Several campus projects suspended in wake of budget concerns

A number of renovation projects in the district have been put on hold by the board of trustees on the advice of President/Superintendent Dr. Jeff Marsee.

Cunningham demolition reprieve possible

The Cunningham Center could be saved — for now.

Degree deadline approaching

Applications for evaluation of records for receipt of an associate degree or certificate to be awarded for this semester are due Nov. 14. Forms and...

TAG program applications due on Sept. 30

Applications for the Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) program are due Sept. 30. The TAG program offers guaranteed admission to Delta College students who meet certain...

COMING SOON to television near you

Delta College’s Radio/Television (RTV) lab will soon be expanding its scope with the chance to air student produced programs on local access television. RTV has...

Invisible Children presents ‘Tony’ the documentary

On Tuesday, Sept. 20, Generation4Change hosted a viewing of the documentary "Tony" with Invisible Children, the Uganda-aid organization.

Pride links Delta College organization to greater community

The San Joaquin County Pride center (SJPC) is a nonprofit organization that was established this year in June 2011 to show support to the...

If you like pina coladas…and zombies eating your brains

It’s a paradise resort infested with the reanimated corpses of tourists; the beach is warm and the public is running in fear — it’s a great day to hunt zombies. “Dead Island” is a first person slasher/shooter game that takes players through a relaxing getaway, the city slums and a prison isle with the option of being one of four heroes.

Club making a world of difference with food

One-hundred twenty pounds of bananas Three-hundred granola bars. Forty-four students helped prepare the sack lunches. Fifty students came and served the lunches. All of this thanks to a...

The YUM is back

The smell of fresh baked goods filled Danner hall on Thursday, Sept. 22. Artisan Bakers, the Delta College baking and pastry program, opened the program’s...

Cultural Awareness Program Committee to host ‘Selling Desire’

San Joaquin Delta College’s Cultural Awareness Programs (CAPs) Committee, is hosting “Selling Desire”on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. in the Atherton Auditorium. Dr....

Fashion program invites ‘industry insiders’ for presentation

On Thursday, Sept. 29, Delta College’s Fashion Program will be presenting “Meet the Fashion Industry Insiders.” The event will be held at the Tillie Lewis...

Brain surgeon to do campus talk

Delta College will host internationally known brain surgeon Dr. Alfred Quinones-Hinojosa on Saturday, Oct. 8 at Atherton Auditorium. Quinones-Hinojosa will speak about his story from...

Mustangs to host youth basketball camp in October

The Delta College Mustangs will hold a Fall Youth Basketball Camp for high school girls 14-18 and youth basketball for boys and girls ages...

Soccer team poised for another strong season

The Mustangs have come stampeding out of the gate this season, recording four wins in their first seven games and losing only twice, while...

Editorial: Fed up with a system that’s not working

Classes are impacted, more are being cut every semester and students are adding courses at random hoping to get their hands on anything they...

Obama jobs bill causes controversy

On Sept. 8 President Barack Obama gave a speech about a plan called the American Jobs Act. The American Jobs Act is a bill that...

The College Complex

The 10 Percent: Tackling a taboo subject in sports

Editor’s note: Brian Ratto, 27, is a Manteca native living in Stockton. He’s also a gay man. Ratto came out more than a decade...

Clubs vie for members at Rush

A new semester at Delta College means the return of Club Rush Week.


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