Category: Feature

New website

New website

Hello readers! With the coming of the new year we have made some changes including updating our website. You can check out our new site at: http://deltacollegiate.org/ Thank you! Delta Collegiate Staff

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Vibe Well’s acai bowls are topped with fruits and superfoods, such as berries, cacao nibs and bee pollen. Fenton, MI. Tuesday, Nov. 19. (Rebecca Roberts/Photo Editor).

Elevate your diet and mind

By Patrick Sochacki, Collegiate Life editor. Additional reporting by Rebecca Roberts, photo editor.   FENTON – “It was a calling. This is our lifestyle in a brick-and-mortar space.” Jennifer Ream, and her sister Christine Landaal, are co-owners of the organic cold-pressed juice, smoothies, acai bowls and wellness studio, Vibe Well. “The community has been extremely welcoming,” said Ream in reference […]

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Photo by Maddie Fordos

Lukas Dexter crafts the micro comedies

By Samuel Philpot, Associate Editor UNIVERSITY CENTER – On Oct. 28, Delta College student Lukas Dexter won the Berlin Flash Film Festival in the Micro Short Comedy section for his one minute film “Cowabunga.” Micro shorts are a category of short films where everything falls under the one minute mark. Introductory credits, the entire film and the ending credits must […]

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Dana Radosa demonstrating a high punch at her Taekwondo Tournament at Garber High School in Essexville. On May 4th 2019. Photo courtesy of Sharon Scharich.

Dana Radosa kicks her way to the top

By Haeley Huggard, reporter. UNIVERSITY CENTER – Dana Radosa, 26, is a Delta student who spends her time learning the art of self-defense. When she is not doing Taekwondo, she spends her time studying and watching Netflix to give her mind a break from homework. Taekwondo is a Korean martial art that revolves around kicking. When you have completed a […]

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Enthralled visitors watch climbers test their skill and endurance on the rock wall. Photo by Crystal Gwizdala

Blast off to Planet Rock!

By Patrick Sochacki, reporter Additional reporting by Crystal Gwizdala, S&H Editor   ANN ARBOR — Are you interested in rock climbing but don’t know where to begin? Planet Rock is a rock climbing gym, located in Ann Arbor, Mich., and Madison Heights, Mich., that offers everything you’ll need. Planet Rock is a world-class indoor rock climbing gym that has different […]

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Bank deregulation continues to accelerate rapidly

By Patrick Sochacki, reporter What happens if another financial crisis hits like in 2008? Will we, the taxpayers, be left to pick up the slack with another bailout? Following the financial crisis of 2008, President Obama and Congress passed the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010, the largest change in financial regulations since the Great Depression. […]

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Colton Carrier, A&E editor, plays “Point Blank” with his girlfriend, Bethany Lutty. Sept. 29, 2019. (Crystal Gwizdala/S&H editor)

Round 1: Fight!

By Crystal Gwizdala, Science & Health editor Additional reporting by Colton Carrier and Patrick Sochacki  If you’re tired of playing Pacman, flip a table.  Along with your favorite fighting games and rhythm games, Round 1 features the interesting and obscure. Take Cho Chabudai Gaeshi, for example. The premise of the game is to pound on a plastic table hinged to […]

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‘Delta Es Su Casa?’

‘Delta Es Su Casa?’

By Rahaf AlQahtani, reporter UNIVERSITY CENTER – Delta College rolled out Hispanic Heritage Month Sept. 15, bringing events to showcase Latino pride in the community. More than 7.5% of Delta students and staff are Hispanic. “What we want to strive for here at Delta is making sure we are educating everyone on a day-in, day-out basis,” says Carlos McMath, director […]

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Road Trip: Travel back to medieval times in Hollygrove

Road Trip: Travel back to medieval times in Hollygrove

By Samuel Philpot, reporter. Introducing a new recurring feature: Road Trip! Each issue, we’ll spotlight an event or destination in the state of Michigan for those of you who want to go on a day trip or a weekend getaway. Have a suggestion for a future Road Trip? Email us at [email protected]! The Michigan Renaissance Festival is a unique experience […]

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Informers Corner: I spent four days in Hell and loved every minute

Informers Corner: I spent four days in Hell and loved every minute

By Greg Horner, Informer For four nights in downtown Bay City I drank too much, ate too little and experienced something special. When people talk about Hell’s Half Mile being a film and music festival they only have half the story; I’m beginning to think the organizers only host the event so they can invite their friends and throw a […]

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