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Ask a Pioneer: Dealing with anger in a healthy way

Ask a Pioneer: Dealing with anger in a healthy way

By Haeley Huggard, reporter. Hey Haeley, Any advice on how to deal with my anger? -AJ Hello AJ, I am sorry that you are having a hard time dealing with anger. In my opinion, I think you should try to find a creative outlet to focus your emotions towards. You could try playing a sport or going for a run. […]

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Financial Fitness: Credit cards vs. debit cards

Financial Fitness: Credit cards vs. debit cards

By Patrick Sochacki, reporter. Becoming financially literate is gravely important to a successful future; it has been stated here in Financial Fitness before and surely will be again. One of the more basic things that can be learned about finance is the difference between a credit and debit card. Credit cards When it comes to these two things, credit cards […]

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Top 5 boom or bust fantasy football players

Top 5 boom or bust fantasy football players

By Kelvin Butler, sports reporter. Here’s the top 5 fantasy football players that win or lose you games, after the first quarter of the young and hopeful NFL season. Tyler Boyd (wide receiver, Cincinnati Bengals) – After having two huge games with 10+ targets, he finally had a bad game in his third week, so he’s a good flex option […]

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Meet Anna Williams, the new administrative assistant

Meet Anna Williams, the new administrative assistant

By Michael Piwowarski, editor-in-chief. UNIVERSITY CENTER – Having first joined the Delta College team three years ago as a Student and Civic Engagement (SACE) employee, Anna Williams has now been promoted to administrative assistant to the vice president. “[These are] very big shoes to fill, so I’m happy, but […] there’s a very big learning curve at the same time,” […]

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Become educated on domestic violence

Become educated on domestic violence

By Haeley Huggard, reporter Domestic Violence is something that’s heard of, but not often spoken about. It is the elephant in the room. It hides beneath our clothing or is kept locked away in parts of our minds and memories that we don’t wish to revisit. Believe it or not, domestic violence is everywhere and affects both men and women. […]

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Game Guy: Four underrated gems

Game Guy: Four underrated gems

By Colton Carrier, A&E Editor Typically, Game Guy focuses on the latest news and the hottest takes coming out of the gaming scene, so there isn’t often a solid chance to discuss games that might have flown under the radar of many gamers.. There’s a solid chance the topics discussed are cookie-cutter, entry-level stuff. To that end, we’re changing some […]

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Men’s basketball gears up for 2019-2020 season

Men’s basketball gears up for 2019-2020 season

By Kelvin Butler, sports reporter. After a good 2018-2019 season, the men’s basketball team at Delta College went 16-10 and went to the NJCAA District 10 Men’s Basketball tournament. They fell to Macomb Community College 54 to 78. At the same time, the 2018-2019 season was a success for the Delta Pioneers, even with all the injuries. During the offseason, […]

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Retail Roundup: To carry or not to carry?

Retail Roundup: To carry or not to carry?

By Michael Piwowarski, editor-in-chief. After a 21-year-old man killed 22 people at a Walmart shooting in El Paso, Texas, the retail chain decided to take action by ending sales of handguns and short-barrel ammunition, as well as asking customers not to openly carry firearms in their stores. For the midwest, Meijer was the next big retailer to follow suit, requesting […]

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Are the freemasons hiding in plain sight?

Are the freemasons hiding in plain sight?

By Haeley Huggard, reporter. Twitter: @HaeleyHuggard When we think about volunteer work, we tend to think about people we know, or people close to us that have been affected by an unfortunate incident. Typically, family members, friends, relatives and people from the community are the ones who participate. It’s often considered unusual for a mysterious organization to get involved. Freemasons […]

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Photo Flashback: Tune In!

Photo Flashback: Tune In!

By Rebecca Roberts, photo editor. Twitter: @DC_rrv Did you know Delta College operates their own public TV station? While there is no date attached with this photo, it can be assumed this throwback is from the early days of WDCQ-TV channel 19, which started on October 12, 1964. They have evolved a great deal since then, with extended programming and […]

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