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Friday, November 15, 2019

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Stop feeding the corporate pig: use morals when spending money

If you’re one of the people who stresses over the future or our nation, consider your own influence. Put your money where...

Leadership Stockton project looks to improve zoo

Four Delta College employees among class members hoping to raise $70,000 for Micke Grove Leadership Stockton’s current class...

Everybody wants to be a leader

An inspiring leader is nothing without people to inspire.  All of my life I have heard “Don’t be a...

MyDelta continues chaotic trend with lack of info

Issues with MyDelta continue to affect students seven weeks into the fall semester. The new registration system will have...

Breakfast benefits students

As scholarship applications loom, students and community members can contribute to awards by enjoying a morning of food and art on campus.

Not just hot air

Helium shortage affecting more than party stores Helium probably brings thoughts of birthday balloons and high-pitched voices, but what...

Lack of film photography lab tech leaves students ‘scrambling’

Fall 2019 is the first semester Delta’s Photography Lab is running without a technician. Students are confused, crowded, and messy with only...

Pourzanjani hopes to make Delta College more inviting

Over summer, Delta College hired Dr. Omid Pourzanjani to replace Dr. Kathy Hart as President/Superintendent.  Pourzanjani is a product...

Seth Rogan comedy brings adult humor, satire to the world of...

“Good Boys” is an adventure comedy about tween boys Max, Lucas, and Thor risking everything to attend their first kissing party. It...

MyDelta issues continue to plague student records, financial aid

MyDelta is causing more setbacks for students, including unaligned data between the new and old systems. Financial aid, transcripts and education plans...

Respect coastal environments on your trips this summer vacation

This summer is going to be a hot one! Have you thought about your beach trip faux pas? Coastal...

‘Memories’ show packs theater

On April 25 and 26 the Delta College Arts and Communication Division Dance Department and SDDC/Yameci Dance Company performed “Memories”.

Clothing choices are not consent

A Slutwalk event was held in Stockton on Saturday April 6 from 11 to 3 p.m. put on by End Rape Culture....

Easter is destroying the planet

Traditional American Easter traditions are horrible for the planet. If you are Eco-conscious like I am, the sight of plastic eggs, toys,...

Leadership series hones in on employer-desired characteristics

For the first, Delta College has offered a Leadership Workshop Series for students to earn a certificate helping them stand out...

SJDC band honors former UOP director

On March 6, the Delta Symphonic and special guest Exeter High School bands dedicated a concert titled “Onward” to the late Dr....

RTV highlights Women’s History Month with video

“I didn’t know most of the buildings here were named after women,” said RTV student Adriana Hernandez. Delta College’s...

Academic Senate: Developmental courses removed from curriculum

Delta College has approved removal of English 78 and English 79, as well as Math 92G, from curriculum.  The...

Drama sets stage for ‘Uncle Vanya’ at Delta

Delta Drama’s production of Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekov, directed by Ashlee Temple, opens March 1 at 7 p.m., in the Alfred...

Once again video games make kids sin

Over this past month, the debate about whether violent video games promote people to commit crimes, like massacres has been brought back...
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