Articles By: Delta Collegiate

Editorial: Later days doesn’t mean better grades

Editorial: Later days doesn’t mean better grades

On Wednesday, Nov. 6, Sen. Kamala Harris proposed a new bill that would keep public schools open until 6 p.m. The belief behind this bill, the Family Friendly Schools Act, is that it would assist parents and ease their burdens of trying to find people to care for their children between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. while they’re at work. […]

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Students change their world, one poster board at a time

Students change their world, one poster board at a time

By Haeley Huggard and Maddison Godi Additional reporting by Jared Harris and Celestina Martinez, Collegiate correspondents. Tables surrounded the courtyard this past week as students educated each other about political and social issues. Change Your World Week, which took place Monday Nov. 11 to Thursday Nov. 14, brought inspiration to Delta’s halls with a Veteran’s Day presentation on Monday, the […]

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[Movie review] ‘Angels’ fall for reboots and remakes

[Movie review] ‘Angels’ fall for reboots and remakes

By Samuel Philpot, Associate Editor In recent years, many movies have fallen prey to being rebooted, including “Ghostbusters,” “Pet Sematary” and “Hellboy.” Now, remakes sometimes make the cut as far as visuals, since CGI has come a long way and far more can be accomplished. However, does every movie need to be remade? “Charlie’s Angels” is just another victim to […]

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Lady Pioneers drop the ball at start of season

Lady Pioneers drop the ball at start of season

By Kelvin Butler, reporter. UNIVERSITY CENTER – The Delta College women’s basketball team has had a shaky start to the 2019/2020 season so far, with two losses and one win. On their first home game Wednesday, Nov. 6, the team played against Mid Michigan Community College and lost 49-73 in a classy showing from Mid Michigan. Their two best players […]

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Instructed: English professor motivates student achievement

Instructed: English professor motivates student achievement

By Patrick Sochacki, Collegiate Life editor. UNIVERSITY CENTER – Dana Denney, assistant professor in English, and Natalie Norris, current student at Delta College, have a lot of things in common. They both share a love for English, they both love animals and they both appreciate the little things about each other. “I knew that she was a very unique gal, […]

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Fantasy Football Countdown: These five teams are the talk of the town

Fantasy Football Countdown: These five teams are the talk of the town

By Kelvin Butler, reporter. New England Patriots – These guys have three players in the top 100. All of them are monsters, starting with their defense who is ahead of every other defense by a whopping 70 points. Then there’s Tom Brady, who is a top ten in the fantasy quarterback. Top it off with Julian Edelman, who is a […]

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The Green Mile: Local greenhouse cashes in on CBD

The Green Mile: Local greenhouse cashes in on CBD

By Michael Piwowarski, editor-in-chief. SAGINAW – Abele Greenhouse and Garden Center in Saginaw is currently closed to the public for the season. However, employees inside are still hard at work processing their first ever cannabis crop. But this is not “pot.” They are harvesting hemp – a cannabis subspecies – for CBD (cannabidiol). CBD, a chemical compound found in cannabis […]

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Lady Pioneers finish second in national championship

Lady Pioneers finish second in national championship

By Kelvin Butler, reporter. They missed it by 👌*that* much. On Sunday, Nov. 17, the No. 2 seed Delta Pioneers faced off against the No. 1 seed Brookhaven Bears in the NJCAA women’s soccer national championship game. The Bears won 2-0 in a very nice flowing game where both teams had chances to score and Brookhaven just made more shots […]

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Early November snowstorm foreshadows winter to come

Early November snowstorm foreshadows winter to come

By Haeley Huggard, reporter. Winter has had an early start this year! On Monday, Nov. 11, Delta College closed its doors early and sent students home to wait out the snowstorm. Having continuous snow fall since 4 a.m., Delta students were forced to cease their campus activities, such as Change Your World Week. “There was definitely a bit of disappointment […]

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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

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 […]

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