Professors discuss election at teach-in

In a political climate of anxiety and confusion, Mesa professors dug into their disciplines to explain the recent election to students at a “teach-in” on Nov. 30. Lecturers from a range of departments took turns at a microphone set up in front of the Learning Resource Center and shared with an audience of about 60 students and faculty members the... Read more »

Professors discuss election at teach-in

Professors discuss election at teach-in

Emma Bloom

In a political climate of anxiety and confusion, Mesa professors dug into their disciplines to explain the recent election to students at a “teach-in”...  Read More »

Dec 2

An inter-faith dialogue to educate about world’s religions

Dasha Vovk, Staff Writer

 Representatives from five local faith communities had a deep conversation about their religion’s beliefs and perspectives on Nov. 16 at the Learning Resource Center’s room 435.  Titled “Living The 1st Amendment in San Diego,” the event was moderated by honors student Hasti Ahmadi. Guests from the Baha’i Community of San Diego, ...  Read More »

Dec 1

STEM Lecture Series continues at Mesa

Emma Bloom, Staff Writer

Dr. Carl Ware stood at the front of the auditorium discussing how his team's research had established a definitive link between cancer and the immune system on Oct. 27. The auditorium's seats were mostly taken and the students who filled them were fixated on what he had to say. "Insights Into Our Sixth Sense: Our Immune System" was the second life sciences...  Read More »

Nov 23

Intersession is back at Mesa College

Ashley Madara, Writer

This January, students will be able to take intersession classes at Mesa for the first time since 2008. Intersession classes will be compressed into four week classes, that are taught in between the fall and spring semesters, during winter break. Classes start Jan. 3, 2017 and end on Jan. 28, 2017 right before the spring semester starts. After budget...  Read More »

Nov 19

Kluwe promotes tolerance at Mesa

Kluwe promotes tolerance at Mesa

KC Longley, Features Editor

Former NFL player and author Chris Kluwe spoke to Mesa College students and faculty on Oct. 25 about the importance of everyone being treated equally as...  Read More »

Nov 15

Mesa students and staff warned of “virtual kidnappers”

Mesa students and staff warned of “virtual kidnappers”

Chris Anthony, Staff Writer

In an email sent out by the San Diego Community College District Police Department in late October, Mesa students and staff were warned about phone calls...  Read More »

Nov 10

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Pipeline construction ordered to haul

Pipeline construction ordered to haul

Tremaine Harvey, Staff Writer

The Obama administration has finally listened to the people and has halted the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. This decision came shortly after, 2,000 veterans...  Read More »

Dec 6

What do we tell our children now?

December 6, 2016

KC’s Book Korner

December 6, 2016

The war on Christmas

The war on Christmas

December 2, 2016

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Mesa 2016 fall sports season in review

Mesa 2016 fall sports season in review

Alexis Camel, Sports Editor

The 2016 fall sports season for Mesa college featured five of the six sports teams gaining playoff berths, five Olympians being named Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Athlete...  Read More »

Dec 6

Dominant season for Mesa Women’s Soccer is far from over

Dominant season for Mesa Women’s Soccer is far from over

November 15, 2016

NFL fumbles another domestic violence case

NFL fumbles another domestic violence case

November 15, 2016

Player Profile: Ronnie Ochoa

November 10, 2016

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