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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...

The 10 Percent: An opened closet door

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...

Changes in personnel include move for Wetstein

Due to a major employee reclassification announced at the Sept. 13 San Joaquin Delta College Board of Trustees meeting, four employees were replaced and...

Delta campus safe, report shows

Despite the Sept. 25 break-in at the campus bookstore, where two masked men smashed a door with a hammer and took iPods and a...

Movies coming at you

More than 15 years has passed since “The Lion King” originally destroyed Box Office records and crushed the spirits of children around the world...

Fashion club holds Art & Gift Fair

It’s the time of the season for shopping. Delta College Fashion Club held its semi-annual Art & Gift Fair on campus this week. The Art &...

Choirs open concert season

The Delta College concert season has begun with Music for Remembering, the 2011 fall Festival of Choirs concert on Wednesday, Oct. 5 at the...

Striking the right note

A brand new club has filled a hole on campus for music lovers. CLEF — Choir Lights Eternal Flame, is a club dedicated in bringing...

Delta Pride hosts National Coming Out Day

Delta Pride and the Cultural Awareness Programs (CAP) are hosting a National Coming Out Day event at the Tillie Lewis Theatre Tuesday, Oct. 11,...

New art exhibit opens at L.H. Horton Gallery

The L.H. Horton Gallery, in the Shima Center, is hosting an exhibition featuring 2-D and 3-D artwork from Oct. 6 through Nov. 3. It will...

Delta college awarded $3.8 million grant

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Delta College $3.8 million in funding to be distributed over the next five years. The first installment will...

Former Mustangs look to make way in NCAA

Former San Joaquin Delta College football player Webster Slaughter starred in the National Football League (NFL) for 12 seasons, playing for five different teams...

Basketball season approaches

A new year is approaching, which means a new season of basketball looms for the San Joaquin Delta College Mustangs. The team tips off the...

Author urges knowledge and understanding of Atheism before fear, misconception

I am an atheist, but not just any non-believer. I put my faith into science and dedicate my heart to rationality. In order for me...

Paper or plastic? How about an option for both?

Here at San Joaquin Delta College students usually only have one choice when it comes to paying for their on campus purchases — paper. More...

The College Complex

Delta College bookstore burglarized

http://www.youtube.com/v/rCTb8acU2ow?version=3&hl=en_US The Delta College bookstore was burglarized on Sept. 25 at around 1 a.m. Two suspects made off with mini-iPod touch devices and an Apple laptop...

Battle over flea market continues

The continuing discussion over the flea market takeover dominated public comment of the Tuesday, Sept. 13 board of trustees meeting.

Where’s the money? Questions arise over financial aid disbursements, administrators ask...

Money. That’s the first thing that comes to mind when paying for college, especially in the current economy. Many students are still wondering where their money, or more specifically their financial aid is.
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