California concluded its fourth full year of drought on Sept. 30 and the effects of a long-term water deficit continue to increase. The recent Butte and Valley fires account for the loss of 3,000 structures and six human lives, bringing the costs of the drought to measurable and devastating light. […]
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California concluded its fourth full year of drought on Sept. 30 and the effects of a long-term water deficit continue to increase. The recent Butte and Valley fires account for the loss of 3,000 structures and six human lives, bringing the costs of the drought to measurable and devastating light. […]Read more ›
After starting the season with some up and downs, the Lady Mustangs Water Polo team found its rhythm in the water by winning seven in a row, including four at the San Diego Mesa Tournament. “We didn’t have a lot of preparation because we had some conference games three weeks […]Read more ›
Art lovers and fantasy fans alike will be enchanted by the Imagine the Fantastic exhibition at the L.H. Horton Jr. Gallery. The 2D and 3D art explores the fanciful realms of the human imagination in both abstract and realistic representations. The paintings of Best of Show 2D artist Fred Jordan […]Read more ›
Tucked away in a quiet corner, near the police department, sits the unassuming building that acts as the nerve center connecting Delta College to the world. Every time a student or staff member sits down at a computer on campus, there is one group of people to thank for the […]Read more ›
No student, teacher, or staff member expects to be in danger when stepping onto cam- pus. For most, there aren’t any problems. We show up, go to class, do our work and return home safely. This wasn’t the case for the nine victims of the Umpqua Community College shooting on […]Read more ›
With every generation, we see a new language of slang or jargon. Two of the trending sayings sweeping conversations and social media now are “It’s lit” and “That’s so fire.” “It’s lit” can be compared to sayings such as “This event is very exciting!” or “Wow! This is overwhelmingly crazy […]Read more ›
Danner Hall’s cafeteria can get a little messy, especially with custodian shortages in recent months. Members of the Associated Students of Delta College have stepped up to the plate to help clean. “Well I’m one of the students here at the student activity office that said I’m willing. For them […]Read more ›
Fall brings a change in the leaves, colder weather, and most importantly new seasons of our favorite television shows. There’s too many to name and this long list of hits that doesn’t even include all of the real- ity shows premiering new seasons. Fall TV is back and it is […]Read more ›
Professional hockey has been prominent in Stockton, California since 2005 when the Stockton Thunder of the East Coast Hockey League came to the 209. Ten years later and a new era will begin at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 10 in the form of the Stockton Heat of the American Hockey […]Read more ›
Some people look at their life and are happy with the way things are. They’ve got a great future ahead of them and great friends and family that give off a ton of positive energy. Then there are some people who look at their lives and aren’t happy with the […]Read more ›
On Aug. 23, the city of Stockton filed lawsuits against two of the remaining marijuana dispensaries – Elevate Wellness and Collective 1950. The lawsuit against Elevate Wellness, located at North Union Street in Stockton, accuses the shop of being a public disturbance and a danger to the area. Elevate Wellness […]Read more ›
Pope Francis, the superior of the Catholic Church, wrapped up his very first visit to the United States and is still as popular now as he was when he was elected back in 2013. During his five-day stay, Francis visited Washington, D.C., New York and Philadelphia. This pope has appealed […]Read more ›
“My staff is probably the hardest working group out here,” said Salvador Rodriguez, Custodial/Grounds Manager. Rodriguez supervises the 21 custodial and nine grounds people who keep the Delta facilities functional, clean, and attractive for the thousands of students, teachers, and other staff who walk onto the campus every day. They […]Read more ›
The Delta College women’s soccer team held on for a 1-0 victory over Folsom Lake College Falcons improving to 7-0 on Sept. 19 at Gardemeyer Field. “We expected a very physical game,” said sophomore forward/defender Rachel Sianez. “We expected this to be our toughest game of preseason …” With the […]Read more ›
A month has gone by since the Dow Jones industrial average dropped 1,000 points and ended the day with nearly a 600 point loss. The stock market is slowly regaining strength and stability, but is far from a full recovery. The Dow Jones dip last month was the largest loss […]Read more ›
People fight on both sides over abortion, legalization of drugs and mandatory vaccinations as if they’re unrelated, but I believe the bottom line of these issues is the same. Where do we draw the line between the rights of the individual to control his or her own body and the […]Read more ›
There’s a hidden gem in the back of Danner. It’s one where clanking silverware, calls of “order up” and smells of freshly cooked Eggs Benedict are ever present. The Student Chef restaurant serves as a hands-on learning environment staffed by students in Delta’s Culinary Arts program. Students are involved in […]Read more ›
“Stockton is a dump.” “There is no hope with that city.” “Glad I moved out of that place.” Delta College students read comments like this daily on social media, knowing the reality that what they’re reading may be true. In 2012, the city set a record high for murders with […]Read more ›
Entering a baseball stadium, fans usually have two thoughts in mind: Get on television or catch a foul ball. The excitement of getting a free souvenir ball drives fans to a mini riot wherever it lands. However, danger is also a possibility as soon as the ball leaves the bat. […]Read more ›
Delta’s campus has experienced major elevator repairs since the summer semester that have caused frustration for students and staff. Two of the many students affected by these repairs, Joy Ross and Anthony Owens, give opinions on Delta’s elevator maintenance issue. “Four out of five of my classes had to be […]Read more ›