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Muller report brings more questions than answers

The full 448-page report of Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia’s interference with the 2016 U.S election was released on April...

Future athletes encouraged not to celebrate wins

As a coach of a little league team, I’m expected to act like a professional and to teach my players the same. 

Endgame brings decade-long journey to close

Marvel has finally wrapped up their 11-year long build up of movies to Avengers: Endgame, a movie so impactful on...

April fools is a joke; and not a funny one

From the famous Google Maps Pacman game to the infamous left-handed Whopper, companies will pull every trick in the book to generate...

SJDC band honors former UOP director

On March 6, the Delta Symphonic and special guest Exeter High School bands dedicated a concert titled “Onward” to the late Dr....

Spring Fair brings artists to Danner

The Fashion Department is back at it in 2019 with the annual Spring Fair. On March 6 and 7, Delta’s fashion department...

Math wrongfully loathed by students

Ask any high schooler in America what their least favorite subject is and there is one subject you’ll get more than others:...

Bill aims to fund true costs of college

Senate Bill 291 would expand financial aid offerings Community college costs more than just tuition, leading to some...

‘Captain Marvel’ sets stage for MCU finale

The first round of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is beginning to come to a close and one of those final steps is...

Clarinets fill Haggin with music

On Feb. 21, the Haggin Museum hosted a performance by the Pacific Avenue Clarinets. A regular band at...

New media companies struggle to provide job security

The entertainment industry has always been a risky career path for actors, musicians and writers. People know the...

San Joaquin art group showcases local talent

 A non-profit San Joaquin art group is working to give talented local artists a chance to share and collaborate with other artists...

‘A Comedy of Tenors’ brings laughs to the theater for...

The Stockton Civic Theatre is putting on a show called "A Comedy of Tenors," a sequel to the 2013 play "Lend Me...

New ‘Dragon Ball’ Movie Breaks Records

Dragon Ball Super: Broly opened Jan.16 in the United States, and has since grossed $23.6 million domestically. It became the first Japanese-Animated...

Poor air quality disrupts home games

When Delta College closed for the week of Nov. 19 due to poor air quality, many campus events were canceled or postponed.Delta...

Dead celebrated in Danner

Delta had its second Dia de los Muertos free student celebration in Danner Hall on Nov. 1. The lower section of Danner Hall was decorated...

Media literacy will help filter trash on your feed

In the Information Age, there’s a plethora of ways for us to access information about the world. Yet even with all these options, we...

Club Works to Cure Stigma

After the “Break the Silence” presentation in May of this year, a collection of stories from Delta students struggling with mental health problems,  Delta...

Board undergoes review of code of ethics

The San Joaquin Delta College Board of Trustees met Oct. 2 to review the Board's Code of Ethics. Updating the code of ethics is essential...
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