Delta to host heart attack awareness event

February 2, 2017 11:28 am0 comments

San Joaquin Delta College will host a Heart Attack & Stroke awareness fair on Saturday, Feb. 11 from 3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Locke Building. This is a free event. All students are invited. The fair will provide information about learning the warning signs and symptoms for heart attack and stroke. […]

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Delta College Celebrates Black History Month

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San Joaquin Delta College celebrates Black History Month, February 1-24 with each week having a special showcase. All events are free and open to the public. There will be several of events going on including film screening, keynote speakers, chicken and waffle scholarship fundraiser, and theater production. Black History Month […]

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Engineering program hosts high school competition

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San Joaquin Delta College will host the 30th Annual Engineering and Technology Day on Friday, Feb. 3. This event is put on by the school’s Engineering Program. This day of engineering starts at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 3 p.m. in the Holt Center and Tillie Lewis Theatre. This event […]

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Delta College ASDC Offers Food to Students in Need

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Currently enrolled San Joaquin Delta College students can receive free groceries from the Associated Students of Delta College Food Pantry by completing an online application. The Food Pantry is located inside the Student Activities office in Shima 101C and is open Monday and Thursday, 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. for student pick-up. Proof of enrollment […]

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Caltrans Allegedly Mistreats Homeless

December 13, 2016 9:22 am0 comments

A line of tents runs along the slough, directly under the Interstate 5 freeway. It doesn’t always stay along Weber Avenue, though. Sometimes the individuals who sleep there are moved, forced to relocate throughout the month. These people – some with mental health issues, some veterans and others just down […]

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Women identify as ‘nasty’ after Trump comment

December 12, 2016 10:19 pm0 comments

The final 2016 presidential debate on Oct. 19 was the last opportunity for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump to reach undecided voters. The debate covered issues impacting American people including gun control, national debt, women’s health rights and immigration.  When Chris Wallace, the moderator, asked the […]

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Colleges, cities adopt ‘sanctuary’ statuses

December 8, 2016 1:14 pm0 comments

A safe haven is defined as a place of refuge or security, a sanctuary of sort. Sanctuary is the word to define this predicament. As a result of the Nov. 8 election people have started taking steps to protect undocumented immigrants against president-elect Donald Trump. Students have joined the Trump […]

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Young voters optimistic leading to election

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First-time voters sometimes stand in silence, as if they didn’t want to know what the person in front or behind them was thinking or whom they be voting for, along with the other hundred or so experienced voters waiting for their shot at the ballot on Nov. 8. Ebony Gonzales, […]

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Stockton solider killed in Afghanistan bombing

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Stockton soldier Sgt. John W. Perry died Nov. 12 from serious injuries caused by an alleged suicide bomber in Bagram, Afghanistan. According to the U.S. Department of Defense, the 30-year old soldier was assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Special Troops Battalion, 1st Sustainment Brigade and 1st Cavalry Division […]

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‘Making a Murderer’ Nephew fighting for release from prison

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  “Making a Murderer” was one of Netflix’s biggest hits in 2016.  The documentary series told the tragic story of Steven Avery’s involvement in two controversial cases. The first was a 1985 arrest where Avery was accused of assaulting a woman named Penny Ann Beerntsen while jogging alone on a […]

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Pride Club sees resolution in space dispute

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The posters, games and stuffed animals that once adorned Delta College’s Pride Center are sitting in a storage unit, with Pride Club members awaiting direction as to when the items will be displayed again. A more sterile setting has been in place in recent weeks, after members of the campus […]

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Delta to adopt genderless bathrooms

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Delta College will soon be joining the growing ranks of colleges that are designating gender-neutral restrooms on campus. A location for the restrooms has not been officially determined as of yet, though it appears that restrooms located in the Forum building are the most likely candidates to undergo transformation. “It […]

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North County site discussion resumes

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A feasibility study of a location in Galt — the site currently referred to as the North County Center — was reviewed by the Board of Trustees at the Nov. 15 meeting. The plan calls for the land to include a teaching farm to accommodate animal husbandry and crops, leading […]

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Holiday blues begone

December 6, 2016 10:19 pm0 comments

The holidays are fast approaching and many already know what that means – “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year!” Although, if this isn’t the case for you, then hop aboard the not-so-jolly train. Despite the otherwise joyous season, the “Holiday Blues” are a common problem among Americans and […]

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AFFIRM welcomes high school students to campus

December 2, 2016 2:16 pm0 comments

On Dec. 1, Delta College played host to 30 high school students from across Stockton affiliated with the AFFIRM program, in hopes of peaking the interest of the young students in college with a tour of the Electrical Microscopy labs within the Microscopy and Allied Sciences building adjacent to the […]

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Delta students protest Donald Trump in hope to unify

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On Nov. 8, Donald Trump shook the world when he was elected president. On Nov. 9, Americans of all ages shook the ground as they marched through the busy streets of cities, signs and posters in hand, united, banded together against their new president-elect. Anti-Trump rallies and protests have been […]

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Drama marks end of semester with ‘A Christmas Carol’

November 29, 2016 1:37 pm0 comments
Drama marks end of semester with ‘A Christmas Carol’

Delta Drama is welcoming the festive season with the holiday classic “A Christmas Carol.”

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Love Trumps hate: Delta students walkout of class for protest

November 17, 2016 1:40 pm0 comments
Love Trumps hate: Delta students walkout of class for protest

Peaceful Donald Trump protestors are spreading their message on delta college until 1:30 p.m.. “The reason of our protest, the reason why we are doing this, is because we want to bring people together throughout all this division and throughout the separation,” said Nathaniel Vutthy. “We already have hate in […]

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Instructor ethnicity examined as key to student success

November 10, 2016 1:12 pm0 comments

Have you ever wondered if there’s a reason why children excel better in certain classes and have trouble in others? Or why the subject students are failing at are the subject they excelled in the year before? A recent study published in Educational Researcher “found that all students, regardless of […]

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Stockton veteran remembered for loving character

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“He was our daddy before all of that,” she said with reminiscing smile. “He was 10-feet tall and bulletproof.” Her voice echoes from the kitchen throughout the rest of the living room, which is directly attached to it. An obvious patriotic color scheme, complimented by other red, white, blue home […]

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