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Wednesday, December 12, 2018
CSU Stanislaus Open House



Accreditation team observes Delta campus

On April 20, the Delta College campus had a follow-up visit from the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) to check Delta’s progress since last year’s visit and find out whether past deficiencies have been dealt with.

RISE AND FALL: A timeline of events leading to Marsee’s dismissal

It’s been nearly three months since former president/superintendent Dr. Jeff Marsee was dismissed from campus by the board of trustees. While changes have been made, the student body population has seen little disruption to campus activities since Marsee’s departure.

The College Complex

Voting set to begin for student government elections

With Associated Student Body Government election season beginning, students say little information is leaving them with questions going into next week’s voting period. Those running for office have begun reaching out to students and passing out flyers. However, many students are not yet aware of the student government elections.

‘Spring Market Mixer’ gives Culinary Arts students real-life experience

Culinary arts held their “Spring Market Mixer” on Tues. April 17, in Danner Hall. Students enrolled in Culinary Arts classes prepared dishes from around the...

Accessibility an issue on Delta campus

Walking around San Joaquin Delta College campus, one can see many handicap accessible signs, walkways and paths. If one looks closer, however, it can be seen the campus is not as accessible as it seems.

SkillsUSA students win gold at statewide competition

SkillsUSA is a national skill organization that serves more than  320,000 high school and college students and professional members enrolled in training programs in...

The 10 Percent: Fighting LGBTQ+ homelessness

Currently an estimated 1.6-2.8 million homeless youth are in the United States, up to 40% of  which identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or...

British poets visits campus

When you read a poem and look at the words that make it up, how often do you take the time to think about...

Arthur Miller classic ‘Crucible’ comes to campus

Delta Drama Department is currently rehearsing the American classic “The Crucible.” Director Harvey Jordan suggested the school perform this play because of the challenging roles...

Japanese Club goes to San Francisco for festival

The Japanese Club took its second trip to the 45th Annual Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival on April 22. From Stockton to Pleasanton, from Pleasanton...

Fashion show returns next month with ‘A Story Of Fashion’ presentation

The annual Fashion & Interior Design Exhibit is a showcase of students work from the fashion and interior design programs here at Delta. The event...

Planking has offensive past

Planking. This unique activity requires one to lay stiff as a board on a random object, hands to the side and feet pointed. It’s become a...

Editorial: The time to vote is now

Delta College is in the middle of election season. No, the GOP presidential candidates are not visiting the college. Rather, the Associated Student Body Government (ASBG)...

Softball ends season on spectacular high note

The Lady Mustangs capped off a stellar regular season with a 6-0 win against the Modesto Pirates Tuesday, April 23. The team stands at 33-7...

Former Mustang to be considered in draft

After a long and arduous journey, former Mustangs left tackle Amini Silatolu is expected to be selected in one of the first three rounds...

Faculty talent show at San Joaquin Delta College

http://www.youtube.com/v/CnzY5fxHsV0?version=3&hl=en_US&rel=0 Excerpts of faculty performances from the April 18 talent show at San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton.

Activities at Goleman celebrate Library Week

Need to study for a final? Doing research for a paper? Is there a novel you want to read? In this age of tablet PCs, smartphones, and e-books, it seems easy to forget a simple, free solution to each of those questions exists – the local library.

Delta to dedicate tolerance garden

San Joaquin Delta College will dedicate the Elizabeth Humbarger Tolerance Garden, located behind the DeRicco building, tomorrow, April 14 at 10 a.m.

Microscopy to host open house

San Joaquin Delta College’s electron microscopy program will hold an open house event on Tuesday, April 17.
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