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Mustang Voice: Predictions on the new semester

February 5, 2016 4:07 pm0 comments
Mustang Voice: Predictions on the new semester

“I think it’s going to go better than last semester. My teachers seem pretty great… the homework schedule isn’t too packed… I Really enjoy it here, it’s a good experience,” said Amanda Faye Lemon. “I think it’ll be better than last semester. Just in general, the campus climate has been […]

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Religious fallout: a personal tale

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Growing up, I attended two private Christian schools in Stockton called Lakeside Christian and Brookside Christian. Like most impressionable children at Lakeside, I believed there was a man named Jesus in the sky watching over me; watching me when I play, eat, use the rest room, take a shower, etc. […]

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Brockovich addresses water crisis

February 4, 2016 9:43 pm0 comments
IN ATHERTON: Erin Brockovich looking up at the screen during meeting. PHOTO BY RICHARD REYES

Stockton’s water controversy came to campus on Monday, Feb. 1. Once a widely unknown and common practice of cities municipalities’ water treatment has sparked a citywide debate of the decisions local government is making in regards to citizen health. The debate is centered around the addition of chloramines – chlorine […]

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Delta enrollment plummets

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Delta enrollment plummets

With the spring semester of 2016 underway, there is a considerably low number of students enrolled this semester, causing a number of classes to suffer the consequences. “We started declining in the last three years,” said Vice President for Instruction Matt Wetstein, “Not by huge numbers. It’s just been a […]

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Behind the Scenes: Deans facilitate student success

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Gillian Murphy, top, tediously
multitasking to get the day’s work finished. PHOTO BY KRISTEN RIEDEL

On the first day of school, thousands of students enter classrooms on the Delta College campus without a thought as to how the classes were scheduled, rooms assigned and supplied, and teachers provided to open the doors to higher learning. The deans who do this work, and more, have little […]

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CSU educators call for potential strike over raises

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Faculty and labor groups are teaming together for possible California State University (CSU) strike. On Jan. 16, the CSU faculty union presented a united front with a number of labor committees for a probable strike over salaries. The faculty union is calling for a five percent rec- tification raise as […]

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Micheal Bay delivers intense action on a heavily debated Benghazi incident

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Micheal Bay delivers intense action on a heavily debated Benghazi incident

After its first few weeks in theaters, “13 Hours” has now become this year’s first underrated film. Following the popularity of similar movies like “Zero Dark Thirty” and “American Sniper,” one would expect Americans to go see “13 Hours” as well. While many did go see it and gave good […]

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2016 election update

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In the 2016 election year, the race isn’t just starting to heat up – it’s been on fire for some time. The campaign for president is an unprecedented, entertaining rollercoaster. Donald Trump, Hilary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are voices you currently hear on television, online, on […]

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Keep Delta’s campus butt free

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The notorious smokers who once gathered behind Shima have all migrated since Delta College be- came a smoke-free campus on July 14, 2014. This ban declared that no smoking shall be permitted on campus, thus changing the “Shima Smokers” to the “Bus Stop Smokers.” Since the sidewalk by the No. […]

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#TRENDING: Bieber fever fully spread

December 17, 2015 2:27 am0 comments

We’re all beliebers now. No need to worry, just accept it. Justin Bieber has been a household name since his youtube breakout in 2008. His hit songs “One Time” and “One Less Lonely Girl” spread like wildfire. Millions of fangirls bond together online. As Bieber grew, he continued to disappoint […]

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Former Delta student lives childhood dream by creating clothing, lifestyle for locals

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Kelsea Macnamara, a 22 year-old former Delta student, greets shoppers with a warm, inviting smile as she explains her business at the re- cent Stockmarket event in downtown Stockton. Wrapping up purchases and writing down custom orders, she does it all with a smile on her face and passion in […]

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Hackers attack Delta staff mail server

December 16, 2015 11:49 pm0 comments

Providing WiFi around campus for students, installing the latest computers, fighting off mail server hackers from around the world – the Information Technology (IT) department does it all to keep the network up and running. IT at Delta College is a never-ending process of keeping the network and equipment updated. […]

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Keeping holiday meals under $50

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Whether you’re the chef slaving in the kitchen at home, or you’re the couch potato who gets to watch Thursday football until it’s time to eat, the standards are always set high for Thanksgiving dinner. There’s no doubt that a homemade meal tops a store bought meal any day, so […]

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Royals win World Series over Mets

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After coming up short to the San Francisco Giants last year, the Kansas City Royals returned to the World Series and defeated the New York Mets in five games to claim the team’s second championship in franchise history. “To be able to win this is very, very special, with this […]

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Social media, politics trending together

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Politicians have targeted a new audience: Generation Z. Their number one portal to reach young and potential voters is through social media. Many social media networks such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube have changed the way politicians campaign. Barack Obama was the first presidential candidate to use social media […]

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Delta athletics end 2015 on high note

December 15, 2015 5:37 pm0 comments

The year of 2015 is in the record books for athletic teams at San Joaquin Delta College. The women’s soccer program led by Northern California Coach of the Year Adrienne Sorenson established two program records by going 15-4-3 throughout the season, and posting 15 shut-outs, that led state. The Lady […]

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Passion makes you who you are

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As I get older, along with all my friends, we get consumed with responsibilities. Constantly doing the daily grind and juggling a family as well, life can seem to be mundane. I believe once this happens, we start to lose a lit bit of ourselves. We lose who we are, […]

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Taps Bar-N-Grill review

December 13, 2015 7:36 pm0 comments

I’m greeted by the hostess as I walk into Taps Bar-N-Grill, who talks to me about the Taps Card and how to get signed up. Taps is a self-service style of restaurant with a card that a customer uses when ordering food or purchasing drinks such as beer on tap, […]

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Delta recycling event supports environmental responsibility

December 11, 2015 11:07 pm0 comments

Every day, millions of people purchase new electronic devices, often replacing items that have not yet ceased to function. The e-waste that results is often discarded with regular trash and ends up in landfills across the country and around the world. “With, like, regular batteries I usually just throw them […]

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U.S on alert in light of recent attacks

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It’s easy to say there are a lot of is- sues concerning safety happening in the world today. Recent attacks include the ISIS terrorist attacks on Paris on Nov. 13 and the mass shooting in San Bernardino on Dec. 2. People are looking for safe havens. Although ISIS is a […]

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