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Track team competes at CSU meets: Delta Mustangs do well, ready for De Anza Invitational

March 22, 2017 1:30 pm0 comments

This is it, this is what you have been training for years for. You get up to the starting line, get in your block, then get in position. The countdown goes off, three, two, one, BANG! This is what it is like for an athlete to start a race. Delta […]

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Mustangs remain optimistic

March 17, 2017 9:52 am0 comments
Mustangs remain optimistic

The Mustangs took their second loss of the season with a score of 10-7 on Saturday, March 4, when up against opponent Diablo Valley.

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Potholes on campus ruining one car at a time

March 16, 2017 8:58 am0 comments
Potholes on campus ruining one car at a time

Following a sequence of persistent rains, Delta College is seeing potholes across its various parking lots. Ranging from the size of a fist, to larger than a tire, and as deep as your vastest textbook, the potholes get larger and deeper as the rain continues to fall. The potholes are […]

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Textbooks prove worth for 
Delta students

March 15, 2017 1:01 pm0 comments

Every year at the beginning of the semester, students begin purchasing or renting books for the classes they’re taking and then selling or returning them at the end of the semester. Seeing the possibility that many students may not be able to use all the books they purchased or rented, […]

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Youngsters take over campus

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I once worked at a church day camp. is was a bad idea for two reasons I’m an atheist, and I really hate children. Children are selfish, loud, entitled and they cry at the drop of a hat. Whenever they’re brought on tours of the campus problems follow in their wake. […]

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Women’s basketball finishes season

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The women’s basketball team took on College of the Siskiyous in the second round of the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) in the NorCal Playoffs on March 4. The team lost, 70-76. Focused on defense, Coach Gina Johnson and her  team finished the season with 25 wins. Some players […]

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Child Development Center delivers quality education

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Child Development Center delivers quality education

The San Joaquin Delta College Child Development Center provides an all-day preschool program for children between the ages of 18 months to five years. “Our priority for our enrollment is for Delta students,” said Child Development Center Director Nancy Cook. “We are looking for families that are demonstrating the need […]

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Protests escalate after Stockton City Council meeting

March 14, 2017 3:04 pm0 comments
Denise Friday, left, and Deon Smith Downs, right, hold up a sign for Colby Friday at the April 7 Stockton City Council meeting. PHOTO BY MIKAEL HONZELL

Tensions have been high in the Stockton City Council chamber since Feb. 21, when a group of protestors identified with Stockton chapter of Black Lives Matter were removed from leave City Hall for causing a scene by police in riot gear.

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Pieology serves up slices in Lincoln Center

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Pieology serves up slices in Lincoln Center

Grabbing an affordable, delicious and time efficient meal is now easier. Busy college students can now venture to Lincoln Center to get pizza or salads and still be back in time for classes before the Danner café’s line has gone down. “I usually don’t get food between classes because I […]

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Empowering women on campus

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Empowering women on campus

Delta College events aim to raise awareness of Women’s History Month San Joaquin Delta College will be hosting a variety of events for Women’s History Month this March. One of the events is the play reading of Stirrups, which occurs on March 14 at 12:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Stirrups […]

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Delta history connected to Pacific

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San Joaquin Delta College’s original name Stockton Junior College that was from in 1935. Let’s go back into the 1900s where it all began. “I think that San Joaquin Delta College was from back in the days where there were little resources and there wasn’t much of space for enough […]

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WATCH THIS: ‘Get Out’ provides unsettling, hysterical plot with racial twists

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WATCH THIS: ‘Get Out’ provides unsettling, hysterical plot with racial twists

Writer-director Jordan Peele has most definitely produced one of the best horror, thriller and suspenseful films yet. “Get Out” is a therapeutic horror film that’s mostly taking aim at racial tension that’s currently happening through America. It is the No. 1 film, making $30 million in the box office last […]

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Delta students shine onstage in ‘Eurydice’

March 13, 2017 12:22 pm0 comments
Delta students shine onstage in ‘Eurydice’

The San Joaquin Delta College Arts & Communication Division presents their own production of “Eurydice,” a play originally written by Sarah Ruhl. The play was showing at the Alfred H. Muller Studio Theatre from March 9-12, is directed by Ashlee Temple and stars a fantastic cast of Delta students. The […]

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Female leads in movies: Are they still a problem?

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Female leads in movies: Are they still a problem?

Everybody hates the new “Ghostbusters” film. But it did breathe new life into the age-old debate about representing women in entertainment. This quarrel is flooded with comments such as “there’s not enough female leads in the entertainment industry,” and “women are always portrayed as sex objects,” or anything relating to […]

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PewDiePie’s jokes not taken lightly

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PewDiePie is the largest channel on YouTube, with more than 54 million subscribers. Recently the content creator has come under fire with media outlets calling him “anti-Semitic.” It started over a website called “Fiverr,” in which you pay someone to do something for $5. The PewDiePie channel is a comedic […]

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Why Women’s History Month matters

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Women’s History Month is a great way to honor and remember women’s contributions to society and history. It is a time to learn about Women’s History, to discuss and honor brave women who were willing to stand out and break from the chains of what were the so called proper, […]

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Campus text message survey goes wrong

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A photo of one of the texts sent to a student. PHOTO BY KILLIAN BARNHART

On March 6 confusion struck when some Delta College students were texted by an automated system inquiring as to why they were taking less than 12 units this semester. The problem arose from the fact that the automated system confused various phone numbers with different students, including students who are […]

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Delta addresses mental health with new signs

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Delta addresses mental health with new signs

Physical health is noticeable for the most part, but what happens when students are crippled by an invisible force? A simple definition of mental health is a person’s condition regarding their psychological and emotional well-being. Mental health isn’t always taken seriously and those suffering from disorders or mental illness have […]

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Demand for passports on the rise under Trump

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Bay Area communities are reporting an increase in demand for passports, likely stemming from President Donald Trump’s immigration crackdown on illegal immigrants. Delta College students say this is an overreaction and that nothing major is going to happen that would force anyone to rush to the nearest passport center. “I […]

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Stockton City Council decides future of medical marijuana

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The Stockton City Council decided the fate of medical cannabis at a recent meeting. PHOTO BY ALIYAH STOECKL

On Feb. 28, the Stockton City Council held a special meeting to discuss how these new policies should be put into action.Stockton residents voted for allowing two new medical cannabis dispensaries, introducing four cultivation sites and an increased business-licensed tax on new and existing establishments.

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