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  • Jury convicts man of murdering Delta student

    By Jacob Swiecicki, Staff Reporter. A Saginaw County jury has convicted Michael Lawrence II, 25, of first degree felony murder of a former Delta student. The victim, Angelica Olivarez, was strangled to death on April 15, 2013 in her Saginaw home. The verdict came Friday afternoon at the conclusion of a three-day jury trial in the courtroom of Circuit Judge […]

    Jury convicts man of murdering Delta student
  • The Democracy Commitment wants to change your world

    By Gabrielle Martin, Staff Reporter. College students often have strong stances on issues that can impact their daily lives. Students will have the opportunity to learn about some of these issues and have venues to act on them from Oct. 28 through Oct. 30 during “Change Your World Week” on main campus. Students in POL-104 will be presenting information on […]

    The Democracy Commitment wants to change your world
  • Saginaw Valley Sustainability Society chases ice

    By Jacob Swiecicki, Staff Reporter. Local environmentalists gathered at Intermission Deli in Bay City on Oct. 8 to watch a documentary on climate change called “Chasing Ice”. Mariah McClean, President of the Saginaw Valley Sustainability Society (SVSS) held a Q&A session after the showing for anyone who interested in voicing their environmental concerns. “Chasing Ice” follows the story of James […]

    Saginaw Valley Sustainability Society chases ice
  • CSC suspect banned from campus

    By Gabrielle Martin, Staff Reporter. Investigation into the alleged sexual assault on Delta’s Campus last week has revealed the identity of the suspect and confirmed that he is a student at Delta College. According to the Director of Public Safety at Delta, Steve Witzke, the suspect has been notified by the college and advised not to return to classes or […]

    CSC suspect banned from campus
  • Delta College OIT launches new phone app

    By Dominic Arthur, Staff Reporter. If you haven’t heard by now – Delta has a new phone app. The new app features a cleaner interface where you are able to access grades, registration, course schedules, email, eLearning, news, events, and Delta’s social media accounts. Charity Hyde, Director of IT Operations at Delta, said that the new app was created so […]

    Delta College OIT launches new phone app
  • Real Estate program now taking applicants

    By Gabrielle Martin, Staff Reporter. If attaining a job as a Real Estate Salesperson has ever been something you have considered, you may be interested to know that Delta College offers a Real Estate Fundamentals Program. The program is only 44 hours and the cost is $599 plus the cost of a textbook. The program meets all of the requirements […]

    Real Estate program now taking applicants
  • Stages of Discovery apply arts to the community

    By Kyle Grew, Staff Reporter. The Stages of Discovery are hosting their Third Annual Halloween Makeup Workshop The workshop will cost $10 and will be in the lobby of the Bay City Players, 1214 Columbus Ave. on Oct. 25 from 12 to 3 p.m. The event will be coordinated and taught by Carrie Butler. Butler is a graduate of SVSU […]

    Stages of Discovery apply arts to the community
  • The DCS: Tri-City Haunted Houses

    With Halloween right around the corner, Delta Collegiate Staff Reporters Greg Horner and Dominic Arthur went to two local haunted attractions to showcase the great haunts that are within the Tri-Cities. Featured haunts: Junction Valley Spook Train of Bridgeport: https://www.facebook.com/events/78530… Fear University of Bridgeport: https://www.facebook.com/FearUniversity Written by: Dominic Arthur & Greg Horner Narrated by: Greg Horner Audio/Video by: Matt Brown […]

  • Delta grad brings Saginaw the news

    From felon to reporter, MLive public safety reporter Bob Johnson has been on both sides of the police tape. Johnson grew up in Saginaw, and crime was part of his everyday life. “I grew up in gangs,” he said. “I’ve been in jail and I’ve been shot a few times.” Johnson, 37, wasn’t able to take the steps to turn […]

    Delta grad brings Saginaw the news
  • Write-in candidates for Delta Board of Trustees invited to public forum

    By Kaitlyn Skrzypczak, Editor-in-Chief. The Bay County write-in candidates for the Delta College Board of Trustees will have the opportunity to participate in a public forum Wednesday, Oct. 22. The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) Delta Chapter will host the event from 4-5:30 p.m. in S105 on Delta’s campus. According to an announcement from the AAUP, “Two of the […]

    Delta College Board members review documents during the Oct. 14 meeting (Delta Collegiate/Jacob Swiecicki)

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Jury convicts man of murdering Delta student

Jury convicts man of murdering Delta student

October 27, 2014 at 7:33 PM

By Jacob Swiecicki, Staff Reporter. A Saginaw County jury has convicted Michael Lawrence II, 25, of first degree felony murder of a former Delta student. The victim, Angelica...

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Stages of Discovery apply arts to the community

Stages of Discovery apply arts to the community

October 22, 2014 at 8:00 AM

By Kyle Grew, Staff Reporter. The Stages of Discovery are hosting their Third Annual Halloween Makeup Workshop The workshop will cost $10 and will be in the lobby of the Bay...

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Pioneers kick it into high gear

Pioneers kick it into high gear

October 20, 2014 at 8:02 AM

By Kyle Grew, Staff Reporter. The Pioneers (6-4-3) entered the match having lost or tied the past two games. After beating Cincinnati State Technical & Community College...

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Holiday of infamy: Is Columbus worth celebrating?

October 20, 2014 at 8:00 AM

By Greg Horner, Staff Reporter. Whether it’s the auctioning of slaves while all men are created equal, or destiny manifesting itself in massacres and reservations;  America’s...

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Female student allegedly sexually assaulted on Delta’s campus

Female student allegedly sexually assaulted on Delta’s campus

By Kaitlyn Skrzypczak, Editor-in-Chief. A female student was allegedly sexually assaulted on Delta College’s campus Thursday, Oct. 16. Students who were signed up to receive text alerts through Delta’s Emergency Notification System were informed via text of the assault after 9:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 19. The female student filed a report to Michigan State Police Saturday, Oct. 18, according […]

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VOTER GUIDE: Tri-city ballot proposal guide

VOTER GUIDE: Tri-city ballot proposal guide

SAGINAW COUNTY Public safety on ballet by Gabrielle Martin, Staff Reporter. Citizens of the City of Saginaw will vote on whether to renew the public safety millage again. The current millage expires in 2015. The proposal for 7.5 mills will result in around $3 million in the first year to help fund the police and fire departments. The millage was […]

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VOTER GUIDE: Michigan candidate races

VOTER GUIDE: Michigan candidate races

MICHIGAN GOVERNOR RACE According to Ballotpedia.com and the Rick Snyder website, Our current Governor, Republican Rick Snyder, advertises himself as, “One Tough Nerd.” He’s a conservative from Ann Arbor with a degree from the University of Michigan. As we may have noticed in his four years in office, he’s very business-minded. He favors vouchers for school choice, the absolute right […]

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Bay City cyclists host Boo-cycle costume ride

By Ann Escamilla, Staff Reporter. Most people have gone for a bike ride in their lifetime, but how about bike riding with a group of people while wearing Halloween costumes? Saturday, Nov. 1 a spooktacular bike ride event called Bay City Boo-Cycle Halloween Costume Ride will be taking place to promote cycling safety. “I always wanted to do something like […]

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Pioneers kick it into high gear

Pioneers kick it into high gear

By Kyle Grew, Staff Reporter. The Pioneers (6-4-3) entered the match having lost or tied the past two games. After beating Cincinnati State Technical & Community College (4-8-1) earlier in the season, the Pioneers hoped to get their season back on track. Almost as soon as the game started however, it was headed for derailment, conceding a highly disputed penalty […]

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‘Annabelle’ may cause drowsiness

By Lindsi Hebert, Staff Reporter. Directed by John R. Leonetti (Insidious, The Conjuring) and released Oct. 3, “Annabelle” is the prequel to the popular horror movie, “The Conjuring”. “Annabelle” starts out simple enough; a new family lives in a quiet suburb in the seventies. Mia (Annabelle Wallis), the wife, is pregnant with the couple’s first child. Her husband (Ward Horton) […]

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Three write in candidates file for Delta Board of Trustees election

By Kaitlyn Skrzypczak, Editor-in-Chief. Voters from Midland, Bay and Saginaw county will have the opportunity this election season to choose new members for the Delta College Board of Trustees. Voters, however, will notice that no names are on the Nov. 4 ballot for the Bay County seat. The July 15 filing deadline passed with no applications for the seat. Three […]

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$4 million STEM grants buys bus

By Gabrielle Martin, Staff Reporter. Making the Delta difference has been a goal of Delta College for quite some time and the school is about to take that to the next level. Delta College recently received a $4 million grant from the Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation to build the STEM Explorer. The STEM Explorer will be a […]

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Holiday of infamy: Is Columbus worth celebrating?

By Greg Horner, Staff Reporter. Whether it’s the auctioning of slaves while all men are created equal, or destiny manifesting itself in massacres and reservations;  America’s history has not lived up to its ideals. The words we have placed on paper have not been followed through in action. To overcome the disconnect when history falls short, national myths are created […]

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‘Office Space’ leaves viewers zonked

By Lindsi Hebert, Staff Reporter. Released in 1999, directed by Mike Judge and based off of the Milton animated shorts, “Office Space” tells the story of Peter Gibbons (Ron Livingston), his two friends Michael Bolton (David Herman) and Samir Nagheenanajar (Ajay Naidu) and their jobs working as code monkeys for the software company Initech. It’s the typical crappy job, complete […]

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