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iPhones theater mode, good idea?

February 15, 2017 11:03 pm0 comments

Earlier this year it was rumored that “Theater mode” may be the newest feature coming soon to Apple products on the iOS 10.3 update. According to 9to5mac.com the features of the supposed new update would include disabling notifications for calls and messages, muting sounds and dimming the brightness of the […]

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WorkNet to employ youths despite funds

February 14, 2017 12:30 pm0 comments

Established in 1983, The Employment & Economic Development has played a key role in providing the economically disadvantaged and at-risk youth with a job San Joaquin Valley. Programs for job seeking individuals are provided under the Workforce Innovation & Opportunities Act. “There’s three grants,” said John Solis, Executive Director of […]

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A ambivalent defense of Trump’s ‘ban’

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Donald Trump has only been in office for a few weeks and yet he’s already had several protests against him, from the Women’s March to Shia LaBeouf’s “He Will Not Divide Us” four-year livestream, which has been ironically divided. From just barely winning over Hillary Clinton to going through with […]

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Trump’s first days full of controversy

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Jan 20- marked the inauguration of Donald Trump as President of the United States. Protests met the new leader of the free world that day and the next day in the form of the Women’s March. Despite having just begun, Trump’s presidency is lighting flames of controversy. Trump has signed […]

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Road work snarls Lodi commute

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Sixteen million dollars and several detours later, Lodi and Stockton residents are still undergoing the construction on Harney Lane. The initial goal of this construction project was to build an overpass on Harney Lane, that would be over the train tracks that currently run through it. This plan was aimed […]

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Baseball home opener pays tribute to fellow Mustang

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Baseball home opener pays tribute to fellow Mustang

  On Jan. 27, the Mustang baseball team initiated its first home game of the season with a tribute to former pitcher Calvin Riley. In August 2016, Riley was shot at Aquatic Park at San Francisco while playing the popular mobile game Pokemon GO. Sean Riley, Calvin Riley’s father, opened […]

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Nintendo switches off its fans

February 12, 2017 5:12 pm0 comments
Nintendo switches off its fans

Hype: The public’s intense need to throw hundreds of dollars at something they see once and the company who owns the product reacts with “oh, yeah, look at these awesome five things about our product, you don’t want to be the unlucky few who don’t have it, right?” Oh, society, […]

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Rain or shine, Delta Mustangs show how to handle not-so-perfect weather

February 10, 2017 2:50 pm0 comments

Some things, such as weather, can be unpredictable.  Especially if you live in California, where the drought has been a constant over the past few years. So what do our campus sports teams do when the weather becomes too much to manage?    “Rain weather sucks, regardless, and when you’re […]

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Why walk when you can dance?

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Did you know dance is the only thing that spontaneously activates the neurons in your brain? Or that dancers are known to be disciplined, focused and high achievers who tend to be successful students and hard workers? “Dance is a window of yourself in a sense that you are able […]

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Adidas sneakers outperforming Nike

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Nike just made it clear that the sneaker market is no longer athlete focused with an announcement that they won’t produce an All-Star theme basketball shoe for 2017. The reason? No demand. This shift represents a move away from the signature athlete sneaker, as sneakerheads are going for a different […]

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Why a new semester sucks

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The spring semester has begun and so has all the annoying details of a brand new semester. First of all parking during the first few weeks is terrible. Sure Delta holds off on enforcing parking permits on the first week, which I greatly appreciate.Be that as it may, I still […]

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College Hour gets students ‘back in the groove’

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College Hour gets students ‘back in the groove’

The campus isn’t the only thing getting a make-over. The Associated Students of Delta College (ASDC) is looking to revamp campus life with a series of College Hour events on campus this semester. “Every month on the third Thursday of the month we have a college hour which is-with the […]

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Trump’s decisions raising red flags

February 9, 2017 1:25 pm0 comments

Narcissist Personality Disorder (NPD) is a mental disorder in which a person has a deep need for admiration, a sense of entitlement, lack of empathy for others and an inflated sense of self-importance according to Mayo Clinic. Narcissism is also considered a social or cultural problem according to Sciencedirect.com One […]

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Men are becoming the new face of make up

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Men are becoming the new face of make up

Beginning in 2015 to now there has been an explosive movement on social media of makeup artists, makeup lovers and supporters. The majority of women and men who use social media outlets as a self-promoting platform in the makeup industry are using it for a potentially growing business. Yes, men, […]

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Men’s basketball has successful season

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Since the season began in November, the Mustangs have had a successful current overall of 14-9 and 7-3 in conference games. “We are one of the toughest leagues in the state and it’s a very competitive league,” said Head Coach Rich Ressa. With the team being ranked No. 15 at […]

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Gospel Extravaganza coming to Delta

February 2, 2017 11:54 am0 comments

The Stockton Delta Dance Club, Sistahs 4 Heart Health & Yameci Dance Co. will be hosting a Gospel Extravaganza on Saturday, Feb. 11 in the Warren Atherton Auditorium at San Joaquin Delta College. The show will be hosted by Shawn Williams and feature the talent of Alexis Spight, Dathan Thigpen, […]

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Delta professors remembered at Horton Gallery

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A memorial exhibition remembering two former Delta College art professors, Bruce Duke and Stephen Gyermeck, is running through Feb. 10. Duke and Gyermeck died in October 2016. A reception was held on Jan. 28. Duke’s sculptures were influenced by the abstract expressionist movement of the 1960s. Duke’s artwork was also […]

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Onsite Electronics recycling event on Feb. 11, 25

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Every second Saturday of the month, San Joaquin Delta College’s Shima 2 parking lot, Onsite Electronics Recycling will accept the following items for electronic recycling: televisions (all sizes and types), computer monitors, laptops, DVD players, computer towers, printers, VCR’s, stereos/radios, telephones, cell phones, video games, microwaves, and other electronics. Onsite […]

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Delta to host Community Band Concert

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San Joaquin Delta College will be hosting the Community Band Concert on Tuesday, March 7, in the Atherton Auditorium. Prices include $8 for adults, $5 for students and seniors 62 and over, and free for children 12 and under. There is a $1.00 Facility Fee on Delta College campus purchases and […]

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‘Eurydice’ performance paired with fundraiser in March

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‘Eurydice’ performance paired with fundraiser in March

A Women’s History Month Gala Fundraising will be hosting an event featuring the Delta Drama production of Eurydice in San Joaquin Delta college starting on March 8.

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