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Liz Spiering

Liz Spiering, Social Media Editor

Elizabeth Spiering, or better known as Liz since childhood, is the Social Media Editor for The Mesa Press for the 2020-2021 school year. As Liz loves to capture images and create appealing content for her audience, she continues to strive for her degree to become a digital marketer for a well recognized large corporate company. On her free time, she enjoys hanging out with her friends, binging her favorite tv shows/ films, and drinking tons of iced coffees.

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Clare Crawley gets replaced by Tayshia Adams after she finds her husband within a few days in this seasons The Bachelorette

Review of ‘The Bachelorette’

Liz Spiering, Social Media Editor
December 13, 2020
Fresh fruits and vegetables are provided for students monthly at Mesas farmers market.

Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week at Mesa

Liz Spiering, Social Media Editor
November 16, 2020
Gyms are adjusting to new required procedures which includes wiping down equipment after use and refraining from indoors.

Purple Tier Potential Effects on County Life

Liz Spiering, Social Media Editor
November 12, 2020
Firefighters perform structure protection against the Glass Fire in Napa County

California Wildfires on the Rise

Liz Spiering, Social Media Editor
October 9, 2020
Gender reveal party in El Dorado causes fire over 13,000 acres when a smoke pyrotechnic device explodes.

Gender Reveal Party Goes Off, Literally

Liz Spiering, Social Media Editor
September 15, 2020
Mesa campus left empty without in person classes for Spring semester due to COVID-19

Spring 2021 classes to remain online again

Liz Spiering, Social Media Editor
September 3, 2020
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