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Two tons of trash disposed in another successful Canyon Day

Thomas Frey, Sports Editor
April 14, 2014

No trash bags managed to stay empty in Tecolote Canyon on Apr. 12 as over 180 volunteers took part in the seventh annual Canyon Day... READ MORE »»

Caption: Volunteers chop down overgrown arundo, an invasive foreign species that kills indigenous plants.

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Preaching the gospel of hate

Chris Madaffer, Staff Writer
April 10, 2014

Correction from the editor: In the original publication, Fred Phelps Jr. — the first son of Fred Phelps Sr. — was mistakenly attributed... READ MORE »»

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Third place Mesa baseball looking to not strike out

Thomas Frey, Sports Editor
April 10, 2014

Mesa baseball, who sits at 8-8 in conference and 16-12 overall will look to finish the season strong so that they can make the playoffs. “I... READ MORE »»

Caption: Mesa sophomore Ryan Lawson runs to first on a base hit. He leads the team with a .346 batting average.

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Behind the pink mustache

Karina Alvarez- Calderon, Staff writer
April 7, 2014

Lyft is an “on-demand” transportation service that costs about 30 percent less than a taxi would. In addition to it being cost... READ MORE »»

Students at Mesa College are able to use all the tools and services the Transfer Center has to offer.

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Applicant Denied: Transfer Center has alternatives

Karina Alvarez- Calderon, Staff writer
March 13, 2014

San Diego Mesa College is known for being “the transfer college” due to its constant efforts to provide students with information,... READ MORE »»

Caption: Students at Mesa College are able to use all the tools and services the Transfer Center has to offer.

Human rights for immigrants in the urban United States: introduction and bringing out the conscience

Hilina Gudeta

Note from the editor: The following series of articles is written by Hilina Gudeta, a second-year Mesa College student, in her efforts to promote human rights, cultural awareness... read story

April 14, 2014 • 0 comments

There’s a difference between a career and a job

April 10, 2014

Preaching the gospel of hate

April 10, 2014

Tinder tries and fails to compete with real life

March 25, 2014

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Noah sparks worldwide debate making it one of this year’s “must-see” films

Noah sparks worldwide debate making it one of this year’s “must-see” films

Dorian King, News Editor

The film, “Noah”, has been met with an eruption of both praise and criticism. Grossing 43.7M in its first weekend, “Noah” has intrigued both the religious and the... read story

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Chiodos’ new album, “Devil,” heavenly to the ears

April 10, 2014

Hookah Fuses Everyone Together

April 9, 2014

Behind the pink mustache

April 7, 2014

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Two tons of trash disposed in another successful Canyon Day

Two tons of trash disposed in another successful Canyon Day

Thomas Frey, Sports Editor

No trash bags managed to stay empty in Tecolote Canyon on Apr. 12 as over 180 volunteers took part in the seventh annual Canyon Day at Mesa College in an effort to preserve... read story

April 14, 2014 • 0 comments

Total Lunar Eclipse on April 14, 2014

April 10, 2014

Diversity panel informs students on the importance of ethnic studies

March 30, 2014

Mesa State of the Students

March 24, 2014

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Third place Mesa baseball looking to not strike out

Third place Mesa baseball looking to not strike out

Thomas Frey, Sports Editor

Mesa baseball, who sits at 8-8 in conference and 16-12 overall will look to finish the season strong so that they can make the playoffs. “I just want to finish better than... read story

April 10, 2014 • 0 comments

Yoga is for anyone at any time

April 10, 2014

Softball in a race for the playoffs

March 13, 2014

Freshmen hold the key to winning for Men’s Tennis

March 12, 2014

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