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Being alone for the holidays doesn’t have to mean loneliness

By Haeley Huggard, reporter. The holidays are coming, but not everyone has someone to celebrate with. For many, the holidays aren’t a time for feeling happy. However, just because you are alone for the holidays doesn’t mean that you should feel sad. There are many ways you can celebrate the holidays without feeling alone. But the most important thing to […]

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Students step up to wish Randal Crawford well

Students step up to wish Randal Crawford well

By Haeley Huggard, reporter. UNIVERSITY CENTER – Randal Crawford is an art professor on the main campus and has taught in Delta College’s art department for 26 years. Recently, Crawford had to take a leave of absence for health-related reasons. This moved student Cody Wiedenbein to create an art board, so that he and other students could send their beloved […]

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Don’t be the turkey at the Thanksgiving table

By Haeley Huggard, reporter. The holidays are coming and so are those out-of-town relatives. You know, that family that you must make pleasant conversation with and answer all their awkward and very personal questions. At some point, the holidays all have their cringeworthy moments. The best way to handle holiday stress is to try reflecting on previous holiday events that […]

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Students change their world, one poster board at a time

Students change their world, one poster board at a time

By Haeley Huggard and Maddison Godi Additional reporting by Jared Harris and Celestina Martinez, Collegiate correspondents. Tables surrounded the courtyard this past week as students educated each other about political and social issues. Change Your World Week, which took place Monday Nov. 11 to Thursday Nov. 14, brought inspiration to Delta’s halls with a Veteran’s Day presentation on Monday, the […]

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Early November snowstorm foreshadows winter to come

Early November snowstorm foreshadows winter to come

By Haeley Huggard, reporter. Winter has had an early start this year! On Monday, Nov. 11, Delta College closed its doors early and sent students home to wait out the snowstorm. Having continuous snow fall since 4 a.m., Delta students were forced to cease their campus activities, such as Change Your World Week. “There was definitely a bit of disappointment […]

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Dana Radosa demonstrating a high punch at her Taekwondo Tournament at Garber High School in Essexville. On May 4th 2019. Photo courtesy of Sharon Scharich.

Dana Radosa kicks her way to the top

By Haeley Huggard, reporter. UNIVERSITY CENTER – Dana Radosa, 26, is a Delta student who spends her time learning the art of self-defense. When she is not doing Taekwondo, she spends her time studying and watching Netflix to give her mind a break from homework. Taekwondo is a Korean martial art that revolves around kicking. When you have completed a […]

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Ask a Pioneer: Halloween is here but winter is coming

Ask a Pioneer: Halloween is here but winter is coming

By Haeley Huggard, reporter. Hey Haeley, Got any good Halloween movie recommendations? -TJ Hey TJ, There are so many to choose from and I like a variety of them: anywhere from kids’ movies to straight-up horror films! I guess to name a few, I will start with the classic “Goosebumps” movies. The whole season is on Netflix right now and […]

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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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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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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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