• The desperate Spartans will try to take one pauly from the Wolverines

    By Kelvin Butler, reporter. On the glorious day of Saturday, Nov. 16 – Alex S. Butler’s birthday – the Michigan State Spartans are playing the Michigan Wolverines for the Paul Bunyan trophy. The most recent victories are on the Spartans’ side, including the iconic punt play. But the Wolverines have the latest victory from the last year, and have the […]

    The desperate Spartans will try to take one pauly from the Wolverines
  • Adjunct faculty score a victory, but still lack voice

    By Michael Piwowarski, editor-in-chief. UNIVERSITY CENTER – Christina Szilagyi, an adjunct instructor in history at Delta College, spends her weeks commuting between Delta and other schools. She teaches at Mott Community College, Northwood, SVSU and Mid-Michigan. Like many other adjuncts – professors which are meant to be employed part-time and are non-tenured – she struggles regularly to piece together enough […]

    Adjunct faculty score a victory, but still lack voice
  • Photo Flashback: Grab your gloves, we’re making a snowman!

    By Rebecca Roberts, photo editor. As we have just witnessed the first snow showers of the year, it seems evident that the cold weather is here to stay. I know what you’re thinking… Yes, the cold can be dreary and require extra effort to be put into our skin care routines, but taking advantage of the season yields great reward. […]

    Photo Flashback: Grab your gloves, we’re making a snowman!
  • The women’s soccer team heads to New York for nationals

    By Kelvin Butler, reporter. The 2019 Delta College women’s soccer team has had an unbelievable season so far, being undefeated for the entire year, which is a first in Delta’s history. But head coach Damon Amey, the 2019 Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) coach of the year, wants more, as the Nationals are just ahead. This will be his […]

    The women’s soccer team heads to New York for nationals
  • Dana Radosa kicks her way to the top

    By Haeley Huggard, reporter. UNIVERSITY CENTER – Dana Radosa, 26, is a Delta student who spends her time learning the art of self-defense. When she is not doing Taekwondo, she spends her time studying and watching Netflix to give her mind a break from homework. Taekwondo is a Korean martial art that revolves around kicking. When you have completed a […]

    Dana Radosa demonstrating a high punch at her Taekwondo Tournament at Garber High School in Essexville. On May 4th 2019. Photo courtesy of Sharon Scharich.

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Adjunct faculty score a victory, but still lack voice

Adjunct faculty score a victory, but still lack voice

November 13, 2019 at 5:20 PM

Christina Szilagyi, adjunct instructor in history, is among the many adjunct professors at Delta College who struggle to piece together enough income to make ends meet. The...

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Photo Flashback: Grab your gloves, we’re making a snowman!

Photo Flashback: Grab your gloves, we’re making a snowman!

November 12, 2019 at 3:19 PM

By Rebecca Roberts, photo editor. As we have just witnessed the first snow showers of the year, it seems evident that the cold weather is here to stay. I know what you’re...

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Illustration by Lindsay Lang

Norton lives through the 50s with investigation story

November 5, 2019 at 5:14 PM

Illustration by Lindsay Lang By Samuel Philpot, Associate Editor   Private investigation films can start off strong. They really pull you in with the crime and how the...

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Infographic by Crystal Gwizdala

Mind your meditation practice

November 5, 2019 at 5:25 PM

Infographic by Crystal Gwizdala By Crystal Gwizdala, S&H Editor.   PERRY – Mid-terms are over, time to breathe. Except the end-of-semester crunch is closing in,...

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Detention Progression; injection or redemption?

Detention Progression; injection or redemption?

November 5, 2019 at 2:12 PM

By Samuel Philpot, Associate Editor   Due to the knowledge of consequences, I believe that actions, especially harsh actions, should be met with equal retribution. There...

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The desperate Spartans will try to take one pauly from the Wolverines

The desperate Spartans will try to take one pauly from the Wolverines

November 15, 2019 at 3:51 PM

By Kelvin Butler, reporter. On the glorious day of Saturday, Nov. 16 – Alex S. Butler’s birthday – the Michigan State Spartans are playing the Michigan Wolverines...

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Enthralled visitors watch climbers test their skill and endurance on the rock wall. Photo by Crystal Gwizdala

Blast off to Planet Rock!

By Patrick Sochacki, reporter Additional reporting by Crystal Gwizdala, S&H Editor   ANN ARBOR — Are you interested in rock climbing but don’t know where to begin? Planet Rock is a rock climbing gym, located in Ann Arbor, Mich., and Madison Heights, Mich., that offers everything you’ll need. Planet Rock is a world-class indoor rock climbing gym that has different […]

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Infographic by Crystal Gwizdala

Mind your meditation practice

By Crystal Gwizdala, S&H Editor.   PERRY – Mid-terms are over, time to breathe. Except the end-of-semester crunch is closing in, with cumulative exams and research papers dampening any hope for joy. Everything is subject to stress. You are, trees are, and so is the linoleum floor. One way to manage stress is by practicing mindfulness meditation, an ancient practice […]

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Illustration by Lindsay Lang

Norton lives through the 50s with investigation story

By Samuel Philpot, Associate Editor   Private investigation films can start off strong. They really pull you in with the crime and how the character then sleuths around and points out their details for it. Usually along the way, however, the film can become distant and boring as the characters put all the puzzle pieces together. “Motherless Brooklyn” is a […]

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Illustration by Lindsay Lang

[Noteworthy] Kanye West drops long awaited Christian album

By RJ Murphy, reporter.   Love him or hate him, Kanye West is undoubtedly a cultural icon as a critically acclaimed musician, producer, fashion designer and entrepreneur. His unreserved antics and personality have been the topic of many tabloids, and has received relentless criticism. With the release of “Jesus is King,” West is making a statement regarding his values and […]

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Illustration by Lindsay Lang

Blizzard drops the ball over Hong Kong protests

By Colton Carrier, A&E Editor   “Liberate Hong Kong, the revolution of our times!” With seven words, the competitive Hearthstone player Blitzchung set off a powder keg that sent waves through the competitive gaming world. What was a simple show of goodwill toward the ongoing protests in Hong Kong has morphed into an international controversy, shaking up the public’s perception […]

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John McMahon, of Midland, is a student as well as a tutor focused on Delta’s cyber security program. He often comes into networking and cyber security classes to help other students with their lab work. Oct. 15, 2019, University Center. (RJ Murphy/Reporter)

Delta receives recognition for cyber defense education

By RJ Murphy, reporter. UNIVERSITY CENTER – Could you imagine if your bank account got hacked? Yikes! This is why October has been declared National Cyber Security Awareness Month. With the advancement of technology, computers have become entangled in almost every aspect of our lives. Personal items like phones, cars and houses all have computers in them. When we look […]

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The city of Midland showed up to Chemical CIty Paper's launch party on Oct. 30, and mingled among refreshments. Photo by Michael Pieper (Creative Director)

Chemical City Paper launches print edition

By RJ Murphy, reporter.   MIDLAND – On Tuesday, Oct. 29, a newly formed press organization hosted a party to celebrate the release of their first print issue. Founded earlier this year, the Chemical City Paper is a digital first, non-profit news source exclusively covering the Midland area. The event was well attended, showing signs of support from the community. […]

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Top 5 for weekend of November 8, 2019

By Colton Carrier, A&E Editor   Riverside brings films from around the world This year’s lineup at the Riverside Saginaw Film Festival features sixteen films from around the globe, ranging from documentaries to thrillers. Venues include the Court Street Theater, Hoyt Public Library and the Castle Museum. Tickets are $6 per film and all-access passes are $45. The festival runs […]

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Hopeless Bears march toward the distraught Lions

Hopeless Bears march toward the distraught Lions

By Kelvin Butler, sports reporter. In a very spectacular match of the bottom half of the NFC North, with two that aren’t gonna make $hi7 happen when the playoffs happen. On Sunday, Nov. 10, the mediocre (3-4) Chicago Bears is traveling to the place where (8-8) seasons are celebrated, which is the city of Detroit. They’ll face the (3-3-1) Detroit […]

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Fantasy Football Countdown: These guys are full of surprises

Fantasy Football Countdown: These guys are full of surprises

By Kelvin Butler, reporter. New England (defense, New England Patriots) I know they are the Patriots, but no one expected this from them. They are leaps and bounds better than any NFL team’s defense. Also, they’re consistent with the double digit games.  D.J. Clark (wide receiver, Jacksonville Jaguars) Everyone thought Dede Westbrook was gonna be the No. 1 receiver, and […]

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