• Robotics state tournament comes to SVSU

    By: Carter Houtman, reporter Robotics has become a huge deal for high schoolers in recent years, and after the state tournament on April 13, it’s easy to see why. Teams from high schools from around Michigan came to SVSU to participate in the annual For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology Robotics competition at the Ryder Center. Hundreds of […]

    Robotics state tournament comes to SVSU
  • Delta College softball sweeps Alpena in doubleheader

    By: Joe Thornton, reporter On the cold and windy afternoon of April 13, the Delta College softball team stepped up to the plate in a two-game series against Alpena Community College. The team withstood the cold and performed dominantly, especially on the offensive side of the ball. In the first game, battling against the cold weather, Madison Gentry took to […]

    Delta College softball sweeps Alpena in doubleheader
  • Where to shop this Record Store Day

    By Michael Piwowarski, photojournalist Since 2007, Record Store Day has internationally celebrated thousands of independently owned record stores. On April 21, vinyl enthusiasts in the area will have the chance to go to these participating record stores in the Tri-Cities and take advantage of specials, RSD exclusive releases, contests, live performances and more. The Electric Kitsch, 917 Washington Ave. in […]

    Where to shop this Record Store Day
  • Great Lakes Bay FAN moves forward

    By Michael Piwowarski, photojournalist UNIVERSITY CENTER – The new Great Lakes Bay Region chapter of Families Against Narcotics is continuing to make progress in the ongoing struggle against the area’s, and country’s, opioid epidemic. At the monthly meeting Thursday, April 12 – held in classroom F025 – Vice President Lori Ziolkowski expressed great enthusiasm as she discussed how Hope Not […]

    Great Lakes Bay FAN moves forward
  • The Kennedys are cursed: ‘Chappaquiddick’

    Carter Houtman Those of us who are history buffs know all about the curse of the Kennedys: JFK was assassinated during a presidential parade Robert “Bobby” Kennedy was assassinated after winning the Democratic Party primary Joseph Kennedy, the oldest brother, was killed in 1944 in a plane crash over France during WWII David Kennedy, the fourth out of Robert Kennedy’s […]

    The Kennedys are cursed: ‘Chappaquiddick’
  • ‘Ready Player One’ is ready for the future of nostalgia

    By: Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor “Ready Player One” is a movie that’s set just far enough into the future that it can look back nostalgically at an interesting time: right now. As we’ve all been stumbling our ways through the beginning of the 21st century, there has been an increasing trend of people clinging to the nostalgia of earlier years […]

    ‘Ready Player One’ is ready for the future of nostalgia
  • Economics club is more than money and business

    By: Michael Piwowarski, reporter For some Delta College students, economics may sound like one of the more boring, mundane subjects; a student-run club started in 2017 seeks to change that and make economics fun. Collegiate staff reporter Joseph Thornton – with the help of Associate Professor of Economics Mark Mitchell – started the Delta College Economics Club in the fall […]

    Economics club is more than money and business
  • Museum exhibits Saginaw’s identity

    By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor The Saginaw Art Museum is a nationally accredited institution that provides educational programs, featured exhibitions, a permanent collection of art and community outreach. With its latest special exhibition, the Saginaw Art Museum aims to highlight the people who give Saginaw the thriving community that it has. The museum stayed open late for the opening of […]

    Museum exhibits Saginaw’s identity
  • Fortnite fosters a new age of gaming

    By: Joe Thornton, reporter In the heat of battle, all that can be heard is the sound of footsteps. Your hands are shaking violently from the pressure, as you know you’re the last of your teammates, but you pull the trigger and see those cathartic words appear on the screen: “#1 Victory Royale!” It’s a feeling that’s indescribable, especially if […]

    Fortnite fosters a new age of gaming
  • Collegiate Tries It: Shooting a glock

    By: Collegiate Staff Duncan’s Outdoor Shop, a gun and rifle range located in Bay City, is tucked away behind an auction building on Salzburg Avenue. With the gun reform movement continuing to take place, the Delta Collegiate members decided to put guns into their own hands and form educated opinions on the Second Amendment. The Collegiate divided up into two […]

    Collegiate Tries It: Shooting a glock

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Robotics state tournament comes to SVSU

Robotics state tournament comes to SVSU

April 17, 2018 at 7:27 PM

By: Carter Houtman, reporter Robotics has become a huge deal for high schoolers in recent years, and after the state tournament on April 13, it’s easy to see why. Teams...

Arts & Entertainment »

The Kennedys are cursed: ‘Chappaquiddick’

The Kennedys are cursed: ‘Chappaquiddick’

April 16, 2018 at 6:06 PM

Carter Houtman Those of us who are history buffs know all about the curse of the Kennedys: JFK was assassinated during a presidential parade Robert “Bobby” Kennedy...

Collegiate Life »

Economics club is more than money and business

Economics club is more than money and business

April 16, 2018 at 5:25 PM

By: Michael Piwowarski, reporter For some Delta College students, economics may sound like one of the more boring, mundane subjects; a student-run club started in 2017 seeks...

Opinion »

Fortnite fosters a new age of gaming

Fortnite fosters a new age of gaming

April 11, 2018 at 5:15 PM

By: Joe Thornton, reporter In the heat of battle, all that can be heard is the sound of footsteps. Your hands are shaking violently from the pressure, as you know you’re...

Sports »

Delta College softball sweeps Alpena in doubleheader

Delta College softball sweeps Alpena in doubleheader

April 17, 2018 at 7:15 PM

By: Joe Thornton, reporter On the cold and windy afternoon of April 13, the Delta College softball team stepped up to the plate in a two-game series against Alpena Community...

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

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Public safety reacts to alleged threat on campus

Public safety reacts to alleged threat on campus

By: Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief UNIVERSITY CENTER – Wednesday, March 21, Delta College Public Safety sent out an emergency alert of a concerning drawing that a student found on a bathroom stall door in the E-wing men’s restroom. The drawing of a handgun had what appeared to be numbers spelling out the date March 22 (3/22/18). The following Monday, March 26, […]

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Community fundraises for young, black and beaten

Community fundraises for young, black and beaten

By: Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor “I told my best friend in the car to record what was happening because I actually thought I might die.” These are words most people never have to say throughout their life. For some, it’s nearly impossible to think of a situation where they would have to say something like that. They were Cornelius Phelps’s […]

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Delta Collegiate takes home 11 awards

Delta Collegiate takes home 11 awards

By: Delta Collegiate Staff  The Delta Collegiate staff was honored with 11 combined awards on Saturday, April 7 for work that its reporters, photographers and videographers have done over the past year. Since 2013, the Michigan Community College Press Association has been bringing together community college journalism members from across the state to celebrate their achievements. Holding an annual conference […]

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Public office positions need term, age limits

Public office positions need term, age limits

By: Carter Houtman, reporter There are currently 25 sitting United States senators over the age of 70 sitting in office. That number rises to 39 sitting senators, if you take everyone who is 66 years old and up. 66, coincidentally, is the current retirement age to begin collecting Social Security checks in the United States. The whole reason why we […]

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Wish clothes, for better or worse

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Communication: How much is too much?

Communication: How much is too much?

By: Aubrie Smith, co-editor-in-chief Each week as I sit and think of my latest Honest Monogamist topic, I always seem to come back to the same ending point: strengthen the communication. Everything seems fixable if you’re open to honest discussion, change and constructive criticism. I saw a quote dwindling online that said: “Remember, it’s not you versus him, it’s you […]

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Tri-City Hotspot: Live Oak Coffeehouse

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By: Carter Houtman, reporter Since its opening in January of 2017, Live Oak Coffeehouse’s parking lot has always been packed and the baristas have been working nonstop to make the coffee shop a place that is as welcoming as it is exciting. At 711 Ashman St. in Midland, Live Oak is in a prime location. Photos by Kelly. Live Oak […]

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Populace named best coffee in Michigan

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By: Carter Houtman, reporter Populace Coffee was recently named best coffee in Michigan by MLive. Populace, being its own roaster, has the ability to hand-select the best coffee that they have imported, making sure that their customers get the best they can offer. Populace Coffee was named the best place in Michigan to get a cup of coffee. March 29, […]

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School walkouts: Good or bad press?

School walkouts: Good or bad press?

By: Carter Houtman, reporter On March 14, in high schools and colleges across the nation, students participated in National School Walkout Day to protest gun violence in the United States. This came one month after the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. The shooting left 17 victims, students and faculty alike, dead, and many young […]

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