• The definitive guide to bringing down the house (show) – This Is Art

    By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor. For Friday the 13th, I drove out to the house of someone I didn’t know (and still don’t) to either see a few bands put on a show or get lost in the dark, rainy countryside. I wasn’t entirely sure. With the rain, the night sky, the unfamiliar country roads of Mt. Pleasant and the fact […]

    The definitive guide to bringing down the house (show) – This Is Art
  • Associate Professor Renée Hoppe to play for U.S. in World Ringette Championships

    By Adam Przeslak, sports editor. On Nov. 27 teams from around the world will travel to Mississauga, Ontario, Canada to take part in the 2017 World Ringette Championships. The sport is largely dominated by women and is wildly popular in Canada where, similar to the NHL, they have a National Ringette League. Ringette is a winter sport very similar to hockey […]

    Associate Professor Renée Hoppe to play for U.S. in World Ringette Championships
  • Unison Club strives to bring Delta students together

    By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief. Are you looking for a group that celebrates the LGBTQ+ community? Unison Club has you covered. The Unison Club is a safe space for LGBTQ+ and allies to get things off their chest, see what other people are feeling, or discuss current events that impact the LGBTQ+ community. Alison Ginter, Campus Life and Student Engagement coordinator, wants […]

    Unison Club strives to bring Delta students together
  • Collegiate Tries It: Jack gives staff tarot card readings

    Have you ever wondered what answers lie beyond this world? Members of our open-minded staff convened at Harless & Hugh coffee shop and took to Jack Rechsteiner and his tarot cards to answer questions that we have had on our minds.   Tylla Hahn – “What do I need to know right now?” With the present draw of the priestess, […]

    Collegiate Tries It: Jack gives staff tarot card readings
  • Faculty furious about president’s policy change

    By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief. UNIVERSITY CENTER – President of Delta College Jean Goodnow rewrote part of the Senate Policy, which can now create a way for faculty members to obtain promotions and tenure that is different from the established process. Through this rewrite, Goodnow has allegedly broken other senate policies as well. Faculty members convened to discuss this issue at the […]

    Faculty furious about president’s policy change
  • Ricker Center hosts Hispanic Heritage Month panel: ‘Building our Future’

    By Aubrie Smith, co-editor-in-chief. SAGINAW – Students, faculty and community members gathered in the Ricker Center Oct. 12  to discuss the importance of Hispanic Heritage Month. The goal was to educate community members about educational opportunities. “I have a lot of students come in that don’t know where to go,” said Monica Hernandez-Alaniz, associate counselor. “If we can plant some seeds […]

    Ricker Center hosts Hispanic Heritage Month panel: ‘Building our Future’
  • PASSport Program challenges students to be involved on campus

    By Joe Thornton, reporter. UNIVERSITY CENTER – The Student and Civic Engagement office has recently initiated the new PASSport Program. The PASSport Program is an incentive-based system to diversify student interests and get more people involved on campus. Students are given a passport that needs seven stamps, one for each of the categories that the S.A.C.E office has divided their events […]

    PASSport Program challenges students to be involved on campus
  • Your weekly horoscope

    By Kellen MacGregor, copy editor.   AQUARIUS: If you happen upon a rusty railroad spike beneath your bedtime pillow, do not give it to your beloved as an anniversary gift. Rather, share the crusty relic with your closest friends. Let them feel it, taste it, perhaps even listen to its charming, rusted soul. Everyone knows railroad spikes tell the best tales! […]

    Your weekly horoscope
  • Collegiate Tries It: Jessica uses Tinder for a week

    By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief. Let me start out by saying that I absolutely detest relationships. Kudos to those who like being in a relationship, but the only kind of affectionate interaction I’m interested in is petting a super fluffy dog. I’ve never had a Tinder, never wanted to have a Tinder, and yet, here we are. Am I looking forward to […]

    Collegiate Tries It: Jessica uses Tinder for a week
  • Lady Pioneers continue winning streak, ranked seventh nationwide

    By Adam Przeslak, sports editor. UNIVERSITY CENTER – Delta College’s Lady Pioneers have extended their win streak to five games. Sept. 27 they took on Ancilla College in the middle of a series of home games. The Delta squad dominated the Chargers and won the contest 4-1. An early goal from Lady Pioneer Lindsey Musser 10 minutes into the contest became […]

    Lady Pioneers continue winning streak, ranked seventh nationwide

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Faculty furious about president’s policy change

Faculty furious about president’s policy change

October 20, 2017 at 3:09 PM

By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief. UNIVERSITY CENTER – President of Delta College Jean Goodnow rewrote part of the Senate Policy, which can now create a way for faculty...

Arts & Entertainment »

Horror 101: Sitting down with Philip James Horen

Horror 101: Sitting down with Philip James Horen

October 20, 2017 at 4:57 PM

By Erin Arndt, student. Philip James Horen is an expert on horror cinema. At 28 years old, and has a bachelor’s degree in film from Full Sail University in Florida. He...

Collegiate Life »

Unison Club strives to bring Delta students together

Unison Club strives to bring Delta students together

October 20, 2017 at 4:05 PM

By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief. Are you looking for a group that celebrates the LGBTQ+ community? Unison Club has you covered. The Unison Club is a safe space for...

Opinion »

“Coming Out Day” is a scam — Our View

“Coming Out Day” is a scam — Our View

October 20, 2017 at 3:42 PM

“How did you come out?” How did I come out? Good question, but can I ask you the same thing, kind heterosexual? When did you tell your family and friends that you were...

Sports »

Fantasy Football Watch: Sell high on Ezekiel Elliott

Fantasy Football Watch: Sell high on Ezekiel Elliott

October 20, 2017 at 4:24 PM

By Adam Przeslak, sports editor. Dallas Cowboys’ second year running back, Ezekiel Elliott, was originally suspended by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for six games in...

Science/Health/Tech »

Between the Sheets – A majora misconception

Between the Sheets – A majora misconception

January 9, 2017 at 8:00 AM

By MaCayla Jablonski, assistant editor-in-chief.  Abraham Maslow, an American psychologist, believed there were five levels of needs that humans must meet in order to grow...

  • Super Mario runs into app stores
    Super Mario runs into app stores

    By MaCayla Jablonski, Editor-in-Chief. After years of anticipation, Nintendo has finally announced a Super Mario...

    December 5, 2016 at 5:00 PM
  • Pokemon updates in a major way
    Pokemon updates in a major way

    By Erik Hopkins, staff reporter. Since Pokémon GO came out over the summer, the once extremely popular app is...

    November 29, 2016 at 8:00 AM
  • Survivors of suicide stick together
    Survivors of suicide stick together

    By Brandi Miller, staff reporter. On Nov. 19 the organization Survivors of Suicide gathered together at the Bavarian...

    November 29, 2016 at 8:00 AM

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Horror 101: Sitting down with Philip James Horen

Horror 101: Sitting down with Philip James Horen

By Erin Arndt, student. Philip James Horen is an expert on horror cinema. At 28 years old, and has a bachelor’s degree in film from Full Sail University in Florida. He is currently living in Bay City but is preparing to move to Australia in upcoming months. Phil has worked behind the scenes with season four of “American Horror Story” and […]

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Album Review of Dalton Rapattoni’s: “Nobodys Home”

Album Review of Dalton Rapattoni’s: “Nobodys Home”

By Kayla Drew, student. You might remember Dalton Rapattoni from the last season of American Idol where he ended up as second runner-up behind La’ Porsha Renae, the first runner-up and winner, Trent Harmon. After finishing up the competition in April of 2016, Dalton released his debut album “Nobodys Home” (apostrophe intentionally omitted) Sept. 22, 2017. The album features 11 different […]

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“Tell Me You Love Me:” Full of soul or sold out?

“Tell Me You Love Me:” Full of soul or sold out?

By Ryan Riechard, student. Demi Lovato’s long-awaited follow-up to “Confident,” “Tell Me You Love Me,” is here. So, how is it? This is one review that is bound to divide both longtime fans and critics like me. Let me start by saying what the positives are to her sixth studio album. First of all, her voice is phenomenal, there’s no questioning […]

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Museum hosts exhibit on the art of getting loud and wild

Museum hosts exhibit on the art of getting loud and wild

By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor. Since its beginnings as an art museum in 1948, the Saginaw Art Museum has acquired almost 2,000 works of art and artifacts while hosting a large number of touring exhibitions. Now added to that list is the “Medieval to Metal: The Art & Evolution of The Guitar” exhibition, which is part of the National Guitar Museum, […]

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Lacina and Truax host Beyond Words

Lacina and Truax host Beyond Words

By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor. To truly live something is to experience it beyond words yet we try to put it into words anyways. That was, at least, the recurring theme for the Beyond Words literary gathering that was held in the Delta Library Sept. 12. Ray Lacina and Tina Truax partnered as hosts for this panel featuring both of their […]

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‘Big Mouth’ is a big hit on Netflix

‘Big Mouth’ is a big hit on Netflix

By Joe Thornton, reporter. “I’m going through changes.” Upon watching the first 5 minutes of the new animated Netflix original series, “Big Mouth,” I realized this phrase from the theme song was a drastic understatement. The show caught my eye the same way any Netflix original does; an obnoxious “featured” screen showing the new releases. After realizing the show had John […]

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Do not resuscitate ‘Flatliners’ (D.O.A.)

Do not resuscitate ‘Flatliners’ (D.O.A.)

By Jaylie Dice, photographer. In an abandoned university basement, five medical students take turns intentionally killing themselves in order to find out what happens to their brain after death. This group of medical students learn that by flatlining and then reviving themselves, they are able to reactivate every part of their brain, leading to superhuman abilities such as remembering all the […]

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Fantasy Football Watch: Sell high on Ezekiel Elliott

Fantasy Football Watch: Sell high on Ezekiel Elliott

By Adam Przeslak, sports editor. Dallas Cowboys’ second year running back, Ezekiel Elliott, was originally suspended by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for six games in August because of ongoing domestic violence allegations. Soon after, suspension was taken to court when the player’s union got involved and the suspension became, well, suspended. Elliott played the first five games of the regular season […]

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Third ranked Delta named Region 12 Champions, dominate Cincinnati on sophomore night

Third ranked Delta named Region 12 Champions, dominate Cincinnati on sophomore night

By Adam Przeslak, sports editor. UNIVERSITY CENTER — On Oct. 18 the Cincinnati State Surge came to the home field of the Lady Pioneers. The Surge would give it their all but ultimately would fall short 6-0 to the powerful Delta squad on the Lady Pioneer’s sophomore night. Six minutes into the game Delta midfielder and sophomore Madison Tweddle put the […]

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More than 20 colleges and universities attend Delta’s Transfer Articulation Fair

More than 20 colleges and universities attend Delta’s Transfer Articulation Fair

By Joe Thornton, reporter. UNIVERSITY CENTER – The Delta Transfer Articulation Fair brought in more than 20 colleges and universities to campus Oct. 12. The goal of the fair was for aspiring transfer students to find out about all the opportunities offered by colleges and universities in Michigan, and even some from out of state.   Some of the schools in […]

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