Category: Opinion

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President Trump builds a wall in the newsroom/Trump is the GOAT

President Trump builds a wall in the newsroom By Patrick Sochacki, reporter   President Trump, separated from all of his nonsense and sensationalist Twitter screaming, should be impeached.  He has broken and violated the Constitution over and over again.  He has almost no qualifications to hold the title that he currently possesses.  These are thoughts Americans should have when thinking […]

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Our View: Delta needs its fun events back

Our View: Delta needs its fun events back

College events are a big part of campus life all over the nation. Given our new generation the demand for theatrical productions, concerts, parties and social engagements has become a necessity. Having the ability to attend certain “fun” events has not been a Delta tradition in a long time. The last exciting event that had been conducted was back in […]

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Does “13 Reasons Why” really glamorize teen suicide?

Does “13 Reasons Why” really glamorize teen suicide?

By Haeley Huggard, reporter Those of you that have been keeping up with the Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” probably saw that season three came out August 23. With highly controversial topics presented in the show, many viewers felt that the graphic portrayal of these topics was too much for younger audiences. Some argue that the show glorifies teen suicide, […]

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OUR VIEW: “People will die:” a deep look into MIchigan’s no-fault reform

OUR VIEW: “People will die:” a deep look into MIchigan’s no-fault reform

Over the summer, big changes were making their way through Michigan legislation. Signed into law by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, Public Act 21 and Public Act 22 are a couple of the biggest reforms to auto insurance that Michigan has seen to date. Under the guise of lowered rates, many are on board with the new system. However, there is no […]

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Changing the future for the better

Changing the future for the better

By Tammy Wright, Collegiate correspondent. What would possess a fifty-something to re-enter college? To many, I’d already reached hallowed ground: a pension, social security, Medicare, no daily obligations and most of the time, an empty nest. Am I nuts or what? For me, retirement isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. I couldn’t just hang around until my kid picks […]

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Invest for a better lifetime

Invest for a better lifetime

By Kelly Winters, multimedia journalist. Most people spend their entire lives worrying about how they are going to pay for college and inevitably get through their student loans. Some of those who aren’t faced with this worry have made the bold decision that a four year degree just simply is not for them. Others are trust fund babies. As an […]

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Our View: The cannabis marketplace will spark up the mitten state’s economy

Our View: The cannabis marketplace will spark up the mitten state’s economy

After the passing of Proposal 1 during the 2018 midterm election, the state of Michigan officially legalized the recreational use of cannabis. This is groundbreaking, as Michigan became the first state in the Midwest to do so. Recreational cannabis dispensaries are expected to begin sales officially in early 2020. We believe that this is good for Michigan. Even though the […]

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Jordan Peele horrifies ‘Us’ again

Jordan Peele horrifies ‘Us’ again

By Kevin Lazzaro, Multimedia Journalist. Jordan Peele’s directorial debut “Get Out” received some of the highest ratings of any horror movie in history, currently resting at the number one horror movie on Rotten Tomatoes. It even raked in an academy award for the new director. Fans of the film and Peele’s directorial style have been eagerly awaiting a follow up […]

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Making the Great Lakes great again

Making the Great Lakes great again

By Kelly Winters, multimedia journalist. On Thursday, March 28, thousands of supporters of U.S. president Donald Trump rallied to hear him speak about some of the issues that America is currently facing. Even though the majority of the event was focused on the greater good of America as a whole, he did have some things to say about problems that […]

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Our View: Victims of trauma are traumatically not helped

Our View: Victims of trauma are traumatically not helped

Throughout the course of our time as a society, we the people have turned a blind eye to those who have experienced traumatic events. Many times, victims have been left to pick up the pieces of their lives with the judgment of society staring them in the face. The victims have been not only stigmatized, but traumatized as well. We […]

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