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Artists to look for in 2015

Artists to look for in 2015

By ANN ESCAMILLA, Staff Reporter. 1. The Districts Barely out of high school these fresh faces from Philadelphia ranging between the ages of 18 and 20 are sure creating some buzz. They play indie rock infused with folk, blues and classic rock. Their love for music creates an energetic show and an interesting vibe. Although they’re very young they are […]

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Gifts and gaffs of the graduation grind

Gifts and gaffs of the graduation grind

By DOMINIC ARTHUR, Staff Reporter. So here we are. We’re on the final stretch of road before graduating and leaving behind everything to go pursue something that’s not guaranteed. Graduating college is as much of a “necessary evil” as it is a “necessary good” (If that’s a thing…).  This is the time where anxiety kicks in and you feel as […]

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Has MLK’s dream been achieved?

Has MLK’s dream been achieved?

By LINDSEY SCHIBELHUT, Staff Reporter. “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” It has been almost 52 years since Martin Luther King, Jr. proclaimed those words on the steps of the Lincoln […]

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Local farmers sprout urban farming series on campus

Local farmers sprout urban farming series on campus

  By GREG HORNER, Staff Reporter. As the popularity of urban farming spreads across the country, Delta College is planting its roots in this growing trend.  For those interested in achieving a green thumb, Delta is inviting students and the public to sign up for a series of classes which will guide participants through the steps needed to grow their […]

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Lady Pioneers hit the century mark

Lady Pioneers hit the century mark

  By TOM GREENE, Staff Reporter. At first, baskets didn’t come easy for the Lady Pioneers against the Henry Ford Hawks on Jan. 21. The Hawks started the game on a 6-0 run and forced the Pioneers to call timeout 2 minutes into the game. But after that, things started rolling and couldn’t stop. Mercedez Willis led the way with […]

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Our View: Education is a necessary, national right

Our View: Education is a necessary, national right

President Obama announced in his State of the Union Address on Jan. 20 his intentions “to lower the cost of community college – to zero.” The President announced his plan in front of a new Congress, just weeks after Republicans took control of the Senate. also    This proposal would provide two years of community college for free to students who […]

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Hazardous conditions call for caution

Hazardous conditions call for caution

By ANN ESCAMILLA, Staff Reporter. Driving in the winter can be a scary thing for most people. From black ice to drifts, driving on snow covered roads can be a dangerous mission especially when waking up late is common among college students. There are many precautions that one can take when driving on hazardous roads. “First is to have your […]

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“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” a mouthful, but a delightful show

“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” a mouthful, but a delightful show

By JOSEPHINE NORRIS, Photo Editor. The Bay City Players’ production of “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” however big of a mouthful the title is, is an absolute pleasure to watch. “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” is a comedy, written by Christopher Durang and inspired by Anton Chekhov’s “The Cherry Orchard.” The play is centered on three […]

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Fountain Talk: What is your winter jam?

Megan Escamilla: Hugh Laurie // John Cone: “Futurists” by Golden Coast // Joel Curry: “Uptown Funk” by Bruno Mars // Kaleb Yaeger: “The Preacher” by Jamie N Commons // Angie Auguilera: “Not the Only One” Sam Smith // Shot by: JOSEPHINE NORRIS Produced by: MATT BROWN

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PC Clinic returns to campus

PC Clinic returns to campus

By GABRIELLE MARTIN, Staff Reporter. The Information Technology and Security (ITS) Computer Club of Delta College will be hosting a free PC repair clinic on Friday Jan. 23 and Friday Jan. 30. The ITS Computer Club will be providing services such as working with hardware issues, evaluating and consulting PC upgrades, and troubleshooting/repairing system errors on both Mac and Windows […]

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