Letters to the editor

December 18, 2006

Filed under Opinion

Regarding "Muhammad Yunus, Banker to the Poor": It was great to read about someone doing something so small, yet so positive in today's society. With the Iraq war and all the other problems going on in Africa, Lebanon and so many...

Wigs, werewolves and Wal-Mart – the holiday season is here

Sean Campbell

November 27, 2006

Filed under Opinion

You know that the holiday season is becoming a little too competitive when you're standing outside Wal-Mart amongst thousands of people and it's 4:45 a.m. It's 30 degrees, and the wind cuts. If it wasn't so dark, you could probably...

Cartoon

November 27, 2006

Small deeds go a long way

Staff Editorial

November 27, 2006

Filed under Opinion

Holding doors open, letting someone over on the freeway, or smiling at someone as they walk by are all very simple and easy tasks. They all take seconds to complete, cost nothing, and yet the payoff is extreme. Simple gestures...

Identity lost: Uncovering suburbia’s dirty secret

Christopher Christensen

November 27, 2006

Filed under Opinion

Around the United States, young men and women are dressing, acting, and mimicking either celebrities or pop culture stereotypes to the point where they have truly forgotten who they are, and have become something that they are...

And things get ugly when scholars decide to argue over the Internet

Staff Editorial

November 6, 2006

Filed under Opinion

Halloween, followed by an election week, must have freed the witches. Last week, recipients of the San Diego Community College District's distribution lists witnessed an outrageous exchange of e-mails (unfortunately not for the...

Cyber dating: A lazy man’s blessing or a gentleman’s curse?

Christopher Christensen

November 6, 2006

Filed under Opinion

There was a time when dating was a flurry of romance and courtship. Not too long ago chivalry reigned supreme, and being a gentleman was the pinnacle of a woman's romantic desire. Back then jocks, musicians, and even playboys...

Mesa College: Not doing enough to preserve limited resources?

Kimberly Dillon

November 6, 2006

Filed under Opinion

Over the years recycling has been said to have miraculous powers, including saving the rain forests and protecting the ozone layer. Recycling is one of the most commonly known and most beneficial ways to help save the environment....

Letters to the editor

November 6, 2006

Filed under Opinion

The October 17th issue of the Mesa Press showcased an article titled "Neighbors divided: Mesa's new parking structure creates opposition," which extensively featured Mr. Ed Cramer of the Linda Vista Planning Committee.

Local Celebrity Sightings

November 6, 2006

Opinion