Acting President Hart puts accreditation fears at ease

The threat of losing accreditation was repeated often in the weeks leading up to Dr. Jeff Marsee being removed from his position as president earlier this semester, but many had little understanding of what that actually meant for the campus.

ASBG appoints members to fill vacant positions

The Associated Student Body Government recently filled a number of vacant positions through internal appointment.

Cunningham replacement building nearing completion

Construction is not complete yet, but the new Cunningham Math and Science Center is targeted to be done Sept. 1. The new facility, funded by the $250 million Measure L bond, is expected to improve and expand the district’s educational centers.

‘Hunger Games’ comes to big screen

With the Harry Potter series drawn to a satisfying close and the Twilight movies finally coming to a bitter, sparkling end, Hollywood is in need of a new franchise to headline.

Stars for a night

San Joaquin County’s amateur Apollo Night will be held at the Bob Hope Theatre on March 30. It will be the 13th Annual Apollo Night event overseen by Tony Washington, founder of the local talent show.

Fashion Club hosts arts and gifts fair in Danner

The San Joaquin Delta Fashion Club held its annual Art and Gift Fair March 13-14 in Danner Hall.

Kony movement hits campus

Generation4Change is a club on the Delta College campus. The purpose of the club is to build awareness and raise money for the Invisible Children non-profit organization. The national organization has garnered attention lately since the release of “Kony 2012,” a web-based documentary.

The College Complex

Delta student crowned Miss San Joaquin County

Stockton resident and Delta College student Kathryn Faull began her reign as Miss San Joaquin County earlier this month after winning the title, along...

Dinner benefits Troops to College

St. Patrick’s Day-themed event held in Danner Hall On March 16 the Troops for College program hosted a corned beef and cabbage dinner. The dinner was...

The 10 Percent: Documentary raises awareness on LGBTQ+ discrimination in America

In today’s society there are people living under the illusion they are equal in many regards to those around them. But they are not. It’s...

Editorial: Communication survey step in right direction

One of the most common issues here at San Joaquin Delta College is the lack of communication on campus. The Collegian has noted this several...

ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION: Writers look at both sides of issue impacting America

James Striplin is FOR According to horror author H.P. Lovecraft, fear is the “oldest and strongest emotion of mankind.” We fear most what we don’t know...

Baseball at 4 wins, 2 losses in Big 8

The Delta Mustangs dropped the ball against Diablo Valley College during the Tuesday, March 20 game. Delta lost 8-0 in a game that would prove...

Students concerned by gas prices

Stockton resident and San Joaquin Delta College student Diolinda Asuncion spends about $100 on gasoline for her 1998 Mercedes at least once a week. It’s... partnership questioned

A potential partnership with has brought about concerns from faculty members resulting in halted negotiations between the new company and Delta College. is...

Marsee released with pay

On March 2 the Delta College Board of Trustees finished the process for releasing former President Jeff Marsee. “By unanimous vote by the four trustees...

Students march for higher education

Thousands of college students from all over the state marched for higher education towards the State Capitol in Sacramento on Monday, March 5. Over 5,000...

National Athletic Training Month celebrates profession

March is National Athletic Training Month, a chance to acknowledge the men and woman who look after athletes on the San Joaquin Delta College...

Offering ways to succeed

Student Activities office hold workshops helping students The Student Activities office is running workshops in the Mustang Room to assist students in basic skills. These workshop...


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