San Diego sports curse continues in infamy

Curtis Manlapig, Sports Editor

November 1, 2012

There has been one thing missing in San Diego since 1963 and it involves parades of people rejoicing in the streets, millions watching at home and people with extraordinary skills performing their profession at a higher level...

Local propositions, measures to be voted on

Kyla Brown, Staff Writer

October 30, 2012

San Diego County voters are about to make many decisions on local measures that affect them at home. Many local propositions focus on the county’s schools, while others concern term limits, beautification projects and the reg...

Jobs, education key points in mayoral race

Kyla Brown, Staff Writer

October 30, 2012

Former small business owner Carl DeMaio and Congressman Bob Filner are in a tight competition for mayor. The key issues in this election are job creation, small business, aging infrastructure and education. Carl DeMaio Republican Pa...

Upcoming ASG senate elections occur this month

Kyla Brown, Staff Writer

September 25, 2012

It’s the beginning of fall semester, and for five students that means one thing: Associated Student Government elections. A special election will be held online at the Student Web Services website beginning Sept. 24 at 7 a.m....

Construction task to be completed soon

Carolina Solis, Features Editor

September 11, 2012

San Diego Mesa College ongoing construction of the new Student Services Facility, which is adjacent from the I-Building, is slated to be completed and open in October. “One of our challenges is to continue to teach and serve...

Rise in tuition ignites campus protest

Lauren J. Mapp, Editor-in-Chief

April 12, 2012

San Diego Mesa College’s Mesa B.E.A.T. club – Bringing Education and Activism Together – held a walkout rally and protest on March 1 in response to the most recent rounds of educational budget cuts throughout the state of...

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