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Trump: Stop Tweeting

Social media has been the best gift to give to this era, but it can also be counted as a huge negative to society.  Sometimes...

Students told to heed warnings

Campus police are making it clear to students: Park in an adjacent business lot and risk getting your car towed and facing a hefty...

Volleyball wins against Vikings

Women’s volleyball has been going strong this season with head coach Molly Mordaunt leading her team with 12 wins and two loses. During the Sept....

Delta College changes standard grading policy

As of Summer 2017, Delta College instructors have been allowed to issue +/- grading. This lets teachers showcase if a student is on the higher...

Women’s soccer starts season with multiple wins, ties

Delta College’s women’s soccer team has started out its season with a record of 4-0-3.  These results could be attributed to Head Coach Adrienne Sorenson...

Artisan Bakery now in Locke Lounge

The Artisan Bakery now runs from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday in Locke Lounge.

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 Next spring her Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) benefits are no longer valid, unless renewed by the...

Delta graduate runs Horticulture program

Many students are unaware Delta College offers a Horticulture program supported by a state-of-the-art Horticultural Center on the Delta campus and a 160-acre farm...

Tuleburg Press to host second Fully Booked fundraiser

Locally run Tuleburg Press’ annual Fully Booked event is happening on Sept. 29 with high hopes of a successful outcome. The event, which will be...

Mexican culture celebrated

Stockton celebrated its second annual Mexican Independence Day Celebration for the Latin community on Sept. 16.   Comerciantes Unidos, along with the Downtown Stockton Alliance and...

Resilience is the new black

Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg speaks at the Advancing Women’s Leadership conference at Pacific On Tuesday, Sept. 12 University of the Pacific hosted its third annual Advancing Women’s...

Outreach continues for hurricane victims

Weather can change in a heartbeat, often to the point of disaster. In 2017, records were broken when Hurricane Harvey appeared over the Southeast of...

Tuleburg Press to host second Fully Booked fundraiser

Locally run Tuleburg Press’ annual Fully Booked event is happening on Sept. 29 with high hopes of a successful outcome. The event, which will be...

Electric buses come to Stockton

Stockton is the home, of the first Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) route in the nation to be completely powered by electricity as of Aug....

September brings many things to do

Greek festival at St. Basil Church Stockton Noon to 11 p.m. Saturday, Noon to 8 p.m. Sunday $2 general admission Flea Market at the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds Stockton 6 a.m. to 3...

Sandberg keynotes leadership forum at Pacific

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg was the keynote speaker at the Advancing Women's Leadership Forum at University of the Pacific on Sept. 12, 2017.

Mustangs fall against Sac City in home opener

On Sept. 2 Delta’s Mustangs played against the Sacramento City College Panthers but lost 38-55.  Delta’s team held the lead score for the first half...

Molding the future for ceramic artists

On Aug. 31, the L.H. Horton Jr. Gallery held its annual Visions in Clay exhibition. Ceramic artist and former faculty member from California College...

‘Bueller? Bueller?’ Delta College is calling out for nearly 2,000 less...

With the fall semester underway, a number of classes at Delta College have been canceled due to low enrollment. “Around 30 to 40 sections have...

Amazon to bring 1,000 jobs

On Aug. 22, the city of Stockton announced it will be home to a new facility for online retailer Amazon. The new 600,000 square foot...

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