Black Hat Hackers stick their sticky fingers in everyone’s day

Erik Acosta, Opinions Editor

December 4, 2018

Filed under Column, Opinion

Disclaimer, the Opinion of this Reporter does not reflect the Opinions of the Mesa Press.   We live in an age where our day to day operations rely on our smartphones. From working out business deals, to infrastructure,...

KC’s Reading Korner

KC Longley, Features Editor

December 13, 2016

Filed under Column, Entertainment, Features, Opinion

With the holiday season comes breaks from school, freeing up a portion of time that many use to crack open a new book. For readers looking for some new material, these books both new and old are just what one needs to get rea...

Presidential results are in, America has been Trumped: What does this mean for the American people?

Jahnae Runnells, Opinion Editor

December 8, 2016

Filed under Column, Opinion

The results of the election has many left in confusion and disbelief. Many are forced to wonder what this country really is about. And the question still arise, “Whats next”? We may never know. This system is set up like our...

What do we tell our children now?

Tatyana Ratcliff, Staff Writer

December 6, 2016

Filed under Column, Opinion

“Mommy, Isaac said I’m white. But I told him it’s not about skin color. It’s about what’s inside. Mr. Steve said that’s right”. This is what my son came home from school telling me, amongst other things. How is...

KC’s Book Korner

KC Longley, Features Editor

December 6, 2016

Filed under Column, Featured A&E, Features, Opinion

In a society where the issue of sexual assault occurring on college campuses is all too common, there is a demographic of authors who attempt to tackle the tricky topic, including Maria Padian, the author of the young adult ...

Student-Mommy Life

Student-Mommy Life

November 3, 2016

Student-Mommy Life

Student-Mommy Life

November 3, 2016

KC’s Book Korner

KC Longley, Features Editor

October 20, 2016

Filed under Column, Features, Top Stories

There have been many progressive steps taken in the U.S. lately, slowly making American citizens feel more comfortable in their own skin while being in this country. However, not everything is seamless and easy. Day in and day...

KC’s Reading Korner

KC Longley, Staff Writer

May 5, 2016

Filed under Column, Features, Opinion

Since the end of the semester is coming up, it seems appropriate to highlight some of the most highly anticipated books that will be released over summer vacation. This summer is full of many genres that audiences have to look...

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