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‘Moxie’ takes on universal issues

Since the start of the pandemic and movie theater shutdowns, movie releases have become heavily reliant on streaming services. Netflix released the...

Asian community failed by many

Editor’s note: Warning this article contains racial slurs. The intent is not to offend, but to provide context of the words used...

TikTok supporting black creators

TikTok is taking a step forward to help black creators on its app.  This move should have come some...

Film explores racial ‘blindspot’

Movie theaters, like many other sectors in the workforce, were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Everything came to a halt, movie releases...

Hate crimes against Asian-American community on the rise

The pandemic has been difficult for many people across the world, but the Asian-American community has been hit hard with a different...

New way of living comes after diagnosis

Older generations seem to be more at risk with COVID-19, but the spectrum of COVID-19 has expanded greatly over the past few...

California begins the process of vaccinating residents

Mass vaccination sites have become a pivotal form of reaching more members of the public for vaccination safely. More people are able...

Theme parks pushing to reopen across California

COVID-19 cases are accelerating locally and across the country. At the same time, a movement has launched in California, with mayors of...

Could black out prevent misinformation?

As the United States presidential election approached it was predicted to be like no other previous election and it was most likely...

A political nightmare

The news has been filled with coverage of the Supreme Court hearings, but at this point, aren’t the hearings just a waste...

Unauthorized ballot boxes disputed, removed

The 2020 presidential election is Tuesday, Nov. 3, and voter registration is now closed. As the day approaches, California is receiving more...

Lodi group holds its first Women’s March event

Lodi’s first Women’s March took place on Oct. 3 from 10:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Approximately 50 protestors took to the streets...

In-Shape pairs with Special Olympics

On Sept. 2, California In-Shape Health Clubs announced on its website a partnership with the Special Olympics Northern California and Nevada.

Here’s the scoop on Double Dip Gallery

Tony Segale’s Double Dip Gallery is in no way a typical art gallery. Instead, here you will find anything from delicious ice...

Different experience means different tuition cost

The start of the new semester has come quickly and with a sense of unfamiliar territory.  Throughout the United...

Photography professor continues LGBTQ+ advocacy on campus

Photography professor continues LGBTQ+ advocacy on campus For more than 10 years, Delta College Photography Professor Kirstyn Russell has...

Stay-at-home protests are counterproductive

Over the past few weeks, we have seen a surge in protests against the stay at home orders across many states, orders...

Professor adjusting to online transition while encouraging attention to mental health

Four weeks into Delta’s transition to all-online classes, professors continue to adjust, including professor of psychology Annaliza Lagrutta. Lagrutta is not only...

Learning moves all online

Following the lead of schools across the world Delta College has officially transferred all classes online indefinitely.  An update...
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