Category: Collegiate Life

MiABLE announces “I Will Never Lose” campaign

MiABLE announces “I Will Never Lose” campaign

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. SAGINAW – For individuals with disabilities, there is financial help available for tuition, vehicle purchases, health care and other expenses. A new statewide campaign for the MiABLE program titled “I Will Never Lose” has launched. The campaign will encourage children and adults with disabilities, as well as disabled veterans and their families, to open an […]

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Staff recognized for making the Delta Difference

Staff recognized for making the Delta Difference

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. BAY CITY − Delta College faculty and staff members were recognized for their service and accomplishments at an April 5 award ceremony, held at the DoubleTree in Bay City. Several staff members were awarded for their years of service at Delta. Linda Petee, Dana Jo Denney, Linda Plackowski-Witucki and Virginia Przygocki were recognized for being […]

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Tri-City Hotspot: Governor’s Quarters lights up the nightlife of Bay City

Tri-City Hotspot: Governor’s Quarters lights up the nightlife of Bay City

By Zach Parfeniuk, reporter. With the spring season rolling in, going out to eat is a much more inviting prospect. For anyone looking for a good time all around, Governor’s Quarters, located in Bay City, covers all the bases. “We are Bay City’s only basement bar and original taproom,” says manager Jeff Owczarzak. Since it was bought out by new […]

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CMU professor discusses original Flint water documentary

CMU professor discusses original Flint water documentary

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. UNIVERSITY CENTER — Central Michigan University sociology professor Cedric Taylor came to Delta College Wednesday, March 27 to discuss social inequalities and lack of trust in government, both of which are issues that have stemmed from the Flint water crisis. The crisis is documented in a March 2018 film that Taylor produced called “Nor Any […]

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Women’s History Month highlights Delta leadership

Women’s History Month highlights Delta leadership

By Zach Parfeniuk, reporter. At Delta College, Women’s History Month blazed a trail straight through March. In the hallways, a series of dedications to women of history laid out across the hallways, immortalizing the images of those such as Malala Yousafzai, Rosa Parks and Susan B. Anthony. Delta College has its own unique achievements when it comes to workplace diversity, […]

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Testing centers are blowing up!

Testing centers are blowing up!

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. UNIVERSITY CENTER — This semester, Delta College has likely gone through its longest stretch of snow days in its 50+ years of operation. From the late January cold snap to the early February ice storms and snow showers, many Delta faculty and students may have enjoyed the days off, but there’s a catch. There are […]

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The Delta Collegiate travels to the College Media Association

The Delta Collegiate travels to the College Media Association

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief. As many students traveled to more tropical climates for spring break, the Collegiate staff boarded their flight to the Big Apple to attend the College Media Association’s Spring Conference in New York City. The College Media Association’s New York conference is the largest gathering of student journalists in the world, with over 1,200 attendees from around […]

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Delta College celebrates entrepreneurship

Delta College celebrates entrepreneurship

By Maddison Godi, reporter UNIVERSITY CENTER − To celebrate National Entrepreneurship week Feb. 16 to 23, Delta College invited four businesspeople to campus. The panel was moderated by Kristi Kozubal, regional director of the Small Business Department Center (SBDC). “I go to the beat of my own drum while staying focused and constantly educating myself,” said panelist Eric Alegia. Alegia […]

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Rodney Walker motivates Delta students

Rodney Walker motivates Delta students

By Maddison Godi, reporter. UNIVERSITY CENTER − Staff and students gathered in the Delta College Lecture Theater (Room G160) to hear a presentation from businessman, author and speaker Rodney Walker. He shared the hardships he faced growing up on the south side of Chicago and how this motivated him to become the success story he is today. “I didn’t take […]

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Collegiate Tries It: Spoil myself sweet

Collegiate Tries It: Spoil myself sweet

By Maddison Godi, reporter. Another Hallmark holiday has passed, and we at the Delta Collegiate were left with broken hearts. Instead of wallowing in self pity, we took to our nearest grocery store in search of sugary sweets. After purchasing mass quantities of half priced candy and anything smothered in chocolate, we threw together an array of activities for anyone […]

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