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Police brutality: Can keeping a better eye on cops be the key?

By  Marisa Loranger, Guest Columnist. In a world where technology is everywhere, everyone has a phone that takes pictures and videos. Police brutality is finally getting the visibility it so rightfully deserves. Don’t kid yourselves, police brutality against the African American community has always been happening, now we just have videos and pictures to shed some light on the issue. […]

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“Patrick’s Day” review

By  Austen Burks, Sports Editor Directed by Terry McMahon, “Patrick’s Day” is an Irish film focusing on the stigma surrounding a person with no mental illness being in love with someone who suffers from a disorder. Patrick (Moe Dunford) is a warm hearted 26-year-old man suffering from Schizophrenia. When he falls in love with a flight attendant his mother does […]

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Balloon fest heats up despite cold weather

Balloon fest heats up despite cold weather

Jeremy Droscha, of Time Traveler, from Charlotte, Michigan, fills his balloon with the help of his assistants. Midland Balloonfest, September 12, 2014. (Delta Collegiate/Lorena Wygant) Jeremy Droscha secures his balloon an Aerostar RX-8, as it begins to lift. Midland Balloonfest September, 12 2014. (Delta Collegiate/Lorena Wygant) A rare look from the inside of a blown up hot air balloon. Midland […]

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Voter drive on campus

By Greg Horner, Staff Reporter. The Democracy Commitment is hosting DeltaVotes! Voter Registration Drive, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, Sept. 23-25. Tuesday and Wednesday the drive will be held in main hallway near the E-wing. Thursday the drive will be located in the Commons near Red Brix. Academic groups, student clubs, and athletic teams are all […]

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Midwest Fest set to rock Mt. Pleasant

Midwest Fest set to rock Mt. Pleasant

By Dominic Arthur, Staff Reporter. Coming up on September 25 through the 27 is the 7th annual music festival called Midwest Fest. The festival is returning to Mount Pleasant, Mich., and will be taking place at Hunter’s Ale House, 4855 E Blue Grass Rd, for it’s second year. Midwest Fest prides themselves on having “16 bands, 24 beers on tap, […]

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Human library demonstrates diversity on campus

Human library demonstrates diversity on campus

By Miranda Owen, Staff Reporter. Founder’s Hall was packed with students on Thursday, Sept. 12, as they were eager to hear the stories being told at the Human Library event. Sponsored by the Democracy Commitment at Delta, the event aims to show participants not to judge a book by it’s cover. Dozens of people, referred to as “books”, were “checked […]

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Pioneers run through Owens College in recent win

By Austen Burks, Sports Editor. The Pioneers soccer team improved their record early in the season with a win over Owens Community College on Saturday, Sept. 13, and a draw against Alma College Tuesday, Sept. 16. The Pioneers finished Owens Community College with a 4-1 victory, with all points for both teams scored in the second half. Early in the […]

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Bay City’s famed Question Mark rocks campus for Hispanic Heritage

Bay City’s famed Question Mark rocks campus for Hispanic Heritage

By Ann Escamilla, Staff Reporter. It has been 48 years since the hit “96 Tears” by Question Mark and The Mysterians, from Bay City, Mich., hit charts and touched the lives of many. The band was considered the greatest garage and punk band to surface during 1966, as they topped the Beatles and Elvis Presley. It has even been dedicated […]

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Dangers of anonymity

The views and opinions expressed in these columns on this page are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of The Delta Collegiate. By Jacob Swiecicki, Staff Reporter. Young adults have taken to using a new form of retaliation against rival video gamers through the act of “swatting”.  Swatting is when a tech-smart […]

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Students mingle at club fair

Students mingle at club fair

By Dominic Arthur, Staff Reporter. The hallways were riddled with students Sept. 11 with over 21 clubs and organizations that are at Delta College. Some students timidly walked through the hallways, checking out clubs and organizations from afar; while others found exactly what they were looking for. The showcase gave students a chance to mingle and find others that they […]

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