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Stockton mayor fails citizen: Silva reinforces negative perception of Stockton

September 28, 2016 1:03 pm0 comments

Stockton has undergone terrible years involving a financial crisis, unprecedented crime rates being ranked first by Forbes as the Most Miserable City in America and negative media coverage. But the city has been working hard to revamp itself as a better place in hope Stocktonians can express pride. But how can […]

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Trump supporter claims Clinton presidency would oversaturate market with immigrant business

September 23, 2016 10:16 pm0 comments

Presidential hopeful Donald Trump’s stance on immigration may have pushed Latino voters away, except for one Southern California man who aims to stand with Trump. Trump supporter and co-founder of the group Latinos for Trump, Marco Gutierrez, wants to make America great again and tacos aren’t part of the plan […]

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Delta starts directing class

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Greg Foro, far left, instructs "The Principles of Directing" course. PHOTO BY ANALESE NAJERA

This class is called “The Principles of Directing” and is taught by Drama Professor Greg Foro. Foro said students learn “the basics of staging … the basics of analyzing a script.”

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YOU. event to make an impact on city

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Vendors showcase their brands and art. PHOTO BY FRANCINA SANCHEZ

On Saturday, Sept.17 Stockton’s Empresso Coffeehouse hosted YOU., an event to showcase local artists, photographers, musicians and clothing vendors.

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NY fashion show showcases plus-sized models

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In the world of fashion, models have always been known to be a size zero or size two. Women in the fashion industry struggle with being comfortable in their bodies due to the stress and pressure to look perfect in a magazine or on the runway. But according to Christian […]

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Farmworkers to receive overtime pay

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Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1066 into law on Sept. 12, making California the fifth state in the country to provide farmworkers with overtime pay. The action is being called a “historic move” by Brown, with many expressing that farm workers are finally getting what they deserve after working […]

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NFL doesn’t support memorial cleats

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The First Amendment is what makes this country what it is; a place where people can voice opinions freely without being thrown into a prison camp or executed. But is there a time and place where sharing your opinion shouldn’t be allowed? Should a football player be allowed to sit […]

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Popular artisan market moves to Miracle Mile

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Popular artisan market moves to Miracle Mile

The Stockton Stock Market, a flea market that highlights local artisans, made their move from Weber St. up to the Miracle Mile on Sept. 17, 2016. The Stock Market started in 2015 and has already outgrew their space in downtown. Amy Sieffert and Anne Wilcox, the founders of the Stock […]

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Beyoncé live at Levi’s Stadium

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  Beyoncé made her last stop in California on her Formation world tour Sept. 17 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara. The concert began at 7:30 p.m. with an in house disc jockey. I’m used to going to concerts and them not starting exactly on time so I wasn’t too […]

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Mustang Voice: ‘Have there been times when you’ve felt unsafe on campus?’

September 22, 2016 12:03 pm0 comments
Mustang Voice: ‘Have there been times when you’ve felt unsafe on campus?’

“I haven’t had a fear of anything myself. Hearing that is scary, but you know it got taken care of.” Rebecca Fellows. “I Felt a little unsafe. I haven’t noticed anything personally, but I have heard lots of stories.” Luis Gudino. “Certain things do, but not entirely, because there are […]

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Jaden Smith is dead — again

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Rumors about the death of Jaden Smith have been circling around once again. Months ago, the death about Will Smith’s son spread around like a wildfire, claiming Jaden had a fatal snowboarding accident in Switzerland. This time, the 18-year-old supposedly committed suicide. But from what? Many said it was because […]

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Barnes and Nobles raises bat signal

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On Saturday, Sept. 17, Barnes and Nobles in Weberstown Mall held its third annual National Batman Day celebration. Batman Day is a storewide celebration, according to Rebecca Ray, the Community Business Development Manager of the Barnes and Nobles. The event coincided with a national celebration of the day. The first […]

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Kaepernick’s kneeling gets bipolar reactions

September 21, 2016 3:29 pm0 comments
Kaepernick’s kneeling gets bipolar reactions

It’s generally customary, not mandatory, to stand and place your right hand over your heart during the playing of the National Anthem. But on Aug. 25, at Levi Stadium in Santa Clara, the San Francisco 49ers hosted the Green Bay Packers in a week three pre-season exhibition match. 49ers backup […]

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Football looks forward to advancing

September 15, 2016 10:04 am0 comments

The Delta College football team looks forward to advancing this season. Last year the Mustangs ended the season with a five game winning streak, and a 7-4 record. It was Delta’s first winning streak since 2012. “Last year is what we expect and more, we got a lot of good […]

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Player now, then battle

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On Sept. 3, Delta College’s women’s water polo team held an alumni game where past Lady Mustangs took on against current players. “It’s more of a reunion, your current team versus your older players, and I love this, the players that I used to coach and see going against the […]

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KWDC returns to airwaves amid identity crisis in light of new station

September 9, 2016 11:40 am0 comments
KWDC returns to airwaves amid identity crisis in light of new station

As the Fall 2016 semester gets underway, the KWDC radio booth sits dark and empty. But not for long, and not without controversy. The student radio station has been off the air since the spring semester concluded in May. Delta College’s administration maintains it was a move that had to […]

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Raiders submit application for Vegas move

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n Aug. 20, the Oakland Raiders submitted a request to have the “Las Vegas Raiders” name trademarked. “I think they’re going to lose possibly their fans. They’ve been in the Bay for a while and everyone from California is not going to want to drive to Vegas. Actual fans will, […]

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New Frank Ocean album ‘Blonde’ topping charts

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“He’s such a great artist and it shows because being on his own label it allows him to express music without any boundaries … In which, with bigger labels there’s someone guiding your music,” said Alex Guerro a student at Modesto Junior College. Ocean’s album debuted at No. 1 on […]

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Pacific Bowl opens college night

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  With the fall semester in session, businesses such as Pacific Bowl have opened up their doors to students for a night of bowling and friends. Pacific Bowl holds college night during the week. Every Thursday after 9 p.m. until 12 a.m. the bowling alley welcomes students in the area […]

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Life-saving pen breaks the bank, skyrockets to $600

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Life-saving pen breaks the bank, skyrockets to $600

EpiPens are essential for those prone to deadly allergic reactions towards specific things such as peanuts or milk. The price for a pack containing two EpiPens used to run anywhere from $60-$100; but as the need for these pens increased throughout the years, so has the prices. “I think it’s […]

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