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ASBG suffers from small staff, unable to fill positions until fall

The Associated Student Body Government (ASBG) is a staff of 17. This semester there are nine. The entire student population depends on those nine students to make decisions and serve them to their best ability.

Psychiatric Tech Program receives state funds after two-year wait

Delta’s Psychiatric Technician Program was awarded $1.3 million in funds by the state of California. In 2008, the state proposed a prison hospital in Stockton....

Artist celebrates ‘A Sort of Homecoming’

Delta College graduate Tracey Snelling's work will be on display at the L.H. Horton Gallery through March 25. Snellings art has been exhibited all...

New policy to enforce specified Free Speech Zones

Those seeking to express themselves on campus are limited on where they can, due to a new policy. Administrative Procedure 3760 gives the district the...

Jason Clark’s music brings a summer vibe to the winter cold

Musician, producer and Delta student Jason Clark is ready to say goodbye to winter and hello to a productive summer. What began as a collection...

Delta hosts inaugural choral festival

Delta College hosted its first Choral Festival on Feb. 16. The event was organized by Germán Aguilar, director of choral activities at Delta College. Participating high...

Editorial: Miserable? Seriously?

For the second time in three years Forbes Magazine has named Stockton the most miserable city in America. The unscientific study gives Stocktonians something to...

Correction, Feb. 25, 2011

In Issue 8 of The Collegian, published Feb. 11, the headline for the story about financial aid for veterans is considered misleading. It should...

Board approves Marsee as new president

The San Joaquin Delta College Board of Trustees voted unanimously to approve Dr. Jeff Marsee as the new president/superintendent of the college. He is currently...

Superintendent/president final candidates revealed

Delta College will present a series of forums for the final Superintendent/President candidates on Tuesday, Feb. 15 from 2 to 5 p.m. ...

Pilot Roster performs at the Plea for Peace Center in Stockton

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Reggie Ginn at Plea for Peace in Stockton

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New rules go into effect for food sales and catering on...

The Food Services Department, led by its manager Fidel Cabuena, has made many changes in an attempt to bring itself out of the red. A few changes were welcome but the suggested changes to AP 3560, the rules governing catering and food sales on campus, met with stiff opposition.

Delta goes cold turkey

The drag of being a smoker on Delta College is not knowing where it's allowed.

Editorial: Issues with e-learning

The rising costs of class materials has caused major inconveniences for San Joaquin Delta College students, particularly in this tough economic climate.

Sounds of heart and soul: Reggie Ginn

With spectacular command of a keyboard and a classically trained voice, Reggie Ginn has been making an impression up and down the west coast.

CAMPUS SAFETY: Delta police advises vigilance

Stockton is known for its high foreclosures, unemployment rate and crime. Delta College, on the other hand, has been considered an "island of safety" compared to the city itself, according to Delta College Police Sgt. Mario Vasquez.

Lady Mustangs hitting a powerful stride at just the right time

The Delta women's team is playing their best basketball of the season. Coming off of six straight wins against conference opponents the Lady Mustangs have put themselves in position finish the season as one of the top teams in the Big 8 Conference and make a post-season run.

Revamped club attracts a wide variety of entertainment

Under new ownership, club Vybe, formerly known as Envy, is looking to dominate the Stockton entertainment scene. Owner and President Everett Hunter is revamping club life, bringing the 21 and up crowd a variety of music, fun and -- most importantly for those who crave more during the week -- a place to party every night of the week.

Campus Canvas: How safe do you feel on campus?

"I feel extremely safe on campus." - Steven Richardson, 18 Sophomore "I really feel safe on campus." - Logan Hutch, 18 Freshman "I feel safe when...
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