Delta history connected to Pacific

March 14, 2017 2:35 pm0 comments

San Joaquin Delta College’s original name Stockton Junior College that was from in 1935. Let’s go back into the 1900s where it all began. “I think that San Joaquin Delta College was from back in the days where there were little resources and there wasn’t much of space for enough […]

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Club Rush offers more than a fun day on campus

February 28, 2017 11:12 am0 comments

It’s the new semester at Delta College so that means it’s the return of Club Rush Week. Club Rush returned for the spring semester running Feb. 13-15. Club Rush is a week-long event where clubs set-up tables in the quad and promote their club to the student body. “Honors Club […]

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Popular coffee shop opens new location by Delta

February 27, 2017 11:21 am0 comments
Popular coffee shop opens new location by Delta

Delta College students may have added the College Square Plaza to their list of go to places on Feb. 10. Empresso Coffeehouse has opened a sister location to the long standing Miracle Mile shop, in the College Square plaza across the south side of campus on March Lane. Many Stocktonian’s […]

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Taking a stab a fencing

February 24, 2017 2:11 pm0 comments
Taking a stab a fencing

I’ll be honest, a vast majority of my knowledge in fencing was derived from the 1998 movie The Parent Trap, starring Lindsay Lohan.

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Health not determining student’s future

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Izamar Valencia

Every day Delta college students wake up and go to class like normal, but for Izamar Valencia, it’s a privilege. Valencia was a 20-year old college student just five years ago. She was taking classes, making friends and wanting to make a difference being a psychology student. “I was really […]

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Drama department honors Women’s History Month

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Drama department honors Women’s History Month

On March 8, Delta College’s Drama Department will feature the production of “Eurydice” as part of a fundraiser celebrating Women’s History Month. This production was written by Sarah Ruhl and directed by Ashlee Temple. The story of “Eurydice” is based on the Greek myth of Orpheus, but Ruhl’s interpretation provides a […]

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‘Back to the Future’ for Purim Shpiel anniversary

February 23, 2017 10:18 pm0 comments

Temple Israel is presenting its 20th Anniversary Purim Shpiel, “Back to the Future” and the entire community is all invited. Purim is a holiday where an evil man named Haman tries to kill off all of the Jews. A king, Ahashverosh, recently divorced his then Queen Vashti, and sent his […]

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Is the drought over after current rain?

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After five long dry years, California is now finally praying for a break. California biggest reservoirs, once at record lows, are now at capacity or overflowing from record rain and snow. One of the reservoirs affected is the Oroville Lake reservoir behind the Oroville Dam. Nearly 200,000 residents were evacuated recently […]

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College Hour gets students ‘back in the groove’

February 10, 2017 11:24 am0 comments
College Hour gets students ‘back in the groove’

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 […]

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Gospel Extravaganza coming to Delta

February 2, 2017 11:54 am0 comments

The Stockton Delta Dance Club, Sistahs 4 Heart Health & Yameci Dance Co. will be hosting a Gospel Extravaganza on Saturday, Feb. 11 in the Warren Atherton Auditorium at San Joaquin Delta College. The show will be hosted by Shawn Williams and feature the talent of Alexis Spight, Dathan Thigpen, […]

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Delta professors remembered at Horton Gallery

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A memorial exhibition remembering two former Delta College art professors, Bruce Duke and Stephen Gyermeck, is running through Feb. 10. Duke and Gyermeck died in October 2016. A reception was held on Jan. 28. Duke’s sculptures were influenced by the abstract expressionist movement of the 1960s. Duke’s artwork was also […]

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Delta Festival of Choirs

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On March 14 San Joaquin Delta College arts center will be hosting a Spring Festival of Choirs. The festival will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Warren Atherton Auditorium. This event will have live entertainment of fairy tale and folksongs sung by Delta’s choir. The spring festival event is sponsored under the direction […]

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Entrepreneur program sets future for locals

December 13, 2016 8:55 am0 comments
Entrepreneur program sets future for locals

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 […]

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Ready to float? Moving on from Delta doesn’t have to be a grounding experience, here are some tips to help you

December 8, 2016 11:00 am0 comments

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. […]

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Local musicians step into the spotlight

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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,” […]

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Baked to perfection: Culinary program brings sweet success to Delta

December 2, 2016 9:25 am0 comments

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 […]

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