Choir students attend National Conference in ‘Windy City’

Since the beginning of last semester, the Delta choirs have made it a goal to branch out of our own auditoriums and into the community. From March 9-12, the groups were able to do just that but further than just our community - they reached as far as the "Windy City" Chicago.

Delta Board plans to cut $8.2M over three years

Determined March 15, the Delta College Board of Trustees voted to adopt the $8.2 million dollar budget cut scenario. The middle ground to three options proposed by the Community College League of California; worst case scenario being $12.15 million and best case $5.1 million. This decision comes as an inevitable result of Governor Jerry Brown's budget proposal for 2011-2012.

Student film produced by Delta RTV students featured in local film...

The 4th annual San Joaquin International Film Festival is featuring a 30-minute preview of "Broadcasting Sunshine," a student film produced entirely by students of...

Clubs’ Night celebrates group spirit

Clubs gathered for Delta College's Clubs' Night, a nighttime event of fun, challenges and music. The festivities were organized by the Inter- Club Council...

Generation 4 Change hosts Invisible Children benefit event

Delta club Generation 4 Change held a benefit event to help raise money for the Invisible Children campaign against child abuse in Uganda. The event...

Data Center dedication and open house to be held Wednesday, March...

Delta College is hosting a dedication ceremony and tour of the newly built Lee Belarmino Sr. District Data Center on Wed, March 23. The building...

Delta College accepting applications for student speaker for graduation

Delta College is looking for a graduating student to speak for this semester's 76th annual Commencement Ceremony. Whoever is selected as the speaker will have their biography and picture presented in the commemorative program.

Local student ID discounts

This is a list of local shops that have student identification discounts. If you know of any student ID discounts hat are not listed here, e-mail us at

Upcoming Schedule

Saturday Men's baseball at home vs. Cabrillo, 1 p.m. Women's basketball playoffs vs. No. 12 Solano, 7 p.m. Blanchard Gymnasium Men's basketball at home vs. Fresno City College, 7 p.m. March 2-3 Track CSU...

Men’s basketball on to the next one

The No. 15 Mustangs have won seven of their last eight games to finish off the regular season and continued with a 95-83 victory...

Athlete of the Issue: Pat Livingston

Pat Livingston #11 Sophomore Position: Guard Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant Highlight: Scored 14 points in a victory against Modesto Junior College.

Delta ready to make noise: Mustangs win 9th in a row,...

Throughout the first half of the Lady Mustangs 62-38 victory against Modesto Junior College it was hard to believe the team who had been on a eight-game winning streak was in fact the Mustangs.

Generation4Change to host March events

Generation4Change, the collaborative effort between the Invisible Children and Tom's Shoes clubs, are keeping themselves busy with events to spread awareness of the living conditions of children in Africa.

M.E.Ch.A. welcomes new members

Despite not having a president or a permanent meeting place as of yet, the M.E.Ch.A. Club welcomes new members.

Upcoming Clubs’ Night a must-go for all member organizations

Every semester, ASBG provides an opportunity for all Delta College club members to mingle and raise money, while still managing to keep it fun and entertaining.

Got ID? Student identification card ticket to discounts

Money. It’s something many college students don’t have a lot of. It’s something that, given the option, many would like to save. Unfortunately for the student...

Apps for graduation, degrees, certificates due March 1

Delta College’s website recently updated to allow students to submit graduation, degree and certificate applications online. The final day to submit applications is Tuesday,...

Esperanza who?

The Best New Artist category at the 53rd annual Grammy Awards included the expected choices – Justin Bieber and Drake – and a mix of newcomers, one of which surprised everyone.

One president from three candidates

The San Joaquin Delta College Board of Trustees voted 7-0 to confirm the selection of Dr. Jeff Marsee as the new president/superintendent of the campus.
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