Category: Collegiate Life

How I survive the final stretch of the semester

By Jessica Sierocki, photo editor. WARNING: I am not actively encouraging anyone to do any of these things, because they may only work for me. If you do, there’s a good chance you’ll end up like me, and I’m constantly a hungry and tired person. Once spring break is over, the end of the semester seems to drag on forever. Upcoming essay […]

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Traveling Michigan on a budget

Traveling Michigan on a budget

By Jessica Sierocki, photo editor. The beach at Sleeper State Park in Caseville provides the perfect spot to listen to the waves and watch the sunsets. (Delta Collegiate/File/Jessica Sierocki)   Whether we like to admit it or not, we college students have a wallet tighter than our nerves during finals. But just because our wallets cry, it doesn’t mean that we need […]

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Black Student Union forming at Delta

By Josie Norris, editor-in-chief. UNIVERSITY CENTER, MI – Delta’s Black Student Union is reforming with the goal of being more than just another club. According to Student Diversity and Leadership Coordinator Carlos McMath, the club’s first objective is to improve student relationships on campus and be connected to the community outside Delta. McMath says that he wants the organization to be […]

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One stop information for graduation

One stop information for graduation

By Jessica Sierocki, photo editor. The end of the semester is in sight, and so is the end of an era at Delta College for graduating students. This year’s commencement ceremony is taking place April 28 at 6 p.m. in the gymnasium. Following the ceremony, there will be light refreshments in the commons near Red Brix for graduates and faculty, as well […]

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Planetarium celebrates 20 years, new special events

Planetarium celebrates 20 years, new special events

By Jessica Sierocki, photo editor. It has been two decades since the Delta College Planetarium opened its doors to the community to explore the untold mysteries of the universe. The planetarium, located on the corner of Center Avenue and Saginaw Street in Bay City, will host an open house to celebrate its 20th anniversary on Saturday, May 13, from 11 […]

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Campus Connection – Campus libraries promote diversity and more

Campus Connection – Campus libraries promote diversity and more

By Brynna Henika, staff reporter.  Campus libraries promote diversity with uplifting messages: Western Michigan University decides to take a new approach for its diverse student population. According to wmich.edu, students and staff use Post-it notes, writing positive and welcoming messages, and placing them onto select bulletin boards around the university’s four libraries. The idea for the project was discussed at […]

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Between the Sheets – Butt what about anal?

Between the Sheets – Butt what about anal?

By MaCayla Jablonski, assistant editor-in-chief. **Interviewees in this column have been renamed for anonymity**   In most relationships, there seems to be one idea that scares the crap – maybe even literally – out of people: anal sex. Whether it’s to spice things up in the bedroom with your partner or it’s your favored way of doing it, a lot […]

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Poetic expression runs through Harless + Hugh

Poetic expression runs through Harless + Hugh

By Cameron Kerkau, managing editor. Guests at Harless + Hugh had a side of feeling with their coffee during the open-mic poetry night on March 16. The night was facilitated by the Tri-City Center for Poetry and Creative Writing, a group associated with Delta’s Night Garden, which is run by English professors JodiAnn Stevenson and Mark Brown. “Poetry, for me, […]

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Sky Zone offers a high-flying experience

Sky Zone offers a high-flying experience

By Allie Keenan, staff reporter. SAGINAW — By reinventing new ways to play on a plain-and-simple trampoline, Sky Zone Saginaw has created an environment for people of all ages. Sky Zone Trampoline Parks have already been introduced throughout the state of Michigan, and Saginaw has been one of the most recent to jump on the bandwagon to participate in all […]

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Jessica Hill, owner of Omoni Boutique, folds merchandise at the front counter at the boutique at 108 N. Michigan in Old Town Saginaw. (Delta Collegiate/Josie Norris)

Omoni Boutique open for business in Old Town

By Josie Norris, editor-in-chief. SAGINAW– Old Town Saginaw has recently welcomed the addition of Omoni Boutique to the neighborhood and owner Jessica Hill is excited to make her mark on Saginaw with the boutique. “I love Saginaw, I knew we were here forever, and I am a huge believer in if you’re going to live someplace… let’s make it what […]

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