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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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Delta student wins Trip to D.C. contest

Delta student wins Trip to D.C. contest

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. Diane Dirk, an Associate in Arts major at Delta College, has won a bus tour to Washington D.C. thanks to a contest organized by Delta’s political science division. The contest ran throughout the fall semester during the 2018 election season. Delta students could enter for a chance to win by taking part in various political […]

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Earl Selby, long time member of Delta board of trustees, dies

Earl Selby, long time member of Delta board of trustees, dies

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor R. Earl Selby, one of the longest serving members of the Delta College board of trustees and local television personality on Delta College’s Q-TV (WDCQ-TV), has died. Delta College President Dr. Jean Goodnow said in a statement that Selby died at his home in the San Francisco Bay Area of California over the weekend, nearly […]

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Retail Roundup: Sears is gone; your local family owned shop isn’t

Retail Roundup: Sears is gone; your local family owned shop isn’t

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. Oh, how the mighty have fallen! After more than a century of existence as a retail powerhouse, this may be the end of the road for Sears, as their parent company, Sears Holdings, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy a few weeks ago. It’s amazing how Sears started out as a humble catalog order outfit, then […]

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Why Halloween costumes should be allowed in every work environment

Why Halloween costumes should be allowed in every work environment

Illustration by Maia Rose Wiederhold By Kelly Winters, multimedia reporter. As a society that contains so many free thinkers, you would assume dressing up for Halloween would be accepted far and wide throughout school and professional environments. However, it is my great misfortune to say that many people are told not to be their baddest, spookiest self on one of […]

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Saginaw celebrates Japanese culture

Saginaw celebrates Japanese culture

By Kelly Winters, multimedia reporter. In today’s society, we often tend to forget or gloss over the differences that we all have that make us and our cultures unique. Sunday, Sept. 16, the Japanese culture center in Saginaw hosted an event to celebrate Japanese culture. This event featured a main stage where groups ranging from the White Pine Glee Club […]

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Delta College softball sweeps Alpena in doubleheader

Delta College softball sweeps Alpena in doubleheader

By: Joe Thornton, reporter On the cold and windy afternoon of April 13, the Delta College softball team stepped up to the plate in a two-game series against Alpena Community College. The team withstood the cold and performed dominantly, especially on the offensive side of the ball. In the first game, battling against the cold weather, Madison Gentry took to […]

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Gender transcends binary

Gender transcends binary

By Kellen MacGregor & Jack Rechsteiner. Binary systems are passé to say the least, especially when referring to gender. Why is genitalia the basis of one’s identity? Isn’t identity more nuanced than the organs you were born with? The world we live in is not just black and white. Several shades exist within it that differ from one extreme to […]

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Men’s basketball team ranked 13th in the nation

Men’s basketball team ranked 13th in the nation

By Joe Thornton, reporter. After rolling through the months of November and December undefeated, the Delta College men’s basketball team is now ranked 13th in the nation. This ranking took place before the team’s win against Muskegon Community College with a final score of 78-67. With the Pioneers at 8-0, they anxiously await to see how the rankings will change after […]

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