• FOIA reveals more information on false rape case

    By Aubrie Smith, co-editor-in-chief Nine months ago, a former Delta College student claimed that she was sexually assaulted by an unknown black male in the northwest parking lot of Delta’s main campus. The report led campus officials to alert other Delta students via text message, warning them about a rapist at large. A grassroots campaign erupted on campus with Post-it […]

    FOIA reveals more information on false rape case
  • Lady Pioneers start season 2-2, rocket past Kalamazoo Valley twice

    Video by Michael Pieper   By Adam Przeslak, sports editor The Lady Pioneers have kicked off their season with a 2-2 start beginning with their Nov. 1 game against Rochester. They took on the JV Warriors in their season opener and were outscored in the first two quarter. Delta was facing a deficit coming out of halftime intermission but they […]

    Lady Pioneers start season 2-2, rocket past Kalamazoo Valley twice
  • This Is Art – The impact of inclusive spaces

    By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor On Nov. 16, 150 people made the drive to Saginaw from places as far as Indiana and Grand Rapids to hang out together at local art and music venue, Counter Culture. “This show has been the first big one in awhile here. It’s hard to bring big touring bands to an intimate venue like this,” […]

    This Is Art – The impact of inclusive spaces
  • Delta takes unprecedented stance toward flat-earth curriculum

    By Kellen MacGregor, copy editor UNIVERSITY CENTER – Head chairperson of Delta College’s geography department Amelia Gruff has divulged in a recent press conference the steps toward inclusivity that Delta is taking. “We at Delta want every viewpoint and opinion expressed thoroughly,” shared Gruff Wednesday morning. “Such a belief includes the ever-growing flat-earth movement.” Flat-earthers hold the belief that earth […]

    Delta takes unprecedented stance toward flat-earth curriculum
  • Delta men’s basketball off to strong start

    By Joe Thornton, reporter The Pioneers men’s basketball team set off early on the morning of Friday, Nov. 10 to compete in a weekend of basketball at the Kalamazoo Valley Community College Basketball Invitational. The team managed to win both of their games in an impressive fashion, outscoring their opponents by a total of 176-163 at the event. The Pioneers’ […]

    Delta men’s basketball off to strong start
  • Native American Mascots: honorable or disrespectful?

    By Adam Przeslak, sports editor A few years ago outcry from a sizeable portion of NFL fans erupted, but it wasn’t about national anthem protesters or Colin Kaepernick, it was about the Washington Redskins. It seemed as if, finally, football fans were putting their foots down and demanding a name change for a tasteless, racist team mascot. Some sports commentators […]

    Native American Mascots: honorable or disrespectful?
  • Trump’s Corner

    By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief Trump’s Corner: Where we highlight the events of our president’s favorite pastime: tweeting. Why is the president of our nation tweeting constantly? Who knows. But what he tweets can be very interesting to say the least. Here are some highlight tweets that I’ve noticed in the past few weeks that have stood out to me: On […]

    Trump’s Corner
  • The Texas Shooter was a terrorist, plain and simple – Our View

    What happened in the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, was a tragedy. Twenty-six people didn’t go home to their parents, spouses, children, friends, neighbors or pets. They lost their lives because of a crazed man, whose name we will not mention because it would only glorify him, who decided to systematically shoot and kill churchgoers in this small […]

    The Texas Shooter was a terrorist, plain and simple – Our View
  • Masturbating monogamously – The Honest Monogamist

    By Aubrie Smith, co-editor-in-chief When you invite someone else into your bedroom, when do you have time for yourself? Masturbating while in a relationship can get pretty tricky, but not only is it normal, it’s encouraged by everyone that just popped up on Google. First, let’s get one thing straight: Masturbating is not a need, it’s a want. No one […]

    Masturbating monogamously – The Honest Monogamist
  • Board approves major construction projects

    By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief BAY CITY – Four major construction projects totaling an estimated $12,500,000 were approved by the Board of Trustees Nov. 14. The projects were proposed by Director of Facilities Management Larry Ramseyer. The largest project totaling an estimated $5,000,000 is a renovation to Delta’s K-wing which should be completed in the 2019 spring or summer semester. Upgrades […]

    Board approves major construction projects

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FOIA reveals more information on false rape case

FOIA reveals more information on false rape case

November 20, 2017 at 2:29 PM

By Aubrie Smith, co-editor-in-chief Nine months ago, a former Delta College student claimed that she was sexually assaulted by an unknown black male in the northwest parking...

Arts & Entertainment »

This Is Art – The impact of inclusive spaces

This Is Art – The impact of inclusive spaces

November 20, 2017 at 11:11 AM

By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor On Nov. 16, 150 people made the drive to Saginaw from places as far as Indiana and Grand Rapids to hang out together at local art and...

Collegiate Life »

Brian Pruitt motivates Men of Delta

Brian Pruitt motivates Men of Delta

November 14, 2017 at 2:01 PM

By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief UNIVERSITY CENTER – Motivational speaker Brian Pruitt made an appearance on Delta’s campus as the final speaker of the semester...

Opinion »

Delta takes unprecedented stance toward flat-earth curriculum

Delta takes unprecedented stance toward flat-earth curriculum

November 19, 2017 at 2:46 PM

By Kellen MacGregor, copy editor UNIVERSITY CENTER – Head chairperson of Delta College’s geography department Amelia Gruff has divulged in a recent press conference the...

Sports »

Lady Pioneers start season 2-2, rocket past Kalamazoo Valley twice

Lady Pioneers start season 2-2, rocket past Kalamazoo Valley twice

November 20, 2017 at 2:20 PM

Video by Michael Pieper   By Adam Przeslak, sports editor The Lady Pioneers have kicked off their season with a 2-2 start beginning with their Nov. 1 game against Rochester....

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

Other News

Roundtable breaks down walls around immigration

Roundtable breaks down walls around immigration

By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor SAGINAW – A roundtable panel discussion was held Nov. 13 at Delta College’s Ricker Center with the goal of creating conversation on the current issues surrounding immigration. The Delta Political Forum Series organized “Beyond the Dream: Perspectives on DACA and Immigration Reform” with the intention of creating an event that was a deliberative dialog which […]

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Marvel smashes expectations with ‘Thor: Ragnarok’

Marvel smashes expectations with ‘Thor: Ragnarok’

By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief Wow. I am really struggling trying to the find the exact words I need in order to describe this phenomenon of a film, and quite frankly “wow” is the only word that truly sums it all up. Marvel has outdone itself with its latest film release. From the astonishing special effects to the epic battle scenes, […]

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Brian Pruitt motivates Men of Delta

Brian Pruitt motivates Men of Delta

By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief UNIVERSITY CENTER – Motivational speaker Brian Pruitt made an appearance on Delta’s campus as the final speaker of the semester for Men of Delta’s Motivational Mondays on Nov. 13. Pruitt brought his empowering energy and enlightening stories to attendees to show them that they can overcome any obstacles in their way. Pruitt is a Saginaw native […]

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Students try to change the world

Students try to change the world

Delta College students share their stances on political issues and encourage their fellow students to help them make a change in the world. Video by Kevin Lazarro Photos by Michael Piwowarski

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Human library brings unique perspectives to students

Human library brings unique perspectives to students

By Joe Thornton, reporter UNIVERSITY CENTER – In affiliation with The Democracy Commitment, Delta College brought the Human Library to campus for a free event in Founder’s Hall from 11-2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 2. Students gathered to learn from “books,” but these books were not tied to binding or stacked on shelves. They were real people who participated in the […]

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‘Chez les Napoléons’ brings French culture, language to Tri-Cities

‘Chez les Napoléons’ brings French culture, language to Tri-Cities

By Kellen MacGregor “Chez les Napoléons,” the Delta College French Club’s official moniker, means “house of the Napoleons,” which perfectly summarizes the French Club’s recent endeavors in and out of Delta. Founded seven years ago, “Chez les Napoléons” has adhered to its values through its soirées, philanthropy and education of the French language and culture. Such values include the preservation, […]

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Holiday fun on a college budget

Holiday fun on a college budget

By Aubrie Smith, co-editor-in-chief The party Don’t rule out the dollar store You may not want to rely on the dollar store for every single need, but most of your party needs can be found there at a significantly lower cost – a plastic fork is a plastic fork no matter how much you paid for it, right? Call in […]

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Local artists hold discussion at Studio 23 on being an artist

Local artists hold discussion at Studio 23 on being an artist

By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor BAY CITY – The Great Lakes Bay Region has a legacy of art and a rich history of artists that includes names we hear in art history books, like Alden B. Dow, Irving Couse and Jim Shaw. The 50 Artists of the Great Lakes Bay Region exhibition hosted at Studio 23 in Bay City was […]

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Image courtesy of Riverside Saginaw Film Festival.

Film takes over town for 11th annual festival

By Kellen MacGregor, copy editor, and Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor The Riverside Saginaw Film Festival took the city of Saginaw by storm for its 11th year in a row from November 9 to 12. Spanning five different venues scattered throughout downtown and Old Town Saginaw, the Riverside Saginaw Film Festival brought four days’ worth of independent, foreign, classic and documentary films […]

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Delta celebrates Native American Heritage Month with song and dance

Delta celebrates Native American Heritage Month with song and dance

By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor UNIVERSITY CENTER – Waskwane Stonefish, a member of the Delta Pioneers’ women’s basketball team, brought her family and heritage to Delta College for Native American Heritage Month on Tuesday, Nov. 7. Waskwane introduced herself, along with the rest of her family, to the people gathered together in the Delta gymnasium for the event. Waskwane talked […]

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