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PHOTO GALLERY: Delta students trek to Google

March 24, 2015 10:07 pm0 comments
PHOTO GALLERY: Delta students trek to Google
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Cunningham footprint turns into plaza

March 22, 2015 6:53 pm0 comments
Cunningham footprint turns into plaza

Since the demolition of the Cunningham building wrapped up last Fall semester, students have wondered what will replace it. Delta College has begun construction on a Science & Mathematics Plaza which will be an open space for students, faculty and staff use. “It will be easier access to the Science […]

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Body art no longer problem for getting jobs

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We know some employers are picky when it comes to tattoos and piercings. But is this conservative view fading away? With more and more people indulging in body art, it’s not a surprise that many employers are letting it slide. In 2012, a survey said one in five adults in […]

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Who gets to decide your future?

March 21, 2015 5:36 pm0 comments

Sitting at the kitchen table, with parents on both sides of you, the discussion about college begins. For most who have had the college conversation with their parents, they got an ear full about which major would lead towards a great career. Parents want to make sure we achieve the […]

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Midterms are coming: How do students prepare?

March 20, 2015 4:33 pm0 comments
Midterms are coming: How do students prepare?

It is midterm season for Delta College and students are using various study meth- ods to pass midterms. Midterms are a stressful time for students. Stress comes naturally for an assignment with such a big factor in a final grade. Each student has different methods for studying. Orlando Patino studies […]

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Delta professor does more than teach biology

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During fall and spring semester Dr. Paul Ustach teaches biology to students. In the summer at the Yosemite National Park, Ustach is an interpreter park ranger. There are several types of park rangers. Interpreter rangers give out information out to the visitors. Ustach guides tours about the park’s history, the […]

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Delta students visit Google

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Delta students visit Google

More than 40 Delta College stu- dents and faculty visited Googleplex, the corporate headquarters of Google Inc. on Monday. Funded by the Delta College Foun- dation, the trip gave students and faculty the opportunity to tour the Mountain View campus as well as meet with former Delta students now working […]

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49ers suddenly not so golden

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49ers suddenly not so golden

Over the past five seasons, the San Francisco 49ers have been mentioned as a top-tier team. The 49ers delivered on the hype by appearing in three consecutive NFC Championships and a Super Bowl. Then the 2014 season ended in mediocrity and no playoff appearance. After long speculation of the head […]

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Celebrating women making history in today’s world

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Celebrating women making history in today’s world

Women have come a long way in the past century. For Women’s History Month, The Collegian wanted to take a few moments to recognize some of the incredible women positively using their influence in the world today. Mary Barra – Barra became the first woman CEO of an automaker company […]

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SPORTS UPDATE: Free agency starts NFL season

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NFL CHANGES The NFL free agency period officially started the season. The wackiness erupted at a rapid pace the moment trades began to occur for major talent, not just potential draft picks. Names such as Jimmy Graham (Seahawks), Kiko Alonso (Eagles), Lesean McCoy (Bills) and Mike Wallace (Vikings) all shipped […]

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Captured moments on video raise questions

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Captured moments on video raise questions

Cameras will more often than not be witnesses to all incidents and/or events. It’s the digital age, and cameras are everywhere and in presumably everyone’s pockets and purses. Meaning simply be careful what you do (at all times) because you never know who or what is watching. But perhaps one […]

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Live action, big screen, all Disney

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Disney is known for making our “dreams come true” and having that special place in our childhoods. On March 23, Disney’s live-action version of “Cinderella” was released in theaters. This movie has been much anticipated since the trailer debuted. Now, Disney has announced it is also remaking “Beauty & the […]

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#Trending: Boba Tea

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#Trending: Boba Tea

Boba Tea is the new craze sweeping the West Coast. People of all ages are lining up to buy this foreign tea. Boba Tea, also called Pearl Milk Tea, is Taiwanese. It was invented in Taichung in the 1980s. Boba is made up of milk tea and tapioca balls. This […]

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Textbooks: Important material or dust collectors?

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Textbooks: Important material or dust collectors?

When students buy or rent the required textbooks for courses, they expect to use them. Students spend hundred of dollars a semester on books, so it would be smart to put that money to use. At Delta, that’s not always the case. After surveying six different students, only two said […]

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Spring break ideas that won’t break the bank

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Spring break ideas that won’t break the bank

A whole week without class. How are you spending Spring Break? Most college students aren’t in any place to be spending money on lavish trips to vacation destinations or spending their few valuable dollars on frivolous things. How can a broke college student make their spring break memorable? The cheapest […]

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Allergies spring with vengeance

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Every year brings worse allergy seasons as global warming increases pollen levels. The California drought is only making things worse. “Because carbon dioxide is used as food for plants, in atmospheres with more CO2 plants have more resources. This allows them to grow larger and produce more pollen,” said researcher […]

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Delta to host Raza Day on campus

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Delta Outreach and Community Relations, in partnership with the University of California, Berkeley Raza Recruitment and Retention Center, invites students to participate in Berkeley’s Northern California Raza Day.   This event is designed for high school students, parents, current Delta students and educators.   It will take place on campus, […]

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Delta flea market a place for community outreach

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Delta flea market a place for community outreach

The Market at Delta College is a place where individuals can en- joy the weekend finding bargains. Located on campus in the Budd 4 parking lot, the market is a great chance for Delta to provide its unused space on the weekends It’s open Saturdays and Sundays from 6 a.m. […]

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Event celebrates women scientists

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Delta College will be hosting “Scientists in Residence” today. In celebration of Women’s History Month, students will have the chance to meet women scientists at this event. It will be take place in the Tillie Lewis Theatre from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. This will be an opportunity for students […]

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Anticipated albums of 2015

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Anticipated albums of 2015

This year, 2015, is set up to be a huge year for music with multiple well-known artists set to release new albums this year. Rap and Hip Hop already have a head-start with album releases starting with Big Sean’s “Dark Sky Paradise” and Lupe Fiasco’s “Tetsuo and Youth” early this […]

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