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No one escaped the impact of virus

Director of Marketing, Communications and Outreach Alex Breitler captures a vaccination during an on-campus clinic for employees 50 and older on Feb....

Live with Pourzanjani

On March 22, Delta College President/Superintendent Dr. Omid Pourzanjani hosted his second Instagram Live Q&A session of the semester.

Vaccinations begin with aim to get more shots to staff ...

Delta College began vaccinating its staff on Feb. 23.  A vaccination clinic was opened in the Blanchard Gymnasium to...

Duo ‘1984’ makes political statements through music

A duo of former Delta College students hope their new band will make a mark on the vibrant art and culture scene...

Spring 2021 virtual commencement ceremony planned

In a campus-wide email sent on Feb. 10, Delta College announced it will hold a virtual Commencement ceremony for Summer 2020, Fall...

Delta College now a COVID-19 testing location

Delta College is now offering COVID-19 testing to anyone from the general public, made possible through a partnership with San Joaquin County...

Revisions to academic calendar considered after faculty outcry

The early start to the spring semester has been met with a negative response from faculty and students, prompting administration to revisit...

Coria named interim Vice President of Student Services

Delta College is seeing changes in administration at the beginning of the Spring 2021 semester, including within the Student Services department.

Delta looks to become vaccination site for county

Delta College is in talks with San Joaquin County to become a COVID-19 vaccination site. According to Alex Breitler,...

Delta Drama stages first virtual production

Delta Drama staged a virtual production of “The War of the Worlds,” a famous radio play based off of English author H.G....

College student helps out ‘One Mask at a Time’

College student and Ripon resident Shaista Afzal is on a mission to make San Joaquin County a safer place, one mask at...

Students dissatisfied with counseling experiences

Over the course of the Fall 2020 semester, Delta College students reported having a difficult time receiving assistance from the Counseling Center,...

Mental health days more necessary than ever

Now more than ever, it’s important for us to take care of our mental health. For the past eight...

Time for a divided America to heal

It’s America’s time to heal. While results aren’t yet certified, Democratic nominee Joe Biden is the projected winner of...

Prop 22 passage means work remains ‘gig’

The future of the gig economy in California is looking up. On Nov. 3, voters in California passed Proposition...

Lincoln leads mayoral race

Challenger Kevin Lincoln is leading the Stockton mayoral race over Mayor Michael Tubbs. Challenger Kevin Lincoln is the...

America chooses new direction

The United States will soon have a new leader. While the results haven’t been finalized, Democratic nominee and former...

Online test proctoring services cause concerns about equity, privacy

The transition to distance education meant institutions had to find a new monitoring system for assessments. At the beginning...

Big issues at center of mayoral race

With the general election nearing on Nov. 3, Stockton voters will soon have to decide who will lead the city as mayor...

Delta resources aid undocumented students

Delta College student Fernando Cardenas has overcome massive obstacles in his pursuit to achieving his dream of a higher education.
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