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  • Hell’s Half Mile comes to a close after four days of festivities

    Supporters of Hell’s Half Mile run like hell By Isaac DeVille, staff reporter. Runners took off for their half mile run on Sunday morning, Sept. 25 to start the conclusion of Hell’s Half Mile. Participants that registered for the race were given two free vouchers to Hell’s Half Mile Sunday films, and a free drink at Tavern 101 on Water […]

    Hell’s Half Mile comes to a close after four days of festivities
  • Hell’s Half Mile day three features Delta Student short films

    Delta students fill tall order in Michigan Shorts program By Jessica Sierocki, photojournalist. Students in Delta’s film capstone class were featured as part of the Hell’s Half Mile Michigan Shorts program. “Pucker Up,” a comedy about a brownnosing call center employee, and “Natasha,” a film about a misunderstood teenager, made the cut onto the big screen of the Planetarium on […]

    Hell’s Half Mile day three features Delta Student short films
  • Day two of Hell’s Half Mile opens with free seminar, closes with Detroit rock n’ roll

    Day two of Hell’s Half Mile was a long one, filled with feature length and short films, free seminars, live music and director Q&As. Be sure to keep checking in with the Delta Collegiate for our daily coverage all weekend long. Free class provides crowdfunding techniques to aspiring filmmakers By Isaac Deville, staff reporter. The second day of Hell’s Half […]

    Day two of Hell’s Half Mile opens with free seminar, closes with Detroit rock n’ roll
  • Eleventh annual Hell’s Half Mile festival opens with indie film “Creedmoria”

    By Brandi Miller, Staff Reporter. It’s the beginning of fall, which means Hell’s Half Mile is in full swing. The 11th annual edition of the festival had its opening night Sept. 22, bringing another weekend full of independent films and music to the streets of downtown Bay City. “They’re all pretty great films and we’ve got more than ever, including […]

    Eleventh annual Hell’s Half Mile festival opens with indie film “Creedmoria”
  • Behind the scenes of student film “Natasha”

      See the Delta Student Film “Natasha” in the Hell’s Half Mile Film & Music festival. The film will play Saturday, Sept. 24 at the Delta College Planetarium during the Michigan Shorts program beginning at 10:30 a.m. “Natasha” was directed by Chad Berkobien, written by Adam Crane, and edited by Tiffany Hart with graphics & special effects by Kevin LaDuke. […]

    Behind the scenes of student film “Natasha”

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Racial Equality panel keeps it all in perspective

Racial Equality panel keeps it all in perspective

September 27, 2016 at 8:00 AM

By Ethan Moore, sports editor.  On Sept. 13, Delta College hosted a public forum to talk about racial equality in the world today. They put together a panel of people from...

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Pets become artists at “PawCasso” event

Pets become artists at “PawCasso” event

September 27, 2016 at 8:00 AM

By Brynna Henika, photojournalist. Studio 23 teamed up with Movers For Mutts and the Humane Society of Bay County for its first-annual PawCasso event, Sept.18, at the Willew...

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Between the Sheets – Communication: Long-lasting lust vs long-lasting love

Between the Sheets – Communication: Long-lasting lust vs long-lasting love

September 27, 2016 at 8:00 AM

By Aubrie Smith, copy editor. Relationships have always been a weird concept for me. Honestly, they still are. Before recently, I had dedicated the better part of myself to...

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Kim Klein: Surviving Olympic heartbreak

Kim Klein: Surviving Olympic heartbreak

September 27, 2016 at 8:00 AM

By Ethan Moore, sports editor. When you think of the Olympics, you probably think of the athletes and their otherworldly abilities. They train their whole lives for a chance...

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Alumni Spotlight: Crowns and sashes turning into inspirational organization

Alumni Spotlight: Crowns and sashes turning into inspirational organization

September 27, 2016 at 8:00 AM

By Phoebe Fries, staff reporter. Over the past three years, Delta College student Simone Vaughn has competed in 22 pageants. From performing a unique talent in front of the...

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Our View: Transgender topics impale Michigan

Our View: Transgender topics impale Michigan

September 27, 2016 at 8:00 AM

Would it bother you to find out that someone close to you identifies as transgender? Would you be uncomfortable? Unnerved? If so, then we hate to break it to you – but...

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Between the Sheets – Communication: Long-lasting lust vs long-lasting love

Between the Sheets – Communication: Long-lasting lust vs long-lasting love

By Aubrie Smith, copy editor. Relationships have always been a weird concept for me. Honestly, they still are. Before recently, I had dedicated the better part of myself to someone else for most of my high school experience. I found the man I thought I was going to marry pretty early, and assumed we would spend the rest of our […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Crowns and sashes turning into inspirational organization

Alumni Spotlight: Crowns and sashes turning into inspirational organization

By Phoebe Fries, staff reporter. Over the past three years, Delta College student Simone Vaughn has competed in 22 pageants. From performing a unique talent in front of the judges, to volunteering around her community, Vaughn hopes to inspire young girls by promoting an outlet for creativity and fun. “When I turned 16, my mom finally let me do my […]

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Pets become artists at “PawCasso” event

Pets become artists at “PawCasso” event

By Brynna Henika, photojournalist. Studio 23 teamed up with Movers For Mutts and the Humane Society of Bay County for its first-annual PawCasso event, Sept.18, at the Willew Lounge in Bay City. There were many fun activities for not only the family, but also their furry friends. PawCasso gave the opportunity for humans and animals to express themselves in crafts […]

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Legally Blonde doesn’t bend, but snaps into production

Legally Blonde doesn’t bend, but snaps into production

By Michelle Demo, page designer. Pit and Balcony will bring the classic Elle Woods charm to the Saginaw area with their performance of “Legally Blonde: the Musical.” Under direction of Todd Thomas, the musical will run Oct 7-9, and 14-17 at the Pit and Balcony Theatre in Saginaw. The musical, an adaptation of the 2001 film “Legally Blonde” follows Elle […]

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Penny Pinchers – The cost of building credit

Penny Pinchers – The cost of building credit

By Josie Dudek & Aubrie Smith, copy editors. Do you know the ins and outs of credit? Chances are, you were probably never taught this essential thing in High School. And now, we’re in college, and we still don’t know what the heck we’re doing. Luckily, we did the research for you. 1. Open your own credit card. This is such […]

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Kim Klein: Surviving Olympic heartbreak

Kim Klein: Surviving Olympic heartbreak

By Ethan Moore, sports editor. When you think of the Olympics, you probably think of the athletes and their otherworldly abilities. They train their whole lives for a chance to compete at the highest level and bring honor to their country. You wouldn’t expect to associate this kind of achievement with Delta College, but what if I told you greatness […]

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Tri-City Hotspot: Leap into fall with Johnson’s Giant Pumpkins

Tri-City Hotspot: Leap into fall with Johnson’s Giant Pumpkins

By Brynne Henika, photojournalist. For all of those who enjoy the fall festivities, this is a perfect way for you and your family to kick off the fall season. Sept. 10 was the opening day for Johnson’s Giant Pumpkin farm located in Saginaw. Though it wasn’t blue skies and sunshine, this didn’t stop the farm goers from enjoying themselves with […]

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Shows that peaked early and lost their spark

Shows that peaked early and lost their spark

By Josie Dudek, copy editor. Television shows have become one of the most popular outlets of entertainment. We all have our favorite TV show to unwind to at the end of a long day, but what happens when you go from needing to watch the next episode, to cringing at what your favorite show has become? Unfortunately, this happens more […]

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Our View: Transgender topics impale Michigan

Our View: Transgender topics impale Michigan

Would it bother you to find out that someone close to you identifies as transgender? Would you be uncomfortable? Unnerved? If so, then we hate to break it to you – but transgender people exist. They’re out in our world, living, breathing and fighting battles that you’ve never even fathomed. So, we at the Collegiate are starting a conversation. What […]

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A twist on classic music comes to Midland

A twist on classic music comes to Midland

By Jessica Sierocki, photojournalist. The Piano Guys is a group of four dads who love to make music for a living. Pianist Jon Schmidt, cellist Steven Sharp Nelson, singer/songwriter Al van der Beek and producer Paul Anderson make up a group that loves to share their talent with the world. They performed at the Midland Center for the Arts Sept. […]

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