Mesa Legend staff interview the aspiring author about the fiction piece that went all the way.
With a party majority on the line, the Republican incumbent defends her seat in Congress
One Latin Heritage Month event recognizes the six-year anniversary of Mexico’s Ayotzinapa 43.
MCC staff weigh in on cyber-safety as one professor prepares for an honest conversation.
Daily health checks and mandatory testing are a poor substitute for results
New Maricopa Opportunity Grant and full-time student discounts offer significant tuition reductions amid pandemic.
As November elections loom, advocacy groups see students as solution to likely poll worker shortage.
A quick rundown on everything you need to know to vote tomorrow/today
MCC’s Senior Associate Vice President weighs in on distribution process, invites student engagement
The city explains the long journey that shut down recycling, continued fees and future solutions. Photo by Brock Blasdell.