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‘I BELIEVE HER’ Post-it notes cover Delta’s main campus

‘I BELIEVE HER’ Post-it notes cover Delta’s main campus

By Josie Norris, editor-in-chief, and MaCayla Jablonski, assistant editor-in-chief.  UNIVERSITY CENTER– Students, staff and faculty members who arrived early Monday morning found roughly 1,500 brightly colored Post-it notes reading “I believe her” covering hallways, benches, vending machines, clocks and windows. The notes are assumed to be in regards to the alleged sexual assault that was reported on campus last week on […]

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V-Day play is a victory for vaginas

V-Day play is a victory for vaginas

February 14 at Delta College was not just a day for giving cards and candy to Valentines, the “V” in V-Day also stands for vagina and victory both of which are embodied in “The Vagina Monologues.”

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Pasong’s plates family tradition and history in the heart of Old Town Saginaw

Pasong’s plates family tradition and history in the heart of Old Town Saginaw

By Josie Norris, editor-in-chief.  SAGINAW– It’s 4:30 p.m. on a Saturday and the kitchen of Pasong’s in Old Town Saginaw is in a flurry. Owner and cook Tina Saycosie leads a crew of “kitchen warriors,” as she calls them, which includes three generations of the Saycosie family as Bob Marley wails from the speakers as they prepare for a busy […]

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Isn’t that Illegal? and Donald Trump sparks discussion

Isn’t that Illegal? and Donald Trump sparks discussion

By Josie Norris, editor-in-chief. SAGINAW– Following the election results, there have been several controversial proposals and promises made by President-elect Donald Trump, leaving individuals questioning the possibility of the announced plans coming to fruition. The latest installment of Isn’t that Illegal? at Counter Culter in Saginaw Jan. 10 was a departure from the normal format of free legal training on […]

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“39 Steps” at Midland Center for the Arts: action packed onstage thriller

“39 Steps” at Midland Center for the Arts: action packed onstage thriller

By Josie Norris, editor-in-chief.  MIDLAND– The play, “39 Steps,” is an action packed, comedic adventure reminiscent of an old action Hollywood film brought to Midland Center for the Arts Center Stage Theatre. The play is based on the 1953 film by Alfred Hitchcock, itself an adaptation of the 1915 novel by John Buchan. “39 Steps” is a classic thriller of […]

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