Articles By: Delta Collegiate

[The Green Mile] Light up! Bay City welcomes recreational marijuana

[The Green Mile] Light up! Bay City welcomes recreational marijuana

By Michael Piwowarski, editor-in-chief. BAY CITY – As Michigan residents are now able to purchase recreational marijuana as of Sunday, Dec. 1, Bay City has established its ordinance just weeks ahead, in an effort to catch up with Ann Arbor. On Wednesday, Nov. 13, the state Marijuana Regulatory Agency announced that existing businesses with medical licenses that are also pursuing […]

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Students step up to wish Randal Crawford well

Students step up to wish Randal Crawford well

By Haeley Huggard, reporter. UNIVERSITY CENTER – Randal Crawford is an art professor on the main campus and has taught in Delta College’s art department for 26 years. Recently, Crawford had to take a leave of absence for health-related reasons. This moved student Cody Wiedenbein to create an art board, so that he and other students could send their beloved […]

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Colin Kaepernick has an NFL problem

Colin Kaepernick has an NFL problem

By Kelvin Butler, reporter Colin Kaepernick is a very polarizing figure in sports who sacrificed his future in the NFL by kneeling during the national anthem, in protest over the police brutality among the African-American community. This leads to what some people would refer to as being black balled by the NFL. Right now, Kaepernick is in a lose-lose situation […]

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Baldwin’s offers delicious change in Buena Vista

Baldwin’s offers delicious change in Buena Vista

By Kelvin Butler, reporter. SAGINAW – The cowboy sign is now a pig-boy. Baldwin’s Smokehouse Barbeque is now open inside the former Texan restaurant in Buena Vista Township, on 3316 East Holland Rd. Couple Roy and Evelyn Baldwin, pastors at New Beginnings Deliverance Ministries in Saginaw, founded the restaurant to fill a void in the community. “We tried to open […]

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Disney+ monopolizes streaming services

Disney+ monopolizes streaming services

By Maddison Godi, reporter Since Disney+ was released, it has gained 10 million subscribers and 3.2 million mobile app downloads. This colossal line up of 600-plus movies and TV shows will only be growing in the new year. At only $6.99 a month, or free with an unlimited data agreement from Verizon, Disney+ has shaken the streamable competition. The first […]

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Electronic Media program prepares for next generation

Electronic Media program prepares for next generation

By Michael Piwowarski, editor-in-chief. UNIVERSITY CENTER – Thomas Bennett, general manager of broadcasting at Delta College, sits in his office in the courtyard level of A wing, home of the Electronic Media broadcasting facilities. His office is in the last part of the entire main campus that has not been renovated since 1961, when Delta College first opened its doors. […]

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The Wolverine massacre (part 2)

The Wolverine massacre (part 2)

By Kelvin Butler, reporter. The game of the week to some people is not the Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Auburn Tigers or Oklahoma Sooners vs. Oklahoma State Cowboys. For many people, especially those from the northern part of the country, the game of the week is No. 1 Ohio State Buckeyes vs. No. 13 Michigan Wolverines at the Big House, […]

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[REVIEW] Let the franchise go

[REVIEW] Let the franchise go

By Maddison Godi, reporter The beloved movie by Disney, “Frozen,” released its sequel on Thursday, Nov. 22. At the start of each showing, the line for tickets at the Saginaw GDX theater stretched to the door. Little girls pranced through the lobby wearing the newest Elsa and Anna attire. “Frozen II” has already collected $350.2 million worldwide, but the franchise […]

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A once prestigious conference takes a sad fall

A once prestigious conference takes a sad fall

By Kelvin Butler, reporter. Alright now, back in my day, the Big 12 conference has 12 teams. All of them had their roles and unique skill set, with Texas A&M Aggies being the wild card team who always has top 25 talent. Then Nebraska Cornhuskers was the Big 12 North division top dog, having multiple appearances in the Big 12 […]

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Illustration by Lindsay Lang

The hungry Bears are trying to get the Detroit Lions leftovers

By Kelvin Butler, reporter   On Thanksgiving Day, the first game of the day will be the Chicago Bears heading off to the Ford field to give the Detroit Lions some competition. In this match-up both teams have the players and coaches to do such a thing. The Bears are having a terrible season with the quarterback, which is an […]

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