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Don’t Push Away Possible Future, Suitor

October 27, 2014 2:47 pm0 comments

For women, being attractive and good looking is most certainly a way to get a guy’s attention. The wonderful thing about this is that every man has his own preference as to what he considers good looking. No two men think alike. Paul’s definition of chubby may be John’s definition […]

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Quad area sees crowd of students for Oktoberfest celebration

October 26, 2014 5:16 pm0 comments
PHOTO BY ORLANDO JOSE

Students formed a crowd in the quad as Associate Students of Delta College (ASDC) Senator Robert Duran worked to hype everyone up during the Stein Hoisting Competition on Oct. 19 during an Oktoberfest event for students. Two Delta students went for it and did the challenge for two minutes and […]

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

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NOT ENOUGH MICROWAVES: As students warm up their food, a long line develops. PHOTO BY ORLANDO JOSE

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 impatiently. “The microwave broke and apparently we are waiting for another one to come in, so we just have one,” said Kathleen Bean of […]

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Gamers anticipate fall video games

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This fall, the gaming community can rejoice in the new titles being released. A new “Super Smash Bros.” title has just come out with its fourth installment. People who have nostalgic memories of fighting with Kirby or Mario can rekindle that memory with the newest installment, which now has been made to play […]

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Daughter of Robin Williams raising awareness of mental health

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On World Mental Health Day, Robin William’s daughter Zelda Williams returned to social media for the first time since her father’s death. She spoke out against the stigmas attached to mental health issues and insisted people treat them as a physical disease. “So please, let’s help stop the misconceptions & […]

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Costume options sometimes reveal too much

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With Halloween right around the corner, many of us are contemplating what we should wear for the spooky occasion. Every year there is the typical: witches, angels, devils, athletes and the occasional ghost. What is different about this year? Halloween 2014 might see Ebola Hazmat suits, Walking Dead zombies, Miley […]

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Gas prices fall

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Photo by Vorani Khoonsrivong.

Gas prices are dropping. The US average price for a gallon of gas is currently $3.14, a drop from this year’s high of $3.71, according to AAA. States such as Missouri and Tennessee currently pay less than $3 with Humbold, Tennessee being the cheapest at $2.32 per gallon. California’s average […]

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Making the jump count Mustang setting bar high in track, field

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Mustang setting bar high in track, field The Collegian’s Mustang Spotlight for this issue goes to track and field athlete Eric Sloan. Sloan is a product of Bear Creek High School. It’s his last year at Delta College. His plans are to transfer to a four-year university and continue track […]

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Dell’Osso serves up the scares

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PHOTO BY MIDORI MORITA

For almost two decades, the beloved Dell’Osso Family Farms has brought joy to San Joaquin County. Dell’Osso’s corn maze opens every year the first weekend in October and stays busy everyday through Halloween so there’s only a couple days left to visit. “Customers are always expecting something new,” stated Yvonne […]

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Dress your children appropriately

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From those funky bellbottoms some of us used to wear to the highlighter color t-shirts and high-waisted mom jeans, its apparent that fashion has changed through the ages. Trends have come full circle and today’s youth is the target demographic. You may see some young girls wearing high-waisted shorts and […]

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Decision made by the state community college Board of Governors, Chancellor on bachelor degrees programs

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On Jan. 28, Governor Jerry Brown gave the green light on allowing a pilot program selecting 15 community colleges around California to offer a four-year degree for three areas of education: health, science and technology. Fifteen colleges selected will be those close to the more populated areas in the state. […]

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Two-year postseason trend continues

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Two-year postseason trend continues

The opening of the 2014 season was a clean slate for the San Francisco Giants. The team came off of a lackluster title defense after winning the World Series in 2012. Baseball experts from around the country saw the Giants as a solid team, but nothing special. “While the Giants […]

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Boxers look to keep the sport alive after Mayweather, Pacquiao punch out

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Boxing has lost its dominance in popular culture but it’s far from dead. The sweet science is continuing on even with the upcoming retirement of Floyd Mayweather Jr. For those looking for names to pay attention to in the meantime and after Mayweather’s retirement here are five to keep an […]

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Horror resurrection in video games terrefies players

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Horror has come back in a big way, but not on the silver screen. Video games have taken the reigns for the horror genre with the releases of “Alien: Isolation”, “The Evil Within” and the highly acclaimed “P.T.” “Alien: Isolation” is a throwback to the original film by Ridley Scott […]

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DeRicco back in action for students

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DeRicco back in action for students

Many students were displaced by the relocation of student services due to an August flood in the DeRicco Student Services Building. Delta College released an email stating services have been moved back to the first floor of the DeRicco building. The damages from the broken irrigation line have been repaired […]

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Quad tree cut down after safety hazard

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Thirty may be the new twenty, but not necessarily for a particular Silver Maple tree on campus that didn’t age well. The life of the Silver Maple once shading the campus quad came to its end after a branch fell off and hit the ground. The fall made the tree […]

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The fear Of Ebola spreads

October 23, 2014 7:48 pm0 comments
The fear Of Ebola spreads

The fear of Ebola is spreading quicker than the virus itself and the irrational fear of Ebola is being referred to as “Fearbola.” According to the Washington Post, Ebola is a hyper-contagious disease that affects the brain, causing two-thirds of Americans to fear a widespread outbreak in the United States. […]

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FOOD REVIEW: Pho perfect dinner, comfort food for fall-season weather

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Walking into Saigon Bay, which is a Vietnamese Restaurant, the feel is carefree and family orientated. The tables are close together and not private. Each set of tables had hot sauce, jalapenos and variety of sauces. The restaurant specializes in Pho.                    […]

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Student runs for Area 4 trustee seat

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Delta College student Richard Andrew Vasquez is running against Board of Trustees Taj M. Khan for the Area 4 seat in the Nov. 4 election. Vasquez, 34, is has previous experience in politics as part of the following committees: Measure L, President’s Council, Lodi Art Commission, Lodi Animal Committee and […]

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Professors honored during men’s soccer game

October 11, 2014 3:50 am0 comments
Professors honored during men’s soccer game
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