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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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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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Photo Flashback: Grab your gloves, we’re making a snowman!

Photo Flashback: Grab your gloves, we’re making a snowman!

By Rebecca Roberts, photo editor. As we have just witnessed the first snow showers of the year, it seems evident that the cold weather is here to stay. I know what you’re thinking… Yes, the cold can be dreary and require extra effort to be put into our skin care routines, but taking advantage of the season yields great reward. […]

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Zehnder’s Snowfest 2019 captivates thousands in Frankenmuth

Zehnder’s Snowfest 2019 captivates thousands in Frankenmuth

By Zach Parfeniuk, reporter FRANKENMUTH — You would think that Michiganders would be just about fed up with the winter season by now. But despite the bitter cold, bad roads and other nuisances, people can always recognize the beauty of a winter wonderland when they see it. A grand spectacle of frozen art and pure fun, the 28th annual Zehnder’s […]

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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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Snowfest brings business to Frankenmuth

Snowfest brings business to Frankenmuth

By Joe Thornton, reporter. FRANKENMUTH – The streets and sidewalks of Frankenmuth were flooded with pedestrians for the 27th annual Zehnder’s Snowfest, which spanned over five days from Jan. 24 to 29. This free, perennial festival brings flocks of people to the area to celebrate winter and indulges attendees with grand sculptures using ice and snow. As visitors and Frankenmuth natives […]

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Penny Pincher: Winter vehicle hacks

Penny Pincher: Winter vehicle hacks

By Aubrie Smith, co-editor-in-chief. We’re having a pretty rough winter this year when it comes to icy roads and scraping vehicles. Cleaning off your car after some freezing rain, followed by snow and sub-zero temperatures can be a hassle – but here are a few vehicle hacks that will help save you some time and money.   1. Throw a rug […]

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Midland City Forest offers full winter experience

Midland City Forest offers full winter experience

By Joseph Thornton, reporter. MIDLAND – Winter is a season that invokes various emotions in Michigan. Some people love it, some people hate it, but it’s impossible to avoid it. Luckily, the Midland City Forest offers activities for both those who love winter and those who are simply trying to make the best of a snowy situation. The Midland City Forest […]

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