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Is cloud gaming the next frontier for video games?

By Colton Carrier, reporter. Practically every medium under the sun has jumped to streaming, one way or another. Be it Netflix shaking up the film industry or Spotify shifting how most people find their new favorite tunes, streaming has changed the way most people engage with their favorite media. So it only makes sense that video games would try to […]

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Delta College hosts a free electronic repair clinic

Delta College hosts a free electronic repair clinic

By Jennifer Torres, staff reporter. Today, consumers have increased their use of technology and, with this, the expenses of fixing them. From improvements to software installations, maintenance can start at around $50 and go up to $300 (for hard drive replacement). At Delta College, they have a special program run by the Information Technology & Security Computer Club that fixes […]

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Communication: How much is too much?

Communication: How much is too much?

By: Aubrie Smith, co-editor-in-chief Each week as I sit and think of my latest Honest Monogamist topic, I always seem to come back to the same ending point: strengthen the communication. Everything seems fixable if you’re open to honest discussion, change and constructive criticism. I saw a quote dwindling online that said: “Remember, it’s not you versus him, it’s you […]

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Did you know? – Meningitis immunization for college students and more

Did you know? – Meningitis immunization for college students and more

By Jessica Sierocki, photo editor. Meningitis immunization for college students Colleges are recommending students to get a meningitis B, or bacterial meningitis, vaccination. According to Pittsburg Post-Gazette, an estimated 60 teens a year take ill from the B strain. Meningitis B is a serious illness. It spreads directly from person to person during close encounters. An example of this would […]

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Heating up: Climate change outpaces projections

Heating up: Climate change outpaces projections

By Matt Brown, Managing Editor. Heed the warning: the Earth is warming. According to NASA’s most recent data, the Earth warmed by about 1.4 degrees Fahrenheit since 1880, when carbon level records began on a global scale. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, under the control of the UN, believes (with 95 percent confidence) that most, and probably all, of the warming […]

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So you want to be an online dater?: An inside look at digital courtship

So you want to be an online dater?: An inside look at digital courtship

By Denise Pena, Guest writer.  Dating at any age can be stressful. In a time where our focus is always split, when did we cross over from casually meeting someone in a restaurant or a library, to meeting someone through our phones or computers? Online dating, for many, is convenient due to a packed schedule. There are many different sites […]

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Planetarium to host first ever Astronomy Night

Planetarium to host first ever Astronomy Night

By Andrew Mason, Staff Reporter. If you’re a fan of Deep Space, stargazing or astronomy in general, then you may want to check this out. Friday, April 15, the Delta College Planetarium will be hosting shows and activities in order to celebrate the first ever Statewide Astronomy Night. The event is lead by the Michigan State University Science Festival. The festival […]

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Rife with Life? Astronomy professor speaks on possible alien civilizations

Rife with Life? Astronomy professor speaks on possible alien civilizations

By Cameron Kerkau, Staff Reporter. Are we alone in the universe? No one can know for sure, but according to Astronomy and Physics Professor Aurelian Balan, the math says probably not. On Mar. 18, Balan gave a presentation at the Planetarium considering the possibility of alien civilizations in our galaxy. According to Balan, there are four hundred billion stars in […]

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Invasive algae: A nuisance or nightmare?

Invasive algae: A nuisance or nightmare?

By Carl Gambill, Guest Writer. Michiganders are no strangers to invasive species. For a little over three decades, the invasive form of algae called Starry Stonewort has been living inside of Michigan lakes. As thin as fishing line, and thick as carpet, the patient invader threatens to cause local fish and plant populations to deteriorate. It also makes boating and […]

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“Unravel” stuns, is addicting and fun

“Unravel” stuns, is addicting and fun

By Andrew Mason, Staff Reporter.  If you’re anything of a gamer, do yourself a favor and buy “Unravel.” The side-scrolling platformer is one of those rare gems that comes out of nowhere. The game is made by ColdWood Interactive out of Sweden, and if anything, I’m hoping that this game is a sign of more things to come from this […]

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