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...

KC’s Reading Korner

KC Longley, Staff Writer

April 28, 2016

Filed under Column, Features, Opinion, Top Stories

The amazing thing about authors is that they are able to create a world where readers can dive in and experience a completely different reality. Some are so good at their job that they can make one feel the emotions of the characters...

KC’s Reading Korner

KC’s Reading Korner

April 19, 2016

KC’s Reading Korner

March 10, 2016

KC’s Reading Korner

KC Longley, Staff Writer

February 25, 2016

Filed under Column, Features

What is it with human beings that we stick to the things we know? Sometimes it’s hard for us to break out of our comfort zone, in any situation. However, speaking as someone who occasionally prefers the company of books over...

Down and Gritty: American Politics, Climate Change, and You

Shane O'Connell, Staff Writer

September 8, 2015

Filed under Column, Opinion, Uncategorized

Two weeks ago we started back to school and, for most of us, dealing with the stress of first parking then finding your way to class through the construction and 25,000 other kids trying to do the same thing, was more than enough. Yet,...

Human rights for immigrants in the urban United States: battling hegemonic spatialization

Hilina Gudeta

April 25, 2014

Filed under Column, Opinion

Note from the editor: The following series of articles is written by Hilina Gudeta, a second-year Mesa College student, in her efforts to promote human rights, cultural awareness and diversity as a U.S. immigrant. Although she...

Human rights for immigrants in the urban United States: Cheetos and aliens

Hilina Gudeta

April 23, 2014

Filed under Column, Opinion

Note from the editor: The following series of articles is written by Hilina Gudeta, a second-year Mesa College student, in her efforts to promote human rights, cultural awareness and diversity as a U.S. immigrant. Although she...

Human rights for immigrants in the urban United States: introduction and bringing out the conscience

Hilina Gudeta

April 14, 2014

Filed under Column, Opinion

Note from the editor: The following series of articles is written by Hilina Gudeta, a second-year Mesa College student, in her efforts to promote human rights, cultural awareness and diversity as a U.S. immigrant. Although she...

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