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Court judge rejects Trump’s legislation against DACA

On April 24 Federal Court Judge John Bates of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia rejected the Trump administration’s reasoning for...

REFLECTIONS: Graduating Collegian Staff reflects on Delta College experience

Everyone has an opinion of college, but like your GPA, opinions change over time. The opinion that you have at the start of your Delta...

Delta holds annual CTE Career Fair

On April 26, Delta College held its annual Career Technical Education (CTE) and Workforce Development Career Fair for students in Danner Hall from 10...

Trail Coffee back in business

After six months being absent of a café, Trail Coffee Roasters opened up a new location on 501 East Main Street in Stockton. The new...

REDUCING THE LOSS: Delta College saves taxpayers $20 million in early...

On April 5, Delta College announced a more affordable and effective plan to pay off the Measure L Bond taken out in early 2004. The...

Students learn techniques for stellar resumes

UPDATE APRIL 24, 2018: Michelle Castanon was not initially identified in the original posted version of this story. The error has been corrected. Delta College...

RTV department launches new website

Following a year and a half of planning, the Delta College Radio and Television Department have a new and independent website for the college...

Fast food over home meals: is it always better?

Fast food places are often a college student’s best friend, for food anyways. It’s cheap(most of the time) and the majority of places have...

Launch party unveils the Hood App

On April 15, Hood App developers Brian Alcones and Gill Asension hosted a large launch party for the new application. The Hood App is a...

‘Baltimore’ experience goes to Sacramento

Delta College’s production of “Baltimore” is getting a revival as it moves to the Intrepid Theatre Lab in Sacramento. “Baltimore” takes place on a college...

Delta College’s knight in shining armor

In the middle of an early American history lecture, Dr. George Yagi Jr. pulled out a heavily layered outfit of a white undershirt, a...

‘Alto’s Odyssey’ an adventure

With over 2.2 million apps to choose from on the App Store, trying to find a mobile game worth playing can be difficult for...

Stockton offers recreational sports for all ages

Recreational sports for all ages are soon beginning for the spring and summer seasons for the local San Joaquin area.  As the season gets warmer...

Mustangs show mercy during win

The Mustangs softball team battled Modesto Junior College on Saturday, March 31 at on the Pirates home turf. Starting the game off with a...

NFL players have right to protest

The National Football League (NFL) held its first owners’ meeting of the year, in Orlando from March 25-28 to address and resolve crucial league...

Delta recovers to beat Sierra College 12-11

The Delta College baseball team won a surprising 12-11 victory Sierra College with a double to finish it in the 10th inning at Nick...

Tattoos: Classy, flashy or trashy?

Tattoos have and probably always will be a controversial topic that everyone likes to talk about. More than a decade ago, tattoos were supposedly linked...

DC president takes a leave of absence

Diane Nelson, president of DC Entertainment and Warner Bros Production, has taken a leave of absence starting on April 2. Nelson has been part of...

Student voice concern for hot food services on campus

Delta College held a student forum on March 14 after a recent outcry of student feedback concerning a change in hot-food service hours at...

Beach volleyball’s inaugural season off to a rough start

The Beach Volleyball schedule is now in full swing for Delta College. The Mustangs are currently in the middle of the inaugural season and spirits...
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