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Falling in love? It’s not your heart, it’s your brain

Falling in love? It’s not your heart, it’s your brain

By GABRIELLE MARTIN, Staff Reporter. Valentine’s Day is around the corner and the aisles of many stores are overflowing with hearts. However, research has shown that love comes more from the brain than from the heart, and love at first sight may be more than just a cliché. The process of falling in love can sometimes be unexplainable, but Delta […]

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Eye on Alumni: Tim Daly, keeping athleticism accountable

Eye on Alumni: Tim Daly, keeping athleticism accountable

  By GABRIELLE MARTIN, Staff Reporter. Tim Daly’s road to success began with his own life style change – from the kid who was teased about his weight to personal trainer and owner of Saginaw Valley Sports Performance. “I was always the short, fat kid,” says Daly, “All of grade school I was always the short, fat kid.” Once Daly […]

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Black History Month brings West African Drum and Dance group to campus

Black History Month brings West African Drum and Dance group to campus

  By MEGHAN FELCH, Staff Photographer. The Kuungana group doesn’t just tell people about West African culture, they show it. The Delta commons were filled with pounding rhythms from authentic African drums as their dancers, dressed in traditional colorful attire, demonstrated movements passed down through generations. Flint-based drum and dance group, Kuungana, performed at Delta Thursday, Feb. 5. The group […]

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Top 5 games to look out for this year

Top 5 games to look out for this year

By COREY MICHO, Guest Columnist. Just a forewarning, I’m not including remakes because these games have been seen before. I’m highlighting the releases that are highly anticipated and original.     Some honorable mentions include “Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires,” “The Order: 1886,” “Resident Evil: Revelations 2,” “Mortal Kombat X,” “Batman: Arkham Knight,” and “Fable Legends.”

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Our View: Meninists don’t care about men, and why the internet trend isn’t doing anything helpful

Our View: Meninists don’t care about men, and why the internet trend isn’t doing anything helpful

Feminism has been controversial ever since the movement started, and even though it is 2015, anti-feminist views are still rampant. This can be easily seen through a new internet trend: meninism. “Men’s Rights” groups have been popular online for years, and the one thing they all have in common is that they spend more time bashing women (primarily feminists) than […]

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Student find the fundamentals of fencing

Student find the fundamentals of fencing

By PHILIP WINTERSTEIN, Staff Reporter. Delta College offers various courses that many students may not catch at first glance when searching for classes for their next semester.  Nonetheless, over the years, one of these classes has been growing more popular as the amount of students on the waitlist has reached double digits on a regular basis. Joseph Rivet, the adjunct […]

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“Shallow Hal”: He wanted a girlfriend, he got hypnotized instead

By LINDSI HEBERT, Staff Reporter. Directed by Bobby Farrelly and Peter Farrelly and released in 2001, “Shallow Hal” (Jack Black) wants a gal. But not just any gal. She has to be young, hot and interested in him. Considering that Hal is a misogynistic moron in khaki pants and bad button up Hawaiian shirts, the last quality is incredibly hard […]

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Buena Vista supervisor invests in his community

Buena Vista supervisor invests in his community

  By MARISA LORANGER, Staff Reporter. With five decades of involvement in Buena Vista Charter Township (BVCT), 54-year-old Dwayne Parker has seen his city go through some rough times. Now, as the Buena Vista supervisor, he is on a mission to bring his city back. “I’m Buena Vista bred through and through,” Parker explained. Parker has plenty of projects he […]

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Tri-City Hotspot: Bay City Yoga, group grows with community, blossoms as a business

Tri-City Hotspot: Bay City Yoga, group grows with community, blossoms as a business

Created with flickr slideshow.   By ANN ESCAMILLA, Staff Reporter. The front entrance of Bay City Yoga, 921 Washington Ave, Bay City, was starting to warm up as Peter Hardy — owner and yoga teacher from Munger — joked about it being a literal “hot spot.” Recently opening on Dec. 22, 2014, Bay City Yoga has been getting work done […]

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