Smith will join the MCCCD governing board and Thor won reelection. Both candidates were Maricopa Fac
A scramble to the deadline led to a $3 million Hispanic-serving institution grant for the college.
After months of online work, students and instructors return to find artifacts at the local site.
Even after a long, hot day, voters flocked to the polls to vote in the 2020 general election.
Voters share thoughts about the voting process, their biggest issues and post-election worries.
While the Greens aren’t gunning for president, students like student debt relief and job guarantee.
Despite COVID-19, the Hohokam League is set to be Arizona’s only source of college football.
The Maricopa County Community College District will delay all fall sports until spring of 2021.
the video game industry has been immune to the coronavirus pandemic and one source of escape
With many sports seasons postponed or cancelled, fans have had to adapt to the lack of sports.
All spring sports at Maricopa Community Colleges will cancel due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A month of online classes confirms my prediction that online learning just isn’t the same.
College youth have the numbers to make a significant impact in November--we just need to show up!
Daily health checks and mandatory testing are a poor substitute for results
The fuss over doing nothing during the pandemic is revealing the corruption of capitalism.
The Italian film is one of the best this year for Hollywood and Sophia Loren.
The homage to '80s slasher films might pierce the hearts of horror fans for a long time to come.
The new HBOMax mini-series thrills audiences with a female lead and mysterious murder.
Mesa Community College alumni recount their love story that started on the MCC basketball court 36 y
Mesa Legend staff interview the aspiring author about the fiction piece that went all the way.
The Mesa Community College Theatre Department will host a monthly Footlight Forum for diversity.