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Renovations on the way for Delta College main campus

Renovations on the way for Delta College main campus

By Joe Thornton, reporter. As Delta College continues to keep its campus updated with modern technology, a new series of renovations are on the way. These renovations are in accordance to the Delta College master construction plan that was completed in 2003 but most recently updated in 2017. The master plan serves as an outline for future enhancements to the campus. […]

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Delta student wins two local writing awards

Delta student wins two local writing awards

UNIVERSITY CENTER – Delta student and writer extraordinaire Jack Rechsteiner won first place in two categories in the local The Liberal Arts Network Development Writing Contest. The LAND Contest gives Michigan writers the opportunity to compete against their peers in categories such as essay, fiction and poetry.

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Journalism degree to be offered at Delta

Journalism degree to be offered at Delta

If your goal is to change the world, journalism can be one of the most immediate ways to do it.

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Eye on Alumni: Jay Fosgitt draws his way to the top

Eye on Alumni: Jay Fosgitt draws his way to the top

Drawing since he was two years old, professional cartoonist and Delta College alumnus Jay Fosgitt has followed his dreams by becoming a well-known illustrator in the graphic novel community. With a track record of working for Marvel Comics and the Jim Henson Company, fanatics can find Fosgitt’s work nationwide as well as close to home.

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Delta College Choirs perform at Winter Holiday Concert

Delta College Choirs perform at Winter Holiday Concert

UNIVERSITY CENTER – At the end of another busy fall semester, the Choirs of Delta College performed a set of Christmas songs and carols at the annual Winter Holiday Concert Dec. 16, 2017 in the Delta College lecture theater.

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Ireland study abroad trip filling up fast

Delta College is currently offering a study abroad trip to County Donegal, Ireland and spots are filling up quickly. Sustainability and Risk Management Coordinator Linda Petee says only seven seats are currently available and urges students to sign up soon.

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Collegiate Reviews It: Fusion 1 Cafe

Collegiate Reviews It: Fusion 1 Cafe

Upon entering the Fusion 1 Cafe, members of the Delta Collegiate complained of hunger. We were excited for the journey ahead: all you can eat sushi.

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Midland City Forest offers full winter experience

Midland City Forest offers full winter experience

By Joseph Thornton, reporter. MIDLAND – Winter is a season that invokes various emotions in Michigan. Some people love it, some people hate it, but it’s impossible to avoid it. Luckily, the Midland City Forest offers activities for both those who love winter and those who are simply trying to make the best of a snowy situation. The Midland City Forest […]

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Golden Corral has room for improvement in its opening day

Golden Corral has room for improvement in its opening day

By Joe Thornton, reporter. The Golden Corral that has been long awaited in Saginaw is finally open. After approval of the plans to open the restaurant on Apr. 5, 2017 the restaurant opened its doors on Jan. 3, 2018. As an avid buffet attendee and general food lover, I decided to visit the buffet on its inaugural day with high […]

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Delta professor Wrights his way into graphic novel industry

Delta professor Wrights his way into graphic novel industry

Every teacher at Delta College has their own special something outside of the classroom that makes them unique. For English professor Greg Wright, comic books is more than just a hobby; it’s a part time job.

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