Articles By: Delta Collegiate

Men’s basketball team falls short in loss to Schoolcraft

Men’s basketball team falls short in loss to Schoolcraft

By Joe Thornton, reporter. The Delta men’s basketball team played against the Schoolcraft College Ocelots on Jan. 17 in a highly emotional competition. Redemption was in the air for the Pioneers after two consecutive losses within their conference. After tip-off, Schoolcraft grabbed momentum early by shooting on all cylinders and making multiple three-pointers. The entire first half was fast-paced and played […]

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Lady Pioneers win two in a row, bring overall record up to 4-8

Lady Pioneers win two in a row, bring overall record up to 4-8

By Adam Przeslak, sports editor. The Lady Pioneers entered their Jan. 6 contest against the Oakland Community College Raiders, looking to end a five-game losing streak. The Raiders’ defense could not keep up with a fast-paced, stable Pioneer offense, leaving Oakland playing catch-up from the jump. Delta managed to score more points in the first quarter than Oakland did during the […]

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Next step for sustainability at Delta College focuses on power of single action

Next step for sustainability at Delta College focuses on power of single action

By Adam Przeslak, sports editor. Green isn’t just one of the school colors at Delta College – it means a lot more. Delta College has already made enormous efforts to reduce its campuses’ carbon footprint and promote sustainability, but is now campaigning about the importance of the “power of a single action.” Many students, staff and faculty members have noticed the […]

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Eating with the Collegiate: Fuzzy’s Restaurant

Eating with the Collegiate: Fuzzy’s Restaurant

Fuzzy’s is a hidden little gem in Old Town Saginaw where you can enjoy ice cream or a nice meal. Their old-school-diner feel creates a homey environment that both relaxes you and makes you wish the waitstaff were on rollerblades.   The staff: Walking into Fuzzy’s was like taking a step back a generation. We were greeted at the door […]

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Delta women’s basketball coach remains optimistic

Delta women’s basketball coach remains optimistic

By Joseph Thornton, reporter. With the women’s basketball team struggling in the early part of the season with a record of 3-7, head coach Shonda Long remains optimistic going forward. This is Long’s first head coaching job, but she believes these growing pains will pass. “We went on a slump in December, didn’t win a single game. Most teams would give […]

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Expanding the college football playoffs

Expanding the college football playoffs

By Adam Przeslak, sports editor. College football has crowned its newest champion: the Alabama Crimson Tide, a team very familiar with lifting trophies above their head. This season’s college football playoffs marked the Crimson Tide’s third straight appearance and their second championship. Alabama’s presence was questioned from the beginning as they took the highly contested fourth playoff spot. The SEC champion […]

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Gender transcends binary

Gender transcends binary

By Kellen MacGregor & Jack Rechsteiner. Binary systems are passé to say the least, especially when referring to gender. Why is genitalia the basis of one’s identity? Isn’t identity more nuanced than the organs you were born with? The world we live in is not just black and white. Several shades exist within it that differ from one extreme to […]

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Trump’s Corner – Jan. 22, 2018

Trump’s Corner – Jan. 22, 2018

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: *Insert mocking […]

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Satire – Who put pickled foreskin in my salad?

Satire – Who put pickled foreskin in my salad?

  By Kellen MacGregor, page and copy editor. You order a salade niçoise from your favorite restaurant. The very thought of anchovies causes your entire mouth to salivate at once. Your dear friend Charlotte orders the same. At last, the salad has arrived! Hark! What is this? These cannot be the prized anchovies you once adored. No, this simply will […]

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Our View: Customer service needs ‘Time’s Up’ movement

Our View: Customer service needs ‘Time’s Up’ movement

  James Franco, Steven Seagal and Aziz Ansari have been added to the long list of men accused of sexual misconduct. The accusations against Franco came after the Golden Globes, where he displayed his “Time’s Up” pin in support of the anti-harassment movement. With all of these allegations surfacing in Hollywood, we wonder what the treatment is like in more […]

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