Category: Collegiate Life

Photo Flashback: $trength in number$

Photo Flashback: $trength in number$

By Rebecca Roberts, photo editor. Delta students, young or old, of all different types, came together to take over the courtyard to bring awareness to the impending possibility of their student aid being defunded. In similar photos of the series, other signs also call for action: “Call your Congressman” and “Save our scholarships!” Local news as well as the Collegiate […]

Read more ›
Photo Flashback: Wham!

Photo Flashback: Wham!

By Rebecca Roberts, photo editor. What an awesome shot! This photograph was taken during what seems to be a Judo fitness class at Delta College, as the main subject successfully showcases a Judo move. There was no information left behind as to what year, or who any of the pictured subjects are. Can you help us fill in the blanks? […]

Read more ›
The Tunnel of Trees on M-119 is a favorite destination to experience the beauty of nature from the safety of your vehicle. Oct. 12 photo by Haeley Huggard

The Tunnel of Trees is a color viewing experience you’ll never forget

By Haeley Huggard, reporter. Are you looking to go on a day trip to see the changing leaves this fall? If the answer is yes, head up north to the Tunnel of Trees. This hotspot is located on M-119 and goes from Harbor Springs to an area called Cross Village. Along the drive through the tunnel lies a little town […]

Read more ›
Financial aid: learn how to apply for free cash

Financial aid: learn how to apply for free cash

Learn how to apply for free cash By Haeley Huggard, reporter Many students who go to Delta College wind up paying out of pocket for their tuition. What most do not know is that there are many benefits to applying for financial aid including grants, scholarships and work-study. According to Delta’s financial aid page; to see if you qualify for […]

Read more ›
Ceramics class encourages creativity

Ceramics class encourages creativity

By Rebecca Roberts, photo editor.

Read more ›
Ask a Pioneer: Halloween is here but winter is coming

Ask a Pioneer: Halloween is here but winter is coming

By Haeley Huggard, reporter. Hey Haeley, Got any good Halloween movie recommendations? -TJ Hey TJ, There are so many to choose from and I like a variety of them: anywhere from kids’ movies to straight-up horror films! I guess to name a few, I will start with the classic “Goosebumps” movies. The whole season is on Netflix right now and […]

Read more ›
Instructed: Bonnie Lalley and Cody Maereck gush about fine art

Instructed: Bonnie Lalley and Cody Maereck gush about fine art

By Patrick Sochacki, reporter. UNIVERSITY CENTER – On this episode of Instructed: Fine Arts adjunct instructor Bonnie Lalley and her student Cody Maereck. These two share wonderful comments and stories about each other, art, graphic design, the future of student artists and where art as a whole is headed as the world becomes more visually oriented. Lalley has been a […]

Read more ›
Photo Flashback: Art draws a crowd!

Photo Flashback: Art draws a crowd!

By Rebecca Roberts, photo editor. This week’s portal into a simpler time here at Delta College shows off the iconic 90’s fashion that is making a comeback in our modern style. The caption found written on the back of this print reads as follows: “People watch intently as Peter Ambush draws Jim Schimdt’s likeness on paper in the Delta commons. […]

Read more ›
Photo Flashback: Smile For The Camera!

Photo Flashback: Smile For The Camera!

By Rebecca Roberts, photo editor. Say, “Cheese!” This is your paparazzi moment! There is no indication as to when this photo was taken, but a caption found on the back of this print explains the odd group of photographers: “Out on the college driveway, the full-year press-photography students take a picture of their tutor… and he gets one of them!” […]

Read more ›
Ask a Pioneer: Dealing with anger in a healthy way

Ask a Pioneer: Dealing with anger in a healthy way

By Haeley Huggard, reporter. Hey Haeley, Any advice on how to deal with my anger? -AJ Hello AJ, I am sorry that you are having a hard time dealing with anger. In my opinion, I think you should try to find a creative outlet to focus your emotions towards. You could try playing a sport or going for a run. […]

Read more ›
shared on wplocker.com