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

October 23, 2014 4:06 pm0 comments

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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Delta College Mustangs vs. Sac City College

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Delta College Mustangs vs. Sac City College
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LODI WILD TURKEY DIES: Some residents are saddened by the affair

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LODI WILD TURKEY DIES: Some residents are saddened by the affair

For the past six to seven months, a lovable turkey has made his way onto the streets of Lodi and hearts of the community. With more than 3,000 members on a Facebook page made just for him, Tom Kettleman has become an icon not only in the San Joaquin area, […]

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Protestors show up outraged worldwide

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In the past year alone, a little more than 40 protests happened around the world. Millions were protesting their countries corrupt government, war agendas and poor working conditions. From anti-war protests in Russia all the way to police brutality protests in Missouri, people are standing up for what they believe […]

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Why are we creating social distance?

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Does connecting to the Internet mean disconnecting from life? Are you constantly looking down at your phone or blocking out the world with headphones? Most of us are. Social interaction has dramatically changed in the past 10 years. The majority of young people would now rather send a text message […]

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‘Yes Means Yes’ passes

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‘Yes Means Yes’ passes

On Sept. 28, Governor Jerry Brown announced he has signed a bill that makes California the first in the nation to define when “Yes Means Yes.” Sexual consent can no longer be given if someone is intoxicated, drugged or asleep, according to the new law. Lack of resistance or silence […]

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Hackers disrupt online gaming community

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Hackers disrupt online gaming community

Online gaming is the face of gaming today. We’re always connected and challenging others from all over the world, rather than just the system in our living rooms. Hackers are targeting video games. Not to cheat the game, but to disrupt gamers. Hackers commonly have goals to achieve money or […]

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YouTube video of groper getting national attention

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YouTube’s Sam Pepper released controversial sexual harassment prank videos on Sept. 20. Pepper made a prank video in downtown Santa Monica where he pretended to have a third arm, so he could grope women from behind. “This is a good lesson to learn from. This isn’t appropriate behavior, it’s against […]

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Never underestimate the powerful force of the internet

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The Internet has changed in the past few years. It appears almost unrecognizable, and not just on the streaming and web-design sides. This change has garnered a connected society like none ever could predict. The biggest change is the evolution of social media. Ideas and thoughts can be spread to […]

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Tutoring center moves from Shima to new Math & Science Building

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PHOTO BY MIDORI MORITA

The Math and Science Learning Center now has a new home in a new building. The center, formally located in Shima 217, is now in the Science & Mathematics Building (SCMA), room 162. Shima was the tutoring center’s home for some number of years. Students knew where to go for […]

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Stockton Is Magnificent moves to Victory Park

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CELEBRATION: The crowd celebrates Stockton at Victory Park on Oct. 4. PHOTO BY ORLANDO JOSE

The annual Stockton is Magnificent event took place on Oct. 4 at Victory Park. The park was alive with fun activities, music, children playing, drawing, karate demonstrations and food. Vendors were also set up. Stages hosted musical acts. “You have people that think Stockton has a grey cloud over it,” […]

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Delta custodian rocks at Manteca Pumpkin Fair

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AT THE PUMPKIN FAIR: Robert Flores on the main stage getting 
warmed up for the crowd early morning Saturday. PHOTO BY ORLANDO JOSE

The Manteca Sunrise Kiwanis Pumpkin Fair this past weekend included a performance by Delta College custodian Robert Flores. Flores is a member of SteelGlass. “We could play anywhere from one’s or twice a month to ones every three months depending on what we are doing. We mostly do events and […]

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Mustang goalkeeper having a breakout season

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Mustang goalkeeper having a breakout season

This week’s Collegian Mustang Spotlight goes to Delta Mustangs men’s soccer goalkeeper Moses Hernandez. Hernandez is a freshman majoring in Criminal Justice. He is playing under new Head Coach Josh Bradley. Hernandez has been the key player, by making 24 saves in the past four games and helping the Mustangs […]

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Airstrikes continue to be used in battle

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Airstrikes are a growing form of military action and retaliation. We have seen the United States take action with the growing ISIS crisis and Israel’s attacks on Palestine. Airstrikes are using any form of aviation, from helicopter to fighter jets, to attack a military target using high-caliber bullets or bombs, […]

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CELEBRITY RUMORS: Social media exposes the lives of the rich and famous

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Jay Z has 99 problems but divorce isn’t one. Last September during a stop in Paris on him and Beyonce’s “On the Run” tour, Jay Z allegedly changed some of the lyrics during a performance of his song “Beach is Better.” Jay Z, whose real name is Shawn Carter, changed […]

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Going From A Creep To A Stalker, Real Quick

October 10, 2014 8:04 pm0 comments

As a young man living in California, there are categories to avoid being placed in by women you have frequent encounters with or you’ll end up being known as “That Guy.” Contrary to belief, women aren’t wooed by a guy who isn’t sure of himself or lacks direction in life. […]

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A new journey in life

October 9, 2014 5:47 pm0 comments
A new journey in life

Earlier this year, former Collegian staff writer Sofia Sher embarked on a 21-hour trip to her home country of Pakistan to marry a suitor chosen for her by her family. Though some consider it archaic tradition, arranged marriages often have higher success rates than love-first couplings. This is a modern […]

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Delta College welcomes women’s team wrestling to sports program

September 30, 2014 8:33 pm0 comments

For the first time ever Delta College has a women’s wrestling team intent on showing they can compete with their male counterparts. The team includes six women total, but three are redshirting this season. The women have set goals for themselves – including making it to four-year university teams. As […]

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