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Community College Chancellor visits

On Oct. 17, California Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley visited San Joaquin Delta College for a stop on his “Listening Tour.” Delta College was...

EDITORIAL: Millennial and Generation Z voters are lazy but have every...

Are you concerned about the state of our nation? Do policies seem outdated? American history is filled with the tales of how groups and individuals...

‘The Laramie Project’ brings crowd to tears

In 1998, Matthew Shepard, a gay student at the University of Wyoming, was beaten and left to die near the small town of Laramie,...

Mental health focus of awareness week

Mental Health/Illness Awareness Week ran Oct. 7 - 13.  “Mental Illness Awareness Week provides a dedicated time for mental health advocates across the country to...

EDITORIAL: When is Danner Hall coming back?

Since the closing of Danner Hall’s cafe, students have had to turn to the bookstore and or food trucks for their breakfast, lunch and...

Controversy stirs over Musical.ly app

Internet safety is important to discuss with your children, especially if you find them using the app Musical.ly. The issue with Musical.ly is that...

EDITORIAL: Use your voice! Cast your vote!

It is the firm belief of the editors of the Delta Collegian newspaper that every eligible American needs to vote in the midterm election...

How can Stockton work for you?

In October of 2017 SEED (Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration)  was launched. From the start of 2019 SEED will be providing 100 Stocktonians with an...

Greek Food Festival draws community together

St. Basil Greek Orthodox Church, located on 920 W. March Lane,  hosted its 59th annual festival last weekend on Sept. 7, 8, and 9.  The domed...

Gender neutral bathrooms make students feel welcome

The students involved with the Delta Pride Center collaborated with the Student Services Vice President Lisa Cooper Wilkins to request that gender neutral bathrooms...

Delta cheerleaders makes a comeback after low spring enrollment

San Joaquin Delta College’s cheerleading quadrupled in size from seven members in the Spring 2018 semester to 28 this term. Cheer team is in its...

Manual input is greater than copy and paste

Most of the time college students find the copy and paste function on computers to be the most helpful tool available. Last year, when some...

Seventh annual Stockton Pride Festival attracts large crowd

San Joaquin Pride Center hosted its seventh annual festival at Weber Point Events Center Aug. 25, 2018..  It was a day filled with color and...

UOP hosts 37th annual Labor Day weekend Pow Wow

The 37th annual Labor Day weekend Pow Wow was held on the UOP campus this year and went on for three days, from Aug....

Miracle Mile brings ‘midsummer’ to life

Showbiz Theater Company on the Miracle Mile staged a “Hook,” inspired rendition of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream through April 29. A handful of Delta...

Stockton’s semi-pro team having trouble finding home

Stockton’s American Basketball Association (ABA) semi-pro group is called Team Trouble. In 2018 Trouble played in the Stockton Arena but will not be able to...

Former students embraces punk side

Former Delta College student Nelson Delcid, the bassist of local band Cheap Shoes, spearheaded a Punk Show held on April 28. The show was played...

‘Meal and a Show’ event helps homeless

Jay Cat Da Savage is coordinator of “Meal and A Show,” an organization bringing a happy, healthy, giving environment to homeless people. “It’s about feeding,...

Track & field shines through season hurdles

Track and Field’s 2018 spring outdoor season didn’t have both head coaches available full time, which left jumping events such as long jump, triple...

Taco’s El Rey Azteca spreading the flavor

April 10, 2018 update: The online version of this story has changed. A last name was corrected from the printed version and original digital...
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