Category: Collegiate Life

Collegiate Tries It: Is eyebrow waxing worth the pain?

Collegiate Tries It: Is eyebrow waxing worth the pain?

By Steele Wynne, reporter. With the winter wind of January whipping across my face, I approached the vanity empire that is Ulta beauty, taking a final glance at the brow I once knew as “The Caterpillar.” I stepped inside, only to meet the warmth of a well-heated and brightly lit store, ideal for both selfies and makeup application. Showing up […]

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Here’s the tea on Midland’s newest hot spot

Here’s the tea on Midland’s newest hot spot

By Maddison Godi, reporter. If you are looking for a new, modern hangout, the Grove Tea Lounge located in Midland is now open for business. On February 7, 2019, Grove Tea opened its doors to the public, blessing the Midland community with their own twist. This quick stop eatery could be described as a mix between Live Oak Coffeehouse and […]

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It’s time to move on and transfer

It’s time to move on and transfer

By Maddison Godi, reporter. Many students at Delta college are preparing to approach their next advancement. Here’s some information to give you some confidence when pondering the question of transferring. Why do you want to transfer? When looking to transfer out of a community college, it is best to assess why. Most students are leaving to complete a bachelor’s degree. […]

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Temple Grandin informs and inspires at Delta College

Temple Grandin informs and inspires at Delta College

By Crystal Gwizdala, Collegiate correspondent. UNIVERSITY CENTER − Temple Grandin brought her autism advocacy to Delta College on Valentine’s Day and, although she gave two presentations in the Pioneer Gymnasium, seats were scarce. “The fact that it was free was much appreciated,” said one attendee. “Parents of children with autism don’t get to go out too much and we spend […]

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Tri City Hotspot: Cashman’s Comics brings superheroes to Bay City

Tri City Hotspot: Cashman’s Comics brings superheroes to Bay City

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. BAY CITY — Batman. Superman. Spiderman. Wonder Woman. All of your favorite superheroes and much more can be found at Cashman’s Comics in Bay City. Heading into its 23rd year in business, Cashman’s Comics is owned and operated by its namesake John Cashman and caters to both veteran comic collectors and newcomers alike, offering a […]

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Eye on Alumni: Power couple finds success in multimedia

Eye on Alumni: Power couple finds success in multimedia

By Steele Wynne, reporter. Matt Brown and Harper Skrzypczak, Delta alumni and seasoned media specialists, have benefited from their Delta experience in the utmost capacity, both pursuing an entrepreneurial field in providing multimedia services through their own business called First Matter Media. During Brown’s time at Delta, he sought and obtained three degrees: general studies, electronic media broadcasting and journalism. […]

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Food pantry dedicates time to helping college students

Food pantry dedicates time to helping college students

By Maddison Godi, reporter. The Delta College food pantry is a charitable organization open to all registered Delta students. This organization utilizes staff and student workers’ help to put together free bagged meals for Delta College students, and all a student needs to use the food pantry is their student I.D. For those interested in using the food pantry, there […]

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Keep your skin clear despite the stress of a new semester

Keep your skin clear despite the stress of a new semester

By Maia Wiederhold, illustrator. It’s no secret that along with a new semester comes new classes, a new schedule and unavoidable levels of stress. Trying to balance homework, studying and extracurriculars definitely takes a toll on our student minds, and is put on display to others through our skin, increasing the stress. Even those with the most impeccable skin can […]

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Students set goals and get organized

Students set goals and get organized

By Maddie Stallings, Collegiate correspondent. College students today are working while going to school to pay their rent, insurance and other bills, while they still have to take out loans to pay for their education. Balancing work, school and social life is common. Add the extracurriculars that college students can get involved in, such as volunteering, Greek life and other […]

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Tips to start off the new year

Tips to start off the new year

By Maddison Godi, reporter. The new year is here and most of us couldn’t feel any less prepared. New Year’s resolutions are great, but, most of the time, goals are spoken once and thrown by the wayside soon after. These tips will assist in helping anyone break lazy boundaries allowing for a successful new year attitude. Tip One: Commit yourself […]

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