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  • Three key factors play into changing marriage age

    By GABRIELLE MARTIN, Staff Reporter. The average marriage age has never been higher, according to census data dating back to 1890. The average age to wed for a woman is currently 27 whereas the average age for a man to marry is 29.3. There are three key factors playing into the rising average marriage age and the recent decline of […]

    Three key factors play into changing marriage age
  • The Delta Collegiate Stream – 14th Annual Bay City/Saginaw Polar Plunge

    Icy-cold water. Crazy costumes. A fundraiser. That means it’s time for the Saginaw/Bay City Polar Plunge. For the 14th year, people will be plunging into the water at Haithco Beach in Saginaw to support the Special Olympics of Michigan (SOMI.) Produced by: MEGAN ESCAMILLA

  • Housing the homeless may be the cheapest option

      By MARISA LORANGER, Staff Reporter. How to deal with homelessness in America has become a frequent topic of discussion in recent months. Cities are putting arms in the middle of benches, creating laws against loitering and sleeping in cars, and installing anti-homeless spikes. There seems to be a trend that the homeless shouldn’t be seen or heard. Clayton Shell, […]

    Housing the homeless may be the cheapest option
  • Fountain Talk: What are your thoughts on vaccinations?

    “I’m neutral. I think that people should get them, but if not, it’s not the end of the world.” Maggie Lauzon, 18, Pinconning “I feel like they are necessary. They are important because people won’t get sick (with them). It is necessary to keep our country going.” Thad Vantifflin, 19, Bad Axe “I think people are afraid to vaccinate based […]

    Fountain Talk: What are your thoughts on vaccinations?
  • Records are the comeback kids

      By ANN ESCAMILLA, Staff Reporter.  Things that fall out of fashion always seem to make their way back around, and that has proven to be true with vinyl records. Record enthusiasts crowded the small room of the Amvets Post 22, 520 N Pine Rd. Feb. 14 as a mix of music and vinyl lovers searched for beloved records and […]

    Records are the comeback kids
  • Instructor shows students how BOSU is right for you

      By PHILIP WINTERSTEIN, Staff Reporter.  In addition to classes such as Tae Kwon Do, fencing and other unique fitness activities, the Fitness Center includes a class that utilizes a very different instrument that can be used for a large variety of exercises. The class, named after its instrument, is called BOSU Ball Training. The course, taught by Renee Hoppe, […]

    Instructor shows students how BOSU is right for you
  • Our View: Perform it, and they will come

    The theatrical productions that a college or university put on can be thought of as the real world, hands on experience theater students receive in school. They truly help young adults prepare for the industry of theater. These school productions should also engage the student body by including them as an audience. The theater productions put on by Delta College […]

    Our View: Perform it, and they will come
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  • Noise in the Newsroom – Even Keel Productions

    Staff Reporter DOMINIC ARTHUR interviews the men of Even Keel Productions as they discuss the Spring Shorts Film Fest. Find more information at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Even-Keel-Productions/331236320283700 Produced by MATT BROWN

  • The DCS Podcast – February 9th, 2015 – Volume 76, Issue 3

    (Download from SoundCloud HERE) February 9, 2015 segments: Voters to decide sales tax increase and with it, the state’s sales tax Black history month brings West African drum and dance group to campus REEL REWIND: Top 10 Romantic Comedies Men’s and Women’s basketball update OUR VIEW: Meninists don’t care about men: Why the internet trend isn’t doing anything helpful Produced […]

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Black Men Matter challenges views on authority

Black Men Matter challenges views on authority

February 26, 2015 at 8:00 AM

By GREG HORNER, Staff Reporter. Delta’s Ricker Center hosted a Black Men Matter panel to discuss the ongoing tensions between the black community and police. Several voices...

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Pit and Balcony brings award winning “Clybourne Park” to Saginaw

Pit and Balcony brings award winning “Clybourne Park” to Saginaw

February 13, 2015 at 1:01 PM

By JOSEPHINE NORRIS, Photo Editor. Pit and Balcony of Saginaw is bringing new theater to town. “Clybourne Park” is a recent Tony, Pulitzer and Laurence Oliver winning...

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Instructor shows students how BOSU is right for you

Instructor shows students how BOSU is right for you

February 23, 2015 at 8:02 AM

  By PHILIP WINTERSTEIN, Staff Reporter.  In addition to classes such as Tae Kwon Do, fencing and other unique fitness activities, the Fitness Center includes a class...

  • Student find the fundamentals of fencing
    Student find the fundamentals of fencing

    By PHILIP WINTERSTEIN, Staff Reporter. Delta College offers various courses that many students may not catch...

    February 9, 2015 at 8:00 AM
  • Deflate-gate
    Deflate-gate

    By TOM GREENE, Staff Reporter. After the Patriots victory over the Colts Jan. 18, there were accusations of the...

    January 26, 2015 at 3:14 PM
  • Pioneers of the Week: January 26th, 2015
    Pioneers of the Week: January 26th, 2015

    By TOM GREENE, Staff Reporter. Trayvon Colton, Men’s Basketball A new installment for this semester’s...

    January 26, 2015 at 8:00 AM

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An investigative look into Geoengineering

An investigative look into Geoengineering

February 27, 2015 at 7:50 PM

By LINDSEY SCHIBELHUT, Staff Reporter. Disclaimer: According to the Oxford Geoengineering Programme there are multiple “proposed Geoengineering techniques.” One...

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An investigative look into Geoengineering

An investigative look into Geoengineering

By LINDSEY SCHIBELHUT, Staff Reporter. Disclaimer: According to the Oxford Geoengineering Programme there are multiple “proposed Geoengineering techniques.” One of these techniques is the spraying of “Stratospheric Aerosols”. Which is the area we will be focusing on in this project, and whether it is happening already and the concerns surrounding it. Click the image above, or follow the LINK to […]

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Black Men Matter challenges views on authority

Black Men Matter challenges views on authority

By GREG HORNER, Staff Reporter. Delta’s Ricker Center hosted a Black Men Matter panel to discuss the ongoing tensions between the black community and police. Several voices in the African-American community spoke about the difficulty in raising their children to respect authority when trust in the community is at a low. “How do we as parents teach our kids to […]

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Delta professor says political polarization in D.C. “is the new normal”

Delta professor says political polarization in D.C. “is the new normal”

  By LINDSEY SCHIBELHUT, Staff Reporter.  Why is Washington D.C. so divided? Will it ever change? These are some questions which were discussed at the Brown Bag series: Polarized Politics, on Feb. 12. Associate professor of political science, Dr. Robert Moore, went over how congress has polarized and what’s caused it to increase over the decades. “You need to blame […]

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Meet the Mayor: Dennis Browning

Meet the Mayor: Dennis Browning

By MARISA LORANGER, Staff Reporter. “Exciting things are happening in Saginaw,” says Dennis Browning, mayor of the city. Browning, 65, was born and raised in the heart of Saginaw. He attended Saginaw public and Saginaw Township schools, graduating from Douglas McArthur High School. Saginaw has a very strong city manager form of government with nine elected city council members. The […]

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Supporting community-based mental health institutions benefits you

By GABRIELLE MARTIN, Staff Reporter.  What would you do if you were experiencing severe physical pain and the only way you could see a doctor or receive treatment for it was to commit a crime? It doesn’t have to be murdering someone… maybe just stealing a candy bar or breaking a window. Would you do it? What if this physical […]

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Informers Corner with Greg Horner (Feb 23, 2015)

Informers Corner with Greg Horner (Feb 23, 2015)

“Dear Greg,  Are there any quiet areas on campus to study? Seriously, the student culture does not seem to like the idea or the concept of people studying in a quiet peaceful manner.” -Matt Matt, my boy, I hear you loud and clear; college would be great if it weren’t for all these people here. Fortunately Delta has plenty of […]

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Delta dental clinic offers services to students

Delta dental clinic offers services to students

  By ANN ESCAMILLA, Staff Reporter. Need dental care but can’t make time to get to the dentist all away across town? Well look no more! Delta Dental Hygiene Clinic provides dental services brought to you by student hygienists themselves. Providing multiple services such as teeth cleanings, x-rays, cavity detecting, periodontal cleaning, fluoride treatments, and more, student hygienists get the […]

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Laverne Cox brings transgender insight to Saginaw

Laverne Cox brings transgender insight to Saginaw

  By MARISA LORANGER, Staff Reporter.  Saginaw Valley State University’s O’Neill Arena held 2,250 people the night of Feb. 17 for the transgender rights advocate Laverne Cox. According to Tyler Bradley, President of SVSU’s Program Board, people came all the way from Ohio to see the spokeswoman. Some were there because of Cox’s role in the hit television show ‘Orange […]

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Board of Trustees approves trip expenses

Board of Trustees approves trip expenses

By GREGORY HORNER, Staff Reporter.  The Delta College Board of Trustees voted to approve a private tour agreement and heard speakers from programs at the college at its Feb. 17 meeting. During the dinner meeting, Delta’s Corporate Services director, Jennifer Carroll, hosted a presentation about the Corporate Services department. Corporate Services works with local businesses and Michigan Works! to offer […]

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Saginaw High School to stay open after motion lacks support

Saginaw High School to stay open after motion lacks support

By MARISA LORANGER, Staff Reporter. The room was tense at the Saginaw Public School District’s board meeting on Feb. 18. Students, parents, faculty and leaders of the community gathered in the board room of the Saginaw Public School Administration Building, 550 Millard St., Saginaw, to hear the possible decision on the closing of a local high school. The motion to […]

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