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Mustangs are back: Athletics resume practice on campus as San Joaquin...

More than a year after the COVID-19 pandemic halted in-person training, Delta’s sports teams returned to campus for practice on March 29...

Delta athletics opts in for ‘Spring 2’ sports season

Delta College’s athletics department is moving forward with discussions in hopes of resuming sports competition after opting into the Spring II season.

CCCAA consider adding esports as a discipline

Members of the Board of Directors for the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) discussed the possibility of introducing esports as an...

Athletes cope through a year without play

A year has passed since the start of the pandemic forced the Mustangs to cease all competition, and athletes have found themselves...

Pandemic limits scholarship opportunities

The COVID-19 pandemic is lowering the chances of obtaining scholarship opportunities for community college athletes wanting to transfer to four-year schools.

Coaches share pandemic experience

Sudden changes to routines, transition to online training and uncertainty about what might happen next. Much like everyone else, Delta College’s coaches...

Athletes face uncertain future

As sporting events continue to remain on hold, Delta’s student-athletes are encountering obstacles while moving ahead with their education through college athletics....

Food pantry cancels drive-thru distribution for Spring 2021

The Delta College Food Pantry has suspended drive-thru events and distribution for the Spring 2021 semester. The drive-thru events...

Minority Health Institute addresses discrimination, vaccine concerns

The Minority Health Institute and UCLA BRITE Center for Science, Research and Policy addressed the concerns minority groups have about the COVID-19...

Athletics out of early-spring competition

The Delta College athletics program continues to prioritize academic success for students after deciding to opt out from all early-spring competition.

Move to most serious tier revokes access

The return to campus for practice was short-lived for Delta College athletics as COVID-19 cases worsened in San Joaquin County.

Holidays of a different hue

 With a recent spike in cases of COVID-19 across the state, California Gov. Gavin Newsom and the California Department of Public Health...

Empty fields no more: Athletes make return to campus

Months after the COVID-19 pandemic prompted the athletics program to transition to remote training for student-athletes, Delta College’s teams have been given...

Health Sciences division adjusts to online learning

Like other divisions at Delta College, the Health Sciences division has had to adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic and continue to offer...

California community college system receives $100 million donation for student support

California’s community colleges are set to receive $100 million over the next 20 years, according to an Oct. 20 press release from...

Aging student email system to be replaced

Delta College is getting ready for an email switchover to Microsoft Office 365 on Okta, a single sign-on service to replace the...

Chancellor Oakley discusses issues facing California community colleges

California Community College Chancellor Eloy Oakley held a teleconference on Sept. 24 with student media and addressed what plans the chancellor’s office...

Community College Chancellor plans for all-online spring

On Sept. 25, Delta College made the announcement that classes will remain mostly online for the Spring 2021 semester due to the...

Air quality, pandemic make outreach challenging

During the COVID-19 pandemic Delta College has been forced to move classes, services and college business online. Delta had...

TalkCampus app encourages peer support among students

In an effort to help students connect with each other during times of crisis for emotional support, Delta College is encouraging them...
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