News

More in this category →

Feature

More in this category →

Opinion

More in this category →
 

Other News

AFFIRM welcomes high school students to campus

December 2, 2016 2:16 pm0 comments

On Dec. 1, Delta College played host to 30 high school students from across Stockton affiliated with the AFFIRM program, in hopes of peaking the interest of the young students in college with a tour of the Electrical Microscopy labs within the Microscopy and Allied Sciences building adjacent to the […]

Read more ›

Delta students protest Donald Trump in hope to unify

9:28 am0 comments

On Nov. 8, Donald Trump shook the world when he was elected president. On Nov. 9, Americans of all ages shook the ground as they marched through the busy streets of cities, signs and posters in hand, united, banded together against their new president-elect. Anti-Trump rallies and protests have been […]

Read more ›

Baked to perfection: Culinary program brings sweet success to Delta

9:25 am0 comments

What started as a single table in the quad, has developed into a weekly six-hour event showcasing the talents of culinary arts students. The weekly bake sale, for example, started with little church-like sales from table in the quad. The profit margin was once $500, according to Pastry Head Chef […]

Read more ›

Drama marks end of semester with ‘A Christmas Carol’

November 29, 2016 1:37 pm0 comments
Drama marks end of semester with ‘A Christmas Carol’

Delta Drama is welcoming the festive season with the holiday classic “A Christmas Carol.”

Read more ›

Virtual reality revolution is now

November 21, 2016 1:43 pm0 comments

The virtual reality revolution is upon us. With PlayStation VR hitting the market and the announcement of Microsoft’s VR headsets for Windows 10, both at a consumer friendly price point, the buzz around the technology is bigger than ever. However, like anything there is also a level of negativity being […]

Read more ›

Love Trumps hate: Delta students walkout of class for protest

November 17, 2016 1:40 pm0 comments
Love Trumps hate: Delta students walkout of class for protest

Peaceful Donald Trump protestors are spreading their message on delta college until 1:30 p.m.. “The reason of our protest, the reason why we are doing this, is because we want to bring people together throughout all this division and throughout the separation,” said Nathaniel Vutthy. “We already have hate in […]

Read more ›

Anti-Trump protest comes to Delta’s campus

1:16 pm0 comments
Anti-Trump protest comes to Delta’s campus

Delta students walked from the koi pond all the way around campus to demonstrate against President-Elect Donald Trump on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016.

Read more ›

We must go beyond what we know

November 15, 2016 9:14 am0 comments

We must go beyond what we know, travel and explore the far flung reaches of the world and tell stories of the glories of our journey.  This was my belief as I hefted up the back pack that carried an atlas, a tent, a sleeping bag, a lighter, a camp […]

Read more ›

Mediators elevate the vote in Manteca

9:13 am0 comments

With Donald Trump urging voters to take the monitoring of elections into their own hands, some citizens are countering Trump’s watchdogs with a show of peaceful unity, participating in meditation flash mobs at polling places across the nation. The Elevate The Vote, campaign was created by Unify.org and spread through Facebook to encourage […]

Read more ›

Domestic violence problem in NFL

November 14, 2016 9:52 pm0 comments

The National Football League (NFL) is still not punishing its players properly for domestic violence charges. There have been multiple cases with players where the punishments they received were not enough. Many thought this problem would be resolved after commissioner of the NFL Roger Goodell installed a new domestic violence policy […]

Read more ›

Nintendo ready to dominate console market

November 11, 2016 3:23 pm0 comments
Nintendo ready to dominate console market

On Oct. 20, Nintendo released a first look at its new console known as the Nintendo Switch. In a video posted to Nintendo’s YouTube channel and Nintendo.com, the Switch appears to be a hybrid system capable of mobile and home gaming. The console primarily uses a handheld controller similar to […]

Read more ›

‘Pitch’ presents life as a female baseball player 

1:41 pm0 comments

A new series on Fox Network appropriately named “Pitch” is also bringing a historical significance to television and Major League Baseball. Based on true events “In the future to come” the fictional series chronicles the story of 23-year-old pitcher Ginny Baker (Kylie Branbury) and her five-year journey rising through the […]

Read more ›

Instructor ethnicity examined as key to student success

November 10, 2016 1:12 pm0 comments

Have you ever wondered if there’s a reason why children excel better in certain classes and have trouble in others? Or why the subject students are failing at are the subject they excelled in the year before? A recent study published in Educational Researcher “found that all students, regardless of […]

Read more ›

Dolphins’ Foster Retires

12:00 pm0 comments

Football star Arian Foster announced his retirement from the Miami Dolphins midway through his eighth season. Foster left the sport due to soft tissue injuries and retired after recovery. He released a letter on his decision to retire on an entertainment website Uninterrupted and wrote: “There comes a time in […]

Read more ›

Disney’s ‘Moana’ causes controversy

11:42 am0 comments

The release of the new animated Disney film “Moana” has sparked lots of controversy. It all started back in June when the movie trailer was first shown during a commercial break in the Tony Awards and a number of well-known Polynesians including politicians, media experts and artists expressed dissatisfaction with […]

Read more ›

EXAMINATION PREPARATION: Tips and tricks to getting by, getting out

10:36 am0 comments

AVOID PROCRASTINATION  Procrastination and cramming in late hours of studying has never gotten you anywhere that’s not stressful. Instead you should plan ahead. Make a to-do list, use a planner, set reminders on your phone or use the “two minute” rule, if you can get it done in two minutes […]

Read more ›

Saying farewell, thank you to President Barack Obama

10:26 am0 comments

The man who campaigned on hope and taught Americans “yes we can” and “yes we did”. A scandal free president. The election of 2016 has come to an end and so has Obama’s presidency. It has been 2 terms of Obama as president and the man deserves an enormous dose […]

Read more ›

Millennials: Generation not taken seriously

10:17 am0 comments

By the looks of it millennials seem to get the worst of it.  A generation frowned upon. A “lazy” generation.   We’re on our phones, laptops, tablets or video games too much according to much of the generations before us. But are we really? I don’t know if the world […]

Read more ›

Highlighting Delta: WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT – Graphic arts department brings imagination to life

10:16 am0 comments

The definition of graphic design, according to dictionary.com, states: “The art or profession of using design elements (as typography and images) to convey information or create an effect.” The act of being a graphic designer, however, can’t be explained with such a straightforward definition. Designers, students in this case, watch […]

Read more ›

Stockton veteran remembered for loving character

9:59 am0 comments

“He was our daddy before all of that,” she said with reminiscing smile. “He was 10-feet tall and bulletproof.” Her voice echoes from the kitchen throughout the rest of the living room, which is directly attached to it. An obvious patriotic color scheme, complimented by other red, white, blue home […]

Read more ›

eCollegian

Campus Media

News Tip Submissions