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Library dedicates nook to Delta authors

By Philip Winterstein, Staff Reporter. On Oct. 28, VP Dr. Reva Curry and the Delta College Library hosted a program to recognize the many staff and faculty who have written and published their own works of literature. This list of faculty, past and present, consists of just over thirty people who have dedicated their time and effort to create nearly […]

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Pioneers dominate in victory after claiming third place in conference

By Kyle Grew, Staff Reporter. Delta’s women soccer team (8-6-4) played Muskegon Community College (5-9) Saturday Oct. 29 in an exhibition game. Prior to the game Delta had clinched at least 3rd place in the Michigan Community College Conference early in the week. Coach Stenglein and the Pioneers fully aware of their situation went into the game ready to make […]

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Pioneers hungry for winning season

By Kyle Grew, Staff Reporter. Delta College Men’s Basketball Team has netted several victories in preseason scrimmages and went 3-0 at the Owens Community College Jamobroee in Ohio. Now, the team hopes to continue putting up “W”s as the season gets real. The men were set to travel to top-ranked Rock Valley College in Rockford, Ill., on Saturday and open […]

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VOTER GUIDE: Saginaw and Bay county representatives

By Gabrielle Martin, Staff Reporter. Michigan House of Representatives 94th district Vincent Mosca is the democratic candidate for the Michigan House of Representatives from the 94th district, according to Ballotpedia. The Michigan House of Representatives website breaks down the districts and shows that the 94th district includes Saginaw Township, Thomas Township, Tittabawassee Township. As stated by The Review website, Vincent […]

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Tri-Cities prepare for unlikely Ebola outbreak

By Gabrielle Martin and Dominic Arthur, Staff Reporters. The recent outbreak of the Ebola virus has caused Tri-City hospitals and Delta College to prepare for the unexpected. The nursing program at Delta College is striving to better prepare students to handle a disease such as Ebola. According to Lori Gagnon, Director of the Nursing program, starting in the Winter 2015 […]

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Board of Trustees write-in candidates debate

By Jacob Swiecicki, Staff Reporter. The American Association of University Professors, AAUP, hosted a debate at the Delta campus on Oct. 22 between write-in candidates campaigning for the Board of Trustees. The four write-in candidates running for election on Nov. 4 for the open Bay County trustee seat are Diane Middleton, Charles Juers, Charin Davenport, and John Wright. The debate […]

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‘Hot Fuzz’: You’ll thank me later

By Lindsi Hebert, Staff Reporter. Directed by Edgar Wright and released in 2007, “Hot Fuzz” introduces you to Police Constable [PC] Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg), a cop in London’s police department. A good cop, a little…too good. He’s so good, in fact, that the police chief transfers him out of the London unit because he’s started making the other officers […]

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Bay County’s Metro bus funding up for renewal

By Greg Horner, Staff Reporter. You’ve seen the buses parked on campus and you probably know a passenger or two, and tomorrow Bay County voters will take the wheel, and decide if they wish to renew a millage that funds the Bay Metro Transit System. Eric Sprague, the general manager of the Metro Transit Authority, worries about the consequences if […]

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Delta celebrates 50 years of nursing

By Lindsey Schibelhut, Staff Reporter. Have you ever been sick? When you’ve gone to the hospital you may have had a Delta College nursing graduate treat you. Delta’s nursing department held a special unveiling ceremony of the new renovations and patient simulation labs in the F-Wing to celebrate 50 years of the nursing program on Sunday, Oct. 26. At the […]

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It’s time to spark a new perspective on Marijuana

By Mary Jane, Guest Columnist. Marijuana is a beautiful thing, people around the nation are slowly but surely starting to see that as well. According to Marijuana Policy Project, “Fifty-seven percent of Americans live in states that have reformed their marijuana laws by allowing medical marijuana, imposing a fine — not possible jail time — on marijuana possession, or making […]

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