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Review: “The Giver”

By Lindsey Schibelhut, Staff Reporter. What would it be like to live in a utopian society where equality and sameness is heralded above all else? Where war has been eradicated and being politically correct reigns? Where the elders (leaders) know your every move and word? These are some of the Orwellian themes explored in the movie “The Giver.”Based on the […]

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Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off on campus

By Gabrielle Martin, Staff Reporter. Hispanic Heritage Month will be celebrated on campus from Sept. 15 until Oct. 15. John Neal, coordinator of the event, says that throughout the month students will be able to both learn and celebrate “the contributions, the hard work, and the leadership of Hispanics here and in other countries.” All students are encouraged to attend […]

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Tri-cities moved by touring monument

By Jacob Swiecicki, Staff Reporter. Veterans, families, and friends gathered in Auburn this weekend to honor the ultimate sacrifice at the Vietnam veteran Moving Wall. The original Vietnam memorial that resides in Washington D.C. was created in 1982 and is 493.5 feet in length. “It’s an honor to be here for my fallen brothers,” said Sergeant Wendy Gilbert, a member […]

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B-Movie horrors: A review of two horrifyingly awesome films

By Lindsi Hebert, Staff Reporter. THE WICKER MAN Directed by Neil LaBute in 2006, Wicker Man tells the story of police officer Edward Malus (Nicolas Cage) who receives a letter from his ex-fianceé Willow (Kate Beahan), who mysteriously left him years before. In the letter, she tells Malus that her daughter is missing. Malus takes it upon himself to investigate, […]

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Introducing The Delta Collegiate Stream (DCS) Podcast

  Download on Soundcloud! Or… listen on Youtube! The DCS launches it’s premiere podcast for your listening enjoyment over the long weekend. August 25, 2014 segments: Meet the Editor-in-Chief New look for men’s basketball Reel Rewind: Eight great back to school films Iraq struggles to homogenize Presidential speakers series: Abraham Lincoln Poll perspective: Is there anybody out there?    

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Border Crisis: Humanitarian operation? Or purposeful overwhelming of the country?

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in the column on this page are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of  The Delta Collegiate. By Lindsey Schibelhut, Staff Reporter. During the summer of 2014, an unprecedented number of children and adults from Central and South America began pouring over our southern borders. Although […]

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The Delta Collegiate Stream

The Delta Collegiate Stream

This year, the Collegiate takes its voyage into the high speeds of the digital seas. The Delta Collegiate Stream is an online newscast and commentary show produced by the Collegiate staff which discusses topics locally, nationally, and internationally. New media journalism, which combines video, audio, photography and social media, along with the traditions of print journalism is dynamically transforming news.  […]

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Noodle shop adds diverse flavor to Bay City dining scene

Noodle shop adds diverse flavor to Bay City dining scene

By Miranda Owen, Staff Reporter. Growing up in the Philippines, Susan Fassbender always wanted to open her own restaurant. Now, she is finally able to do so in downtown Bay City. Asian Noodle, which plans to be open on September 8, features authentic dishes from Filipino and other Asian cuisines, using techniques that she learned while travelling throughout the Far […]

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New look for men’s basketball

New look for men’s basketball

By Austen Burks, Sports Editor. The Delta men’s basketball team leaves last season in the past, and will start off the new season with new Head Coach Kyle Blackbourn. Blackbourn, a native of Wisconsin earns the title of the Pioneers Head Coach after a memorable season as an assistant coach with the Heart of America Athletic Conference Champions, the Benedictine […]

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Remembering Robin Williams: a review of “Dead Poets Society”

Remembering Robin Williams: a review of “Dead Poets Society”

By Lindsi Hebert, Staff Reporter. Released in 1989 and directed by Peter Weir, Dead Poets Society introduces two boys attending a very strict private school. One, a painfully shy Todd Anderson (Ethan Hawke) who is expected to follow in his older brother’s valedictorian footsteps. The other, Todd’s roommate and friend Neil Perry (Robert Sean Leonard), who suffers because of his […]

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