Tag: opinion

April fools is a joke; and not a funny one

From the famous Google Maps Pacman game to the infamous left-handed Whopper, companies will pull every trick in the book to generate...

Math wrongfully loathed by students

Ask any high schooler in America what their least favorite subject is and there is one subject you’ll get more than others:...

Courage becoming a dying value in today’s society

As the human race evolved, human civilization as a whole, advanced creating empires, doctrines, technology and all the wonders and privileges we enjoy today. We...

Black men guilty before innocent

Emmett Till, a 14-year old African American was abducted, mutilated, beat and also shot, by two white men in August 1955. His murder case helped...

Fans to be reimbursed after Kanye ends show

Kanye in hospital after cutting performance short at Golden 1 Center Kanye West has always been known to speak his mind and his concerts are...

When will black lives actually matter?

Terence Crutcher Keith Lamont Scott. You know their names because they’ve become the latest hashtags in the American war on police brutality. The United States has become...

Kaepernick’s kneeling gets bipolar reactions

It’s generally customary, not mandatory, to stand and place your right hand over your heart during the playing of the National Anthem. But on Aug....

Target doesn’t care who uses what bathroom

Target has done it again. Taking a step in the more progressive direction, the retail store has decided to let transgender individuals use whatever gender...

Kesha’s lost lawsuit brings attention to women’s rights

By now many have heard about the lawsuit involving pop singer Kesha, and her producer Lukasz Gottwald, or Dr. Luke. The lawsuit involves Kesha...

Youtube allows anyone to show the world their talent, but there’s...

What if there was YouTube back in the days of vintage Rock ‘n’ Roll? Would Elvis still be the King or would he just...

Editorial: Don’t be ignorant in conversations of race

Race is an undeniable factor that seems to involve nearly everything we do. Delta College is a diverse campus with a reputation for welcoming people...

Micheal Bay delivers intense action on a heavily debated Benghazi incident

After its first few weeks in theaters, “13 Hours” has now become this year’s first underrated film. Following the popularity of similar movies like “Zero...

Remembering those Delta community has lost

Delta College has recently lost current and former staff members. The Collegian believes it is important to remember these members of our community, particularly since...

Mustang Voice: How early is too early to begin the holiday...

“The day after Halloween is kind of early but… Christmas in my opinion is happiness and joy and positive stuff so I don’t think...

MAKING A CASE FOR YOUNG MILLENNIALS: We continue to shape the...

Millennials are probably the most judged generation in America. I’m sure you rolled your eyes just reading the word “millennial.” Labeled as lazy and narcissistic, Millennials...

Tobacco too accessible for youth

In mid-August, California lawmakers approved six anti-tobacco laws that not only helped ban e-cigarettes, but also proposed the state raise the tobacco consumption age...

Lee’s NBA 2K16 racially biased

NBA 2K has been the most popular basketball simulator. It’s one of the most successful of all sports games in recent years, but developers...

Political correctness, the new American culture

America has lost its core values. We live in a society driven by political correctness. “Politically correct” has become an excuse to point fingers. It’s allowed...

Our bodies and the law: Where is the line?

People fight on both sides over abortion, legalization of drugs and mandatory vaccinations as if they’re unrelated, but I believe the bottom line of...

Not going up: Elevator maintenance causes frustration

Delta’s campus has experienced major elevator repairs since the summer semester that have caused frustration for students and staff. Two of the many students affected...
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