• Delta students travel to Cuba

    by  Phoebe Fries, page editor.  Several students and faculty members traveled to Cuba over spring break March 3 through 11 as part of Delta’s study abroad experience. According to Felicia Peters, Delta professor and trip leader, the small group that traveled to Cuba consisted of herself, Delta professor Crystal McMorris, two Delta students and some community members. The group toured […]

    At a senior citizen center in Santa Clara, residents teach guests, including Delta student Benicia Garcia, far right, to do the Cuban national dance - the cha-cha. (Photo courtesy Crystal McMorris)
  • Our ode to Women’s History Month

    By the women of the Delta Collegiate In 1995, the United States officially proclaimed March as Women’s History Month. For 22 years, our nation has celebrated and shown appreciation for the women in our lives and those who shaped how women are treated in our present day society. We have made a lot of progress as a society, but we […]

    Our ode to Women’s History Month
  • Kids jam with rock star at Major Chords for Minors

    by Josie Norris, editor-in-chief. SAGINAW– Saginaw’s own Major Chords for Minors had a special guest for the afternoon of March 3. Vocalist and guitarist David Victor, formerly of the band Boston, stopped by Major Chords for Minors the day before his scheduled concert at the Temple Theater to hear the students play. By the end of the jam session, Victor […]

    Kids jam with rock star at Major Chords for Minors
  • Taste of Soul brings community together

    by Brandi Miller, staff reporter. SAGINAW– The community of Saginaw came together on Friday, Feb. 24 to enjoy food, entertainment and to celebrate Black History Month at the annual event, Taste of Soul. This event has been celebrated at the First Ward Community Center for 22 years. Taste of Soul is a luncheon full of entertainment, vendors, and food. The […]

    Taste of Soul brings community together
  • ‘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 […]

    ‘I BELIEVE HER’ Post-it notes cover Delta’s main campus
  • Students shocked by alleged sexual assault, investigation continues

    By Cameron Kerkau, managing editor, and Josie Norris, editor-in-chief. The investigation into the report of rape on Delta College’s main campus continues. Director of Public Safety Robert Battinkoff says that there is currently limited information to go on. Michigan State Police Crime Lab has examined the alleged victim’s car for evidence and the results are pending. The suspect has yet […]

    Students shocked by alleged sexual assault, investigation continues
  • 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.”

    V-Day play is a victory for vaginas
  • Excellency Music Festival lives up to it’s name

    Excellency Music Festival turned two this year and it’s looking to put itself, along with the Tri-Cities, on the map.

    Excellency Music Festival lives up to it’s name
  • Empowering film gives background to original ‘Vagina Monologues’

    by Jessica Sierocki, photo editor.  UNIVERSITY CENTER– V-Week at Delta continued with the featured film “Until the Violence Stops” on Feb. 15. The iconic film was created in 2003 and features clips of the original “Vagina Monologues” from Harlem, New York in 1997, as well as showing how cultures around the world embrace V-Day. “The Vagina Monologues” were created as […]

    Empowering film gives background to original ‘Vagina Monologues’
  • This Is Art- Local band Vital Sea to release new music

    By Jack Rechsteiner, page editor. Vital Sea Swirlwind album preview Vital Sea is the work and vision of Bay City’s own David Beuthin. Starting as Beuthin’s singer-songwriter project, it has evolved into the local indie rock band Vital Sea. “Swirlwind” is the debut album from Vital Sea and the first release to feature Beuthin playing with a full band behind. Recorded […]

    This Is Art- Local band Vital Sea to release new music

News »

Uber and Lyft pull into town

Uber and Lyft pull into town

March 28, 2017 at 9:00 AM

by Josie Norris, editor-in-chief. The popular ride-hailing apps Uber and Lyft pulled into the Tri-Cities earlier this month and their arrival has many excited. Both Uber and...

  • Robin Devereaux-Nelson holds an example of the journaling work done in the Survivor Rising creative workshop. (Delta Collegiate/Jack Rechsteiner)
    Delta hosts Survivor Rising creative workshop

    by Jack Rechsteiner, page editor.  UNIVERSITY CENTER– Delta hosted a Survivor Rising creative journaling workshop...

    March 28, 2017 at 9:00 AM
  • Local web series takes off
    Local web series takes off

    by Danielle Will & Molly Doman, guest reporters.  In the competitive art field, it can be hard for students...

    March 28, 2017 at 9:00 AM
  • At a senior citizen center in Santa Clara, residents teach guests, including Delta student Benicia Garcia, far right, to do the Cuban national dance - the cha-cha. (Photo courtesy Crystal McMorris)
    Delta students travel to Cuba

    by  Phoebe Fries, page editor.  Several students and faculty members traveled to Cuba over spring break March...

    March 28, 2017 at 9:00 AM

Arts & Entertainment »

A tale as old as time hits the big screen

A tale as old as time hits the big screen

March 28, 2017 at 7:39 AM

By Jessica Sierocki, photo editor. If you haven’t seen the live-action adaptation of “Beauty and the Beast” in theaters yet, my only question for you is why not? While...

Collegiate Life »

Planetarium celebrates 20 years, new special events

Planetarium celebrates 20 years, new special events

March 28, 2017 at 8:00 AM

By Jessica Sierocki, photo editor. It has been two decades since the Delta College Planetarium opened its doors to the community to explore the untold mysteries of the universe. The...

Opinion »

Our ode to Women’s History Month

Our ode to Women’s History Month

March 28, 2017 at 8:00 AM

By the women of the Delta Collegiate In 1995, the United States officially proclaimed March as Women’s History Month. For 22 years, our nation has celebrated and shown appreciation...

Sports »

Intramural Sports continues to grow

Intramural Sports continues to grow

March 28, 2017 at 8:00 AM

By Adam Przeslak, staff reporter. Since the intramural sports club’s first event last year, a dodgeball game held on Nov. 16, the number of events and participants has gone...

Science/Health/Tech »

Between the Sheets – A majora misconception

Between the Sheets – A majora misconception

January 9, 2017 at 8:00 AM

By MaCayla Jablonski, assistant editor-in-chief.  Abraham Maslow, an American psychologist, believed there were five levels of needs that humans must meet in order to grow...

  • Super Mario runs into app stores
    Super Mario runs into app stores

    By MaCayla Jablonski, Editor-in-Chief. After years of anticipation, Nintendo has finally announced a Super Mario...

    December 5, 2016 at 5:00 PM
  • Pokemon updates in a major way
    Pokemon updates in a major way

    By Erik Hopkins, staff reporter. Since Pokémon GO came out over the summer, the once extremely popular app is...

    November 29, 2016 at 8:00 AM
  • Survivors of suicide stick together
    Survivors of suicide stick together

    By Brandi Miller, staff reporter. On Nov. 19 the organization Survivors of Suicide gathered together at the Bavarian...

    November 29, 2016 at 8:00 AM

Other News

Uber and Lyft pull into town

Uber and Lyft pull into town

by Josie Norris, editor-in-chief. The popular ride-hailing apps Uber and Lyft pulled into the Tri-Cities earlier this month and their arrival has many excited. Both Uber and Lyft operate via mobile applications that, once downloaded, allow users to request rides from nearby drivers. The apps require payment methods ahead of requesting a ride, then riders pay the driver for the […]

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Robin Devereaux-Nelson holds an example of the journaling work done in the Survivor Rising creative workshop. (Delta Collegiate/Jack Rechsteiner)

Delta hosts Survivor Rising creative workshop

by Jack Rechsteiner, page editor.  UNIVERSITY CENTER– Delta hosted a Survivor Rising creative journaling workshop on Wednesday, March 22 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in room N-007. “Healing our bodies, minds and spirits begins in the telling, in being part of a safe culture that nurtures and supports the telling,” says Devereaux-Nelson. Devereaux-Nelson is an artist, author and survivor, […]

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Local web series takes off

Local web series takes off

by Danielle Will & Molly Doman, guest reporters.  In the competitive art field, it can be hard for students to have their work noticed. Brandon Guiles, 24, took the initiative to start his own web series. “Lower Spirits” follows the adventures of a paranormal hunter and a priest trying to solve supernatural mysteries. They respond to disturbance calls and investigate the […]

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Eyes Wide Open Drug Summit opens conversation to the public

Eyes Wide Open Drug Summit opens conversation to the public

by Cameron Kerkau, managing editor. The Eyes Wide Open Drug Summit, designed to provide an awareness of opiate and heroin abuse in the Great Lakes Bay Region, was held at Delta on March 20 in the lecture theater. The panel was moderated by Meg McCleod, a reporter from WNEM TV 5, and featured eight panelists from local recovery organizations Emmaus […]

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Delta hosts spring job fair

Delta hosts spring job fair

by Phoebe Fries, page editor. Delta welcomed 87 businesses on Mar. 23 for the Great Lakes Job Fair, held in the Pioneer Gym. The fair welcomed students as well as community members to attend. According to Martin Finney, a career advisor at Delta, there were over 400 people in attendance. “The job fair is a great way to talk to different […]

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Planetarium celebrates 20 years, new special events

Planetarium celebrates 20 years, new special events

By Jessica Sierocki, photo editor. It has been two decades since the Delta College Planetarium opened its doors to the community to explore the untold mysteries of the universe. The planetarium, located on the corner of Center Avenue and Saginaw Street in Bay City, will host an open house to celebrate its 20th anniversary on Saturday, May 13, from 11 […]

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Intramural Sports continues to grow

Intramural Sports continues to grow

By Adam Przeslak, staff reporter. Since the intramural sports club’s first event last year, a dodgeball game held on Nov. 16, the number of events and participants has gone nowhere but upward. The first event saw nearly thirty students drop in to dodge, dip, duck and dive during the dodgeball game. Now most events see between thirty to sixty students […]

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Why a basketball player making it to his 8 am class is impressive

Why a basketball player making it to his 8 am class is impressive

By Ethan Moore, page editor. Normally, I think the way we treat our student-athletes is ridiculous. They are coddled by their schools and given unfair treatment based on the services they provide to their universities. With that being said, University of North Carolina Forward Luke Maye did something on March 28 that was actually impressive. If you do not already […]

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Campus Connection – Campus libraries promote diversity and more

Campus Connection – Campus libraries promote diversity and more

By Brynna Henika, staff reporter.  Campus libraries promote diversity with uplifting messages: Western Michigan University decides to take a new approach for its diverse student population. According to wmich.edu, students and staff use Post-it notes, writing positive and welcoming messages, and placing them onto select bulletin boards around the university’s four libraries. The idea for the project was discussed at […]

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I ditched my bra for a week and I’m starting love myself

I ditched my bra for a week and I’m starting love myself

By Josie Norris, editor-in-chief. I have a weird relationship with my boobs. There, I said it. I go from loving my flat chest to feeling inadequate as a woman with my 34A breasts. Earlier this fall when a campaigning Donald Trump said, “It’s very hard for a flat-chested woman to be a 10,” it hit me hard. The utter audacity […]

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