The Word

September 10, 2008

Just do it!

Nicole DeJesus

May 21, 2008

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I know beer pong is the most exciting pastime ever invented, but maybe this break, you could do something that will change the way you spend the next thirty years of your life. Although these three sacred months seem like a much-needed...

Global warming opinions stem from ignorance

David Chmura

May 21, 2008

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The issue of Global Warming has separated many individuals into distinct divided sides. Advocates supporting that mankind is "dooming" the earth with our toxic output of carbon-dioxide and those that tend to believe that global...

SDSU takes timely stand against drug abuse on campus

May 21, 2008

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Usually news about drug busts is quickly forgotten because drug use has become commonplace. Yet the dramatic story of 33 San Diego State University students arrested by undercover cops for possession and dealing of illegal substances...

Baseball coach responds to letter from Mesa Press

May 21, 2008

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I am writing to you in response to your article in the latest issue of the Mesa Press, dated April 29, 2008. I am shocked and appalled that an article of this nature would be printed in this paper. As someone that has been coaching...

The Word

May 21, 2008

Dude, please stop acting like a girl

Nicole DeJesus

April 28, 2008

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When did men become as complicated as women? I thought they were the simpler species. It's not that I believe the epitome of a man is a rough tough douche bag.but that men are slowly morphing into girly boys. And I don't mean...

SDSU denies spring transfers

April 28, 2008

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Students from San Diego Mesa College are finding it increasingly difficult and competitive to transfer into San Diego State University. SDSU has recently announced that they will NOT be accepting any transfer students in the...

The Word

April 28, 2008

Job fraud affects students

David Chmura

April 14, 2008

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College students desperate to pay tuition and bills are frequent targets of con-men because their lack of experience and enthusiasm to work often blinds them before they learn the true intentions of fraudulent employers. Many...

The Word

April 14, 2008

Letters to the Editor

April 14, 2008

Filed under Opinion

I am also a student at Mesa College who is affected by the rapidly increasing gas prices in California. They have actually saved me money as well. I live about 1 1/2 miles from campus and because of the outrageous prices, I make...

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