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Living in cars: Life hack or hazard?

Most people have negative opinions with homeless people, however, what most aren’t aware of is there are causes of homelessness other than financial reasons,...

Murals bring color, life to downtown Stockton

Artist from all over the world are helping revive Stockton's downtown area by painting up murals on renovated buildings.  Muralist and street artists are adding a splash of color...

Top 25 employers to participate in hiring event

Delta College will Go Live with Top 25 event for the first time, where top 25 employers in the city are selected to come...

Bus routes impact students

A new bus route, which runs from the Stockton DMV to Franklin High School, and serves Stockton’s midtown corridor, including Delta College, will be...

Stockton looks for ways to decrease homelessness

In the city of Stockton, a major issue the community faces is the rise of homelessness. Travel along the downtown freeways and the eye will...

Are Pop-Tarts Raviolis? Internet raging on about Pop-Tart, ravioli meme

A recent meme has brought to light something never been questioned before: are Pop-Tarts ravioli? One may think it’s preposterous to question such things and...

RTV program highlights Women’s History Month

In celebration of Women’s History Month, audio students from the Radio and Television program are producing a six-episode podcast series about the women of...

Bi-annual rummage sale helps Junior League raise funds for outreach

From snow skis to office supplies, the women of the Junior League of Stockton had it all at the 59th “Twice is Nice” rummage...

Trump hardly empathetic to shooting crisis in America

When President Donald J. Trump is committed to something, there’s no stopping him. “Since taking office on Jan. 20, 2017, Mr. Trump has reportedly been...

Life on streets reveals a different reality

Anna Smith has been living on the streets for the last five years. Her last memories of a home come from the day she...

CDs face extinction

Some people remember when Compact Discs first came out. The CD allowed people to listen to their favorite bands or artists without having to...

Breaking it down at Delta

Break, or B-boying, is a type of hip hop dance originating in the Bronx. “Breaking” refers a point in a song where there’s no...

Softball wins one, rain stops the other

The Delta College softball team took on Consumes River College on Saturday, March 3, playing a double header against the Hawkeyes. Although rain was in...

Swim team shines at meet

Delta College's men's and women's swim and dive team hosted and competed in a meet against Modesto Junior College, College of the Sequoias and...

Gun control again called into question

In light of recent tragic events taking place across the country people are more in question of gun control laws in the United States. The...

Counseling hosts collaboration event

“We are graduating less than 20 percent of high school students who are prepared for college,” said Kristina Aguilera, a parent liaison of Stockton...

Men’s basketball continues the win streak going into early week playoff...

Delta College men's basketball team triumphed against the Diablo Valley College Vikings 87-69, on Feb. 15 at the Joseph Blanchard Gymnasium. The Mustangs (14-11) double-digit...

Actress speaks at conference attended by Delta College students

“I’m very creative. I feel like when I’m not being creative I’m wasting my time here on earth,” said actress and producer Ashley Tisdale...

Delta takes volleyball to the beach this spring

Delta College’s newest sport hits the sand on Feb. 24. This year marks the inaugural year for Beach Volleyball. The team started practice on Jan....

‘Dolores’ to be played on campus Feb. 28

Feb. 26, 2018 correction: Dolores Huerta's name was spelled incorrectly in the print version of this article. As part of the celebration for Women’s History in...