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    Ode to Winter scheduling
  • Take another look at the Federal Reserve with ‘The Creature from Jekyll Island’

    By Lindsey Schibelhut, Staff Reporter. Have you ever wondered who is behind the creation of our money? “The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve-5th Edition” by G. Edward Griffin gives readers a whole new look into the world of the Federal Reserve. While most Americans associate the Federal Reserve as being “federal” or a part […]

    Take another look at the Federal Reserve with ‘The Creature from Jekyll Island’
  • DECA brings crafts to campus

    By Meghan Felch, Staff Reporter. The Delta College chapter of DECA will host its annual Holiday Arts and Crafts show Tuesday, Dec. 2. Up to 60 vendor tables will line the halls of Delta, including everything from one-of-a-kind handmade jewelry, woodworking and knitting to well-known brands like Tupperware, Avon, Pampered Chef, and Thirty-One. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., shoppers […]

    DECA brings crafts to campus
  • Class gives writers chance to explore themselves

    By Dominic Arthur, Staff Reporter. Are you a writer that’s looking to gain more experience? An English course that’s being offered in the winter 2015 semester may be right for you. Lauren Smith, Assistant Professor of English, is offering an ENG 256: Creative Non-Fiction writing course on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 11:25 a.m. that will use a […]

    Class gives writers chance to explore themselves
  • Students produce television show in new class

    By Gabrielle Martin, Staff Reporter. Studio 29, a new student produced show, will air on Nov. 19 at 11 p.m. on Q-TV. This is the first semester the class that produces the show – Studio Productions II – has been offered. “I wanted to not only help student competency on the equipment,” says Danielle Wright, who instructs the course, “but […]

    Students produce television show in new class
  • Republicans take majority in state and national races

    By Greg Horner, Staff Reporter. As prices fluctuate and pundits speculate, Americans have begun to deal with the fallout of the Nov. 4th elections. In states across the country voters elected representatives to both state and national government. By the end of the night Republicans stood triumphant. The GOP won the Senate for the first time in 8 years and […]

    Republicans take majority in state and national races
  • Student uses unique moves to motivate others

    By Gabrielle Martin, Staff Reporter. John Morgan Cone, 19, has danced all of his life; but to him, dancing is more than just a hobby. For Cone, a Marketing and Sales major at Delta, it’s something that he feels incredibly passionate about and takes great pride in. “Dad told me when I was little,” says Cone, “that if you want […]

    Student uses unique moves to motivate others
  • Lady Pioneers claim win over Grand Rapids

    By Austen Burks, Sports Editor. The women’s basketball team nabbed their second win of the season with a final score of 77-60 as they faced off against the Grand Rapids Raiders Wednesday Nov. 12. The first half was an evenly contested match and ended with the Raiders at 38 points, one point ahead of the Pioneers. Motivation was key for […]

    Lady Pioneers claim win over Grand Rapids
  • Loss for men as they sit at 2-2 record

    By Austen Burks, Sports Editor. The men’s basketball team suffered their second loss of the season with a final score of 84-64 as they faced off against the Grand Rapids Raiders Wednesday Nov. 12. Aggressive defense kept the Pioneers alive in the first half as turnovers mounted for the Raiders and bad shot selection affected both teams.  Rebounds from center […]

    Loss for men as they sit at 2-2 record
  • “Student 2 Student” food drive to fill empty stomachs this holiday season

    By Josephine Norris, Staff Photographer. With colder weather fast approaching, many families and students in the area are facing the holidays with empty stomachs. Professor Amber Johnson, an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Delta College and Dean of Students at Bay City Academy, is seeking to change that. “We wanted to give students a chance to know and understand the […]

    “Student 2 Student” food drive to fill empty stomachs this holiday season

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DECA brings crafts to campus

DECA brings crafts to campus

November 20, 2014 at 8:00 AM

By Meghan Felch, Staff Reporter. The Delta College chapter of DECA will host its annual Holiday Arts and Crafts show Tuesday, Dec. 2. Up to 60 vendor tables will line the...

Arts & Entertainment »

Students produce television show in new class

Students produce television show in new class

November 18, 2014 at 7:08 PM

By Gabrielle Martin, Staff Reporter. Studio 29, a new student produced show, will air on Nov. 19 at 11 p.m. on Q-TV. This is the first semester the class that produces the...

Sports »

Lady Pioneers claim win over Grand Rapids

Lady Pioneers claim win over Grand Rapids

November 17, 2014 at 8:04 AM

By Austen Burks, Sports Editor. The women’s basketball team nabbed their second win of the season with a final score of 77-60 as they faced off against the Grand Rapids...

Opinion »

Take another look at the Federal Reserve with ‘The Creature from Jekyll Island’

Take another look at the Federal Reserve with ‘The Creature from Jekyll Island’

November 20, 2014 at 12:00 PM

By Lindsey Schibelhut, Staff Reporter. Have you ever wondered who is behind the creation of our money? “The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve-5th...

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New Academic Career Experience courses offers students valuable internship experience

New Academic Career Experience courses offers students valuable internship experience

By Dominic Arthur, Staff Reporter. For students looking to beef up their resumes and jumpstart a possible career, Delta College is offering an internship/co-op that will help do so. The ACE, Academic Career Experience, program is a program that current Delta students can apply for to gain “valuable, real-life work experience related to their academic or career goals” according to […]

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U.S.S. Edson hosts tribute to veterans

U.S.S. Edson hosts tribute to veterans

By Jacob Swiecicki, Staff Reporter. Veterans and members of the community gathered to pay reverence to former service members at the historic U.S.S. Edson. Mike Kegley, president of the Saginaw Valley Ship Museum, welcomed people to attend a speech given by Tom Tober on Nov. 11 to honor those of our community who have served in the Armed Forces. Tober […]

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Campus club offers free PC repair

By Gabrielle Martin, Staff Reporter. The Information Technology and Security (ITS) Club at Delta is offering a free PC clinic on Dec. 5 and Dec. 12 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The first 10 computers that are dropped off at K-110 between 11 a.m. and noon will be serviced. Computers dropped off after that will be serviced as technicians […]

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Four reasons why Black Friday is the darkest of days

By Miranda Owen, Staff Reporter. While most people think of Black Friday as the start of the winter holiday season, it is actually not jolly and joyous in any sense. Over-consumption is not sustainable, and it’s exactly what Black Friday encourages. Most major companies operate their factories in countries with few environmental regulations and poor working conditions, and a huge […]

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Pioneers open basketball season with victory

Pioneers open basketball season with victory

By Austen Burks, Sports Editor. Control the tempo, control the game, win the game.  That’s what the Delta pioneers accomplished in the home opener for the men’s basketball season against the Rochester JV Warriors (92-58), on Nov. 5 The Pioneers came out of the gate shooting, and shooting well. Delta guard Benjamin Batts drains a 3-pointer on the first possession.  […]

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‘Nightcrawler’ gives new meaning to “If it bleeds, it leads”

By Lindsey Schibelhut, Staff Reporter. If you’re in the mood to see an edge of your seat thriller, then the movie “Nightcrawler” directed by Dan Gilroy might just be your ticket. “Nightcrawler” is the new film starring Jake Gyllenhaal as Louis “Lou” Bloom. Bloom is a streetwise charismatic thief, who makes his money in the scrap metal business. After a […]

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Vaccinations should be mandatory

By Gabrielle Martin, Staff Reporter. A new trend is sweeping across the United States. This trend is the unnecessary cause of death for many people, most of whom are children– not getting vaccinated. According to the World Health Organization, 1.5 million children under the age of five died from vaccine preventable diseases in 2008. As reported by MLive, the Center […]

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Learn to love thy neighbor in ‘St. Vincent’

By Lindsi Hebert, Staff Reporter. Directed by Theodore Melfi, “St. Vincent” takes an all new twist on the phrase “love thy neighbor”. Vincent, a stubbornly hedonistic old man, gets the job of babysitting his neighbor’s son Oliver (Jaeden Lieberher) for a fairly steep fee. It starts out simple enough, when Vincent sees Oliver getting cut down by some bullies, he […]

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Foundation fundraiser plans to make dreams possible

Foundation fundraiser plans to make dreams possible

By Philip Winterstein, Staff Reporter. You have the opportunity to help local at-risk children realize their dreams, all while eating chocolate. The Delta College Foundation Department’s ‘Possible Dream’ program is hosting the ‘A Chocolate Affair’ fundraiser.  The fundraiser is taking place at the Horizons Conference Center, 6200 State St, Saginaw, Mich., on Thursday, Nov. 20 from 7 p.m. to 9:30 […]

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Degree completion takes focus at Delta

Degree completion takes focus at Delta

By Jacob Swiecicki, Staff Reporter. Delta College will be hosting the Community College Completion Corps, or C4, on Nov. 17-20 to assist students in completing their degree. The event will host several Delta alumni and teachers giving speeches to encourage students to finish their programs. Students will be encouraged to sign a pledge to demonstrate their commitment to completing their […]

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