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Bill aims to fund true costs of college

Senate Bill 291 would expand financial aid offerings Community college costs more than just tuition, leading to some...

Media literacy will help filter trash on your feed

In the Information Age, there’s a plethora of ways for us to access information about the world. Yet even with all these options, we...

EPIC Club inspires leadership skills for students

There is a new club on campus for Fall. The Empowering Positive Initiatives for Change is also known as EPIC Club. “The club was formed because...

Senate candidates vie for votes at Pacific-hosted debate

Five leading candidates for California’s open U.S. Senate seat debated at University of the Pacific for the first time on Monday, April 25.

College students simulate senate debate

University of the Pacific hosted a mock debate featuring local forensics students Monday, April 26 at the Janet Leigh Theatre just before the U.S....

Unions protest at board meeting

On April 19, Delta’s campus became host of a protest held by the two campus unions: California School Educators Association and the San Joaquin...

Clubs night promotes camaraderie

Student activities and a student driven volunteer committee brought some of Delta College’s most involved students together for a night of games, food and...

Vertically challenged: With repairs continuing, elevator issues inconvenience campus

Delta College students, faculty and staff aren’t going up. With the Holt elevator down for long-term maintenance, and the Shima elevator regularly breaking, disabled...

Stockton is Magnificent: Delta College Plaza comes alive in vibrant celebration...

Delta College’s campus hosted the fifth Stockton is Magnificent event on Saturday, April 2. More than 100 organizations participated in the festivities including The Collegian...

Disney film anticipated for former student

Employment opportunities for Mexican immigrants often include hard labor positions – working in the field, mowing lawns or taking care of other’s children. Rarely do...

Super Tuesday: Dominating the ring

March 1, also known as Super Tuesday, marked the biggest day for the presidential primaries. Ten out of 11 participating states were the same for...

Chancellor visits Delta campus

On Wednesday, Feb. 24 the Chancellor of California Community Colleges, Dr. Brice Harris visited Delta’s campus as part of a Chancellor’s Circle event. Harris was...

2016 election update

In the 2016 election year, the race isn’t just starting to heat up – it’s been on fire for some time. The campaign for president...

Water on Mars, NASA says

NASA recently announced water has been found on Mars’ surface with the evidence to back it up. Scientists have found dark streaks and large carvings...

Paint prep goes bad

The Budd Building painting project got off to an unpleasant start after week- end pressure washing caused water dam- age. Power washing was done by...

Stock market recovering

A month has gone by since the Dow Jones industrial average dropped 1,000 points and ended the day with nearly a 600 point loss....

KWDC officially launches station

Delta’s Radio and Television program launched KWDC 93.5 FM, its student-run radio station this month, KWDC broadcasts throughout Stockton and streams worldwide from its website. For...

Students left without plan

On April 26, Corinthian Colleges announced it would permanently close its remaining 28 ground campuses across the U.S including all 10 Heald College locations in California.

Public wants doors reopened

Stockton’s Fair Oaks Library, located on E. Main St, closed in 2010 during the city’s bankruptcy crisis. It was to be closed temporarily, but since...

Open campus causes concern

With recent construction making Delta College a more open campus, there are concerns about security and safety. “Delta College has always been a relatively closed...
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