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Justice march shuts down Pacific Avenue

April 15, 2015 2:33 am0 comments
Dionne Smith Downs speaks about her hopes for awareness to come from the march that strength along a large portion of Pacific Avenue. PHOTO BY KATHERINE GREY

Protesters marching against police brutality shutdown Pacific Avenue near the Delta College campus for a couple hours Tuesday.

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Protest against police violence stalls traffic near campus

April 14, 2015 11:29 pm0 comments
Protest against police violence stalls traffic near campus

A protest against police brutality stalled traffic along March Lane in front of Delta College today. Check back later for updates.

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New asparagus festival to debut at fairgrounds

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The Stockton Asparagus Festival was created in 1986 to promote locally grown asparagus. The festival offered local merchants and food vendors a place to sell goods, with a chunk of money going toward local charities. The annual event drew crowds of more than 80,000 people in its run. The original […]

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Professors take road less traveled

April 10, 2015 5:11 pm0 comments
Professors take road less traveled

The path to success can have a variety of twists and turns. As community college students, we have all taken a non-traditional approach to education. The cliché of a college experience would be something involving moving out right after high school, living in a dorm, and attending extravagant as well […]

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Pillow Talk: Sometimes goodbye is a second chance

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Pillow Talk: Sometimes goodbye is a second chance

At this stage in life we’ve all had bad experiences with people we care about that has led to us severing ties and going separate ways. People choose to cut ties with friendships and relationships all the time, and when you think back on it it’s mostly over something petty […]

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Top ranked Mustangs take on the Ports

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Infielder Nelson Muniz slides safely into third. PHOTO BY ZACARIAH MERCED-SPINDLER

On April 8, the Delta College Mustangs trekked to Banner Island Ballpark to take on the Stockton Ports for a friendly exhibition game. “It feels good, it’s kind of like a dream come true,” said Mustangs outfielder Nate Easley on playing at a professional ballpark. Infielder Nelson Muniz agreed. “This […]

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Internet’s social culture beginning its traditions in language

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Have you ever heard of “Alex from Target”? What comes to your mind when someone says “Much Doge”? How about the dress that seems to have no definitive color? Most people know what all of the above are and if you don’t, there’s no need to worry because all the […]

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Public wants doors reopened

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Public wants doors reopened

Stockton’s Fair Oaks Library, located on E. Main St, closed in 2010 during the city’s bankruptcy crisis. It was to be closed temporarily, but since then, Stockton has been trying to sell the property. Now residents and local literacy groups are fighting to restore the library to its original glory. […]

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Delta, Pacific police unite

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Delta, Pacific police unite

Delta College Police Department was quick to help friends in need after the University of Pacific lost Sergeant Aaron Bouscal to a year-long fight with Leukemia. Bouscal passed away on March 12 at the age of 35. A memorial service for him was held on March 29. To lend a […]

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Former Delta basketball star, coach Cozad inducted into Hall of Fame

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Former Delta College basketball player Michelle Cozad was inducted into the California Community College Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame on March 13. Cozad played for the Mustangs from 2001-03 under the direction of Coach Gina Johnson. During her time at Delta, Cozad was a member of championship teams […]

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Open campus causes concern

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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 campus. Gates have secured the perimeter for decades,” said Delta Police Officer Jim Bock. The removal of the Locke gate, along with the completion of […]

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America still battling gun control problem

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PHOTO BY KELLEN MEDINA

On March 17, seven people were shot in the 700 block of North Madison Street in Stockton. The gunmen fired off more than 80 rounds from a passing vehicle, according to media reports. The drive-by shooting left three of the seven victims dead. “It freaks me out, I don’t want […]

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30-year jinx lifted after HBO documentary series links crack

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A recent HBO mini series called, The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst, has discovered new evidence in the 2000 murder case of Susan Berman. The new evidence has led to the arrest of Durst, and charged for the crime. The visually striking series uses a variety of footage […]

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A fast end to a furious star

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Paul Walker. PHOTO COURTESY OF EPK.TV

The seventh movie of the Fast and Furious series, “Furious 7,” hit theaters April 3. Fans have experienced mixed emotions as this will be Paul Walker’s, the face of the fast franchise, last film after his sudden passing in 2013. As a fan, it hurts to know Walker isn’t with […]

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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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