The campus isn’t the only thing getting a make-over. The Associated Students of Delta College (ASDC) is looking to revamp campus life with a series of College Hour events on campus this semester. “Every month on the third Thursday of the month we have a college hour which is-with the […]
The Stockton Delta Dance Club, Sistahs 4 Heart Health & Yameci Dance Co. will be hosting a Gospel Extravaganza...
A memorial exhibition remembering two former Delta College art professors, Bruce Duke and Stephen Gyermeck, is running...
On March 14 San Joaquin Delta College arts center will be hosting a Spring Festival of Choirs. The festival will begin...
The Downtown Stockton Alliance, in partnership with BBVA Compass Bank, has commissioned Centro Community Partners to run a nine-week Basic Entrepreneurs Workshop for the next year. “Entrepreneurship and small businesses run this country …we wanted to create an initiative to help small business, build entrepreneurship and create economic liability in […]Read more ›
Ready to float? Moving on from Delta doesn’t have to be a grounding experience, here are some tips to help you
APPLY EARLY Do not procrastinate. Start working on applications weeks in advance, that way you have time to go over it and double check everything. LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION CSUs typically don’t ask for letters of recommendation, however UCs and private schools do. Be sure to get three letters of recommendation. […]Read more ›
There are many aspiring musicians locally, many of which people don’t know about. There are four local artists, in particular, who are working to get their music out to the San Joaquin County area and beyond. “I knew I was influenced by [music] like more than your average listener was,” […]Read more ›
What started as a single table in the quad, has developed into a weekly six-hour event showcasing the talents of culinary arts students. The weekly bake sale, for example, started with little church-like sales from table in the quad. The profit margin was once $500, according to Pastry Head Chef […]Read more ›
AVOID PROCRASTINATION Procrastination and cramming in late hours of studying has never gotten you anywhere that’s not stressful. Instead you should plan ahead. Make a to-do list, use a planner, set reminders on your phone or use the “two minute” rule, if you can get it done in two minutes […]Read more ›
The definition of graphic design, according to dictionary.com, states: “The art or profession of using design elements (as typography and images) to convey information or create an effect.” The act of being a graphic designer, however, can’t be explained with such a straightforward definition. Designers, students in this case, watch […]Read more ›
When most people think of the Manson Family, they think of the gruesome murders that took place in the home of director Roman Polanski in Los Angeles in 1969. But what a lot of people don’t know is that members of the Manson family not only used a house in […]Read more ›
Sept. 15- Oct. 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month. To kick off Hispanic Heritage Month the La Raza Employees Association of Delta College encouraged everyone on campus to wear a sports jersey or traditional attire from any Latin American country on Sept. 15. The date marks Independence Day for five Latin […]Read more ›
Wondering where you should transfer after San Joaquin Delta College? Ever wonder what other schools have to offer? What about financial aid? On Friday, Oct. 28, United Way of San Joaquin will present the Tru Hope Youth Summit and College & Career Fair in the Stockton Arena. It will be […]Read more ›
While driving down Eight Mile Road, you may have overlooked a large nondescript building, most would just assume that it’s just some shipping facility, but in reality the building houses something else: a city. CQB City is a 65,000-square foot simulation city built indoors, and run by veterans. The idea […]Read more ›
In 2013 theater artist Anu Yadav first performed “Meena’s Dream.” Anu Yadav is a writer, actress and theater-based educator who has perform in a countless number of well-known theaters located both nationally and internationally. “Yadav has performed with the Shakespeare Theatre Company, Imagination Stage, Theatre Alliance, and African Continuum Theatre, […]Read more ›
On Nov. 3, local indie artist Eddie Angel aims to contribute to the revitalization of Stockton’s downtown culture. “Where are you at, music lovers?” asks Angel, founder and owner of Big Heart Recording, who said he has had a passion for music and a personal affection for Stockton since he […]Read more ›
Oct. 15, 2016 marked the 50th anniversary of the birth of the Black Panther Party, which was founded in Oakland, California. Kalena Fernandez, A student at the University of Reno, had this to say about her visit to the exhibit, “Personally I was shocked by all that the Black Panthers […]Read more ›
What started off as a one-night pop up restaurant making gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches led to an instant hit, and is now is a storefront located at 114 N. San Joaquin Street. (The Cast Iron Trading Co. opened Wed., Oct. 19. ) “After many catering gigs we were given the […]Read more ›
Since the beginning of high school most of us wanted to jam out with guitars playing alongside the great musicians of rock and roll. Now the Haggin Museum brings back the spirit of the inner rebel back with the Medieval to Metal guitar exhibition. This exhibition shows many guitars from […]Read more ›
Stockton Arts Week is an annual event that’s overall goal is,“to share with the Stockton residents the vast amount of working artists, arts organizations and arts venues in the city and to give our locals an opportunity to learn, participate and enjoy a variety of new arts experiences,” according to […]Read more ›