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    Photo gallery by Josephine Norris, Photo Editor.

    Annual exhibit displays student style
  • Buttefly garden blooms in Midland

    Photo gallery by Josephine Norris, Photo Editor.

    Buttefly garden blooms in Midland
  • Delta professors spell for charity

    By Cameron Kerkau, Staff Reporter. The Literacy Council of Bay County held it’s 8th Annual Executive Spelling Bee on Thursday, Feb. 25 at the State Theater. The Spelling Bee is a fundraising event, and all the money goes toward supplies for their free summer reading and math tutoring program. Five teams competed in the bee, each representing a different local […]

    Delta professors spell for charity
  • Bay City beauticians develop dreams

    By Josephine Norris, Photo Editor. The students of Bayshire Beauty Academy aren’t just learning the skills to achieve their dreams, but to help make the world a more beautiful place too. Located in downtown Bay City, Bayshire offers cosmetology, nail tech and massage therapy programs that teach students the tricks and trade of being a beautician. . The skills students […]

    Bay City beauticians develop dreams
  • Pioneers press forward

    Pioneers dominate early, cruise to second straight blowout victory 84-68. Delta had some much needed momentum going into their matchup on Jan. 30 against Macomb Community College. They had just come off a 79-50 drubbing of St. Clair, and were looking to win the rematch after beating Macomb earlier in the year, 83-77 in OT. It took the Pioneers about […]

    Pioneers press forward
  • Signed and dined: Gov. Snyder ratifies water relief bill for Flint at Michigan Press luncheon

    On Friday, Jan. 29, Gov. Rick Snyder addressed the press and signed a $28 million relief bill to aid Flint residents with things like filters, school nurses and children’s’ health assessments. Legislators and journalists were gathered at Amway Grand in downtown Grand Rapids to watch the signing during the Michigan Press Association’s annual convention. “Let’s stand up together as Michiganders […]

  • Fog and apathy and shoulder length hair! Oh my!

    By Josephine Norris, Photo Editor. Bemo’s bar, an infamous music venue in Bay City, played host to the latest concert organized by Patrick Ewing’s Flattop, an alternative event organizer based out of Bay City. The evening started with the band Worn Spirit from Lansing. There was a definite apathetic vibe that shone through the wall of effected guitar tones and […]

    Fog and apathy and shoulder length hair! Oh my!
  • Noise in the Newsroom – Palomino Witchcraft

    Matt, Catlin and Josh of the Bay Area’s Palomino Witchcraft discuss making a splash in a developing scene on this Noise in the Newsroom. Featuring the tracks “Twenty Four” and “Morgolis,” recorded LIVE in the newsroom. Noise in the Newsroom – Palomino Witchcraft by Delta Collegiate on Mixcloud Produced by Matt Brown. Photo gallery by Josephine Norris.

    Noise in the Newsroom – Palomino Witchcraft
  • Ride the waves: Delta opts Q-TV out of FCC auction

    By Greg Horner, Senior Editor. The community can give a sigh of relief — Q-TV and PBS aren’t going anywhere. The Delta College Board of Trustees has voted to not have WDCQ Q-TV participate in the FCC’s spectrum auction during a special meeting held on Jan. 12. The Board had until 6 p.m. to make the decision before the FCC’s […]

    Ride the waves: Delta opts Q-TV out of FCC auction
  • Lady Pioneers persevere, comeback to beat Alpena

    By Ethan Moore, Sports Editor. The Lady Pioneers came into the game looking to stay above .500 as they took on Alpena Community College. It was rough goings early on as Alpena controlled the boards and took good interior shots as they had a 24 point outburst which led gave them a nine point lead heading into the half. Coach […]

    Lady Pioneers persevere, comeback to beat Alpena

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Two Delta students to speak at annual commencement ceremony

Two Delta students to speak at annual commencement ceremony

April 28, 2016 at 1:09 PM

By Abigail Beckman, Staff Reporter. The annual Delta Commencement is upon us. The ceremony will take place on campus in the gym on April 29 at 6 pm. with doors opening at...

Arts & Entertainment »

Pick your own ending at “The Mystery of Edwin Drood”

Pick your own ending at “The Mystery of Edwin Drood”

April 25, 2016 at 8:58 AM

By Josephine Norris, Photo Editor. Have you ever read a book or watched a movie and wished that the ending was different? “The Mystery of Edwin Drood” at Midland Center...

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Organic farmer shares her Middle East travels

Organic farmer shares her Middle East travels

April 11, 2016 at 8:01 AM

By Lindsey Schibelhut, Senior Reporter. The idea of leaving home and traveling abroad, for many people, might be met with trepidation. For Sarah Longstreth, farm owner and...

Sports »

Mid-Day Meltdown: Event keeps you fit, while raising awareness

Mid-Day Meltdown: Event keeps you fit, while raising awareness

April 11, 2016 at 8:01 AM

By Ethan Moore, Sports Editor. As it begins to warm up outside, it gets more and more annoying having to sit in the library doing classwork, especially when you wish you could...

Opinion »

Our View – The situations and standards of modern journalism

Our View – The situations and standards of modern journalism

April 11, 2016 at 8:01 AM

For the past 20 years, journalism in America has been in a sorry state. From failing to investigate the invasion of Iraq, ignoring the warning signs of the Great Recession,...

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Two Delta students to speak at annual commencement ceremony

Two Delta students to speak at annual commencement ceremony

By Abigail Beckman, Staff Reporter. The annual Delta Commencement is upon us. The ceremony will take place on campus in the gym on April 29 at 6 pm. with doors opening at 5 p.m. Every year, two graduating students share their journey and tell us how Delta changed their lives. Kaitlin Brown is a commencement speaker for this year’s ceremony […]

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Audiences travel to space with active duty astronaut

Audiences travel to space with active duty astronaut

By Josephine Norris, Photo Editor. Meeting a retired astronaut is a rare occurrence, but meeting an active duty astronaut who is heading back to space is a once in a lifetime experience. Delta College gave members of the Great Lakes Bay region the opportunity to meet astronaut Andrew J. Feustel. Feustel spoke with audiences about his adventures beyond earth. Feustel […]

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Physical Therapy class wins food drive

Physical Therapy class wins food drive

By Andrew Mason, Staff Reporter. After weeks of competition and plenty of donations, celebration was under way in the classroom of F-130. Chris Hausbeck’s physical therapy class are this year’s Food Drive Champions as they have recently won the 6th annual March Madness Food Drive conducted by the Student Food Pantry. The goal of the food drive was to help […]

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Pick your own ending at “The Mystery of Edwin Drood”

Pick your own ending at “The Mystery of Edwin Drood”

By Josephine Norris, Photo Editor. Have you ever read a book or watched a movie and wished that the ending was different? “The Mystery of Edwin Drood” at Midland Center for the Arts offers you the chance to change the ending to this musical. The author Charles Dickens happened to die at one of the most inconvenient times – right […]

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Collegiate staffers win 26 statewide journalism awards

Collegiate staffers win 26 statewide journalism awards

From Staff Reports. The Delta Collegiate took home 26 awards at the annual Michigan Community College Press Association (MCCPA) luncheon and conference at Central Michigan University April 9. The MCCPA is an association of community college newspapers from throughout Michigan. Entries for this year’s contest came from nine papers from throughout the lower peninsula. The Collegiate was honored for its […]

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Coming of age: Sanders drawing millennials to the polls

Coming of age: Sanders drawing millennials to the polls

By MaCayla Jablonski, Staff Reporter. When Bernie Sanders first announced his run for president, many thought he didn’t have a chance. However, after Sanders won Washington, Alaska and Hawaii, people who underestimated the youth vote are now biting their tongue. Young people all over America have stepped out into the world of politics thanks to this strange, yet interesting, presidential election. According […]

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Our View – The situations and standards of modern journalism

Our View – The situations and standards of modern journalism

For the past 20 years, journalism in America has been in a sorry state. From failing to investigate the invasion of Iraq, ignoring the warning signs of the Great Recession, to today’s rise of Trump – the American media has lost its credibility and respect. 24-hour news networks have replaced fact with opinion, and spend too much time reporting on […]

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Review – A sight for sore eyes: Season two of “Daredevil” stays strong

Review – A sight for sore eyes: Season two of “Daredevil” stays strong

By Cameron Kerkau, Staff Reporter. “Daredevil,” from series creator Drew Goddard and showrunner Steven S. DeKnight, premiered on Netflix last year to raving fans and critics alike. With a mixture of superb characterization and crime drama, “Daredevil” presents a new standard for superhero screenwriting. The second season launched on Netflix on March 18, and it definitely lives up to the […]

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Mid-Day Meltdown: Event keeps you fit, while raising awareness

Mid-Day Meltdown: Event keeps you fit, while raising awareness

By Ethan Moore, Sports Editor. As it begins to warm up outside, it gets more and more annoying having to sit in the library doing classwork, especially when you wish you could be active. There’s now an alternative way to exercise in school during the middle of the day. The Fitness Club is now offering free circuit training from 1 […]

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Organic farmer shares her Middle East travels

Organic farmer shares her Middle East travels

By Lindsey Schibelhut, Senior Reporter. The idea of leaving home and traveling abroad, for many people, might be met with trepidation. For Sarah Longstreth, farm owner and manager of Good Stead Farm in Hope, the thought of experiencing a different culture was her driving force to leave home. On March 30, Longstreth spoke at Delta about her travels to the Middle East. […]

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