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Coach in spotlight after incident in off-campus job

November 27, 2014 12:08 am0 comments

In August, Edison High School Physical Education teacher Denny Peterson was caught on cell phone video attempting to drag 14-year old student into the school’s swimming pool. Peterson, described as a 10-year employee of SUSD, is also connected to Delta College. The 90-second footage, which has now gone viral, is […]

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Tree of lights to shine

November 25, 2014 6:18 pm0 comments
Tree of lights to shine

PREPARING THE DECORATIONS: The Hospice of San Joaquin is preparing its annual holiday “Tree of Lights” to shine at the Pacific Avenue entrance of the Delta College campus. The tree lighting ceremony will be Tuesday, Nov. 25 beginning at 6 p.m. at the Yokuts Avenue cross street. PHOTO BY ORLANDO […]

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Downtown Stockton gallery showcases local artists’ talent

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Downtown Stockton gallery showcases local artists’ talent

Resources and space for Stockton’s art community tends to be limited. Rey Vargas, Founder and Executive Director of “The WerQshop” has a solution. The WerQshop is a non-profit organization located downtown in The Café Coop. It’s a place for artists learn and show off their work. “Most if not all […]

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Bridging the age gap on campus

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College: The place where everyone can get an education no matter what age. Yes, no matter how old you are you can always come back and get that education you wish you’d received when you were younger. Delta College showcases a range of ages. In classes students’ ages can range […]

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Military spouses say they married the branch of service too when they said ‘I do’

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Military spouses say they married the branch of service too when they said ‘I do’

Marriage itself can be difficult at times. It is twice as hard when one or both of the partners are in the military. So how do army spouses do it? How do military spouse’s shoulder the enormous responsibility and sacrifices that come with being a military spouse? The army is […]

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Race is on for special deals before turkey cools

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Race is on for special deals before turkey cools

Everyone knows about Black Friday. Whether you make fun of it or participate, it’s a day when Americans go crazy. Many think they know what to expect before they enter the store, but things can change on a dime. Since 2006, there have been seven deaths and 90 reported injuries […]

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YouTube creates opportunity

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YouTube creates opportunity

Our digital culture provides us with unique opportunities. One of these opportunities lies with YouTube. Since YouTube’s debut in 2005, it has showed rapid growth and success. YouTube has played a role in creating and promoting Internet celebrities. Many of us know someone who has posted a video or regularly […]

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Music listeners remember iPod Classic’s lasting impression

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Music listeners remember iPod Classic’s lasting impression

The iPod Classic era has come to an end. In early September, Apple quietly discontinued the iPod Classic after 12 years of initial release. There’s no clear explanation why the Classic was discontinued other than parts were no longer available, and it didn’t seem worth it to make new ones, […]

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Delta Pride aims to make campus safe, welcoming for students

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PRIDE CENTER: Delta Pride president Chris Sandoval reviews his email as he prepares for the Transgender Day of Remembrance. PHOTO BY ORLANDO JOSE

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 is to provide a safe and welcoming environment for the LGBTQ+ community and allied students, said Delta Pride President Chris Sandoval. Sandoval said homophobia […]

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Plenty of fish?

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Plenty of fish?

Do you remember the good ol’ days? The days when you saw a pretty girl, walked up to her and tried your best to not look stupid. Well, lucky (or not so lucky) for you those days have been replaced. Today’s version of dating is less “The Five-Year Engagement” and […]

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No holiday cheer for workers

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There was a time when the holiday season was just that – the holiday season. That meant time to celebrate and enjoy the company of family and friends. Stores were closed. Last minute shopping would happen the day before the holiday, but only if we were lucky enough a store […]

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RAIDERS FANS STRUGGLE: Can we ‘just win’ one baby?

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Are the 2014 Oakland Raiders doomed to join the 2008 Detroit Lions as the only 0-16 teams? The Raiders, who had the most money to spend on Free Agents and a top five pick, should have been able to generate some wins. General Manager Reggie McKenzie made the right picks […]

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The Chaos Of Black Friday, Cyber Monday

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Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and after all the meals have been eaten the shopping begins. The dilemma, which one is worth the money: Cyber Monday or Black Friday? The Classic: Black Friday. Perhaps no longer rightfully considered Black Friday, for shopping beginning on Thanksgiving Day, still requires a […]

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Boxer doesn’t slow down after four decades, golden age

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Last weekend history was made yet again, and the world is questioning, what old really means? Bernard Hopkins, 49, took on his greatest challenge in a bout versus the 31-year-old Sergey “Krusher” Kovalev. Hopkins was dominated by Kovalev for 12 long rounds in a clear one-sided punching affair. Granted, Hopkins […]

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Street Harassment Still Exists

November 21, 2014 4:22 pm0 comments

Lately it’s come to my attention, even more so, that women don’t appreciate being made out to be sexual objects while out in public walking down the street, shopping at the mall and even on campus as they’re on the way to class. This form of street harassment has been […]

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Fall brings keepers, droppers to your television

November 20, 2014 5:55 pm0 comments

This fall, dozens of shows premiered and now that we’re just past the halfway point of the season some shows have already been cancelled. Cancellations include: “Gracepoint,” “Bad Judge,” “Selfie,” “Manhattan Love Story,” “A to Z” and “Utopia.” Those shows lost the chance with the inability to capture audiences, and […]

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Finding a date via the Internet

November 13, 2014 4:16 pm0 comments

Today, if you’re not a social person who can express feelings towards someone you find attractive, the Internet has made life much easier. Various outlets exist for people to connect and re-connect with those who share their same outlook on life and views on relationships. Currently on Facebook, Twitter and […]

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DC VS. MARVEL: War for cinematic supremacy

November 8, 2014 3:00 am0 comments

The Marvel and DC Universe are locked in a battle for comic book supremacy, and it has leaked into a battle for the silver screen. Both Marvel and DC Comics have shown the companies are in play for years to come. 20th Century Fox is washing its hands of what […]

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Latest Trend: Getting Married Younger

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The U.S. census data has shown that young people are marrying less and less nowadays. “Young people have so much to experience and I think they should spend their youth doing what they truly want without the complications of trying to maintain and uphold a marriage,” said Delta student Josephine […]

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Recent school shooting brings topic to forefront

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Last week, a school shooting in Washington made its way to every news station in the United States. A 15-year-old student named Jaylen Fryberg allegedly killed two of his classmates and injured five. Recent updates reported that four students have now died according to MSN. This shooting has many people […]

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