Food Truck Mania full of flavor

April 20, 2017 2:04 pm0 comments
Food Truck Mania full of flavor

On April 14, 2017, the San Joaquin County Park District and SactoMoFo held a monthly (Food Truck Mania) at Mickey Grove Park park in Lodi. Food Truck Mania is a monthly event where eight well-known food trucks from all across northern California come together to one location and sell food […]

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Cancelled courses cause concern

April 14, 2017 1:15 pm0 comments

Low enrollment on campus effects everyone: staff, students and the school itself. Many courses are cancelled due to low enrollment. One such course was the Philosophy of Religion course, PHILO 045, offered by Dr. Ramon Sewnath for Fall 2016. The course, which is offered once a year, will not be […]

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Delta’s market serves community

April 11, 2017 1:04 pm0 comments
Delta’s market serves community

Students, families and vendors alike have been flocking to the family-friendly Market at San Joaquin Delta College for more than 30 years.   The Market at Delta is a place where people can browse an almost endless supply of new and used merchandise for reasonable prices.  It’s no surprise the […]

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Store hidden gem of mile

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Store hidden gem of mile

Tucked away amidst the busy buildings of the Miracle Mile, like a book on a shelf, sits Al’s Comic Shop. Opening its doors in 1979, this house of stories has been a part of Stockton for 38 years. The store attracts customers of all ages. Children, college students, lawyers, and […]

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Tapping into a new market

April 10, 2017 9:59 am0 comments
Channel Brewing Co. pint glasses. Photo by Francina Sanchez

After a long process, Channel Brewing Co. opened it’s doors on the corner of San Joaquin Street and Weber Avenue in downtown Stockton with a soft opening on March 24. The first full day of operations was March 30.   According to Chaddock the soft opening brought a good turnout […]

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Taking on Danner Hall’s shadow realm

April 7, 2017 2:11 pm0 comments

Danner Hall is a place where magical things happen every day. Whether it’s the savory aroma of the famous chicken that fills the room or the tables filled with students playing Yu Gi Oh!. As a student of three years at Delta, recently  I learned  there’s a minor turf war […]

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Textbooks prove worth for Delta students

March 15, 2017 1:01 pm0 comments

Every year at the beginning of the semester, students begin purchasing or renting books for the classes they’re taking and then selling or returning them at the end of the semester. Seeing the possibility that many students may not be able to use all the books they purchased or rented, […]

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Child Development Center delivers quality education

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Child Development Center delivers quality education

The San Joaquin Delta College Child Development Center provides an all-day preschool program for children between the ages of 18 months to five years. “Our priority for our enrollment is for Delta students,” said Child Development Center Director Nancy Cook. “We are looking for families that are demonstrating the need […]

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Pieology serves up slices in Lincoln Center

March 14, 2017 2:47 pm0 comments
Pieology serves up slices in Lincoln Center

Grabbing an affordable, delicious and time efficient meal is now easier. Busy college students can now venture to Lincoln Center to get pizza or salads and still be back in time for classes before the Danner café’s line has gone down. “I usually don’t get food between classes because I […]

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Empowering women on campus

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Empowering women on campus

Delta College events aim to raise awareness of Women’s History Month San Joaquin Delta College will be hosting a variety of events for Women’s History Month this March. One of the events is the play reading of Stirrups, which occurs on March 14 at 12:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Stirrups […]

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Delta history connected to Pacific

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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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Going for a ride-a-long with campus police

March 10, 2017 2:10 pm0 comments
Going for a ride-a-long with campus police

My intentions of Exploring with Evelyn were to participate in and experience some of the activities Delta has to offer students. The San Joaquin Delta College District Police isn’t  a sports team or club students can join on whim, but I have always respected the police department and its efforts […]

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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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