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Black Student Union forming at Delta

By Josie Norris, editor-in-chief. UNIVERSITY CENTER, MI – Delta’s Black Student Union is reforming with the goal of being more than just another club. According to Student Diversity and Leadership Coordinator Carlos McMath, the club’s first objective is to improve student relationships on campus and be connected to the community outside Delta. McMath says that he wants the organization to be […]

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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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Annual exhibit displays student style

Annual exhibit displays student style

Photo gallery by Josephine Norris, Photo Editor.

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Saginaw VA Chief addresses Veteran PTSD at Expo

Saginaw VA Chief addresses Veteran PTSD at Expo

By Lindsey Schibelhut, Senior Reporter. According to recent data published by the VA approximately 22 veterans commit suicide each day. Unfortunately, for many veterans returning home from war, it does not mean the battle ends. Silently they struggle daily with mental health issues, such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD. On Wednesday, March 16, Chief of mental health at […]

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Campus event looks to incite change for second straight year

Campus event looks to incite change for second straight year

By Abigail Beckman, Staff Reporter. For its second year, Change Your World Week is an event that is part of a bigger democracy commitment. Rather than passively accepting the world that has been handed to you, organizer Lisa Lawrason encourages students to become co-creators in the kind of society in which they want to live. Change Your World Week is […]

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The never-ending story: Kim Higgs v. The Delta College Board of Trustees

The never-ending story: Kim Higgs v. The Delta College Board of Trustees

By Greg Horner, Senior Editor. A steadfast defender of free speech or a vengeful lawyer costing Delta College thousands? Bay City Attorney Kim Higgs, a former Delta trustee himself, has repeatedly filed lawsuits against Delta’s Board of Trustees. In the past, some board members have called his suits frivolous, but Higgs believes the Board has violated provisions of the Open […]

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Job fair brings employers to campus

Job fair brings employers to campus

By Andrew Mason, Staff Reporter. If you’re seeking new employment opportunities, then you won’t want to miss this. On Wednesday, March 16, Delta College will host the Great Lakes Bay Job Fair. The event will bring many different employers ranging from Chemical Bank to Dobson Healthcare Services Inc., and will even include on-campus jobs at Delta. The event is free […]

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Road to nowhere: Saginaw bus route change hurts student success

Road to nowhere: Saginaw bus route change hurts student success

By Greg Horner, Senior Editor.  Imagine paying almost twice as much for transportation and receiving a poorer service for it. That’s what Delta students are currently dealing with after the Saginaw Transit Authority Regional Services (STARS) made changes to its routes in October and November of last year. “Some students have had to drop out because they can’t make it […]

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Student aid: Eliminate application headaches during FAFSA help day

Student aid: Eliminate application headaches during FAFSA help day

By Lindsey Schibelhut, Senior Reporter. For most students, the decision about which college they’re going to attend is the easy. When it comes to paying for that college, however, filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) should be just as effortless. On Friday, Feb. 12, Delta is hosting FAFSA Help Day in the library from 5 to […]

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Board of Trustees served during regular meeting

Board of Trustees served during regular meeting

By Greg Horner, Senior Editor. Sleet, succession and lawsuits hung in the air around Delta College on Feb. 2 as the Board of Trustees converged for their monthly meeting on the main campus. Beginning the regular meeting with public comment, Kim Higgs, an attorney from Bay City and a former trustee, served the Board with a civil case for violation […]

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