Poor service at Mesa

Josh Champlin, Sports Editor

October 3, 2013

Filed under Column, Opinion, Staff Editorial

At Mesa College, the student bookstore, the Mesa Cafe, and the C-Store all have a well- deserved reputation for terrible customer service. Whether students are just stopping in for a quick snack, picking up textbooks, or trying...

The High Five: The Top 5 Reasons To Take Public Transportation

M.A.Damron, Photo Editor

April 4, 2013

Filed under Column, Opinion

During my travels around the world, I have utilized public transportation in just about every country I have visited. Some are good, like Japan’s train system, where you pretty much don’t need a car. There is also bad transportation...

The High Five: 5 Reasons Why We Text

M.A. Damron, Photo Editor

March 12, 2013

Filed under Column, Opinion, Top Stories, Uncategorized

I gave a friend of mine a call who I haven’t spoken to in a really long time. We had a long and meaningful conversation while catching up on each other lives and remembering old stories. As we said our goodbyes, he tells me...

Vajazzling: Hot new trend or tacky distraction?

Edie Haughton and Andrew Fergin, Special to The Mesa Press

October 30, 2012

Filed under Column, Opinion, Pressed Up

Column: Pressed Up A his and hers column of exploration after dark Jewels belong on a denim vest, not female anatomy EDIE HAUGHTON Special to The Mesa Press Any idiot can think up a product, get a patent and market it to the m...

Counseling office lacking in counseling services

Erik Ysea, Opinion Editor

December 1, 2011

Filed under Column, Opinion

Instead of providing counseling services to students, the counseling office is pushing students away with no where to turn. In light of the growing number of obstacles students must face in order to acquire quality education...

Soldiers turn students as end to war nears

Erik Ysea, Opinion Editor

November 3, 2011

Filed under Column, Opinion

In mid-October, President Barack Obama announced that the United States’ military occupation of Iraq would officially cease and that the withdrawal of fewer than 40,000 American soldiers would be completed by the end of 2011....

Mesa on E: Cash refund is a cash defund

Erik Ysea, Opinion Editor

September 22, 2011

Filed under Column, Opinion

This year marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of California’s Beverage Container Recycling Program; it was established in an attempt to begin the development of California’s recycling infrastructure. In order to assist in the...

Health Spot: Mesa College bears no battery

Gisela Lagos, Editor-in-Chief

September 22, 2011

Filed under Column, Opinion

With domestic violence awareness month, October, steadily approaching there is a greater push for mindfulness of the issue and San Diego Mesa College has a variety of resources to help students who are affected by domestic violence. Domestic...

Financial aid or financial folly?

Erik Ysea, Opinion Editor

September 12, 2011

Filed under Column, Opinion, Uncategorized

At the beginning of every school year San Diego Mesa College receives an influx of incoming freshman, many of which are able to attend our institution with the assistance of financial aid. Financial aid is an invaluable resource...

Health Services helps students handle stress

Gisela Lagos, Editor in Chief

September 12, 2011

Filed under Column, Opinion

Traumatic disasters are a part of everyone’s lives, at San Diego Mesa College the Health Services department takes the time to help students who have been affected by personal or worldwide tragedy. The last few decades have...

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