Equifax was hacked twice, possibly affecting 143 million, and didn’t inform the public promptly

Equifax, one of three of the world's largest credit reporting agencies, has now admitted to have been hit by a second cyberattack by the same hackers from before, as reported by Bloomberg, only this time, it happened five months earlier than the previously reported one. Urgent though the occurrence of a cyberattack may be, it still begs the quest...

Equifax was hacked twice, possibly affecting 143 million, and didn’t inform the public promptly

Chris Anthony, Editor In Chief

Equifax, one of three of the world's largest credit reporting agencies, has now admitted to have been hit by a second cyberattack by the same hackers from before, as reported by Bloomberg, only this time, it happened five months earlier than the previously reported one. Urgent though the occurrence of a cyberattack may be, it still begs the quest...

September 21, 2017

Chancellor’s Forum Reveals News About Enrollment, No Budget Cuts.

Adriana Orozco, Staff Writer

The Chancellor’s Forum was held at San Diego Mesa College on Sept. 12 and it focused on enrollment issues and the district's current budget as well as other issues.   San Diego Community College District Chancellor Dr. Constance M. Carroll opened the forum with good news for faculty and staff regarding budget cuts and downsizing staff siz...

September 20, 2017

A quick ride to A quick ticket

A quick ride to A quick ticket

Recently there has been an increase in enforcement on the skateboard policy around Mesa College Campus. Still, many students persist to ride skateboards...

September 20, 2017

Fruit for students

Fruit for students

Kirsten Cesna, News Writer

As the school year blossoms so do the fruit trees that were planted for students to enjoy while attending Mesa college. There are over 17 trees planted...

September 20, 2017

Trump administration rescinds DACA, hundreds rally to defend program

Trump administration rescinds DACA, hundreds rally to defend program

Rebeca Partida Montes, News Editor

On September 5, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the Trump administration’s plan to end the Deferred Action Childhood Arrivals program (DACA), an ...

September 11, 2017

Student gets arrested on campus

Josue Lozano Rodriguez, Features Editor

A Mesa student was arrested on Wednesday, Aug. 23. The incident happened near the campus tennis courts after an officer responded to a call made by a female student. According to a statement by Dr. Constance M. Carroll, San Diego Community College District Chancellor, the arrest resulted in an officer requiring medical attention. Christopher White,...

August 29, 2017

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Textbooks are modern robber barons

Textbooks are modern robber barons

The beginning fall semester marks the beginning a new school year, which means students need to buy supplies necessary for class: things like pens, pencils, paper, and binders....

September 15, 2017

2017 music, crappier than last year

2017 music, crappier than last year

September 14, 2017

Black lives and their minds matter, and that is not up for debate

Black lives and their minds matter, and that is not up for debate

September 14, 2017

Why journalism’s shift to media is great

Why journalism’s shift to media is great

May 25, 2017

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New Workout Facility in Exercise Science Building promotes student health and provides convenience

Dorian Uson, Staff Writer

The new workout facility in the Exercise Science building is equipped with state of the art workout machines allowing students to have access to cardio, weight training, an...

September 20, 2017

Women’s Volleyball 5-6 with 14 games left

Women’s Volleyball 5-6 with 14 games left

September 19, 2017

Mesa’s Football Team Is Off To An Amazing Start

Mesa’s Football Team Is Off To An Amazing Start

September 14, 2017

Mesa College celebrates 10th annual Star Awards

Mesa College celebrates 10th annual Star Awards

May 21, 2017

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