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Local task force helps protect Stockton citizens

The Junior Angels training Center had its grand opening in Stockton, California. In attendance were the chamber’s ambassadors, Dynamic Leaderships tools, Caravan Gourmet Gifts and...

‘Whipping Man’ debuts: Play takes viewers back in to civil war...

The Collegian interviews Donna Marie, director of “The Whipping Man,” and fellow actors Denmark Ves and Larry Lee Roberson. Q: Give us a preview about...

Experiencing Grape-Con: Celebrities and locals unite to celebrate new, old comics

I saw a lot of costumes, cosplay and people having fun and taking photos. I ran into a cosplayer, Lauren VonBehren, dressed up as...

Delta professor stars in self-written play

“Across the Border con Camacho,” directed by Donna Marie, was hosted by a new theater group called Telling Our Authentic Stories Theater Company (TOASTCO)...

Taps Bar-N-Grill review

I’m greeted by the hostess as I walk into Taps Bar-N-Grill, who talks to me about the Taps Card and how to get signed...

Event showcases importance of cancer awareness, bring campus together

On Oct. 16, 50 shades of pink were displayed as people gathered in Danner Hall. Visitors saw décor with flowers and pink lights while...

ASDC students step up to help custodians during staff shortage

Danner Hall’s cafeteria can get a little messy, especially with custodian shortages in recent months. Members of the Associated Students of Delta College have stepped...

Instructors celebrate student achievement at outstanding recognition award ceremony

On May 4, Delta College hosted the bi-annual Outstanding Student Recognition Award Ceremony at the Atherton Auditorium. The event recognized students nominated for academic achievement...

Asparagus Festival returns, exceeds expectations

The Asparagus Festival has a new home. This year the festival moved from Weber Point to the San Joaquin County fairgrounds. The Festival was a...

Q & A: New Delta Board of Trustee members discuss goals,...

Richard Vasquez and Catherine Mathis are two new members of the Delta College Board of Trustees. Both were elected to the board in the...

Students march for higher education

The annual March in March took place at the State Capitol on Monday, March 2. The event began at 9 a.m. and unlike previous years,...

Trucks bring new meaning to fast food

Everywhere a hungry patron goes these days, there’s a food truck waiting. And it’s not just taco trucks. In San Joaquin County now, there are burger...

Restrooms shut down after sewer line back up

Delta College closed campus at 3 p.m Nov. 24 to prevent a bathroom backup. The sewer backup was located on the west side of campus...

Delta Pride aims to make campus safe, welcoming for students

There are many clubs at Delta College offering different activities. One club in particular aims to bring awareness about the LGBTQ+ community. Delta Pride’s main purpose...

Quad area sees crowd of students for Oktoberfest celebration

Students formed a crowd in the quad as Associate Students of Delta College (ASDC) Senator Robert Duran worked to hype everyone up during the...

One microwave for thousands make for long lines, students being late...

In Danner Hall, people may wonder what the long line is for. The ATM? No it’s just for the microwave. And stomachs are growling and waiting...

Stockton Is Magnificent moves to Victory Park

The annual Stockton is Magnificent event took place on Oct. 4 at Victory Park. The park was alive with fun activities, music, children playing, drawing,...

BOOK SWAP Free books return in Danner Hall on Tuesday

BOOKS, BOOKS FOR ALL: “ Book Swap is hosted by the Writer’s Guild, and essentially the event was to promote literacy among our college...

Group gathering in Danner Hall after temporary closures of other...

What is your opinion on groups gathering in Danner Hall? It seems there’s been more gamers, high school students and assorted characters now hanging out...

Flooding relocates campus offices, causes confusion for students

An early August flood in the DeRicco Student Services Building has forced essential campus offices to relocate for the first part of the semester. Officers...
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