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Fall dressing on a nonexistent college budget —  Penny Pincher

Fall dressing on a nonexistent college budget — Penny Pincher

By Aubrie Smith, co-editor-in-chief. As much as I love shopping, I hate spending money because I just don’t have any. Every year, walking the Delta halls, I awe at cute clothes I see people strutting around in, but can’t get myself to go out and buy. If you’re like me, and have a $0 budget for clothes, here are some tips […]

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‘Mother!’ knows best

‘Mother!’ knows best

By Kellen MacGregor, copy editor. From “Requiem for a Dream” to “Black Swan,” Darren Aronofsky’s filmography has ranged from a harrowing look into drug addicts’ lives to a ballerina struggling to distinguish reality from imagination. Aronofsky’s latest film “Mother!” is as distinct as his first work “Pi” in terms of its experimental and openness for interpretation, which has rekindled my fondness […]

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Humanities Learning Center features first brown-bag lunch

Humanities Learning Center features first brown-bag lunch

By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief. UNIVERSITY CENTER – Have you ever thought about being a neuroscientist for a day? Professor of psychology Nancy Hartshorne spoke Sept. 4 on her experience working at a brain lab during her sabbatical at Central Michigan University. Because Hartshorne’s background is in education and counseling, she was never exposed to basic research involving rats and other animals. […]

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Delta Professors bring addiction awareness to campus

Delta Professors bring addiction awareness to campus

By Aubrie Smith, co-editor-in-chief. Professors Lori Ziolkowski and Betheen Glady-Teschendorf have come together to bring addiction awareness to Delta’s campus. Through posters, events and personal testimonies, the duo have one goal: to lessen the stigma around addiction by opening up the possibility for more individuals to seek treatment. “We decided that this tragedy had to have a voice and that we […]

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Keith Edwards enlightens students on rape culture

Keith Edwards enlightens students on rape culture

By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief. UNIVERSITY CENTER – Keith Edwards, expert on sexual violence prevention, men’s identity and social justice education, visited Delta College Sept. 26 as the first speaker of the 19th annual President’s Speaker Series. Edwards also spoke to an audience about the need to end rape culture and how men need to be involved in this process as much […]

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Collegiate Top Five: Favorite movies of Hell’s Half Mile

Collegiate Top Five: Favorite movies of Hell’s Half Mile

The Delta Collegiate team saw as many movies as possible over the Hell’s Half Mile weekend and is bringing you a report of the best of the best that was screened at the festival. The Strange Ones By Jessica Sierocki This dramatic mystery was intriguing until the final moments. From the beginning, I struggled to figure out what exactly was […]

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Local opioid documentary premieres at HHM

Local opioid documentary premieres at HHM

By Aubrie Smith, co-editor-in-chief. Audience members flooded inside Bay City’s Masonic Temple to view the world premiere of locally filmed “Stigmatic: Our Opioid Crisis,” shown at the 2017 Hell’s Half Mile Film Festival. What started out as a series of shorts about drug use during pregnancy later developed into a feature when the size of the issue became apparent to the […]

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Michigan Shorts features Delta staff and student projects

Michigan Shorts features Delta staff and student projects

By Jessica Sierocki, co-editor-in-chief. BAY CITY – The Michigan Shorts is a highlight feature of Hell’s Half Mile. Short films produced in Michigan or by Michigan natives had people pouring through the door of the Scottish Rite Cathedral on Sept. 30. Delta College English professor Jeff Vande Zande saw his work on the big screen at the 12th annual Hell’s Half […]

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Weekend Top Ten for Oct. 6th to Oct. 9th

Weekend Top Ten for Oct. 6th to Oct. 9th

Looking for some fun this weekend? There’s plenty to do in the Tri-Cities, even on a student budget.   Show and Sell Ann Arbor’s weekly art market is a place for local artists to present and sell their artwork to the public. Come and enjoy the many pieces and the wonderful restaurants and shops surrounding the area. Cost: Free Date: […]

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On the unbearable lightness of literary magazines – This Is Art

On the unbearable lightness of literary magazines – This Is Art

By Jack Rechsteiner, managing editor. For anyone unfamiliar with the artistry of a literary magazine, it’s a periodical publication devoted to the fields of literature and also art. These artistic journals tend to exist outside of larger, commercial magazines and because of that are able to publish the works of yet-to-be-discovered writers and artists. The Pioneer Post is a literary magazine […]

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