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Lalo Alcaraz speaks at Delta

April 20, 2017 1:53 pm0 comments
Lalo Alcaraz speaks at Delta

Lalo Alcaraz, political cartoonist and radio host, speaks in the Tillie Lewis Theatre on April 19. Alcarez’s talk covered his work, much of which is political by nature.

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Learning when to push the plate away

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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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Mustangs slide into second half of season

April 14, 2017 1:16 pm0 comments

The Mustangs came away with a solid win March 30, against Monterey Peninsula College with a 9-5 score. The Mustangs now sit at 22-5 on the season and have a two game winning streak going into the second half of the season. This win was due to a second inning […]

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Cancelled courses cause concern

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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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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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Power Rangers reborn

April 11, 2017 1:12 pm0 comments

“It’s Morphin’ Time” indeed. Saban’s Power Rangers movie premiered on March 24 and as far as remakes go this movie could go both ways. Nostalgia was a big factor in creating this movie as it served as a tribute to the original 1990 series while at the same time giving […]

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Delta’s market serves community

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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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Do you have wifi?

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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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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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On-site campus center available to help students with studies

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On-site campus center available to help students with studies

Delta College’s campus welcomes all students, athletes or non-athletes, into The Zone, the Student-athlete center that serves as a one-on-one tutoring center and quiet study hall. “The Zone was established to give student athletes a place to study and help them get priority registration for classes by completing a three […]

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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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Oscars in review

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The 89th annual Academy Awards wrapped up and will go down as the most memorable Oscars in history, for all the wrong reasons. As in previous years there’s always that one film that dominates almost every single category but that did not happen this year. “La La Land” won six […]

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April marks Autism Awareness Month

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April is Autism Awareness Month. “One in 45 children, ages three through 17 have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD),” according to Autism Speaks, autismspeaks.org. Autism is one of the fastest-growing developmental disorders in the country. It cannot be cured. Some characteristics of autism are: wanting to be alone, […]

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Wolverine makes a comeback

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Marvel has done it yet again. Logan was released on March 3 and it lived up to Marvel fans’ expectations. With the original X-Men movies, the X-Men first class movies, and the Wolverine movies, fans were wondering how Marvel was going to continue after the “X Men: Apocalypse.” In “X-Men […]

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Staff writer picks potential Grammy winner

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Album of the year   “25” _ Adele   Though people argue that Beyonce has won with her Lemonade album don’t count Adele out with hit songs like Hello, Send My Love (To your lover), and Water Under the Bridge being the most requested on the radio.   Record of […]

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Morphin’ time?

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Morphin’ time?

I don’t think I’ll ever look at “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” the same way after seeing the new movie. Adaptations of older films or other entertainment properties will always be an interesting and infuriating topic. Over the past decade, and especially in recent years, the film industry has been going […]

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Delta College Baseball team explain their walk up songs

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What exactly is a walk-up song? A walk-up song in baseball is usually a way to announce who’s at bat while at the same time getting the crowd excited for what’s to come. Imagine if we were to ask the baseball team of San Joaquin Delta College why they choose […]

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Tapping into a new market

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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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