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Tomi Lahren is burned by TheBlaze amid abortion comments

Tomi Lahren is burned by TheBlaze amid abortion comments

By Adam Przeslak, staff reporter. Conservative news organization TheBlaze promptly fired rising social media star and political commentator Tomi Lahren in March after comments she made regarding her pro-choice view on abortion. Lahren had made a name for herself on the One America News Network, also fairly conservative, before hosting her own show on Glenn Beck’s news company TheBlaze in November […]

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Tinder: good for your health, bad for your soul

Tinder: good for your health, bad for your soul

By Aubrie Smith, copy editor. How many people are you currently talking to? This question isn’t for the committed, it’s for the emotionally unattached. This generation has been conditioned into boredom. Not to sound like a Luddite, but all of the technology that we’ve created has produced boredom with normal interactions and made us impatient with real world time. “iCarly” […]

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Bowls made by ceramics sit on display to be sold to benefit the Delta College Student Pantry during the Empty Bowls event March 30, 2017. (Delta Collegiate/Josie Norris)

Students create art to fight against hunger

By Phoebe Fries, page editor.  Empty Bowls took place on Delta’s main campus on Thursday, March 30. Students made ceramic bowls and sold them for $10 each. All of the proceeds from the event went directly to Delta’s food pantry. Delta College Professor Ben Clore was the faculty member in charge of the event. According to Clore, the idea is […]

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Professor-produced film about the Holocaust featured on campus

Professor-produced film about the Holocaust featured on campus

By Jessica Sierocki, photo editor. Where there were freezing temperatures, disease and hunger, there was Irene Miller, Holocaust survivor. Kimberly Wells, assistant professor of electronic media, produced the film “Irene: Child of the Holocaust,” alongside director Ken LaPlace from PVN-TV. “My business partner and I teamed up and wanted to tell her story because we read her book and knew […]

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Slumping Lady Pioneers look to get back on track

Slumping Lady Pioneers look to get back on track

By Ethan Moore, page editor. At the time of publication, the Lady Pioneers’ softball team is currently 11-11 after getting off to a hot start during spring training. However, since they returned from Florida, the team has failed to put together consistent performances and have since gone 3-7 and in conference play. Delta is currently mired in a five-game losing […]

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SVSU student creates digital map of Bay City state park

SVSU student creates digital map of Bay City state park

By Allie Keenan, staff reporter. BAY CITY – A Saginaw Valley State University student wants to show the evolution of the Bay City State Recreation Area in an interactive and creative way. Mark Alfini, a geography major and biology minor at SVSU, took an internship at the Bay County Environmental Affairs and Community Development at the beginning of the semester. […]

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Should coaches make more than your governor?

Should coaches make more than your governor?

By Ethan Moore, page editor. It is no secret that coaches in professional and collegiate sports make more than they probably should. Sure, it is great to reward them for working their way up the ladder and reaching the elitist portion of the profession; however, should they be making seven figures? According to a recent study conducted by ESPN, of […]

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Collegiate staffers win 22 awards

Collegiate staffers win 22 awards

From Staff Reports. The Delta Collegiate took home 22 awards at the annual Michigan Community College Press Association luncheon and conference at Central Michigan University on April 8. The MCCPA is an association of community college newspapers throughout Michigan, and entries for this year’s contest came from nine papers throughout the Lower Peninsula. “Excellent journalism matters today more than ever, […]

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One stop information for graduation

One stop information for graduation

By Jessica Sierocki, photo editor. The end of the semester is in sight, and so is the end of an era at Delta College for graduating students. This year’s commencement ceremony is taking place April 28 at 6 p.m. in the gymnasium. Following the ceremony, there will be light refreshments in the commons near Red Brix for graduates and faculty, as well […]

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Uber and Lyft pull into town

Uber and Lyft pull into town

by Josie Norris, editor-in-chief. The popular ride-hailing apps Uber and Lyft pulled into the Tri-Cities earlier this month and their arrival has many excited. Both Uber and Lyft operate via mobile applications that, once downloaded, allow users to request rides from nearby drivers. The apps require payment methods ahead of requesting a ride, then riders pay the driver for the […]

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