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  • B.A.R.S bring community to Bay Area

    Join in on Staff Reporter Greg Horner’s ride with the Bay Area Riding Society. B.A.R.S. “specializes in weekly group rides and commutes to special weekday/weekend events in Bay City, MI.” Reporter: Greg Horner Produced by: Josephine Norris and Matt Brown.

  • Local film festival appoaching 10 year anniversary

    By Matt Brown, Multimedia Director. The Hell’s Half Mile Launch oarty took participants backward in time, to a ‘60s and ‘70s themed party held at Retro Attics, 1123 Saginaw St. in downtown Bay City. From 7-11  p.m. Michigan made beers, hand snacks and high expectations were had in the vintage decor store. “It could be bigger, but we just need the […]

    Local film festival appoaching 10 year anniversary
  • The Collegiate’s ‘Cheat sheet to Delta’

    A-Wing/Basement (Broadcasting): F-Wing (Health): G-Wing (Lecture Theater): M-Wing (Skill Trades): P-Wing: S-Wing (Art Department): Public Safety: Fitness Center: Office of Information Technology: Need help navigating the school? Let us know what area you’d like a ‘cheat sheet’ for.

    The Collegiate’s ‘Cheat sheet to Delta’
  • OUR VIEW – A broken system creates broken people

    Most of us know someone who abuses one drug or another. If it hasn’t personally affected you, you’ve still seen the arrests of local drug addicts on MLive or heard of heroin use increasing throughout the tri-cities and entire state. Drug addiction can ruin careers and tear families and friends apart. Why don’t we spend the billions of dollars that […]

    OUR VIEW – A broken system creates broken people
  • Delta College President receives pay raise amidst employee grievance

    By Matt Brown, Multimedia Director. On Tuesday, July 14, the Delta Board of Trustees met to discuss employee grievances and Presidential pay. Board chair Mike Rowley began the meeting holding a moment of silence for a construction worker Jason Schwartzly who suffered a fatal accident Monday working on campus. Rowley next motioned that an employee has requested a closed session […]

    Delta College President receives pay raise amidst employee grievance
  • Delta graduates achieve honors

    By MARISA LORANGER, Staff Reporter. A sea of green caps and gowns filled the floors of the pioneer gym this Friday for Delta’s 54th commencement. The two hour program consisted of singing from the Delta College Chamber Choir, professors and a speech from Delta College president Jean Goodnow. “I have faith that those futures will be bright and successful,” explained […]

    Delta graduates achieve honors
  • Trustees hold special meeting to discuss President’s evaluation

    By MATT BROWN, Multimedia Director. A special meeting was held by the Board of Trustees on April 29 covering what board member Dee Dee Wacksman called the, “president’s evaluation and recommendation for her – whatever – salary increases.” The board, “decided [they] should have a special meeting to have more emphasis, more importance, on this evaluation process.” To echo, board […]

    Trustees hold special meeting to discuss President’s evaluation
  • Collegiate staffers win 27 statewide journalism awards

    From Staff Reports. Delta Collegiate Multimedia Director Matt Brown has been named the Michigan Community College Student Journalist of the Year by the Michigan Community College Press Association (MCCPA). Brown’s award was one of 27 awards presented to the staff of Delta College’s student-run newspaper at the annual MCCPA awards luncheon and conference on Saturday at Central Michigan University April […]

    Collegiate staffers win 27 statewide journalism awards
  • Pioneer for women forges frontier for equality

    By GABRIELLE MARTIN, Staff Reporter.  It is often said that a lot can change in a single year. For transgender woman Charin Davenport, that couldn’t be more true. A year ago, Davenport appeared to most observers to be an ordinary man. On April 14, Davenport will be honored as an extraordinary woman. Davenport, an adjunct English professor, will be recognized […]

    Pioneer for women forges frontier for equality
  • Fountain Talk: “How have you grown in the past year?”

    “I have grown to like school because I have to work towards my career. I appreciate teachers more.” Tristin Clark, 17, Bay City “I figured out that it is now time to work toward goals and that school will help- not hinder me. I want to be a cop in New York City.” Kaitlyn Arn, 18, Merrill “I am a […]

    Fountain Talk: “How have you grown in the past year?”

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Few Delta students busted cheating

Few Delta students busted cheating

August 31, 2015 at 8:01 AM

By Gabrielle Martin, News Editor. How likely are you to get caught cheating on a test or plagiarizing an assignment? Statistically, at Delta College, not very According to...

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The Hotelier’s “Home, Like Noplace Is There”

The Hotelier’s “Home, Like Noplace Is There”

August 31, 2015 at 8:00 AM

By Alex Kostka, Staff Reporter. The genre “emo,” a style of rock music utilizing emotional and confessional lyrics, has continued to make its point across musically....

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Soccer coach looks to bring success back to Delta

Soccer coach looks to bring success back to Delta

August 31, 2015 at 8:00 AM

By Kyle Grew, Contributing Reporter. Paul Stenglein, leaves his house in Frankenmuth, and finds his way back to the place where he started his academic career: Delta College. Stenglein,...

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My summer at the president’s farmhouse

My summer at the president’s farmhouse

August 31, 2015 at 8:00 AM

By Dominic Arthur, Staff Reporter. Over the summer, I was able to start and complete my first short film. Cue the ballyhoo. We had a couple of months to pull off a short film....

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Few Delta students busted cheating

Few Delta students busted cheating

By Gabrielle Martin, News Editor. How likely are you to get caught cheating on a test or plagiarizing an assignment? Statistically, at Delta College, not very According to a study done by Donald McCabe of Rutgers University, 38 percent of undergraduate students admit to paraphrasing or copying a few sentences from a source without footnoting it while 14 percent admit […]

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Soccer coach looks to bring success back to Delta

Soccer coach looks to bring success back to Delta

By Kyle Grew, Contributing Reporter. Paul Stenglein, leaves his house in Frankenmuth, and finds his way back to the place where he started his academic career: Delta College. Stenglein, who graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from MSU, is in his fifth year as head coach of the Lady Pioneers soccer team. The normal day-to-day life of Stenglein during […]

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My summer at the president’s farmhouse

My summer at the president’s farmhouse

By Dominic Arthur, Staff Reporter. Over the summer, I was able to start and complete my first short film. Cue the ballyhoo. We had a couple of months to pull off a short film. Actual production time took about five weeks. I was nervous. I wasn’t sure what to expect. I felt the safety net of working with friends and […]

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Trump, candidacy and controversy in Birch Run

Trump, candidacy and controversy in Birch Run

By Lindsey Schibelhut, Staff Reporter. 2016 Presidential candidate hopeful Donald Trump made an official campaign stop in Birch Run at the Expo Center, Tuesday Aug. 11. Trump spoke to a sold out crowd of 2,500 about the changes he would make in Washington if he becomes the Republican nominee. Some of the topics he covered were: Obamacare, Iran, illegal immigration, […]

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INFORMERS CORNER – Running from the Asylum: How to keep it together when your country falls apart

INFORMERS CORNER – Running from the Asylum: How to keep it together when your country falls apart

By Greg Horner, Staff Reporter. When I was little I remember reading “1984,” “Brave New World” and “The Hunger Games: Part 2 Catching Fire” with hopeless optimism that the world would never look as depicted in those books. But now Trump is running for president, America has always been at war with the Middle East and my mother only communicates […]

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The Hotelier’s “Home, Like Noplace Is There”

The Hotelier’s “Home, Like Noplace Is There”

By Alex Kostka, Staff Reporter. The genre “emo,” a style of rock music utilizing emotional and confessional lyrics, has continued to make its point across musically. The raw and heartfelt emotion expressed shows how a band’s writing and delivery can affect another. The Hotelier’s “Home, Like Noplace Is There” has exceeded those expectations that some may have, and will pull […]

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HMDX introduces the Jam Plus, the little speaker with the large sound

HMDX introduces the Jam Plus, the little speaker with the large sound

By Lindsey Schibelhut, Staff Reporter. Do you ever find yourself wanting to play music for personal use or to entertain a group of people but wondering how you can do it without taking up a big footprint? Look no further than the Bluetooth Jam Plus wireless speaker by HMDX. The Jam Plus speaker comes in a variety of different colors […]

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The state of the college

The state of the college

By Matt Brown, Multimedia Director. At the annual State of the College address, Aug. 25, Delta President Jean Goodnow laid out the challenges that the college must face in the near future. The big question is: How do we re-engineer ourselves to compete in the area? In just the last five years, the school saw a 21.6 percent decline in […]

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Jurassic build up, typical let down: The film industry cashing in on nostalgia

Jurassic build up, typical let down: The film industry cashing in on nostalgia

By Kaitlyn “Harper” Skrzypczak, Editor-in-Chief. When I heard that “Jumanji,” the 1995 film about a magical board game come to life, was being remade I was furious. “Why,” I asked myself, “does Hollywood feel the need to cash in on nostalgia instead of creating new engaging stories?” It seems to be a trend that has gone on in Hollywood for […]

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Unfinished business

Unfinished business

By Matt Brown, Multimedia Director.  Capitalism: You get what you pay for. Or at least, you expect to get close. More and more however, for video game software, you’re only getting what developers give you. Enough is enough. It is time to start the conversation: The FCC, or any regulatory body, needs to set mandatory minimum standards for software. With […]

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