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Something Newsy Ep. 26 – College Students and Burnout

Ashley Romero, Nicole Hayek and Xamara Aleman discuss climate change and the unusual weather that San Diego has recently been experiencing.
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Ashley Romero, Nicole Hayek and Xamara Aleman discuss climate change and the unusual weather that San Diego has recently been experiencing.

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Kaitlin Clapinski
Kaitlin Clapinski, Editor-in-chief
Kaitlin Clapinski is currently a sophomore at Mesa College and plans to graduate with an associates degree for transfer this spring. She is a co-editor-in-chief at the Mesa Press, a member of the women's soccer team, and a campus ambassador. In her free time she enjoys trying new foods, working out, shopping, and being with her friends and family.
Andreas Loretan
Andreas Loretan, Opinion Editor
I'm Andreas Loretan, I'm a journalism major at Mesa College, and it's my third time writing for the Mesa Press since 2017. I like the New York Mets and eating cheap, unhealthy food. I publish zines in my spare time. I don't like talking about myself in the third person. I really do not like the musical Hamilton.
Jared Knobloch
Jared Knobloch, Editor-In-Chief
Jared Knobloch is the Editor-In-Chief at the Mesa Press, in his second year at San Diego Mesa College majoring in Journalism. His goal is to transfer to SDSU, earn his degree and pursue a career in Sports Writing, specifically geared towards professional basketball. When Jared is not working for the Mesa Press, he is typically doing homework, working or playing basketball with friends.
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