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Ferguson Riots: Senseless and sensationalized

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. On Aug. 9,2014, at approximately noon in Ferguson, Miss., Michael Brown was fatally shot by police officer Darren Wilson. While the details remain foggy […]

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Alternative Spring Break: Students raise credits in Costa Rica

Alternative Spring Break: Students raise credits in Costa Rica

By Ann Escamilla, Staff Reporter. Tropical weather, exotic animals, beautiful sites, and the experience of a lifetime may be right around the corner, for students at Delta College. During this upcoming Spring Break a handful of students will be traveling to Playa Samara, Costa Rica to help make a difference by volunteering and you can be one of them! For […]

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Alleycat 2014: Bringing bikes together in Bay City

By Ann Escamilla, Staff Reporter. Can you remember the first time you rode a bike? All the tumbles and spills; the cuts and bruises? Try to ignore the hardships and think back to the moment of actually peddling by yourself, without a parents firm hand on the seat or the moment of self-satisfaction and freedom that comes with finally riding […]

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Our View: Michael Brown’s killing prompts overdue dialogue

Delta Collegiate Editorial. The recent events in Ferguson, Miss. have sparked discussion about police brutality, the militarization of police, and racism. All three topics deserve discussion, but racism seems to be the topic that Americans have the toughest time talking about. Racism is here; it is not going to go away; it cannot be swept under the rug. It may […]

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Depression: Or how I learned to start worrying and hate myself

Depression: Or how I learned to start worrying and hate myself

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 Gregory Horner, Staff Reporter. Remember the last time you got sick? Scratchy throat, nausea, the works; when you looked as bad as you felt and every friend became […]

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Wrestlers show their soft side

By Dominic Arthur, Staff Reporter. Most of the world has heard of the fast-paced, action-packed, and choreographed world of professional wrestling by now. Recently, however, the world of professional wrestling has pulled back the veil of whacky characters and outrageous storylines to show it’s audience a softer, more serious side through it’s work with the Make-A-Wish Foundation. The Make-A-Wish Foundation […]

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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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