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New top cop takes pride in safety

When he first entered the police academy, the officer in charge asked, “Anyone ever tell you that you are the blonde haired blue-eyed punk...

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Councilmember speaks at National Coming Out Day event

Nationwide and local celebrations of National Coming Out Day were held on Tuesday, Oct. 11. The event is meant to bring awareness to the lesbian,...

The great pumpkin carve

When it comes to carving a pumpkin you can keep it simple and traditional with triangle eyes and nose and a sharp toothed mouth. Or you can go elaborate and find a fancy stencil online to create a temporary masterpiece. Those with little experience can easily learn how to carve a pumpkin.

Occupy movement hits Stockton

A grassroots movement has sprung up across the United States as Americans - fed up with what they perceive as corporate greed and a...

The 10 Percent: Serving openly now allowed

On Dec. 21, 1993 Don’t Ask Don’t Tell (DADT) a policy that restricts Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered (LGBT) men and women serving in the military openly, took effect.

‘Forbidden Planet’ spins Shakespeare

Shakespeare has always been open for interpretations from the modernized Long Beach lunacy of the Baz Luhrman’s Romeo + Juliet to Kenneth Branagh’s obsessive love of the material.

Gallery hosts second show of year

The Delta Center for the Arts L. H.. Horton Jr. Gallery hosts the second annual 2D- 3D Color & design Exhibit from Oct. 6 through Nov. 9.

Angry writer criticizes remakes of being unworthy of original flicks

The plight of remakes. Last weekend the screens were assaulted by not one but two remakes of popular films of old. The classic movie victims this...

Delta football 4-2 going into game against Reedley

The Mustangs came into 2011 with high expectations and a deep and able roster, but with question marks as well. A new starting quarterback had...

Maze points to space this Halloween

Much like the pumpkins grown there, Dell’Osso Family Farm is bound to amplify in size every year. But an operation this big buried its seed...

Clubs’ Night fun for all despite disorganization

The Fall 2011 Clubs’ Night was held on Oct. 14. At the event, in between dancing to music provided by DJ Apex, also know as...

Stockton Delta Dance Company to host workshop in November

The Stockton Delta Dance Company (SDDC) is the official dance club on campus. The club was established in 2008.  The types of dances the club...

Dream Act a California taxpayer’s nightmare

A dream is a “strongly desired goal or purpose,” according to Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary. As a student, I have many dreams; one is being able to...

Editorial: Safety on campus starts with self-awareness

Despite two very noticeable crimes on campus in the past year and a half — the Koi fish incident and the bookstore robbery —...

Writers’ Guild to host book swap for charity

The Writers’ Guild will be hosting its first book and magazine swap on Oct. 27 in Danner Hall from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. According...

CAP hosts diverse concerts

The Cultural Awareness Program will be host- ing a total of a pair of concerts this month featur-ing African-American and Latino classical music groups...

Dream Act to provide aid for undocumented students

Under AB 131, the Dream Act, signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Oct. 8, undocumented immigrant students in California will be able to receive...

Experts talk fashion industry

The red carpet was rolled out on Thursday, Sept. 29 for the third annual San Joaquin Delta College “Meet the Fashion Industry Insiders” event. The...

Delta graduate to speak about book

“The power of literature is tremendous,” said author Jesse De La Cruz spoke when discussing his new book “Detoured: My Journey from Darkness to...