• Women’s Pioneer Basketball stopped in pursuit of victory

    By Steele Wynne, reporter. UNIVERSITY CENTER ― The Delta College women’s basketball team has been set back following their loss to the Mid Michigan Lakers Saturday, Dec. 8. The loss is largely due to the Lady Pioneers’ lack of stamina in the third quarter. While the game was neck and neck with a tied score of 31-31 at the half, […]

    Women’s Pioneer Basketball stopped in pursuit of victory
  • 2018 brings quality music in this year’s best albums

    By Ryan Reichard, reporter. 2018 has been a rather conflicting year for music. There have been impressive highs, returns and debuts in addition to new lows, disappointing debuts and a lack of innovation across certain genres. In terms of impressive peaks and innovation, I have compiled a list of the best albums of 2018. 1. “A Star Is Born Soundtrack”- […]

    2018 brings quality music in this year’s best albums
  • Bay City Players brings “Carol of the Birds” to the stage

    By Zach Parfeniuk, reporter. For those looking to sit down and immerse themselves in the feeling of giving and selflessness that we associate with the Christmas season, Bay City Players’ adaptation of “Carol of the Birds” might be just the treat to warm your heart. Leeds Bird, director and honorary president of Bay City Players, has more than 30 years […]

    Bay City Players brings “Carol of the Birds” to the stage
  • Delta students hunker down and prepare for finals

    By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. Well, time sure flies when we’re having fun, doesn’t it? Okay, you may or may not call school fun, so I guess I should say, “Time sure flies when we’re busy!” The point is, the fall semester is already coming to a close, and you know what that means for your classes… It’s finals time! […]

    Delta students hunker down and prepare for finals
  • NFL’s week 14 brings stress to fantasy owners

    By Joe Thornton As if finals season wasn’t stressful enough, many college students have another source of stress in these turbulent times — fantasy football playoffs. Hopefully, you’re in a better spot than I am going into week 14. As you can see, the standings are especially tight in this league. With week 13 finishing up soon, I am roughly […]

    NFL’s week 14 brings stress to fantasy owners
  • The NFL continues to produce domestic abusers

    By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief Over the weekend, a video surfaced of Chiefs’ running back Kareem Hunt pushing over a woman and then kicking her in a hotel. This video was from an altercation that occurred back in February with the video being part of a police report. Both the Chiefs’ organization and the NFL stated this is the first time […]

    The NFL continues to produce domestic abusers
  • “Let It Snow” lights up Delta College Planetarium

    By Ryan Reichard, reporter. The Delta College Planetarium recently began a seasonal show for this holiday season entitled “Let It Snow.” The show itself is said to be filled with wonder and the holiday spirit bringing the wonder of the holidays indoors and away from the cold. However, is “Let It Snow” going to light up your holiday or does […]

    “Let It Snow” lights up Delta College Planetarium
  • Sushi Remix arrives in uptown Bay City

    By Maddison Godi, reporter. As Bay City’s uptown expands, new restaurants and shops have appeared, creating a new environment for locals. In June of 2018, Sushi Remix’s grand opening took place in Saginaw’s city market. On Nov. 15, 2018, a second location was brought to 152 Uptown Drive, Bay City. This establishment is owned by newly married Alayna and Aaron […]

    Sushi Remix arrives in uptown Bay City
  • Recreational marijuana legalization takes effect, but with firm rules in place

    By Zach Parfeniuk, reporter. Michigan has now become the first state in the midwest to “free the weed” (in other words: legalize recreational marijuana), and with that comes big changes to the states’ law and economy. For those who need a refresher, on Nov. 6, when voters went to the polls, one of the statewide constitutional amendments on the ballot […]

    Recreational marijuana legalization takes effect, but with firm rules in place
  • How to tell your child that Santa isn’t real

    By Kelly Winters, multimedia reporter. Winter is upon us. ‘Tis the season to start readying your wish lists for everyone’s favorite holiday — Christmas. But for all of the people out there that are parents to small children: good luck! Be ready to bite the bullet and give all the credit of perfectly planned holiday gifts to that fictitious being, […]

    How to tell your child that Santa isn’t real

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Sushi Remix arrives in uptown Bay City

Sushi Remix arrives in uptown Bay City

December 4, 2018 at 9:07 AM

By Maddison Godi, reporter. As Bay City’s uptown expands, new restaurants and shops have appeared, creating a new environment for locals. In June of 2018, Sushi Remix’s...

Arts & Entertainment »

2018 brings quality music in this year’s best albums

2018 brings quality music in this year’s best albums

December 9, 2018 at 4:34 PM

By Ryan Reichard, reporter. 2018 has been a rather conflicting year for music. There have been impressive highs, returns and debuts in addition to new lows, disappointing...

Collegiate Life »

Delta students hunker down and prepare for finals

Delta students hunker down and prepare for finals

December 5, 2018 at 7:59 AM

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. Well, time sure flies when we’re having fun, doesn’t it? Okay, you may or may not call school fun, so I guess I should say, “Time...

Opinion »

How to tell your child that Santa isn’t real

How to tell your child that Santa isn’t real

December 3, 2018 at 11:59 AM

By Kelly Winters, multimedia reporter. Winter is upon us. ‘Tis the season to start readying your wish lists for everyone’s favorite holiday — Christmas. But for all...

Sports »

Women’s Pioneer Basketball stopped in pursuit of victory

Women’s Pioneer Basketball stopped in pursuit of victory

December 10, 2018 at 10:32 AM

By Steele Wynne, reporter. UNIVERSITY CENTER ― The Delta College women’s basketball team has been set back following their loss to the Mid Michigan Lakers Saturday, Dec....

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Students take part in the social event of the season

Students take part in the social event of the season

By Maddison Godi, reporter Throughout the years, generations have passed down the technique of hunting. It has been used as a way to spend time with family while learning valuable life lessons. At a young age, kids are taught to respect the environment, animals and gun safety. Triggering the main event for hunters in Michigan is the waterfowl season. From […]

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Delta students and faculty celebrate deer hunting season

Delta students and faculty celebrate deer hunting season

By Steele Wynne, Collegiate correspondent. Deer hunting is a culturally embedded activity in Michigan that draws nearly one million hunters out to their blinds and tree-stands every year. Hunting is a way of bringing people together, taking some time off and keeping the white tailed deer from running amok. Many local hunters have had plentiful seasons this year, while others […]

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Delta College women’s basketball team falls short in close games

Delta College women’s basketball team falls short in close games

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief. With the Lady Pioneers having played five games, they have performed underwhelmingly against the competition, with their record sitting at 2-3. This isn’t much of a problem for the team, as their win record is only one win away from being at .500; however, this may be indicative of a larger problem for the team early […]

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McMath’s Pioneers continue their win streak

McMath’s Pioneers continue their win streak

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief. With multiple games in the books, the Delta College men’s basketball team has gotten off to a hot start this year. Through six games (though some are exhibitions/scrimmages), they have managed to find their rhythm while remaining undefeated. The most impressive part about this team is the amount of playmakers they possess. It seems that each […]

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St. Charles kicks off Christmas season

St. Charles kicks off Christmas season

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. ST. CHARLES — Coal Miners’ Park was flowing with activity as downtown St. Charles kicked off their 2nd annual Old-Fashioned Christmas Celebration Friday, Nov. 30. Although a park may seem like a more ideal destination for summer weather, an impressive crowd still gathered at Coal Miners’ Park to enjoy each other’s company and witness the […]

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Birch Run Gun and Knife Show sticks to its guns

Birch Run Gun and Knife Show sticks to its guns

By Michael Pieper, video editor BIRCH RUN — Knife, gun and history enthusiasts gathered at the Frankenmuth Credit Union Event Center this past weekend for the Birch Run Gun and Knife Show. With over 700 vendors, the event was highly successful. The event had everything from old war relic firearms to switchblade pocket knives on display. Between the chatter of […]

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Sundays in the City take Downtown Bay City by storm

Sundays in the City take Downtown Bay City by storm

By Kelly Winters, multimedia reporter. Sunday, Nov. 25, downtown Bay City hosted the kickoff to one of their most popular Christmas events — Sundays in the City. Starting Nov. 16, a slew of stores located in downtown Bay City will be offering a $5 discount on sales greater than $25. These stores include: 99 Trees Book Store, A Wedding and […]

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Our View: Green Christmases are a sno-go!

Our View: Green Christmases are a sno-go!

During the cold winter months, those living in northern states patiently await the first snow. In past years, it has been soul crushing when children wake up on Christmas morning to see the colors green and brown. We at the Collegiate believe Michigan is better with a white Christmas. Seeing the ground covered in snow helps set the mood for […]

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Tri City Hotspot: Kluck Nursery keeps Christmas authentic with real trees

Tri City Hotspot: Kluck Nursery keeps Christmas authentic with real trees

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. SAGINAW — The Christmas tree is a staple of American households during the holiday season. Oftentimes, you will come across a tree that is well decorated and looks nice, but is fake and made of plastic. The practice of using a real tree, however, is not going anywhere. Kluck Nursery, a family business that has […]

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Frustrated Fan: Michigan football continues to disappoint

Frustrated Fan: Michigan football continues to disappoint

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief. Coach Harbaugh, Ol’ buddy, ol’ pal. Here we are again. The same spot we end up in every year. Winning big, getting our hopes up, but then losing the game(s) that really matter. When is it going to end? Well, obviously not this year. The only thing that came to an end this season was hopes […]

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