Articles By: Delta Collegiate

New website

New website

Hello readers! With the coming of the new year we have made some changes including updating our website. You can check out our new site at: http://deltacollegiate.org/ Thank you! Delta Collegiate Staff

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[Photo Flashback] Cuddly Collegiate

[Photo Flashback] Cuddly Collegiate

By Rebecca Roberts, photo editor. We at the Collegiate hope you are having a relaxing and restorative break between semesters. I, for one, have been quite busy but I am planning a night infused with the vibe of this photograph — cuddled up with some literature and a furry friend. This adorable print of a cat surrounded by vintage issues […]

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[Photo Flashback] Up to snow good

[Photo Flashback] Up to snow good

By Rebecca Roberts, photo editor. This photo looks like snow much fun! I haven’t had a snowball fight in years, but I think I will have to let my inner child out to play when the next snowfall arrives. These two pictured subjects seem to be having a great time enjoying nature’s gifts as well as each other’s company. I […]

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Michigan fans cling to desperate dream

Michigan fans cling to desperate dream

By Kelvin Butler, reporter. The football gods have once again given Jim Harbaugh another shot at redemption. The 2020 VRBO Citrus bowl will pit the No. 14 Michigan Wolverines against the No. 13 Alabama Crimson Tide on New Year’s Day, at 1 p.m. on ABC. Knowing how most Michigan fans are, if he defeats Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide, […]

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Citizens of Bay City voice outrage about toll bridges

Citizens of Bay City voice outrage about toll bridges

By Michael Piwowarski, News Director. Bay City resident Alex Dewitt, former candidate for the city board of commissioners, is “both surprised and annoyed” by a unanimous vote to approve the implementation of toll bridges. Independence and Liberty Bridges are planned to reopen under new, private ownership in June 2024. Pricing rates include $0.50 per crossing for citizens of Bay City […]

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‘We’ll keep working on it:’ President Goodnow’s goals voted down

‘We’ll keep working on it:’ President Goodnow’s goals voted down

By Michael Piwowarski, editor-in-chief. UNIVERSITY CENTER – As the late businessman Stephen Covey once said: “Goals are pure fantasy unless you have a specific plan to achieve them.” Members of the Delta College board of trustees shared this sentiment when they voted on president Jean Goodnow’s goals for 2020 at the Dec. 10 meeting. After a near-unanimous vote in opposition […]

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[Photo Flashback] Looking back or moving forward?

[Photo Flashback] Looking back or moving forward?

By Rebecca Roberts, photo editor. This archived print from the Collegiate’s photo collection has no information 一 no date, no names and no clues to what’s going on 一 so it is once again up to us to figure it out! It looks like these Delta students are part of a ski club or even a skiing class. Is there […]

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Are the Utes finally gonna shoot a blank?

Are the Utes finally gonna shoot a blank?

By Kelvin Butler, reporter. The No. 4 college football playoff spot is honestly up to the Oklahoma Sooners and the Utah Utes; maybe even the Baylor Bears if they completely blow out the Sooners. Obviously, this is if No. 2 LSU Tigers defeat No. 4 Georgia Bulldogs this for leaving the four spot open. But it’s college football so anything […]

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[Photo Flashback] A new fireplace!

[Photo Flashback] A new fireplace!

By Rebecca Roberts, photo editor. Speculations on this archived photograph are numerous and endless. I think I like not knowing anything about a photo more than knowing the story behind one. It’s more fun to imagine what brought the subjects together, what they are feeling and what kind of era they were living in. With colder weather approaching, we might […]

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Students need later hours

Students need later hours

By Maddison Godi, reporter SAGINAW— Students are searching for late hours in the Tri-Cities. For local Delta College student Helen Brooks she finds most of her available time in the evening, “I usually do all my homework past 9 p.m. because I do not get out of class till 9 p.m.” Having a busy workday surrounded by classes does not […]

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