50-year-old book artist returns to Mesa for degree

Candyce Fischer

September 17, 2007

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Mesa Student Sally Hagy-Boyer pulls a book called "A Find Gone" from a nondescript shoebox filled with books of all shapes, sizes, colors and media. Inside the cover spotted with real rust, a single page opens in a series of...

The deal with crashing classes

Cecilia Felix

September 17, 2007

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Students trying to enroll in a class at Mesa better act fast before classes fill up. Many wait until the last minute to register because they are unsure if they want to attend school this semester or wait another year. Often...

Girl Power meets GIS in Mesa pilot project

Andrea Kerry

May 28, 2007

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Mesa College will be starting a new project aimed at increasing participation by female students in technology classes and facilitate their transition into technology careers. The 5-year program, known as CalWomenTech, will be...

How to respond to rape and agression

William Felix

May 28, 2007

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Punching, kicking and grappling are just some of the defense techniques taught during the Rape Aggression Defense program or R.A.D. The program is offered to all Mesa women students and staff at no charge. This nationwide program...

Turnitin helps Mesa teachers prevent plagiarism

Shayla Durrett

May 28, 2007

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Mesa has been taking measures to prevent plagiarism for the past two years with a subscription to Turnitin.com, the online plagiarism prevention site. Mesa spends about $5,000 each year for the service that includes Peer Review, GradeMark...

2007 Commencement Ceremony

William Felix

May 28, 2007

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The 2007 Commencement Ceremony, honoring Mesa graduates will take place on Saturday, June 2, 2007 beginning at 4:00 pm, at the Jenny Craig Pavilion located inside the University of San Diego (USD). The deadline to register for...

Safety of TJ in question

William Felix

May 7, 2007

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Currently more than 100 clubs and bars are located throughout the vibrant city of Tijuana, Mexico, making the city an attraction to hundreds of college students on a weekly basis. But how safe is it for these students to travel...

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