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  • Delta College President receives pay raise amidst employee grievance

    By Matt Brown, Multimedia Director. On Tuesday, July 14, the Delta Board of Trustees met to discuss employee grievances and Presidential pay. Board chair Mike Rowley began the meeting holding a moment of silence for a construction worker Jason Schwartzly who suffered a fatal accident Monday working on campus. Rowley next motioned that an employee has requested a closed session […]

    Delta College President receives pay raise amidst employee grievance
  • Delta graduates achieve honors

    By MARISA LORANGER, Staff Reporter. A sea of green caps and gowns filled the floors of the pioneer gym this Friday for Delta’s 54th commencement. The two hour program consisted of singing from the Delta College Chamber Choir, professors and a speech from Delta College president Jean Goodnow. “I have faith that those futures will be bright and successful,” explained […]

    Delta graduates achieve honors
  • Trustees hold special meeting to discuss President’s evaluation

    By MATT BROWN, Multimedia Director. A special meeting was held by the Board of Trustees on April 29 covering what board member Dee Dee Wacksman called the, “president’s evaluation and recommendation for her – whatever – salary increases.” The board, “decided [they] should have a special meeting to have more emphasis, more importance, on this evaluation process.” To echo, board […]

    Trustees hold special meeting to discuss President’s evaluation
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  • Collegiate staffers win 27 statewide journalism awards

    From Staff Reports. Delta Collegiate Multimedia Director Matt Brown has been named the Michigan Community College Student Journalist of the Year by the Michigan Community College Press Association (MCCPA). Brown’s award was one of 27 awards presented to the staff of Delta College’s student-run newspaper at the annual MCCPA awards luncheon and conference on Saturday at Central Michigan University April […]

    Collegiate staffers win 27 statewide journalism awards
  • Pioneer for women forges frontier for equality

    By GABRIELLE MARTIN, Staff Reporter.  It is often said that a lot can change in a single year. For transgender woman Charin Davenport, that couldn’t be more true. A year ago, Davenport appeared to most observers to be an ordinary man. On April 14, Davenport will be honored as an extraordinary woman. Davenport, an adjunct English professor, will be recognized […]

    Pioneer for women forges frontier for equality
  • Fountain Talk: “How have you grown in the past year?”

    “I have grown to like school because I have to work towards my career. I appreciate teachers more.” Tristin Clark, 17, Bay City “I figured out that it is now time to work toward goals and that school will help- not hinder me. I want to be a cop in New York City.” Kaitlyn Arn, 18, Merrill “I am a […]

    Fountain Talk: “How have you grown in the past year?”
  • Student showcase in the S-Wing

    Photos by JOSEPHINE NORRIS.

    Student showcase in the S-Wing
  • Our View: Prop for potholes

    Michiganders are so used to driving down broken busted up-roads it’s easy to think our situation is normal; whether it’s in the suburbs or on the highway, potholes and craters are just things we live with. But it doesn’t have to be. Proposal 1 is a complicated affair and its supporters have failed to properly inform voters of its benefits. […]

    Our View: Prop for potholes
  • Real life simulation tests the skills of health students

      By ANN ESCAMILLA, Staff Reporter. A small hospital room in the F-wing is packed with 33 Delta students from different disciplines, checking vitals and monitoring the breathing of the patient. The patient’s eyes opened and closed while beeping filled the room. “Honey, is the baby okay?” asked Lori Kloc, Simulation Educator. The “baby,” like the “mother,” were not real […]

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

Board of Trustees meet to discuss Tuition and Fee increases

May 13, 2015 at 4:40 PM

By MATT BROWN, Multimedia Director. Right in step with Spring, the Board of Trustees looked to breathe new life into campus and held their first meeting during the Spring/Summer...

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REVIEW: Finding a life that is “Next to Normal” at Pit and Balcony

REVIEW: Finding a life that is “Next to Normal” at Pit and Balcony

May 9, 2015 at 2:41 PM

By JOSEPHINE NORRIS, Photo Editor. Diana Goodman seems to be an ordinary woman. Between raising teenagers without killing them and keeping her husband happy, Diana’s...

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Men’s baseball program hits 100 wins

Men’s baseball program hits 100 wins

April 13, 2015 at 8:00 AM

By GABRIELLE MARTIN, Staff Reporter.  The 2015 Delta College Men’s Baseball team helped make history for the program on Friday, April 3 in their games against the SVSU...

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Texting and driving no better than drinking and driving

Texting and driving no better than drinking and driving

April 13, 2015 at 8:00 AM

By KAITLYN SKRZYPCZAK, Editor-in-Chief. I can’t believe I have to say this: don’t text and drive. Don’t “snap” and drive. Please, for the love of all that is good,...

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

Board of Trustees meet to discuss Tuition and Fee increases

By MATT BROWN, Multimedia Director. Right in step with Spring, the Board of Trustees looked to breathe new life into campus and held their first meeting during the Spring/Summer semester, which ran on Tuesday, May 12. Treasurer Debra Lutz called the dinner meeting to order, saying there was, “a lot of information to cover.” Lutz began by describing the 2015-2016 […]

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REVIEW: Finding a life that is “Next to Normal” at Pit and Balcony

REVIEW: Finding a life that is “Next to Normal” at Pit and Balcony

By JOSEPHINE NORRIS, Photo Editor. Diana Goodman seems to be an ordinary woman. Between raising teenagers without killing them and keeping her husband happy, Diana’s struggles seem the same as any middle age wife and mother. She wants to “make it through another day,” to borrow lines from the opening number. In reality, Diana is struggling with more than caring […]

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The hills are alive with “the Sound of Music” at Bay City Players

The hills are alive with “the Sound of Music” at Bay City Players

By JOSEPHINE NORRIS, Photo Editor. Mid-Michigan may not be home to very many hills, but the hills we do have in the Bay City area are coming to life with the sound of music at the Bay City Player’s production of Roger and Hammerstein’s “The Sound of Music”. Set in the late 1930’s in the mountains of Austria,this musical follows […]

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Commencement speaker journeys from divorce to dedication

Commencement speaker journeys from divorce to dedication

By GABRIELLE MARTIN, News Editor. In 2003, if you had told Candice Schatz that she would be speaking at a college commencement ceremony 12 years later, she would not have believed you. After graduating from Antelope Valley High School in California in 2002, Schatz continued on to go to college at California State University of North Ridge. However, she was […]

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Midland Center for the Arts throws open doors to share AACT Fest with community

By JOSEPHINE NORRIS, Photo Editor. “And go!” calls out the timer and a play comes to life before your eyes. A group of thespians assemble a set, the lights dim and the show begins. 60 minutes later, the lights come up and the group takes down their set and leave the stage just as they found it: empty and bare. […]

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Local theaters have big impact on community

Local theaters have big impact on community

  By JOSEPHINE NORRIS, Photo Editor. The audience is abuzz with anticipation, speaking in murmurs throughout the auditorium as they wait for the performance of “Godspell” at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Bay City to begin. Backstage, cast members made up of pastors, baristas and everyday people just like you scurry around applying makeup, warming up their voices and making sure […]

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Ten summer blockbusters for when it’s too hot to go outside.

Ten summer blockbusters for when it’s too hot to go outside.

by LINDSI HEBERT, Staff Reporter. 1. The Avengers: Age of Ultron (May 1)- The newest installation of Joss Whedon’s super hero takeover. 2. Mad Max: Fury Road (May 15)- Possibly the only reboot that matters. 3. Tomorrowland (May 22)- Not to be confused with Yesterdayworld or Presentplanet. 4. Jurassic World (June 12)- It’s never a good idea to bring back […]

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Professors share their Peruvian experience

Professors share their Peruvian experience

By LINDSEY SCHIBELHUT, Staff Reporter. Have you ever wondered what its like to travel or volunteer abroad? In the Brown Bag Series Event: Two Professors in Peru on April 16, Maureen Donegan, Professor of Psychology, and Christine Coleman, Professor of Spanish, spoke about the places they visited, the families they stayed with and shared pictures they took while taking in […]

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Clean the World week hopes to help students on campus

Clean the World week hopes to help students on campus

By ANN ESCAMILLA, Staff Reporter. Imagine not having soap. It’s something so simple, yet living without it can drastically change your life. Imagine not having the pleasure of being clean. For some people they don’t have that pleasure. For some people soap is a luxury. Clean the World week will be taking over the halls of Delta for the first […]

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Major points scored in March Madness food drive

Major points scored in March Madness food drive

By GABRIELLE MARTIN, News Editor. March Madness isn’t just for basketball fans. During the month of March, the student food pantry at Delta College hosts a competitive food drive. Each food item donated counts as one point and each dollar donated counts as three points. The class that accumulates the most points per student wins the March Madness food drive. […]

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