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Website offers way for commuters to plan trips

April 28, 2017 12:05 pm0 comments

The San Joaquin Council of Governments has launched an easier way for commuter to travel around the San Joaquin County called Dibs. “The Dibs program, designed to reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality in the three-county area, set an ambitious goal to have program participants log over a million […]

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Homeless are people too

April 27, 2017 9:25 am0 comments

If you were homeless, would you want someone to help you? For example buy you food and give you clothes. Or even a simple hug and a “God bless you.” It takes three simple words to make a person’s day. All around Stockton, we witness homeless people starving, not having […]

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Celebrating culture in downtown Stockton

April 25, 2017 12:41 pm0 comments
Celebrating culture in downtown Stockton

There are a number of different art museums and galleries in Stockton that help artists showcase work, such as the Haggin Museum and the Art Expressions of San Joaquin.

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Anti-D or anti-me?

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Whether it’s genetics or situational, dealing with depression and antidepressants is never an easy battle. While we often only see the benefits of antidepressants on television, we rarely see the side effects and the downsides to coming off them. So what is the goal of taking antidepressants? With antidepressants that […]

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Beauty starts with lip fillers: Today’s beauty-standard trend focuses on the mouth size

April 24, 2017 12:52 am0 comments

There’s a whole stigma right now about body positivity, pushing girls to be happy with what their mama’s gave them. Some believe to accept themselves as who they are, they have to meet some type of criteria: big butt, big boobs, nice lips, hour glass shape, perfectly styled and colored […]

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Mustangs baseball continues dominance

April 23, 2017 8:34 pm0 comments

On April 11, the Delta College Mustangs played the first game of a series of three games against the Santa Rosa Bear Cubs. The Bear Cubs are ranked the best team in Northern California. The Mustangs, however, won the game 10-2. After winning the first game of the series, the […]

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Finding the right sport for you

April 21, 2017 7:08 pm0 comments
Finding the right sport for you

Proper foundation important to sculpting a healthier body, but where to start? Let The Collegian help you figure out what workout is best for you Some people believe exercise is to life, what a whetstone is to a knife. Others view it as an ungodly punishment best left to Sisyphus. […]

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Seeking treatment, therapy for mental health not uncommon

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Everyone goes through rough times and stress at some point in their life and everyone deals with it in a different way. Whether it’s dealing with school, work, problems with friends and family or even mental health problems a lot more people are seeing life coaches or therapists. According to […]

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Delta students can explore ‘Summer in Japan’

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As summer becomes closer a majority of students become eager to finish the spring semester. Students are all set and ready to begin summer plans, whether it’s sleeping in, working full-time, getting two jobs, taking summer courses or going on a vacation summer is a great time for exploring. That’s […]

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Campus safety in focus after San Bernardino shooting

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The shooting at North Park Elementary School in San Bernardino on April 10 raise the question: What are the odds of Delta being in danger? Campus police watch for potential threats every day in case of events such as shootings, motor vehicle theft and other crimes. “This District has always […]

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Twinkle toes get Last Chance to compete in Big 8 Conference Championship

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Twinkle toes get Last Chance to compete in Big 8 Conference Championship

Delta College’s Track and Field team is in its final stretch of the semester, with the Big 8 Conference Championship set to take off 9 a.m. Monday, April 24 at Sacramento City College.

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Trump supporters visit Mexico

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Throughout Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, he continuously made outrageous comments about Mexico and Mexican citizens. In June 2015, Trump announced he was running for president in a speech that included some of his most horrendous accusations against Mexicans. “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best,” Trump was […]

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Is censorship control taking it too far?

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Is censorship control taking it too far?

I hate censorship. I know what you’re thinking: Controversial statement of the year. Censorship limits how much artists can do in terms of content. Any 30-year-old mom with a blog she uses as an excuse to neglect her child while simultaneously exploiting them for easy cash will go and write […]

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United Airlines sees consumer backlash after video goes viral

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A new viral video shows three security officers dragging a man out of his seat on a United Airlines flight and forcibly yanking him down the aisle by his wrists. The plane was scheduled to fly from Chicago to Louisville, Ky. on April 9 at O’Hare International Airport. Videos of […]

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Student Chef turns up the heat

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Social Media Editor, Evelyn Villalobos, cuts into chicken breast to prepare a food order. PHOTO BY FRANCINA SANCHEZ

I’ve always envied people who can cook or bake something in the kitchen without burning it. It seems as if I have the opposite of the Midas touch, everything I touch turns burnt. I’m not exactly the person you want to make you dinner, but that doesn’t stop me from […]

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13 reasons leads to conversations about bullying

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In this tech savvy world you’d expect things to be better. People can communicate with loved ones far away, buy things such as groceries from home, find a spouse online and the list goes on. But everything good has a bad. Tysen Benz, an 11 year old from Marquette, Michigan […]

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Trump orders attack on Syria

April 20, 2017 2:44 pm0 comments

On Thursday, Apr. 6 President Donald Trump ordered the U.S. Navy to fire 59 Tomahawk missiles at a Syrian airbase. The strike was a response to a Sarin gas attack in Khan Sheikhoun, that killed scores of Syrian citizens. However, 34 of the 59 missiles launched at the airbase were […]

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Bringing historical building back to life

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Alex Thompson stands in front of the Henery apartments in downtown Stockton.

The Henery on 121 S. Sutter St. in downtown Stockton is one of many abandoned buildings in the city that was around during the years downtown was in its prime.  However, Alex Thompson, an architect and lifelong Stockton resident has bought the abandoned Henery hotel for $24,999 with plans to […]

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Cartoonist goes against current

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Cartoonist goes against current

Delta College hosted a presentation by political cartoonist, producer, radio talk show host and writer Lalo Alcaraz on April 19 in the Tillie Lewis Theatre.

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Food Truck Mania full of flavor

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Food Truck Mania full of flavor

On April 14, 2017, the San Joaquin County Park District and SactoMoFo held a monthly (Food Truck Mania) at Mickey Grove Park park in Lodi. Food Truck Mania is a monthly event where eight well-known food trucks from all across northern California come together to one location and sell food […]

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