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[Photo Flashback] Cuddly Collegiate

[Photo Flashback] Cuddly Collegiate

By Rebecca Roberts, photo editor. We at the Collegiate hope you are having a relaxing and restorative break between semesters. I, for one, have been quite busy but I am planning a night infused with the vibe of this photograph — cuddled up with some literature and a furry friend. This adorable print of a cat surrounded by vintage issues […]

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Illustration by Lindsay Lang

Three-day weekends could save productivity and lives

Editorial Five days. Eight to 12 hours shifts each day. Then all you’ve got is the weekend to try and relax or finish those around-the-house projects before the work week begins all over again. Overworking is a serious problem among adults; not just in the United States, but in many other countries as well. Japan even has a word for […]

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Illustration by Lindsay Lang

Hunting for zombie deer

By Crystal Gwizdala, S&H editor. UNIVERSITY CENTER – As far as zombies go, these are pretty typical: bubbling lymph nodes, bulging spinal cords and sloppy saliva. There aren’t too many — somewhere under 17,000. But they don’t want to eat us; we want to eat them. Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), an incurable, fatal neurological disease affecting deer, poses a major […]

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Photo credit Midland Center for the Arts

Top 5 pre-Thanksgiving events to be thankful for

by Colton Carrier, Reporter Happy Holidaze! In the tradition of Cirque du Soleil, Broadway director Neil Goldberg has assembled 20 Cirque acts from around the world to amaze audiences nationwide. Celebrating Thanksgiving, Chanukah, Christmas and New Year’s, Cirque Dreams: Holidaze will take the stage at the Midland Center for the Arts for two nights. Performances will run at 7:30 p.m. […]

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Delta Beat – Fall 19 – Issue 7: Student Scholars, Christmas Music & Holiday Budgeting!

Delta Beat – Fall 19 – Issue 7: Student Scholars, Christmas Music & Holiday Budgeting!

Thanks for coming back for our 7th issue of the Delta Beat in the Fall 2019 semester! Between featuring a student, and giving some holiday budgeting tips, this issue is packed! Make sure to grab a copy of our print issue on Delta College newsstands! Follow us on social media! We’re on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, and TikTok! Videography / […]

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Editorial: Later days doesn’t mean better grades

Editorial: Later days doesn’t mean better grades

On Wednesday, Nov. 6, Sen. Kamala Harris proposed a new bill that would keep public schools open until 6 p.m. The belief behind this bill, the Family Friendly Schools Act, is that it would assist parents and ease their burdens of trying to find people to care for their children between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. while they’re at work. […]

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Top 5 for weekend of November 8, 2019

By Colton Carrier, A&E Editor   Riverside brings films from around the world This year’s lineup at the Riverside Saginaw Film Festival features sixteen films from around the globe, ranging from documentaries to thrillers. Venues include the Court Street Theater, Hoyt Public Library and the Castle Museum. Tickets are $6 per film and all-access passes are $45. The festival runs […]

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Editorial: How bad can the death penalty really be?

Editorial: How bad can the death penalty really be?

Michigan has a wonderful history with the death penalty. We haven’t executed a single person since statehood in 1837. We were the first English-speaking government in the world to abolish the death penalty for ordinary crimes. It has been unconstitutional in our state since the 1963 constitution became effective in 1964. On October 10, 2019, Republican Rep. David McSweeney proposed […]

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Late Night Soundwave: We want to hear you

By Samuel Philpot, associate editor. Everyone has musical talent inside them. Sometimes they’ve been practicing it for most of their lives, or its a new discovery for them. Either way, plenty of places have open mic nights or karaoke nights to give you the chance to perform. Bars will bring in karaoke or open mic nights as a way of […]

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Bank deregulation continues to accelerate rapidly

By Patrick Sochacki, reporter What happens if another financial crisis hits like in 2008? Will we, the taxpayers, be left to pick up the slack with another bailout? Following the financial crisis of 2008, President Obama and Congress passed the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010, the largest change in financial regulations since the Great Depression. […]

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