I’m Haley Daniels and I’m a student at San Diego Mesa College and the Ad Manager for The Mesa Press. I was born and raised in San Diego, and graduated from La Jolla High School in 2011. I plan on graduating from Mesa with an AA-T in Journalism this Spring, and transferring to San Diego State University in Fall 2014, where I will major in Advertising. My passions besides advertising are comedy writing and creative writing.
Haley Daniels, Staff Writer and Ad managerMay 8, 2014 Filed under Opinion, Top Stories, Uncategorized When the most recent scandal broke involving the racist comments of Donald Sterling, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, many questioned whether his atrocious comments against African-Americans were enough to have him both banned for life from all NBA games and forcing him to have to sell his team.
Haley Daniels, Staff Writer/Ad ManagerApril 25, 2014 Filed under News, Top Stories Mesa College hosted a disturbing, yet eye-opening event Tents of Truth for the sixth year on April 14 and 15, featuring five tents that demonstrated what some people consider a reality on a daily basis.
The Mesa Press > News > Diversity panel informs students on the importance of ethnic studies Haley Daniels, Staff WriterMarch 30, 2014 Filed under News, Uncategorized On the morning of Friday, March 14, five highly acclaimed professors, chairs and directors hosted a panel discussion titled, "Honoring Academic Legacies of Diversity at San Diego Mesa College and Beyond: Equity and Valuing Critical Contributions of Chicana/o Studies and Black Studies Departments."
Haley Daniels, Staff WriterMarch 11, 2014 Filed under News, Top Stories When people think of college students, they often associate them with binge drinking, Top Ramen and gallons of Starbucks Coffee. The stereotypical student studies hard all week long, followed by partying hard all weekend long.
Haley Daniels, Staff WriterMarch 11, 2014 Filed under Features, Food It's finally here! Many San Diegans, young and old, are excited about the brand new Sonic that opened in Kearny Mesa on Feb. 24. Even though this is not the first Sonic to open in San Diego County, it is the only one that does not take a half hour drive to get to.
Haley Daniels, Ad ManagerFebruary 13, 2014 Filed under Entertainment, Features "Lure," the most recent art display at the on-campus Mesa College Art Gallery, is a varied collection of pieces composed of several different mediums. With the exhibit titled "Lure: all is not what it seems," one can only wonder what type of art the gallery consists of.