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Graduating high school seniors missing milestones during pandemic

High school seniors throughout the country aren’t celebrating long-waited for milestones this spring. Traditional events such as prom, senior trips, and graduation...

First 5 San Joaquin collecting protective equipment donations for medical workers...

First 5 San Joaquin is seeking donations of unused Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) from today through April 3. This includes gowns, masks,...

Campus limits in-person contact due to COVID-19

Since the spread of COVID-19 has hit the San Joaquin County area, Delta College is taking steps to prepare for classes to...

Homeless Stocktonians helping others, seeking opportunities

On Feb. 28, the five man crew of Stockton 209 Cares cleaned a neighbor’s yard because the homeowner is in hospice.  

Delta explores student housing potential

On Feb. 2, Delta College’s Board of Trustees held a meeting where they discussed the possibility of providing student housing for Delta...

Dream Conference to offer information, assistance to students

Want to meet new people, create new bonds and relationships while helping the community? On Feb. 29, the Dreamers Success Center is...

Low-cost food options accommodate students, but not Danner’s budget

The prices from fall 2019  have fallen in Danner for Spring 2020, thanks to the recommendations from students conducted as part of...

Field trip teaches students how to ‘grind’

On Feb. 12, about 80 Delta College students attended day two of the 2020 Startup Grind Global Conference in Silicon Valley.

Stockton native Jason Lee returns to encourage residents to take action

Jason Lee, known for his role on the VH1 show Love and Hip Hop, made Jan. 14 a star-studded affair in the...

Library trading service’s discontinuation is a loss for students

Delta has lost a silent hero. Last semester, in October, the library discontinued a service called LINK+, which has hit me hard.

Report names Stockton most diverse city in the United States

Stockton earned another No. 1 title, this time for being the “most diverse” large city in the nation, according to U.S. News...

Longtime Delta communication adjunct dies

Anthony Bernacchi, an adjunct public speaking professor died on Dec. 17, 2019. He was 50. “Professor B was a...

Applicants sought for vacant Board of Trustees seat

Delta College Board of Trustees is looking to serve for Area 2 until the Nov. election. A map defining of Area 2...

New paths forward

Starting in September of last year, Kitchell Construction and Delta College began construction in the Shima parking lot as part of the...

Netflix show to raise awareness of cyberstalking

The internet has blown up after season two of “YOU,” which debuted the day after Christmas. The star, Penn Badgely, portrays Joe...

Sympathy for the republic

Growing up, I've always had the notion that people who vote Republican are unethical, pessimistic and selfish and I realize this is...

EDITORIAL: MyDelta system rollout failed us

MyDelta is a mess.  It hasn’t immediately benefited us as students in the way it was initially detailed it...

MyDelta: An uphill battle

Editor's note: This story has been updated to clarify the auditing process. Rising costs of implementation and questioning by...

Stresses of MyDelta rollout hit faculty

Delta College faculty struggled with the rollout of the MyDelta information system in Fall 2019, experiencing problems ranging from helping students register...

Delta inadvertently releases student information to The Collegian

In a response to a public records request by The Collegian, Delta College inadvertently revealed private student information and educational records of...
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