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Political Science department works to set up success for students

Students in the political science department at Delta College say that the program equips them with the knowledge and the experience they...

COVID-19: The firsthand experience

At the start of the pandemic, it seemed rare to find a person who knew someone that had the Coronavirus, particularly young...

Newsflash Trump: You’re fired

Former President Donald Trump made quite the spectacle of himself in his last months in office. Not that it...

Ag program teaches hands-on skills

The agriculture program at Delta College offers students, agriculture-based majors or not, hand-on experience with plants, animals and farm work.

Nomination of Amy Coney Barrett as Supreme Court justice leads to...

Amy Coney Barrett was sworn in as the 115th Supreme Court justice on Oct. 27, succeeding the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. 

Sharing the spirit of Halloween in Ripon

Something about the air just feels different when the calendar turns to Oct. 1. There’s a certain crispness and...

Media literacy a must

Like a game of telephone, misinformation can be spread from person to person when people don’t analyze the information they’re being given. 

Absurdity of gender reveals prevalent

Gender reveal parties have gotten increasingly over-the-top as expecting parents compete to put on the most creative announcement. These...

Delta Foundation looks to revamp college fundraising efforts

The Delta College Foundation discussed its role in helping Delta groups raise and manage funds, as well as how to support the...

Mass change, mass disappointment at Taco Bell

On Aug. 13, Taco Bell 86’d a wide swath of menu items including fan favorites, the Spicy Potato Soft Taco and Triple...

What’s next for 2020?

With four months left of this seemingly endless year, there is a looming question: “What next?” There was a...

California reopening: When will it happen?

As the days in quarantine grow longer, the question starts to arise: How long will these stay-at-home orders last?

County officials: Stay at home efforts effective in slowing COVID-19 spread

Tired of staying at home? Wondering when this is all going to end? A lot of people are doing their part to...
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