Articles By: Delta Collegiate

Trump slept with a pornstar – who cares?

Trump slept with a pornstar – who cares?

By Carter Houtman, reporter. If you don’t know, Stormy Daniels is a pornstar who claims that she slept with President Trump before he became president and was paid $120,000 to be quiet about it before the 2016 election. What I don’t understand, however, is why everyone seems to care so much about whether or not Trump slept with a pornstar years […]

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A Sad Farewell – Honest Monogamist

A Sad Farewell – Honest Monogamist

By Aubrie Smith, co-editor-in-chief. Over the last 2 years, I have poured out my most intimate details onto the printed pages of the Delta Collegiate. I have held nothing back, showing you all how much of a mess my life really is; I did it eagerly and without hesitation. Words cannot describe how sad it is that my time at the […]

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We’re here, we’re queer

We’re here, we’re queer

By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor. Hot Take: There needs to be a change in how we talk about queer folks. And yes, I said queer. Not gay, or LGBT or even LGBT+, but queer. As someone who is queer themselves (I’m asexual and agender, gotta #represent) I try to be involved with the different communities in the area and try to […]

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Tips when approaching gender-nonconforming folks

Tips when approaching gender-nonconforming folks

By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief. The world is changing and so are people. In this day and age, people are beginning to feel comfortable finding and expressing who they truly are. For those of us who are not members of the community, here are a few tips for those who have never had the privilege to interact with a gender-nonconforming person.   […]

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Delta College celebrates Earth Day

Delta College celebrates Earth Day

By Carter Houtman, Haley Nagel, and Jack Rechsteiner. UNIVERSITY CENTER – Every year, Earth Day is celebrated worldwide as a day to promote sustainable living, recycling, reducing pollution and promoting clean alternative energy sources. For Delta College, this means inviting speakers to talk to students about different projects, findings, and ways they can help better the planet in the next […]

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Ending male violence one community at a time

Ending male violence one community at a time

By Haley Gray, reporter. UNIVERSITY CENTER – With 97 percent of all domestic and violent crimes in America being committed by men, Ed Heisler, along with local women, asked what they could do to decrease this statistic. This question led to the creation of the Don’t Buy It Program which strives to reach out to young men to help stop the […]

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Delta students place at DECA international competition

Delta students place at DECA international competition

By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief. ARLINGTON, VA – Members from Delta College’s DECA traveled to Arlington, Virginia to compete against students from around the globe at the International Career Development Conference. Students Nicole Horn, Jonas Morey and Brock DeLisle represented Delta by placing in their event categories Saturday, April 14. DECA is a business club that gives students the opportunity to compete […]

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Collegiate Tries It: Shooting a Glock

Collegiate Tries It: Shooting a Glock

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

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Tri-Cities celebrate Record Store Day 2018

Tri-Cities celebrate Record Store Day 2018

By Michael Piwowarski, photojournalist. Record Store Day has celebrated thousands of independently owned record stores around the world since 2007, and on April 21, 2018, the Tri-Cities joined in the fun. Long lines formed outside of Records & Tapes Galore in Saginaw that morning, before the record store opened its doors at 10 a.m. Having been in business for more than […]

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The Wonder Years are in their best years

The Wonder Years are in their best years

By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor. When I first stumbled across The Wonder Years as they were putting out their debut album on No Sleep Records in 2008, I had no idea it would start a 10-year love affair with their music. Since then, my relationship with The Wonder Years music has had its “Upsides” (sorry, I couldn’t stop myself) and downsides, […]

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