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‘Hocus Pocus’ last of summer movies

It’s that time of year again, for pumpkin everything, witches and black cats. On Friday, October 13, the free family event “Movies at the Point”...

Former student tackles social issue

Is modern technology, making children better people or destroying their social skills? Former Delta College student and author Sofia Sher, touched on the subject in...

County dedicates new courthouse

The Superior Court of San Joaquin county held a dedication ceremony for the new Stockton Courthouse on Sept. 28.  The $308 million new courthouse is...

DACA end creates ‘expiration date’ for students

Alisson Salazar lives with an expiration date. Next spring her Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) benefits are no longer valid, unless renewed by the...

Support follows end of DACA announcement

On Sept. 5, United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced his office is bringing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) to an end,...

Delta looks ahead

Master Plan forums provide info, answer questions Delta College has undergone some renovations in recent years, the campus has seen a complete overhaul since its...

Feisty ‘Avenue Q’ hits Delta stage

“Avenue Q,” an original New York musical, is a “foot in mouth” type of production staged for the Spring 2017 semester at San Joaquin...

Learning when to push the plate away

Are we disregarding health in order to promote a body-positive society? We are allowing people around us to be unhealthy and lose the balance on...

Learning when to push the plate away

Are we disregarding health in order to promote a body-positive society? We are allowing people around us to be unhealthy and lose the balance on...

Tapping into a new market

After a long process, Channel Brewing Co. opened it’s doors on the corner of San Joaquin Street and Weber Avenue in downtown Stockton with...

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...

Popular coffee shop opens new location by Delta

Delta College students may have added the College Square Plaza to their list of go to places on Feb. 10. Empresso Coffeehouse has opened a...

Men are becoming the new face of make up

Beginning in 2015 to now there has been an explosive movement on social media of makeup artists, makeup lovers and supporters. The majority of women...

Engineering program hosts high school competition

San Joaquin Delta College will host the 30th Annual Engineering and Technology Day on Friday, Feb. 3. This event is put on by the...

Entrepreneur program sets future for locals

The Downtown Stockton Alliance, in partnership with BBVA Compass Bank, has commissioned Centro Community Partners to run a nine-week Basic Entrepreneurs Workshop for the...

EXAMINATION PREPARATION: Tips and tricks to getting by, getting out

AVOID PROCRASTINATION  Procrastination and cramming in late hours of studying has never gotten you anywhere that’s not stressful. Instead you should plan ahead. Make a to-do...

Millennials: Generation not taken seriously

By the looks of it millennials seem to get the worst of it.  A generation frowned upon. A “lazy” generation.   We’re on our phones, laptops, tablets...

‘Hella Good’ restaurant brings new lunch option to downtown Stockton

What started off as a one-night pop up restaurant making gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches led to an instant hit, and is now is a...

House of Ice Cream offers fun twist on treats

Fall has officially begun and that means bringing out the big sweaters, boots and drinking your favorite hot drinks while snuggling up in a...

Believe her or convict her?

On Sept. 30 the highly anticipated Netflix documentary, ‘Amanda Knox,’ was released and brought a new perspective to a nine-year-old murder case.