Women survivors share their stories

Rebeca Partida Montes, Features Editor

March 21, 2017

Filed under News, Top Stories

    Women’s History Month is almost halfway through, and Mesa College has presented an abundance of events for the community that range from shared poetry to informative sessions on abuse, standing in solidarity with wom...

A Day Without Women

A Day Without Women

March 14, 2017

San Diegans march for immigrants and refugees

Diana Mora, Staff Writer

March 9, 2017

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About 4,000 San Diegans from diverse backgrounds marched on Feb. 18, in solidarity with immigrants and refugees living within the county, and demanded Mayor Kevin Faulconer take action against President Trump’s immigration policies. The march began ...

Financial Information Comes to Mesa

Ian Caffarel, Staff Writer

March 7, 2017

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On February 21, Rae Russell gave students at Mesa College received pertinent advice to people their age group: how to manage their money. Russell is a volunteer for the San Diego Financial Literacy Center, which provides free fin...

Mesa College prepares for accreditation visit

Chris Anthony, News Editor

February 26, 2017

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Six years have passed since the last accreditation visit, which means Mesa College is now due for another evaluation visit in March, the results of which will be decided in June. “Accreditation reaffirms our ability for feder...