Tag: Stockton

E-40’s Delta concert lit

Bay Area rap artist E-40 entertained a crowd of at best 100 during the “Dollars for Degrees” benefit concert April 27 at Atherton Auditorium. The...

Safety concerns arise as student brings machete to campus

As Delta College students and police officers gathered together for “Coffee with a Cop” on Sept. 7, the event was interrupted when concerned students...

Delivery service helps battle the crimson tide

Small businesses help cities thrive. Stockton is no exception. You can find a business and a clientele for anything — even feminine products. Toni Valenzuela, 50,...

Popular artisan market moves to Miracle Mile

The Stockton Stock Market, a flea market that highlights local artisans, made their move from Weber St. up to the Miracle Mile on Sept....

Stockton’s golden idea: New photo club shows love for city

A sense of pride is flowing through Stockton and continues to grow each day. It’s easy for those who have been in Stockton for...

City council, supervisor candidates voice positions

There’s more to elections than selecting the next president of the United States. Local city council and county supervisor elections will impact individuals far more...

Mayoral Smackdown: Candidates for Stockton’s top office discuss platforms during event...

Stockton’s seven mayoral candidates met on May 3 at San Joaquin Delta College’s North Forum to discuss platforms for the upcoming election. Gary Malloy, Tony...

Brewing up success one cold beer at a time

Channel Brewing Co. already successful before potential brewery launch this summer Stockton is on the rise, a slow rebirth of sorts. People in the city...

‘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...

Helping younger women have a voice

Stockton is becoming the center of attention for revitalization projects, and another individual wants to help. Mariah Looney, a 23 year-old business major at...

CREATING A NEW VISION: Huddle offers space for start-ups

Downtown Stockton is making a comeback. With the Stockmarket, Stockton Visitor’s Bureau and other local businesses putting Stockton on the forefront, many people are...

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...

Making an impact in 55 words

On March 31 Tuleburg Press released a book of poems titled, “55 and Counting: poems by David Waldon”, authored by Stockton resident and former...

Animal shelter helps community

Even after a blossoming three years at Stockton’s animal shelter, Mayor Anthony Silva is still calling for reform. Silva said he wants to “place a...

Ten Space approved for downtown revitalization project

Ten Space is a development group investing in renovation of downtown Stockton with its Open Window Project, which was recently approved by Stockton City...

Brockovich addresses water crisis

Stockton’s water controversy came to campus on Monday, Feb. 1. Once a widely unknown and common practice of cities municipalities’ water treatment has sparked a...

Former Delta student lives childhood dream by creating clothing, lifestyle for...

Kelsea Macnamara, a 22 year-old former Delta student, greets shoppers with a warm, inviting smile as she explains her business at the re- cent...

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...

Delta photography student shares message of former struggle, hope

For our final project in Photography 1A Mrs. (Kirstyn) Russell gave her class five choices on what subject we wanted to portray. I chose Street Photography with the goal to give others a more personal look into the lives of the less fortu- nate (The Homeless).

Not all protests are marked with violence

The First Amendment to the Constitution clearly lays out that you shall be given the freedom to peacefully assemble. Recent events have brought this fundamental...