Curtis Manlapig – Editor-in-Chief
This is Curtis Manlapig's first semester as Editor-in-Chief and third semester on staff of The Mesa Press. He began as Headline editor/ Staff writer and worked his way up to Sports Editor and now to Editor-in-Chief. Manlapig won a first place award in the Copy Editing competition at the 2012 Fall Southern California JACC journalism conference as well as a second place finish in Copy Editing at the State JACC conference. He is also a huge fan of the Chargers and Padres and writes his own blog about sports here in San Diego at http://www.beachcitysports.blogspot.com/ . He is active in the community and enjoys playing adult dodgeball. Manlapig will head North and will enroll at Sacramento State for the Fall of 2013 where he hopes to further his journalism career. You can email him at curtismanlapig@yahoo.com

 

 

Curtis Manlapig, Editor-in-Chief

May 20, 2013
‘Iron Man 3’ brings the action and comedy back to the big screen (Story)
May 16, 2013
Relocation a hot topic in today’s sports landscape (Story)
Apr 23, 2013
Sports help people in time of crisis (Story)
Apr 09, 2013
Time Warner and Fox Sports San Diego still in stalemate (Story)
Mar 18, 2013
When the unwritten rules of sports get broken, controversy can ensue (Story)
Feb 28, 2013
Teams vie for ‘One Shining Moment’ at March Madness (Story)
Feb 19, 2013
College athletes seek compensation (Story)
Feb 19, 2013
Prop. 30 funds going somewhere unexpected (Story)
Dec 04, 2012
Performance on the field being tainted by drugs (Story)
Nov 13, 2012
Fantasy sports offers a fun way to be in the game (Story)
Nov 01, 2012
San Diego sports curse continues in infamy (Story)
Oct 20, 2012
First Homecoming at Mesa (Story)
Sep 25, 2012
‘Retribution’ punishes fans of the series (Story)
Sep 06, 2012
Drinking should be accepted as a college social pastime (Story)
Jun 06, 2012
Mesa baseball builds on success from last season (Story)
Mar 20, 2012
Psychological thriller ‘Silent House’ not as scary as pegged (Story)
Mar 13, 2012
Rise in gas prices causes concern for students. (Story)
Staff