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  • Pioneers press forward

    Pioneers dominate early, cruise to second straight blowout victory 84-68. Delta had some much needed momentum going into their matchup on Jan. 30 against Macomb Community College. They had just come off a 79-50 drubbing of St. Clair, and were looking to win the rematch after beating Macomb earlier in the year, 83-77 in OT. It took the Pioneers about […]

    Pioneers press forward
  • Signed and dined: Gov. Snyder ratifies water relief bill for Flint at Michigan Press luncheon

    On Friday, Jan. 29, Gov. Rick Snyder addressed the press and signed a $28 million relief bill to aid Flint residents with things like filters, school nurses and children’s’ health assessments. Legislators and journalists were gathered at Amway Grand in downtown Grand Rapids to watch the signing during the Michigan Press Association’s annual convention. “Let’s stand up together as Michiganders […]

  • Fog and apathy and shoulder length hair! Oh my!

    By Josephine Norris, Photo Editor. Bemo’s bar, an infamous music venue in Bay City, played host to the latest concert organized by Patrick Ewing’s Flattop, an alternative event organizer based out of Bay City. The evening started with the band Worn Spirit from Lansing. There was a definite apathetic vibe that shone through the wall of effected guitar tones and […]

    Fog and apathy and shoulder length hair! Oh my!
  • Noise in the Newsroom – Palomino Witchcraft

    Matt, Catlin and Josh of the Bay Area’s Palomino Witchcraft discuss making a splash in a developing scene on this Noise in the Newsroom. Featuring the tracks “Twenty Four” and “Morgolis,” recorded LIVE in the newsroom. Noise in the Newsroom – Palomino Witchcraft by Delta Collegiate on Mixcloud Produced by Matt Brown. Photo gallery by Josephine Norris.

    Noise in the Newsroom – Palomino Witchcraft
  • Public airwaves: Delta opts Q-TV out of FCC auction

    By Greg Horner, Senior Editor. The community can give a sigh of relief — Q-TV and PBS aren’t going anywhere. The Delta College Board of Trustees has voted to not have WDCQ Q-TV participate in the FCC’s spectrum auction during a special meeting held on Jan. 12. The Board had until 6 p.m. to make the decision before the FCC’s […]

    Public airwaves: Delta opts Q-TV out of FCC auction
  • Lady Pioneers persevere, comeback to beat Alpena

    By Ethan Moore, Sports Editor. The Lady Pioneers came into the game looking to stay above .500 as they took on Alpena Community College. It was rough goings early on as Alpena controlled the boards and took good interior shots as they had a 24 point outburst which led gave them a nine point lead heading into the half. Coach […]

    Lady Pioneers persevere, comeback to beat Alpena
  • Public airwaves: Community speaks out on the future of Q-TV

    By Greg Horner, Senior Editor. The lecture theater was filled with citizens concerned about the future of their local PBS station, who came out to participate in the first of two public forums the college hosted in regards to the upcoming FCC spectrum auction. The meeting was held on Jan. 7 and is part of an effort by Delta’s administration […]

    Public airwaves: Community speaks out on the future of Q-TV
  • Delta College hosting public forums to discuss potential auction of Q-TV

    By Greg Horner, Senior Editor. Delta College is hosting two public forums to discuss the college’s upcoming participation with the FCC’s spectrum auction. The meetings will be held in the Lecture Theater (G-160) on Thursday, Jan. 7 at 6:30 p.m. and Saturday, Jan. 1 at 10 a.m. Delta has until Jan. 12 to submit its application to the FCC and […]

    Delta College hosting public forums to discuss potential auction of Q-TV
  • Student body avoids stress with pickup dodgeball game

    Photo gallery by Josephine Norris.

    Student body avoids stress with pickup dodgeball game
  • Up in the airwaves: Delta moves to participate in FCC auction of Q-TV

    Editor’s note: In the article, Pam Clark is quoted as saying there are four options, however, there are only three options due to the Board’s vote on Dec. 8th. They are to sell outright, to move to high VHF, and to move to low VHF, and the amounts for these options are $166 million, $125 million, and $66 million (p. 25: […]

    Up in the airwaves: Delta moves to participate in FCC auction of Q-TV

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New changes for a new Saginaw

New changes for a new Saginaw

February 8, 2016 at 5:29 PM

By Marisa Loranger, News Editor.  A group in Saginaw called The New Ezekiel Project is trying to change the community. The New Ezekiel would like to see Saginaw become a...

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Graphic novelties – Embracing the medium

Graphic novelties – Embracing the medium

February 8, 2016 at 8:01 AM

By Cameron Kerkau, Staff Reporter. One of the biggest mistakes that a creator can make is to neglect the unique strengths of the medium they are working in. It’s too common...

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On the Road with Alex Kostka – February Tour

On the Road with Alex Kostka – February Tour

February 12, 2016 at 10:43 AM

Night Six: Louisville, KY – 2/9/2016 Statistics Miles Driven: 100 miles Food: Sandwiches, apples, water, granola Hours Slept: 5 hours Lodging: Hotel (split amongst...

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Give Cam a break

Give Cam a break

February 10, 2016 at 12:10 PM

By Andrew Mason, Staff Reporter. After losing Super Bowl 50, the Carolina Panthers’ quarterback Cam Newton is receiving heat from the media for the way he handled himself...

Opinion »

Schooled: our crumbling classrooms

Schooled: our crumbling classrooms

February 8, 2016 at 4:16 PM

By Marisa Loranger, News Editor.  What kind of third world country are we living in? Our schools have fungus growing in the floorboards and ceilings, there are missing stairs,...

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On the Road with Alex Kostka – February Tour

On the Road with Alex Kostka – February Tour

Night Six: Louisville, KY – 2/9/2016 Statistics Miles Driven: 100 miles Food: Sandwiches, apples, water, granola Hours Slept: 5 hours Lodging: Hotel (split amongst eight guys) Weather: snowy, 10 degrees, freezing my butt off. Expenses Gas: $15 Food: BBQ pulled pork sandwich ($10) Journal Entry – We set off from Cincinnati and made our way to Louisville, a town I’ve […]

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Give Cam a break

Give Cam a break

By Andrew Mason, Staff Reporter. After losing Super Bowl 50, the Carolina Panthers’ quarterback Cam Newton is receiving heat from the media for the way he handled himself during his postgame interview. As reporters asked Newton questions about the loss, he replied with short and one word answers, which ultimately led up to Newton standing up, muttering “I’m done,” and […]

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New changes for a new Saginaw

New changes for a new Saginaw

By Marisa Loranger, News Editor.  A group in Saginaw called The New Ezekiel Project is trying to change the community. The New Ezekiel would like to see Saginaw become a better place to “Live, work, learn, and play,” as the city’s motto says. The New Ezekiel sees this in their city but has realized that not everyone else see’s it […]

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Schooled: our crumbling classrooms

Schooled: our crumbling classrooms

By Marisa Loranger, News Editor.  What kind of third world country are we living in? Our schools have fungus growing in the floorboards and ceilings, there are missing stairs, no heat, bathrooms that don’t work and trash cans are set out to collect the toilet water leaking from the ceiling. Parents are forced to make the decision between sending their child […]

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Financial literacy week to teach students saving techniques

Financial literacy week to teach students saving techniques

By Cameron Kerkau, Staff Reporter. Are you a broke college kid? Delta College’s Financial Literacy Week, from Feb. 8 to Feb. 11, will give students multiple opportunities to become more financially savvy. “It’s making people more knowledgeable about finances. When I was in college it would’ve been really great for me to go through some of these programs,” says Campus Life […]

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Our View – Would you like lead with that? The McDonaldization of government

Our View – Would you like lead with that? The McDonaldization of government

The crisis in Flint has been called a lot of things: a health emergency, a national disaster and a civil rights scandal. But a talking point that has gained traction in recent weeks is that what happened in Flint constitutes a failure of government – that on every level: local, state and federal the government failed to foresee the crisis […]

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Graphic novelties – Embracing the medium

Graphic novelties – Embracing the medium

By Cameron Kerkau, Staff Reporter. One of the biggest mistakes that a creator can make is to neglect the unique strengths of the medium they are working in. It’s too common in the comic book industry that writers pen stories that feel more like a novel or film than a comic. The first few issues of Brian Michael Bendis’ “Ultimate […]

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Opinion – The Patriots have a gate problem

Opinion – The Patriots have a gate problem

By Ethan Moore, Sports Editor. When it comes to the New England Patriots there is no middle ground, you either love them, or you hate them. The team has developed a persona from their coach, Bill Belichick, that winning is the only thing that matters, by any means necessary. The biggest criticism of Belichick is that said means are not […]

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25th anniversary brings sister schools together

25th anniversary brings sister schools together

By Marisa Loranger, News Editor. Through a 25 year partnership with Delta College, the city of Nakuru, Kenya has been able to provide its community with education, libraries and technology. Delta professors had the opportunity in November to visit Nakuru and its colleges: Rift Valley Institute of Science and Technology, Nakuru Tracom College and Nakuru West Medical College. This particular […]

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Master the machines: Technology and culture author to speak on campus

Master the machines: Technology and culture author to speak on campus

By Harper Skrzypczak, Editor-in-Chief. As the world around us becomes more automated, few people are stepping back to examine the relationship between humans and machines. On Wednesday, Feb. 10, Nicholas Carr, a New York Times best-selling author and Pulitzer Prize finalist will speak at Delta College about this topic. The speech, which is part of the President’s Speakers Series, will […]

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