On May 1, Osama bin Laden was killed in a mission by United States Navy Seals. The Collegian asked the students of San Joaquin Delta College what they thought about the death of the Sept. 11, 2011 mastermind.Read more ›
I sat glaring aimlessly over my sixth grade U.S. history text, not knowing the news in the following minutes would crumble the infrastructure of our national security.
Word spread. Teachers hurried from one classroom to the next announcing what had taken place, enveloping the school in chaos unmatched by anything I’ve yet to experience.
A reality so frightening, so hellish for all, let alone a child, was confirmed by one single word — terror.Read more ›
Editor: I want to thank Gwendolyn Primous, president of San Joaquin Delta College Black Student Union, and Sister Diana Murphy, for both, inviting me, and the extraordinary Men in Black Conference, convened on April 12 at Danner Hall. San Joaquin Delta College can take pride in the conference that was […]Read more ›
To say the future of Delta College is at a crossroads is, well, an understatement.
Questions remain unanswered both locally and state-wide regarding the budget issues which in turn determine what we do and don’t have in the semesters to come.Read more ›
The uprising in Libya began nearly two months ago and not much has changed.
The only difference is foreign intervention, which leader Moammar Gadhafi supporters strongly oppose.Read more ›
There are many fashion trends that can be classified as odd or even inappropriate.
Wearing tights -a thin, form-fitting garment- as if they were pants falls into both categories.Read more ›
The ink of a fallen newspaper will be on the hands of the Yosemite Community College District Board of Trustees.
In a 7-0 vote, the Board of Trustees agreed that the best way to satisfy the budget at Modesto Junior College was to cut whole programs.Read more ›
For the second time in three years Forbes Magazine has named Stockton the most miserable city in America. The unscientific study gives Stocktonians something to talk about and livens up conversation, but is the article true? We believe Stockton is what you make of it. The Collegian staff, many of […]Read more ›
The rising costs of class materials has caused major inconveniences for San Joaquin Delta College students, particularly in this tough economic climate.Read more ›
The new Kinect system for the Xbox 360 was suspect at first.
There were rumors of third-party developers, such as Netflix, being able to watch users while they used the software. The interactive menus seemed very bulky and well… ugly.
Upon further review, and actual use of Kinect, I see that Microsoft’s first foray into motion gaming is a success.Read more ›
As if construction wasn’t enough to cloud our vicinity with dust balls and ear wrenching sounds, smokers on campus have unofficially expanded their territory. Have you ever passed behind Shima and found yourself holding your breath? Have you entered the Cunningham drop off circle, near the daycare center, and had […]Read more ›
Fundamentally I don’t think there is anything wrong with a college newspaper running a story on a student that works as an exotic dancer. In fact if the story had been handled in different manner it could have been fascinating. An eye opening look into a job that most people […]Read more ›
Twenty-five states currently have laws stating English is their official state language. Some would say that it’s a matter of common sense; you must be able to speak the primary language of a country in order to function in society. Others would say that those laws are simply another example […]Read more ›