What do we tell our children now?

Tatyana Ratcliff, Staff Writer

December 6, 2016

Filed under Column, Opinion

“Mommy, Isaac said I’m white. But I told him it’s not about skin color. It’s about what’s inside. Mr. Steve said that’s right”. This is what my son came home from school telling me, amongst other things. How is...

KC’s Book Korner

KC Longley, Features Editor

December 6, 2016

Filed under Column, Featured A&E, Features, Opinion

In a society where the issue of sexual assault occurring on college campuses is all too common, there is a demographic of authors who attempt to tackle the tricky topic, including Maria Padian, the author of the young adult ...

The war on Christmas

The war on Christmas

December 2, 2016

How Adequate is Public Transit to Mesa?

Ian Caffarel, Staff Writer

December 1, 2016

Filed under Opinion

I use the bus every single day. Despite having a driver’s license, due to not having a car, I find myself using the bus. The other alternatives either take too long, such as walking or biking, or are too costly, such as Ube...

Vandalism and critique are not the same

Rebeca Partida Montes, Staff Writer/Photogrpaher

November 17, 2016

Filed under Opinion

One of the most exciting factors of writing for The Mesa Press is being able to work in an environment that imitates that of a professional newsroom. Every week, we come together to discuss current events that are happening on ca...

Student-Mommy Life

Student-Mommy Life

November 3, 2016

Student-Mommy Life

Student-Mommy Life

November 3, 2016

21 girls released back to their parents in Nigeria two years after abduction

Jahnae Runnells, Opinion Editor

October 27, 2016

Filed under Opinion

On the Monday of April 14, 2014, The Boko Haram Terrorists kidnapped 270 girls from the Chibok Government Secondary School in Nigeria. On Oct. 16, twenty-one of the girls taken were reunited with their families. It is unclear...

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