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[Photo Flashback] Looking back or moving forward?

[Photo Flashback] Looking back or moving forward?

By Rebecca Roberts, photo editor. This archived print from the Collegiate’s photo collection has no information 一 no date, no names and no clues to what’s going on 一 so it is once again up to us to figure it out! It looks like these Delta students are part of a ski club or even a skiing class. Is there […]

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Is cloud gaming the next frontier for video games?

By Colton Carrier, reporter. Practically every medium under the sun has jumped to streaming, one way or another. Be it Netflix shaking up the film industry or Spotify shifting how most people find their new favorite tunes, streaming has changed the way most people engage with their favorite media. So it only makes sense that video games would try to […]

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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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Future’s “The Wizrd” casts disappointing spell

Future’s “The Wizrd” casts disappointing spell

By Ryan Reichard, reporter. It’s indisputable that Future has risen to rap star status after his debut album “Pluto” in 2012. Since then, he has been able to forge himself a string of rather impressive chart achievements, including having 77 Hot 100 entries (which landed him in the top 10 of most entries among any artist). Several of his singles […]

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The Guess Who returns (in name only)

The Guess Who returns (in name only)

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. Canadian rock band The Guess Who, perhaps most famous for the song “American Woman” but also responsible for many more classic radio favorites, have just rolled out “The Future IS What It Used To Be.” This is officially the band’s first full length studio album since “Lonely One” from 1995. I am a big fan […]

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‘Ready Player One’ is ready for the future of nostalgia

‘Ready Player One’ is ready for the future of nostalgia

By: Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor “Ready Player One” is a movie that’s set just far enough into the future that it can look back nostalgically at an interesting time: right now. As we’ve all been stumbling our ways through the beginning of the 21st century, there has been an increasing trend of people clinging to the nostalgia of earlier years […]

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Economics club is more than money and business

Economics club is more than money and business

By: Michael Piwowarski, reporter For some Delta College students, economics may sound like one of the more boring, mundane subjects; a student-run club started in 2017 seeks to change that and make economics fun. Collegiate staff reporter Joseph Thornton – with the help of Associate Professor of Economics Mark Mitchell – started the Delta College Economics Club in the fall […]

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Collegiate Top Five: Favorite movies of Hell’s Half Mile

Collegiate Top Five: Favorite movies of Hell’s Half Mile

The Delta Collegiate team saw as many movies as possible over the Hell’s Half Mile weekend and is bringing you a report of the best of the best that was screened at the festival. The Strange Ones By Jessica Sierocki This dramatic mystery was intriguing until the final moments. From the beginning, I struggled to figure out what exactly was […]

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Hell’s Half Mile reveals lineup for 2017

By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor. After 12 years, Hell’s Half Mile Film & Music Festival has no plans of slowing down and will once again be bringing new sounds and films to the Tri-Cities. Taking place from Sept. 28 to Oct. 1, the 12th annual Hell’s Half Mile Film & Music Festival will feature four days of events, live music, and […]

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