historically tragic McDonald’s massacre share what it was like to be there when many people were fatally shot. Police explain why it took 77 minutes to take down one...  Read More »

Sep 29

The Motivational Force that is Sade Burrell

Jex Stroud, Staff Writer

Sade Burrell, a new faculty member since April 2016, and contributor to a newly renewed San Diego Mesa College that helps fostered youths and undocumented students get benefits on campus, starts her day by writing down three things she is thankful for. While she is new on campus, Burrell is not new to helping people and being inspirational.  As...  Read More »

Sep 22

SDCCD Chancellor Praises Mesa College and outlines plans for the future.

Alex Jarrell, Staff Writer

The San Diego Community College District Chancellor Dr. Constance M. Carroll spoke, on Sep. 13, to an audience of instructors, students, and academic senate members about the state of the districts goals, funding, student populations, and how these affect the future of the district moving into the future. As outlined by Carroll’s PowerPoint the...  Read More »

Sep 20

Mesa Tutoring and Computing Center (MT2C) in the LRC

Tremaine Harvey, Staff Writer

San Diego Mesa College’s, Learning Resource Center has transformed part of its bottom floor into its reconceived tutoring center. The Mesa Tutoring and Computing Center, previously the Academic Skills Center, is on the first, second, and fourth floors of the LRC. The first floor of the LRC is now offering free academic tutoring from professional...  Read More »

Sep 17

Beloved San Diego Mesa College dance professor has died

Rebeca Partida Montes, Staff Writer/Photographer

Beloved San Diego Mesa College professor Jan Ellis has died. Ellis was a part of the Mesa College community for 33 years. She served as the Department Chair for Physical Education, Dance, and Athletics from 2012 until her retirement in August 2015.           Ellis taught many areas of dance including: Jazz Dance & Performance, Dance R...  Read More »

Sep 16

The New Mesa Commons

The New Mesa Commons

Caitlyn Landi-Bishop, Staff Writer

The official reveal of the brand-new and 73,000 square foot Commons at San Diego Mesa College was this past Wednesday, Sep. 14. A significant number of...  Read More »

Sep 15

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Sexual assault affects everyone

KC Longley, Features Editor

Being a woman in this society comes with many types of baggage. “Does this outfit make me look weird?” “Will people judge me if I say this out-loud?” “Does...  Read More »

September 15, 2016

How can we teach people that murder is wrong by murdering people?

September 15, 2016

Pan-African living commons on college campus

September 15, 2016

Pokémon GO sparks controversy amongst public

September 15, 2016

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Olivia Tomlin is blocking everything coming her way on the volleyball court

Ashley Madara, Staff Writer

After coming off two consecutive wins, Mesa College’s gym was packed with excitement on a late September evening. Mesa’s Women Volleyball was taking on Ventura College in a...  Read More »

September 15, 2016

Mesa’s Own Olympian Brittney Reese Brings Home a Positive Message Along With Her Second Olympic Medal

September 15, 2016

Men’s tennis ready to be competitive this year

May 20, 2016

Chargers Host DraftFest for Community

May 17, 2016

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