• Delta College showcases Dr. King’s ongoing legacy on MLK Day

    Video by Danielle Will  By Logan Miller, staff reporter. Martin Luther King Jr.’s civil rights legacy was celebrated at Delta College on Monday, Jan. 16. Students participated in various activities and events across the campus, while some chose to simply focus on their classes. There was a trivia game in the Upper West Lounge and a showing of the film, […]

    Delta College showcases Dr. King’s ongoing legacy on MLK Day
  • Local parks offer taste of nature

    Tobico Marsh is the largest remaining wetland in area by Logan Miller, staff reporter. If you take a walk through Tobico Marsh just north of the Bay City State Recreation Area, you’re likely to see as many critters as you are people. The Tobico Lagoon, a 900-acre body of water, is the largest remaining wetland along the Saginaw Bay. A 4.8-mile trail loops […]

    Local parks offer taste of nature
  • Delta Choir Sings Holiday Cheer

    By Isaac DeVille, staff reporter. The audience was invited to sing along at this years annual holiday concert hosted by Delta on Saturday, Dec.17. The concert was conducted and accompanied by Professor Tim Hendrickson, past and present director of Delta’s Chorale, Chamber Choir, and Jazz Singers.. “This starts Christmas for me.  My kids are grown now so we don’t have […]

    Delta Choir Sings Holiday Cheer
  • Lady Pioneers bounce back from road losses

    By Logan Miller, staff reporter. On Nov. 30, Delta won a very close game against Rochester JV, 69-65. After an up and down series of road games, it was a sigh of relief for both the players and the fans for the team to come home and win, no matter how close it was. Head Coach Kelly Miller had a […]

    Lady Pioneers bounce back from road losses
  • Planetarium presents “Life Under the Arctic Sky”

    By Jessica Sierocki, photo editor. Dive into the world of the Sami People and watch their trek across northern Scandinavia as they follow their reindeer migration at the Bay City Planetarium. “Life Under the Arctic Sky” is shown every Saturday at the Planetarium at 3:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students and senior […]

    Planetarium presents “Life Under the Arctic Sky”
  • Unwoven Light exhibition featured at SVSU

        By Jessica Sierocki, photo editor. Walk into a world of reflections at the new art exhibition at the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum. Artist Soo Sunny Park was born in Korea and moved to the United States when she was 11. Her goal for this exhibition was to explore light’s potential as a structural element. The sculptures are […]

    Unwoven Light exhibition featured at SVSU
  • Bah, Humbug brings Christmas spirit to Delta’s stage

    By Brynna Henika, photojournalist.  Rehearsals have been in full swing for the upcoming production of “Bah, Humbug,” for its performances on Dec. 1-3. This is the first musical that has been brought to the Delta College stage by Director, Judyth Gonzalez and Choreographer, Beth Heyart. “Bah, Humbug,” based on Charles Dicken’s “A Christmas Carol” tells the story of Ebenezer Scrooge […]

    Bah, Humbug brings Christmas spirit to Delta’s stage
  • An artist with bipolar disorder reveals his artistic talent

    By Isaac DeVille, staff reporter.  Vincent van Gogh,  Pablo Picasso and Jackson Pollock. All of these are artists, but there is another thing tying them together:  mental disability.  This is where Dr. David A. Feingold comes in. This bipolar artist displayed his art on Monday, Nov 14 in room S-105 on Delta’s main campus. If Feingold were to use three […]

    An artist with bipolar disorder reveals his artistic talent
  • Dean of Students meets with Pioneers

    By Jessica Sierocki,  photo editor.  Jonathan Miller, Dean of Students, met with students to discuss any concerns they could be facing on campus over a powdery pile of donuts on Nov. 15. Students were able to meet Miller after he was hired five months ago. “It’s important to me that students know who I am, where I’m located,  and that […]

    Dean of Students meets with Pioneers
  • Chocolate Affair Celebrates 25 years

    By Brynna Henika, photojournalist.  Delta College foundation rang in another success for its top-selling fundraiser, Chocolate Affair. The fundraiser, which took place Nov. 17, uses its proceeds to provide for Delta’s Possible Dream Program. Attendees enjoyed a wide assortment of dinner entrees, specialty drinks, cakes and a wide range of delicious desserts for guests to enjoy. Live music, provided by […]

    Chocolate Affair Celebrates 25 years

News »

Division structure changes coming in May 2017

Division structure changes coming in May 2017

January 9, 2017 at 8:05 AM

By Ethan Moore, sports editor. When the current Vice President of Instruction and Learning services, Reva Curry, was hired in 2014, her priority was to examine the cost and...

Arts & Entertainment »

Local movie theater revamps its style

Local movie theater revamps its style

January 9, 2017 at 8:00 AM

By Abigail Beckman, guest reporter. The Emagine Theater located in Birch Run was newly designed with reclining chairs, a fully revamped menu and a fully stocked bar to satisfy...

Collegiate Life »

Delta College showcases Dr. King’s ongoing legacy on MLK Day

Delta College showcases Dr. King’s ongoing legacy on MLK Day

January 17, 2017 at 4:39 PM

Video by Danielle Will  By Logan Miller, staff reporter. Martin Luther King Jr.’s civil rights legacy was celebrated at Delta College on Monday, Jan. 16. Students participated...

Opinion »

Celebrities taken in 2016

Celebrities taken in 2016

January 9, 2017 at 8:00 AM

by Jessica Sierocki, photo editor. This past year has been a fairly difficult year concerning celebrity deaths. Many of the industry’s talented singers, artists and actors...

Sports »

How being a talented football player can make you a danger on campus

How being a talented football player can make you a danger on campus

January 9, 2017 at 8:00 AM

by Ethan Moore, sports editor.  Domestic violence has been a continuing issue in the game of football at the professional and collegiate level. There’s often been criticism...

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

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Perspective shifts on feminine hygiene products

Perspective shifts on feminine hygiene products

By Phoebe Fries, staff reporter. Efforts in making feminine hygiene products more accessible to women have been growing in popularity across the country. Last summer, the New York City Council decided to supply all of its public schools with free feminine hygiene products. Brown University recently launched a campus wide initiative to provide the school with free feminine hygiene products. […]

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Division structure changes coming in May 2017

Division structure changes coming in May 2017

By Ethan Moore, sports editor. When the current Vice President of Instruction and Learning services, Reva Curry, was hired in 2014, her priority was to examine the cost and the effectiveness of the current division chair model. Curry researched changes the college could make, and in the summer of 2016, Delta College administration decided it was time to implement changes […]

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Local movie theater revamps its style

Local movie theater revamps its style

By Abigail Beckman, guest reporter. The Emagine Theater located in Birch Run was newly designed with reclining chairs, a fully revamped menu and a fully stocked bar to satisfy every movie-goer needs.  (Photo Credit: Jessica Sierocki) Emagine, located at 12280 Dixie Highway, Birch Run, formerly known as Cinema Hollywood, opened its doors in 1997. As of spring of 2016, Emagine not […]

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Delta’s Student Food Pantry available for students

Delta’s Student Food Pantry available for students

by Brandi Miller, staff reporter. The Delta College Student Food Pantry is a little known resource located in the basement of the A wing. All Delta College students are eligible to register for groceries, but not many students know they can or even know that the food pantry exists. There’s only two necessities to get groceries from the food pantry: […]

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Delta Snow Day policy: against commuters?

Delta Snow Day policy: against commuters?

by Abigail Beckman, guest reporter, and MaCayla Jablonski, assistant editor-in-chief. Delta issued a delayed opening on Monday Dec. 12, 2016 due to inclement weather. Many students were unhappy with the two-hour delay and have made their feelings clear by leaving comments on Delta’s Facebook post. With the amount of snow the Tri-Cities received over-night, people are curious as to what it takes for the […]

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How being a talented football player can make you a danger on campus

How being a talented football player can make you a danger on campus

by Ethan Moore, sports editor.  Domestic violence has been a continuing issue in the game of football at the professional and collegiate level. There’s often been criticism of the issue not being punished nearly enough, and the recent example of Joe Mixon illustrates how universities are letting the issue continue, as long as you play the game well. A video […]

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Alumni Q&A – Adam Salgat Sr., Marketing Manager for Greater Midland

Alumni Q&A – Adam Salgat Sr., Marketing Manager for Greater Midland

By Sarah York, guest reporter.                                        Photo courtesy Sarah York Q: Can you give us a brief explanation of your job? A: My job here at Greater Midland as senior marketing manager is to overlook all the content that we are putting […]

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Looking Forward : things to do in the new year

Looking Forward : things to do in the new year

by Jack Rechsteiner, staff reporter.  If you’re reading this that means you’ve survived the holidays and you’re finding yourself on the other side of a new year. It’s still getting dark by 5:30 p.m. even though the sun is supposedly staying out one minute longer with each new day. After two months of staying busy with festive feasts, family obligations, and general […]

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DJ G-Lo dishes out the hits

DJ G-Lo dishes out the hits

By Kevin Whittington, guest reporter. Angelo Perez, better known to those in the scene as DJ G-Lo, has slowly been building up his reputation as an affordable, reliable DJ since 2009 and it’s because of his hard work and relatable attitude that he has allowed himself to slowly rise to the top. Sitting in a cozy upstairs bedroom filled with computers, […]

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Alabama and Clemson meet again in 2017 national championship

Alabama and Clemson meet again in 2017 national championship

by Adam Przeslak, staff reporter.  In a rematch of the 2016 National Championship, the undefeated Alabama Crimson Tide will take on the one loss Clemson Tigers tonight, Jan. 9, at 8 p.m. This season’s College Football Playoffs kicked off on New Year’s Eve as top seeded Alabama defeated four seed Washington 24-7 in the Peach Bowl. Later that evening in the […]

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