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  • The DCS Podcast – January 26th, 2015 – Volume 76, Issue 2

      January 26, 2015 segments: Recent low gas prices may not mean a better economy. Local farmers sprout urban farming series on campus. REEL REWIND: Top 10 Science Fiction films. Men’s and Women’s basketball update. OUR VIEW: Education is a necessary, national right. Produced and Hosted by: MATT BROWN

  • The snow must go on: Zehnder’s Snowfest 2015

    Gallery by JOSEPHINE NORRIS Video produced by MATT BROWN

    The snow must go on: Zehnder’s Snowfest 2015
  • Recent low gas prices may not mean a better economy

    By GABRIELLE MARTIN, Staff Reporter. For most people, lower gas prices are a great thing. After all, less money spent at the pump means more money in your pocket to buy things that you actually want to spend your money on. “It’s good mentally to know that you can travel places without having to break your pockets for gas,” says […]

    Recent low gas prices may not mean a better economy
  • Fountain Talk: In the winter months, what do you do to make it not so long and boring?

    “Some friends and I went to Meijer and got hot chocolate and cookies and went home and watched Netflix.” Liam Pretzer, 18, Midland “I play video games, eat, go to school, do work and writing new rap songs.” Alan Ingram, 19, Saginaw “I go to recreation centers and play basketball since I can’t do it outside.” Aaron Liddell, 21, Saginaw […]

    Fountain Talk: In the winter months, what do you do to make it not so long and boring?
  • Lady Pioneers hit the century mark

      By TOM GREENE, Staff Reporter. At first, baskets didn’t come easy for the Lady Pioneers against the Henry Ford Hawks on Jan. 21. The Hawks started the game on a 6-0 run and forced the Pioneers to call timeout 2 minutes into the game. But after that, things started rolling and couldn’t stop. Mercedez Willis led the way with […]

    Lady Pioneers hit the century mark
  • Fountain Talk: What is your winter jam?

    Megan Escamilla: Hugh Laurie // John Cone: “Futurists” by Golden Coast // Joel Curry: “Uptown Funk” by Bruno Mars // Kaleb Yaeger: “The Preacher” by Jamie N Commons // Angie Auguilera: “Not the Only One” Sam Smith // Shot by: JOSEPHINE NORRIS Produced by: MATT BROWN

  • Acts express solidarity in MLK celebration

    By GREG HORNER, Staff Reporter. In a display of talent and culture, Delta College honored the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The celebration began in Founders Hall with a reading of “I Have a Dream”, the famous speech by Dr. King that moved the nation. Organizers selected Saginaw native DaTuan Stinson, a 15-year-old student at Bridgeport […]

  • Board of Trustees approves selection criteria for Saginaw satellite campus

      By KAITLYN SKRZYPCZAK, Editor-in-Chief. The Delta College Board of Trustees approved site selection criteria for the new Saginaw center. Approving the criteria will allow the administration to move forward with the evaluation and selection of a site for recommendation to the Board. The Saginaw center site selection criteria includes: Asset Adjacencies / Amenities Parking. Walking time and distance to […]

    Board of Trustees approves selection criteria for Saginaw satellite campus
  • The DCS Podcast – January 12th, 2015 – Volume 76, Issue 1

    January 12, 2015 segments: Homeownership seems out of reach for many Millennials Saginaw Chippewa tribe brings lost language to youth REEL REWIND: Top 10 Neo-Noir films Men’s and Women’s basketball update OUR VIEW: Conversion therapy is damaging to society Produced and Hosted by: MATT BROWN

  • “JE SUIS HYPOCRITE”

    Cartoon by MATT BROWN. Roughly 50 nations sent figureheads to show solidarity for Paris. This would have been a great moment for the free exchange of ideas, if many of these executives weren’t silencing speech around the world.

    “JE SUIS HYPOCRITE”

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Saginaw Valley hosts Michigan Sugar presentation on GMOs

Saginaw Valley hosts Michigan Sugar presentation on GMOs

January 27, 2015 at 12:00 PM

By LINDSEY SCHIBELHUT, Staff Reporter. Are Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO’s) safe? This is the question Michigan Sugar Co. and Dr. Cathleen Enright attempted to answer...

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“Blackhat”: proving that some guy in his basement can do more work than the government officials

“Blackhat”: proving that some guy in his basement can do more work than the government officials

January 29, 2015 at 2:36 PM

By LINDSI HEBERT, Staff Reporter. Directed by Michael Mann and released in 2015, “Blackhat” tells the story of an imprisoned hacker recruited to help the Chinese and American...

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Deflate-gate

Deflate-gate

January 26, 2015 at 3:14 PM

By TOM GREENE, Staff Reporter. After the Patriots victory over the Colts Jan. 18, there were accusations of the Patriots deflating their footballs by 2 PSI (Pounds per Square...

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Gifts and gaffs of the graduation grind

Gifts and gaffs of the graduation grind

January 26, 2015 at 8:00 AM

By DOMINIC ARTHUR, Staff Reporter. So here we are. We’re on the final stretch of road before graduating and leaving behind everything to go pursue something that’s not...

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“Blackhat”: proving that some guy in his basement can do more work than the government officials

“Blackhat”: proving that some guy in his basement can do more work than the government officials

By LINDSI HEBERT, Staff Reporter. Directed by Michael Mann and released in 2015, “Blackhat” tells the story of an imprisoned hacker recruited to help the Chinese and American governments track down a villain who blows up a nuclear power plant in Hong Kong. Nick Hathaway (Chris Hemsworth), an extremely talented hacker who used his talents for more than DDoSing servers, […]

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“Galavant”: One toe tapping adventure full of sex and violence!

“Galavant”: One toe tapping adventure full of sex and violence!

A musical extravaganza in its own right, and with tunes that are catchy enough to get trapped in your head for months to come, ABC’s “Galavant” is definitely a program to watch. This four part medieval adventure tells the story of Galavant (Joshua Sasse), a knight who falls in love with a beautiful peasant woman named Madalena (Mallory Jansen) that […]

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Saginaw Valley hosts Michigan Sugar presentation on GMOs

Saginaw Valley hosts Michigan Sugar presentation on GMOs

By LINDSEY SCHIBELHUT, Staff Reporter. Are Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO’s) safe? This is the question Michigan Sugar Co. and Dr. Cathleen Enright attempted to answer at the Saginaw Valley State University GMO discussion on Thursday Jan. 15. At the event, executive vice president of food and agriculture for the Biotechnology Organization Cathleen Enright, gave a presentation on the benefits and […]

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Art professor Randal Crawford to discuss his “Construction Deconstruction” exhibit

Art professor Randal Crawford to discuss his “Construction Deconstruction” exhibit

By ANN ESCAMILLA, Staff Reporter. To see art in person is a completely different experience than to see pictures of it on a computer screen or in a newspaper. In person an art piece can be overwhelming, spiritual, and moving. For faculty member Randal Crawford art is not just a hobby but a living. Crawford has been working with art […]

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Deflate-gate

Deflate-gate

By TOM GREENE, Staff Reporter. After the Patriots victory over the Colts Jan. 18, there were accusations of the Patriots deflating their footballs by 2 PSI (Pounds per Square Inch) per football in order to gain an advantage over the other team. In an NFL game, teams bring their own footballs inflated to the standard rate of between 12.5 and […]

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“Back to the Future”: Still no hover boards, but really who’s complaining? Me.

“Back to the Future”: Still no hover boards, but really who’s complaining? Me.

By LINDSI HEBERT, Staff Reporter. Directed by Robert Zemeckis and released in 1985, “Back to the Future” tells a story about going back to the past. It starts with Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox), a typical teenage boy in the 80’s. Plays guitar, has a cute girlfriend and is friends with a nearly bat crap crazy scientist named Dr. Emmett […]

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Delta alumni has found his niche

Delta alumni has found his niche

By GABRIELLE MARTIN, Staff Reporter. As a young man, Bob Pryzbylski had no idea that he wanted to go into the television industry; but when a friend invited him down to Atlanta, Ga. to help out at a public access station, Prysbylski thought it seemed like a pretty good idea. He had no idea that decision would lead to a […]

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Pioneers of the Week: January 26th, 2015

Pioneers of the Week: January 26th, 2015

By TOM GREENE, Staff Reporter.

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Men’s squad takes care of business

Men’s squad takes care of business

  By TOM GREENE, Staff Reporter. Like the Women’s team, the Men’s squad fell behind early due to the hot-shooting hand of Daton Aaron. Two three-pointers early forced Delta to call timeout, but the Pioneers responded in a big way, with threes of their own. Julian Henderson, Ben Batts, Jaylen Randle and Davian Phillips all hit three pointers in the […]

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Delta College to host several events in honor of Black History Month

Delta College to host several events in honor of Black History Month

By GABRIELLE MARTIN, Staff Reporter. Black History Month is right around the corner and Delta College has a variety of events scheduled to help educate students, faculty, and the community during February. Saginaw native, author and filmmaker Lorenzo Pierson will speak and moderate a panel discussion at the Ricker Center on Feb. 20 at 6 p.m. The discussion will center […]

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