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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...

Delta students visit Google

More than 40 Delta College students and faculty visited Googleplex, the corporate headquarters of Google Inc. on Monday. Funded by the Delta College Foundation, the...

Gas prices back on the rise

After five months, gas prices are back on the rise. The price for a gallon of gas in California is $3.43 as of March 4. According...

Revamped magazine debuts

“Artifact Nouveau” is a literary magazine allowing students, faculty, employees and alumni to channel their creative outlets through writing and art. The recent edition to...

Healthy choices can prevent colds during flu season

With the cold snap, everyone can now feel the season changed. Now it’s time for a prolonged flu season. It’s also time to avoid getting...

Library roof to be replaced after leaks

The Delta College is undergoing yet another renovation, but this time in an unlikely place. The Irving Goleman Library will recieve a new roof after...

Gas prices fall

Gas prices are dropping. The US average price for a gallon of gas is currently $3.14, a drop from this year’s high of $3.71, according...

LODI WILD TURKEY DIES: Some residents are saddened by the affair

For the past six to seven months, a lovable turkey has made his way onto the streets of Lodi and hearts of the community. With...

Multi-million dollar field approved

Delta’s soccer field is getting a makeover. Officials approved a $3.7 million relocation of the soccer field on Sept. 9. The sports field complex was...

Student instructor wanted for fraud

A Delta College employee is under warrant for grand theft and embezzlement. McKinzie Heavenly Harrison, also known as McKinzie Croney, worked for the college’s Culinary Arts...

Unusual cosmic event occurring, some intrigued others concerned

A red moon? What the worlds going to end? What is really a blood moon? Some students believe it to be just another phase of the moon. “It...

Campus veteran cited for questioning man about Ranger uniform code

An incident involving a man allegedly portraying an Army Ranger resulted in a Delta College student being cited on campus last week. A man dressed...

Art & Gift Fair takes over Danner

Delta College’s Fashion Department hosted students, staff, faculty and visitors on campus during the Fashion Club’s annual Art & Gift Fair on March 4-5...

Flu epidemic leaves death toll higher than previous years

The H1N1 virus, also known as influenza, has accounted for more than 300 deaths in California this flu season, six of which were children. San...

Scattered waste leaves campus unsightly

Litter is all over campus. We all see it. But what does Delta do to fix the problem? Groundskeepers on the Delta College campus have a...

New marine highway dedication at Port of Stockton

On Nov. 2, the Port of Stockton held the official dedication ceremony for the new Marine Highway, a passageway to move cargo between the...

2D/3D exhibit brings spotlight to Stockton Arts

A large, 3-D sculpture of a man’s head welcomes visitors to Delta College’s L.H. Horton Gallery in the Shima building. The gallery features pieces of...

Measure A, B could offer solutions to Stockton’s debt, criminal issues

Stockton voters will have some very important decisions to make on the upcoming November  ballot. If approved, Measure A will raise sales taxes in the...

Delta College’s POST Academy prepares cadets for law careers

On Sept. 14, inside the crowded Atherton Auditorium on the grounds of San Joaquin Delta College, 56 members of Delta College’s Peace Officers Standards...

Remembering those lost

AIDS Walk San Joaquin hosted its 23rd Candlelight Vigil Commemoration Service this Dec. 1st, in order to pay tribute to those lost and affected...
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