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Spring Semester In Review:
Campus Highlights in Pictures


Happiness is being recognized for your hard work, as was Julie Hein during the Spring Honors Reception. More than 600 of Mission College’s top scholars were honored for grade point averages that landed them on the Dean’s or President’s lists.


Denim Day in April was dedicated to getting out the word that sexual assault against women is unacceptable. Vanessa Monis was among the many students who wrote anti-violence messages on t-shirts that were then strung on a clothesline across the Quad.


The Mission College Foundation raised thousands of dollars for scholarships at its annual Springfest Food and Wine Festival. Guests had a great time sampling gourmet food and fine wines.


In May, MECHA organized a full day of fun and educational activities to commemorate Cinco de Mayo. When it was over, the “Mechistas” gathered for a group photo.


The renowned East West Players performed the musical “Manzanar” at Mission College in May. After the show, students had lots of questions for the actors.


Campus organizations sponsored a week in March dedicated to marking the second anniversary of the start of the war in Iraq. Several guest speakers were part of the week’s activities.


The “Mission College table” stood and applauded when the top prize at the district’s annual Workforce Awards ceremony was announced. LAMC's Careers in Child Care Training Program was selected the most outstanding workforce program in the district.