SDCCD Trustees Meeting: Mesa, Where Students’ Feel Most at Home

Alexandra Aboukhater, Staff Writer

December 3, 2019

            The San Diego Community College District Board of Trustees recently held a meeting at San Diego Mesa College to discuss funding, budgeting, and showcasing the current success of Mesa’s programs. On Nov. 14, ...

“Waves” Will put you Through a Wave of Heartbreak

Alexandra Aboukhater, Staff Writer

December 3, 2019

The independent film “Waves” introduces the life of a teenager Tyler(Kelvin Harrison Jr.) a thriving high school star athlete whose family has to endure an appalling tragedy and all its elements, loss, hate, forgiveness, and empathy. Empathy is the underlying theme of the film that director Trey Edward Shults organically brings out in the story with the help of cinematographer...

On Air talent gets her day

On Air talent gets her day

November 25, 2019

Taste of Mesa brings food galore to Mesa

Jaclyn Levine, News Editor

November 18, 2019

The Mesa Culinary Arts/Management program’s fundraising event “Taste of Mesa” showcased the creativity and skill of student chefs, Culinary Arts alumni, and professional chefs from local restaurants. The event which took place on...

The Reality of the Vietnam War

Alexandra Aboukhater, Staff Writer

November 15, 2019

                  During the week following Veterans Day, San Diego Mesa College hosted a panel discussion for students titled the “Chicano Experiences in Vietnam”. The Nov. 6 discussion panel was arranged to honor veterans, but also to discuss and dive into the Chicano/a community’s role in the Viet...

First LGBTQ+ Ball

Alexandra Aboukhater, Staff Writer

October 29, 2019

                San Diego Mesa College has put together their first LGBTQ+ Celebration Week in honor of national coming out week. For the celebration, the Gender-Sexuality Alliance (GSA), Fashion Club, and various stude...

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