Category: Opinion

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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Honest Monogamist: Ways to deal with the breakup

Honest Monogamist: Ways to deal with the breakup

  Breakups suck. No matter how fulfilling or flawed the relationship, the sting of the sudden loneliness can bite harder than this Michigan frost. Here are a few tips to warm the chill: Connect with old friends It’s all too common to lose touch with friends while you get closer to your significant other. Whether you’ve lost touch completely or […]

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The Honest Monogamist: Dealing With The Friends

The Honest Monogamist: Dealing With The Friends

By Aubrie Smith, co-editor-in-chief. Entering a new relationship can be fun and exciting. Finding your dynamic, however, can take some time and cause some stress. There’s a balancing act between independence, hanging out with your new significant other, and keeping a close relationship with your friends. What’s even more stressful? Trying to fit in with their friends in “natural” way. Sure, […]

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Our view: Net neutrality repeal endangers all internet users

Our view: Net neutrality repeal endangers all internet users

For anyone who uses the Internet, you’re probably well aware what net neutrality is and what is happening with it. For those who don’t, net neutrality is the principle that internet providers must treat all data the same. This means that internet providers are unable to block, charge money or slow down the use of certain websites. Under this principle, […]

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Why 2017 is dead to me, but only a little

Why 2017 is dead to me, but only a little

By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief. It seems that each new year brings its own greatness as well as disaster, but let me tell you, 2017 was one for the books in terms of disappointment. Don’t get me wrong, there were highlights and bursts of excitement and adventure, but I would log that in my personal life. Donald Trump was inaugurated in 2017. […]

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Our View: Holiday inequality is religious inequality

Our View: Holiday inequality is religious inequality

As our plates fill with turkey and stuffing, employees all over the world make sure that shelves are stocked and displays are set. At what point do we let the workers rest and enjoy their families? Employees work around the clock, braving the Black Friday crowds, their stomachs untouched by their family’s turkeys. They look ahead to a time where […]

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Delta Discourse: Pineapple on pizza

Delta Discourse: Pineapple on pizza

Pineapple: A sweet and spiky abomination By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief A soft but crispy, buttery crust. Gooey cheese with a sweet and tangy sauce. Honestly, there is nothing better than a perfectly hot piece of pizza. It is one of the few foods that one can never tire of because there are so many different ways to customize it. There […]

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Delta takes unprecedented stance toward flat-earth curriculum

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 […]

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