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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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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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Choral performance closes off semester with Christmas cheer

Choral performance closes off semester with Christmas cheer

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. UNIVERSITY CENTER – On the evening of Saturday, Dec. 15, the halls of Delta College’s main campus were mostly empty. The lecture theater (Room G160), however, was bustling with activity and filled with music, as the 12th annual Winter Holiday Concert wrapped up the busy fall semester with a festive performance. For more than 10 […]

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Holiday market brings Christmas shopping to Delta campus

Holiday market brings Christmas shopping to Delta campus

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. UNIVERSITY CENTER – The 28th annual Collegiate DECA Holiday Arts & Crafts market took place Tuesday, Dec. 4 at Delta College’s main campus. A wide variety of local vendors and artists lined the west main hallway, with several items – including kitchenware, clothing, food, arts and crafts – up for sale, giving Delta students a […]

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How to tell your child that Santa isn’t real

How to tell your child that Santa isn’t real

By Kelly Winters, multimedia reporter. Winter is upon us. ‘Tis the season to start readying your wish lists for everyone’s favorite holiday — Christmas. But for all of the people out there that are parents to small children: good luck! Be ready to bite the bullet and give all the credit of perfectly planned holiday gifts to that fictitious being, […]

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St. Charles kicks off Christmas season

St. Charles kicks off Christmas season

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor. ST. CHARLES — Coal Miners’ Park was flowing with activity as downtown St. Charles kicked off their 2nd annual Old-Fashioned Christmas Celebration Friday, Nov. 30. Although a park may seem like a more ideal destination for summer weather, an impressive crowd still gathered at Coal Miners’ Park to enjoy each other’s company and witness the […]

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Sundays in the City take Downtown Bay City by storm

Sundays in the City take Downtown Bay City by storm

By Kelly Winters, multimedia reporter. Sunday, Nov. 25, downtown Bay City hosted the kickoff to one of their most popular Christmas events — Sundays in the City. Starting Nov. 16, a slew of stores located in downtown Bay City will be offering a $5 discount on sales greater than $25. These stores include: 99 Trees Book Store, A Wedding and […]

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Our View: Green Christmases are a sno-go!

Our View: Green Christmases are a sno-go!

During the cold winter months, those living in northern states patiently await the first snow. In past years, it has been soul crushing when children wake up on Christmas morning to see the colors green and brown. We at the Collegiate believe Michigan is better with a white Christmas. Seeing the ground covered in snow helps set the mood for […]

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Retail Roundup: Midland celebrates Small Business Saturday

Retail Roundup: Midland celebrates Small Business Saturday

By Michael Piwowarski, news editor MIDLAND — Small Business Saturday — occurring the day after Black Friday — continues to encourage shoppers across the United States to shop at brick-and-mortar businesses that are locally owned and operated. This is in contrast to Black Friday, which focuses more on big box retail outlets, and Cyber Monday, which is largely celebrated by […]

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College Students take on the Season of Giving

College Students take on the Season of Giving

By Maddison Godi, reporter Before Halloween was even completed, holiday shopping ads began plaguing television and radio stations. The use of the words “Black Friday” is spreading like wildfire, shoving the season of giving at everyone’s bank accounts. Sales can tempt shoppers quite a bit, so it is best to proceed with caution. As college students, the holiday season should […]

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