13 reasons leads to conversations about bullying

April 21, 2017 8:37 am0 comments

In this tech savvy world you’d expect things to be better. People can communicate with loved ones far away, buy things such as groceries from home, find a spouse online and the list goes on. But everything good has a bad. Tysen Benz, an 11 year old from Marquette, Michigan […]

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Learning when to push the plate away

April 20, 2017 12:47 pm0 comments
Learning when to push the plate away

Are we disregarding health in order to promote a body-positive society? We are allowing people around us to be unhealthy and lose the balance on what’s realistic and good for them in life. Body acceptance comes with cons and we shouldn’t ignore the fact that we are allowing  some people […]

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Controversy leaves Kaepernick unsigned

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Vegan diet. Too skinny. Too high of an asking price. These are all excuses used by NFL general managers and owners to explain why Colin Kaepernick hasn’t been signed. Colin Kaepernick made noise last season for his year-long protest or kneeling during the National Anthem, which caused a huge controversy […]

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Breaking out from being an introvert

April 12, 2017 8:57 pm0 comments

When I walk into class I am greeted by the silence of everyone trying their hardest not to talk to one another. In high school, people wouldn’t stop talking. The change from high school to a junior college was a weird transition because of how isolated everyone is from each […]

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Do you have wifi?

April 11, 2017 12:39 pm0 comments

Its no secret opinions on the wifi at Delta College are less than spectacular. If anyone is reading this story online you have my sympathy as you’ll be waiting over triple the time for the page to load. Jessica Fotheringham, a third-semester student at Delta calls the wifi “terrible” and […]

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AARP members still got it

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You know how that one old saying goes: “You’re never too old to go back to school.” That saying reigns true now more than ever as the older generation are making a return to the classroom. I truly believe that it doesn’t matter if you’re young or old, college is […]

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Marines dishonored on Facebook

April 10, 2017 1:38 pm0 comments

The Marine’s storied history is being sullied. Despite having served just as capably as male counterparts in both Iraq and Afghanistan, women in the Marines seem to be unable to earn the respect of a sizable chunk of their fellow Marines no matter what they do. Marines United, a private […]

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Potholes on campus ruining one car at a time

March 16, 2017 8:58 am0 comments
Potholes on campus ruining one car at a time

Following a sequence of persistent rains, Delta College is seeing potholes across its various parking lots. Ranging from the size of a fist, to larger than a tire, and as deep as your vastest textbook, the potholes get larger and deeper as the rain continues to fall. The potholes are […]

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Youngsters take over campus

March 15, 2017 1:01 pm0 comments

I once worked at a church day camp. is was a bad idea for two reasons I’m an atheist, and I really hate children. Children are selfish, loud, entitled and they cry at the drop of a hat. Whenever they’re brought on tours of the campus problems follow in their wake. […]

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PewDiePie’s jokes not taken lightly

March 13, 2017 8:31 am0 comments

PewDiePie is the largest channel on YouTube, with more than 54 million subscribers. Recently the content creator has come under fire with media outlets calling him “anti-Semitic.” It started over a website called “Fiverr,” in which you pay someone to do something for $5. The PewDiePie channel is a comedic […]

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Why Women’s History Month matters

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Women’s History Month is a great way to honor and remember women’s contributions to society and history. It is a time to learn about Women’s History, to discuss and honor brave women who were willing to stand out and break from the chains of what were the so called proper, […]

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HOMEWARD BOUND: Not every aspect of staying home for college is good

March 12, 2017 8:46 pm0 comments

While movies portray the fatal moving day, where a college freshman moves into a new dorm and parents say a bittersweet goodbye, this isn’t a reality for all college students. College students who live at home and attend a community college or a four-year college nearby encounter a power struggle […]

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‘Mom shaming’ not necessary

February 24, 2017 8:30 pm0 comments

Motherhood is a tiresome and thankless road many women go through because it’s part of life. It’s not as easy as it’s depicted on TV shows. It’s not cute or just a “walk through the park” with children. It’s questioning whether it’s poop in your ngernails or chocolate. It’s facing […]

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Travel costs too high for most

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Every year thousands of people register for airplane flights in order to go on vacation later that year, especially during summer time. Common places to go on vacation during the summer are Hawaii, New York City, as well as certain cities in Europe, such as Paris or Rome. These places […]

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Library policy requires students pay price for late reserves

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Library policy requires students pay price for late reserves  Judging a book by its cover is often a mistake many tend to make. Delta College’s Goleman Library has strived to improve students’ access to books for years. The library “Reserve Program” allows Delta students to check out classroom books and […]

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#PressOn spotlights modern journalism

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If you’ve been on any social media in the last couple weeks – mainly Twitter – you might have seen the hashtag #PressOn. e campaign pushes the power of journalism and, more importantly, pushes people to subscribe to a media outlet and take a picture of the receipt and post […]

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