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Students need later hours

Students need later hours

By Maddison Godi, reporter SAGINAW— Students are searching for late hours in the Tri-Cities. For local Delta College student Helen Brooks she finds most of her available time in the evening, “I usually do all my homework past 9 p.m. because I do not get out of class till 9 p.m.” Having a busy workday surrounded by classes does not […]

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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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Electronic Media program prepares for next generation

Electronic Media program prepares for next generation

By Michael Piwowarski, editor-in-chief. UNIVERSITY CENTER – Thomas Bennett, general manager of broadcasting at Delta College, sits in his office in the courtyard level of A wing, home of the Electronic Media broadcasting facilities. His office is in the last part of the entire main campus that has not been renovated since 1961, when Delta College first opened its doors. […]

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Editorial: Later days doesn’t mean better grades

Editorial: Later days doesn’t mean better grades

On Wednesday, Nov. 6, Sen. Kamala Harris proposed a new bill that would keep public schools open until 6 p.m. The belief behind this bill, the Family Friendly Schools Act, is that it would assist parents and ease their burdens of trying to find people to care for their children between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. while they’re at work. […]

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Photo Flashback: Smile For The Camera!

Photo Flashback: Smile For The Camera!

By Rebecca Roberts, photo editor. Say, “Cheese!” This is your paparazzi moment! There is no indication as to when this photo was taken, but a caption found on the back of this print explains the odd group of photographers: “Out on the college driveway, the full-year press-photography students take a picture of their tutor… and he gets one of them!” […]

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Could we see a downfall of midterm exams?

Could we see a downfall of midterm exams?

By Samuel Philpot, associate editor. The midterm exams, one of the scariest times of year, is upon us. The extensive exam comes to collect our knowledge and will ultimately help decide our fate for the class. However it seems as though there are fewer teachers who give out midterm and final exams. According to an article written by Bruce Johnson, […]

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Trump impeachment inquiry draws mixed reaction from Delta students

Trump impeachment inquiry draws mixed reaction from Delta students

By Patrick Sockacki, reporter. Additional reporting by Maddison Godi, Collegiate Life editor. Does President Donald Trump deserve to be impeached? Would it even matter if he was? These questions are being asked by citizens across the country, and students at Delta College have varied opinions. “I do not think Trump should be impeached,” said Malachi Payne, 21, from Cadillac. “He […]

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Conquer the brick wall; master emotional intelligence

Conquer the brick wall; master emotional intelligence

By Crystal Gwizdala. Science & Health editor. I couldn’t get out of my head. Staring at the murky brick wall, rain pouring down my windshield, I didn’t know what I was doing. “There’s so much to do. I need to get to work. I need to go inside.” But, I can’t. I was parked outside the Starbucks on Tittabawassee Road. […]

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Don’t walk through college alone

Don’t walk through college alone

By Maddison Godi, Collegiate Life editor. Why do we all feel so lonely roaming the halls of Delta? Growing up, parents, teachers and upperclassmen bragged about how “it would all get better in college.” So, why hasn’t it? According to Deborah J. Cohan, Ph.D. at Psychology Today, “We may be in touch with many more people than ever before and […]

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Delta students bring environmental message to Washington D.C.

Delta students bring environmental message to Washington D.C.

By Michael Piwowarski, editor-in-chief. For many Delta students, activities outside of the classroom prove to be a valuable experience that not only helps them learn, but also gives them an opportunity to campaign for change; to make a difference in their community. This past summer, four Delta students in particular were able to bring their voice from the classroom all […]

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