• Mesa president named finalist for SDCCD chancellor position
  • Chancellor announces majority of Spring 2021 classes will be online
Navigate Left
  • Something Newsy Ep. 25 - Celebrating Women

    Podcasts

    Something Newsy Ep. 25 – Celebrating Women’s History Month

  • One of Kanevsky

    Features

    Psychology professor debunks misinformation on TikTok

  • The APD is calling on Mesa to provide an Asian Studies Department in order to secure APIA student visibility on campus.

    News

    Asian Pacific Diversity Club calls on Mesa administration for Asian Studies

  • As escalating hate crimes against the Asian community ensue, the APIA community at Mesa is taking a stand.

    News

    Mesa APIA Committee takes stand against Asian hate

  • Juan Leyva, Junior Thrower for Mesa

    Sports

    Leyva on “track” for success

  • Eggies store front in Pacific Beach

    Features

    Eggies: A fun way to eat eggs

  • 1835 Studios Logo

    Features

    1835 Creative Studios opens its doors to artists and more

  • Americans have been ordered to wear masks in public since Apr. 3 2020

    News

    The Mesa Press recap of the year spent in quarantine

  • LONG BEACH, CA - FEBRUARY 02: People enter and exit a Ralphs store which Kroger, its parent company will shut down in response to the city imposing a "hero pay" increase of 4 dollars per house in on Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2021 in Long Beach, CA. The Ralphs is located at 3380 N. Los Coyotes Diagonal. (Dania Maxwell / Los Angeles Times)

    Opinion

    Clean up on aisle COVID

  • Philosophy serves as a tool for making sense of our world.

    Opinion

    Philosophy matters

Navigate Right
Asian Pacific Diversity Club calls on Mesa administration for Asian Studies
News

During the Asian Pacific Islander American (APIA) Committee meeting on March 24, the Asian Pacific Diversity (APD) Club called on the Mesa administration to provide students with an APIA Studies department. Brian Huynh, a second-year student at Mesa and President of the APD, said his demand is crucial...

Continue Reading
Mesa APIA Committee takes stand against Asian hate
The Mesa Press recap of the year spent in quarantine
SDCCD Board of Trustees selects Carlos O. Cortez as next chancellor
Carlos O. Turner-Cortez selected as finalist in SDCCD chancellor search
“Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome” event highlights: ‘America’s greatest pathology is her denial’
Mesa hosts STEM Lecture Series
View All
Clean up on aisle COVID
Philosophy matters

Philosophy matters

March 17, 2021

Recalling Newsom is a no-brainer

Recalling Newsom is a no-brainer

February 26, 2021

The “Recall Newsom” movement is a wolf in sheep’s clothing

The “Recall Newsom” movement is a wolf in sheep’s clothing

February 26, 2021

View All
Leyva on “track” for success
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

Mesa Women’s Basketball eager to shoot their shot

Mesa Women’s Basketball eager to shoot their shot

February 25, 2021

Men’s basketball playing the long game

Men’s basketball playing the long game

February 16, 2021

View All
Activate Search
The independent student  news site of San Diego Mesa College.
The independent student news site of San Diego Mesa College.