On Feb. 9 Alpha Rho Tau, or the A.R.T. Club for short, hosted its first meeting of the semester.Read more ›
Every year around Feb. 14, we offer our lovers chocolates and carnival prizes.
But what about something less artificial than artery clogging candy or cotton filled pets?Read more ›
Clubs’ Rush week began Monday, Feb. 7. Campus clubs have came out to show their spirit and hopefully build membership rosters. The rush is a mandatory event held at the beginning of each semester that gives campus clubs a way to reach out to other students.Read more ›
The Interior Design Program at San Joaquin Delta College will be hosting a “Meet the Industry Insiders” event on Wednesday, Feb. 23 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in Danner Hall.
The event is free and open to the public.Read more ›
Navigating college is a process, both financially and academically. For veterans this process has evolved in the recent years with the signing of multiple GI Bills, and both state and national programs. Senior Financial Aid Specialist Lakhana Saini makes clear that the most vital step for any student is to […]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 ›
The San Joaquin Dental Society is offering free dental services for children up to age 17 on a first come first serve basis from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 5.Read more ›
Delta College Community Education is offering “French Film: The Seventh Art” for Spring 2011.Read more ›
Students in need of financial help must have their scholarship information submitted to Delta College by 5 p.m., March 2.Read more ›
San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District will hold a free car clean-up event on Saturday, Jan. 22 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at San Joaquin Delta College in the back campus parking lots. The first 525 vehicles that do not pass the free emissions test, will receive a […]Read more ›
Five dollar donations, 14 volunteers, 22 consecutive years, almost 1,600 lights and more than a mile of decorations made up a ceremony worth remembering. The Hospice of San Joaquin held its annual Tree of Lights ceremony on the corner of Pacific and Yokuts avenues in Stockton on Nov. 23. The […]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 ›
The dedication ceremony for the new Irving Goleman libAdd an Imagerary was held Tuesday, Dec. 7.Read more ›
There are serious concerns as to what will happen to mural in the student activities center, better known as the Shima Corral. The mural, which was painted entirely by Delta students, could soon be destroyed to make way for a new broadcasting program in the Corral. Mario Moreno, artinstructor, started […]Read more ›
Students interested in joining a club might want to try the Model United Nations club. The United Nations’ main goal, said club adviser Matt Wetstein, is to educate how the United Nations works in terms of conflict resolution in a diplomatic setting. Since the club was formed in fall 1999 […]Read more ›
The broadcasting program is due to return to the Delta College curriculum starting in Fall 2001, has caused concerns expressed at the March 6, Board of Trustees meeting. There is a mural that currently occupies where the broadcasting studio is located in Shima. This is a mural that worked on […]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 ›
As students arrived at Santana High School on the morning of March 5, no one knew the tragic fate that was about to befall the quiet suburban community; no one except for a skinny 15-year-old freshman named Charles “Andy” Williams. Two people were killed and 13 wounded when Williams allegedly […]Read more ›
* elected or passed President Candidates Responses Percent Rizvi Zulfi* 146 40.9% Write in 24 6.7% Total 170 48.0% Vice President Candidates Responses Percent Bautisto Luis* 158 44.3% Write in 12 3.4% Total 170 48.0% Treasurer Candidates Responses Percent Macdonald Anjela A* 182 55.7 Write in 3 0.9% Total 185 […]Read more ›