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    By Josie Dudek, Section Editor. Through the evolution of society, Psychology has become a more viable part of our everyday world. For students like you and I, getting a start at a community college can be a huge help in saving money, easing into the college experience and getting a head start on a future career. Unfortunately, Delta has limited […]

    Should Delta offer more programs for psychology?
  • Photoshopped to perfection

    By Brandi Miller, Staff Reporter. There is a way to change your whole appearance. No surgery needed. Just use photoshop. Delta College student, Kayleigh Messner, is a graphic design major. But if we’re being honest she can do it all. Whether it is painting, drawing, photography, photoshop or her specialty, graphics. “I’ve always liked art, it was my favorite class […]

    Photoshopped to perfection
  • Delta students contribute to Saginaw-inspired mural

    By Brandi Miller, Staff Reporter. The most recent Delta College Board of Trustees monthly meeting included discussions on art, budgets, and changes for Delta. The meeting took place on Aug. 9 at 7 p.m. The usual dinner meeting was cancelled. Vice President of Instruction & Learning Services, Reva Curry, introduced the guest for student success, Andrew Reider. Reider is an […]

    Delta students contribute to Saginaw-inspired mural
  • Professor reflects on five years of Delta’s American Sign Language courses

    By MaCayla Jablonski, Editor-in-Chief. Not only is Trent Wade the one full-time American Sign Language professor Delta has to offer,  he is also the first Deaf professor to teach at Delta. Wade, along with his interpreters, Julie Poletti and Angela Horne, have been spreading ASL knowledge through our college for five years (six this fall). “I can’t believe how time […]

    Professor reflects on five years of Delta’s American Sign Language courses
  • Annual exhibit displays student style

    Photo gallery by Josephine Norris, Photo Editor.

    Annual exhibit displays student style

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Delta students contribute to Saginaw-inspired mural

Delta students contribute to Saginaw-inspired mural

August 29, 2016 at 8:02 AM

By Brandi Miller, Staff Reporter. The most recent Delta College Board of Trustees monthly meeting included discussions on art, budgets, and changes for Delta. The meeting...

Arts & Entertainment »

Photoshopped to perfection

Photoshopped to perfection

August 29, 2016 at 8:02 AM

By Brandi Miller, Staff Reporter. There is a way to change your whole appearance. No surgery needed. Just use photoshop. Delta College student, Kayleigh Messner, is a graphic...

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Professor reflects on five years of Delta’s American Sign Language courses

Professor reflects on five years of Delta’s American Sign Language courses

August 29, 2016 at 8:02 AM

By MaCayla Jablonski, Editor-in-Chief. Not only is Trent Wade the one full-time American Sign Language professor Delta has to offer,  he is also the first Deaf professor...

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Does the olympic  merry-go-round still make sense?

Does the olympic merry-go-round still make sense?

August 29, 2016 at 8:00 AM

By Ethan Moore, Sports Editor. For all the prep work and planning that goes into hosting the Olympics, it’s impossible to predict what the host nation’s political and...

Opinion »

Should Delta offer more programs for psychology?

Should Delta offer more programs for psychology?

August 29, 2016 at 8:02 AM

By Josie Dudek, Section Editor. Through the evolution of society, Psychology has become a more viable part of our everyday world. For students like you and I, getting a start...

  • Between the Sheets – Get to know us!
    Between the Sheets – Get to know us!

    Summer is over and it’s time to get back between the sheets! With a new collaboration team to delve deep into...

    August 29, 2016 at 8:00 AM
  • Our View – Voting vacation?
    Our View – Voting vacation?

    When considering the issue of Election Day being a national holiday, the Collegiate staff was conflicted. It seemed...

    August 29, 2016 at 8:00 AM
  • Perspectives – Third-party voting
    Perspectives – Third-party voting

    Three’s not a crowd By Jessica Sierocki, Photojournalist. Politics is not my strongest subject. However,...

    August 29, 2016 at 8:00 AM

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Pioneer of the Week – Delta student takes on bodybuilding

Pioneer of the Week – Delta student takes on bodybuilding

By Erik Hopkins, Staff Reporter. From working forty hours a week in the summer to bikinis and body building starting back up in January, Delta student and Bay City native Lauren Sebald, 22, has become the ultimate juggle master. When the snow falls, Lauren starts her traveling, spray tans, and continues spending six days a week in the gym. For […]

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Sausage Party review – A “wiener” of a film

Sausage Party review – A “wiener” of a film

By Jessica Sierocki, Photojournalist. Warning: the following review may or may not contain horrible food puns (and I’m not sorry). If Rotten Tomatoes (the website, not the real food) rates it as an 82 percent, “Sausage Party” must be worth an eight dollar ticket, right? Well, the way I see it, viewers fall into three different categories after seeing the […]

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Suicide Squad: “killin’ it” at the box office

Suicide Squad: “killin’ it” at the box office

By Abby Beckman, Staff Reporter. Warner Bros.’s “Suicide Squad” was released on Aug. 5, 2016, and it could not have done better. According to Box Office Mojo, the squad earned the box office over $264 million as of Aug. 22 while the movie “Nerve,” a fellow PG-13 movie released only a week before, made only approximately $35 million. The plot […]

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THATcamp provides new perspective on technology

THATcamp provides new perspective on technology

By Isaac Deville, Staff Reporter. Did you attend camp this summer?  No, not that kind of camp.  This is THATCamp (or The Humanities and Technology Camp).  This is an educational camp for like-minded individuals pursuing technology in the classroom.  A place for students and instructors  alike to learn different uses of technology in different classes, mainly the humanities.  This year’s […]

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Local public address – Delta president gives speech to employees

Local public address – Delta president gives speech to employees

By Aubrie Smith, Section Editor. On Aug. 23, Delta College employees gathered to hear President Jean Goodnow give her State of the College address as faculty and staff enjoyed breakfast in the Pioneer Gym. “I want to take a moment and welcome everyone to the 2016/2017 academic year,” she began.  “This is the beginning of another academic year. A new […]

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Vamos a Cuba!

Vamos a Cuba!

By Erik Hopkins, Staff Reporter. Calling all students, staff, and community members – this is your once-in-a-lifetime chance to fill your 2017 spring break with culture, exploration, and education in six different locations on the island of Cuba. The nine-day international adventure has been coordinated by Felicia Peters, professor of business, and Crystal McMorris, assistant professor of English. From March […]

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Between the Sheets – Get to know us!

Between the Sheets – Get to know us!

Summer is over and it’s time to get back between the sheets! With a new collaboration team to delve deep into their personal journeys in college love, lust and misadventures throughout. Please feel free to send any questions about relationships, sex, hookups, breakups, reproductive health, and even our personal lives our way. We hope to be able to interact with […]

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Does the olympic  merry-go-round still make sense?

Does the olympic merry-go-round still make sense?

By Ethan Moore, Sports Editor. For all the prep work and planning that goes into hosting the Olympics, it’s impossible to predict what the host nation’s political and economic outlook will be seven years in the future. However, few could have predicted just how bad it would get in Brazil in 2016. From the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff, to the […]

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Planetarium debuts latest programs

Planetarium debuts latest programs

By. J. Maxim Schofield, Staff Reporter. Calling all space and film enthusiasts! Planetarium manager, Mike Murray, and coordinator, Nancy Douglas, have put programs together for the upcoming month of September. The programs vary to appease all age groups. Did you ever wonder what keeps the universe in place or why our universe looks the way it does? Join the planetarium […]

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Tri-City Hotspot – What was old, is new again

Tri-City Hotspot – What was old, is new again

By Phoebe Fries, Staff Reporter. Records and Tapes Galore, a store located in Old Town Saginaw that sells records, albums, tapes, cds and more, opened its doors on Dec. 10, 1974. Owners Bill and Judith Wegner bought the business as a way of cutting their strings from controlling, corporate puppeteers. When asked about being laid off prior to the opening […]

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