Category: Collegiate Life

Delta students hunker down and prepare for finals

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! […]

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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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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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Transgender Day of Remembrance 2018 shows support in the face of adversity

Transgender Day of Remembrance 2018 shows support in the face of adversity

By Zach Parfeniuk, reporter. On Nov. 20, communities across the world paid their respects on Transgender Day of Remembrance — an international, multicultural movement that seeks to raise awareness of and mourn those who have lost their lives to violence toward the transgender community. Transgender Day of Remembrance was founded 1999 by Gwendolyn Ann Smith (herself a trans woman) to […]

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Fountain Talk: Democrats retake House in 2018 midterm

Fountain Talk: Democrats retake House in 2018 midterm

“What are your thoughts on the Democrats taking control of the House of Representatives? How much do you think they will get accomplished?” Abigail Stone, 18, Saginaw “I think it’s going to be really hard for the President to be able to pass decisions and I do agree with a lot of his decisions. I do think they still will […]

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Eating with the Collegiate: Nicho’s Taqueria brings authentic Mexican cuisine to Saginaw

Eating with the Collegiate: Nicho’s Taqueria brings authentic Mexican cuisine to Saginaw

By Joe Thornton, editor-in-chief. Tucked away in the plaza by Saginaw Valley State University is Nicho’s Taqueria. It may get lost among the other businesses in the plaza, but it definitely deserves more credit than it gets. The restaurant offers an abundance of options, including the typical dishes you’d expect to see at a Mexican restaurant like tacos, enchiladas and […]

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Delta College encourages people of all ages to cut back on smoking

Delta College encourages people of all ages to cut back on smoking

By Zach Parfeniuk, reporter. On Thursday, Nov. 15, citizens across the nation came together in an annual social event designed to reduce the frequency of tobacco smoking. At Great American Smokeout Day, sponsored by the American Cancer Society, people are encouraged to quit smoking for 24 hours straight to raise awareness of the dangers of the substance. Today, in the […]

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Delta College shows support for veterans

Delta College shows support for veterans

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor UNIVERSITY CENTER — Monday, Nov. 12, was the day when Veterans Day 2018 was observed in the United States. Americans across the country paid their respects toward those who have served in the U.S. Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard. Andrew Ornelas, coordinator of veteran services at Delta College, wants to remind […]

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Harless & Hugh: Serving our community with more than just coffee

Harless & Hugh: Serving our community with more than just coffee

By Kelly Winters, multimedia reporter Downtown Bay City is best known for its tall historical buildings, vast city market, small boutiques and their extensive coffee shops. Amongst all of these quintessential Bay City staples, there is one place that manages to encapsulate all that the city has to offer: Harless & Hugh Coffee. Harless and Hugh, more commonly known as […]

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