The Japanese Club took its second trip to the 45th Annual Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival on April 22. From Stockton to Pleasanton, from Pleasanton to San Francisco, Japanese Club would travel by vehicle, BART and foot through the major crowds in the city partaking in Earth Day festivities and […]
The annual Fashion & Interior Design Exhibit is a showcase of students work from the fashion and interior design...
Love, unconditional and undiscriminating, was in the air March 28 on the quad in front of Danner Hall. Thanks to the...
The San Joaquin Delta Fashion Club held its annual Art and Gift Fair March 13-14 in Danner Hall. “[The Art and...
Generation4Change is a club on the Delta College campus.
The purpose of the club is to build awareness and raise money for the Invisible Children non-profit organization.
The national organization has garnered attention lately since the release of “Kony 2012,” a web-based documentary.
Clubs Night is an evening of festivities held for students that are involved in a club, hosted by the Inter-Club Council (ICC) and the Associated Student Body Government. This event has been a San Joaquin Delta College tradition for as long as the ICC has been around, which is more […]Read more ›
The San Joaquin Delta Fashion Club will be hosting the 15th annual Spring Art & Gift Fair from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 13-14 in Danner Hall. The two-day event features vendors selling unique gifts and products including: jewelry, cosmetics and skin-care products, accessories, books, gourmet food and […]Read more ›
Hold your breath, get ready and take notice: April is National Poetry Month. A collaboration of Community Arts Organizations. The events begin with the Stockton Word Feast on April 7, from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Haggin Museum. The event is free. On April 19, Richard Berengarten will […]Read more ›
It’s safe to assume that many Delta College students play video games. Video games, after all, are the largest entertainment medium. The industry trumps movies and music combined. But who out there actually considers creating a game themselves? That’s exactly what the Game Creators Union (GCU), a new club on […]Read more ›
Recent event showcases music, poets College Hour, brought to the campus population by the Associated Student Body Government, is a one-hour event set out to promote student life and campus activity. For years, students may have seen the time as a way to get free pizza. However, the coming together […]Read more ›
Valentine’s Day giveaway offers free condoms, advice The Delta Pride club passed out condoms as part of it’s annual safe sex push in the quad for Valentine’s Day. The purpose of which was to spread information about safe sex to fellow students who get intimate on the holiday. “With Valentine’s […]Read more ›
Campus clubs set up shop in quad Club Rush returned for the spring semester during the week of Jan. 30 to Feb. 3. While smaller in overall attendance than last year, the event nevertheless served as a means to bring about awareness, set up fundraisers and, hopefully, enlist new members […]Read more ›
The Puente Club will be hosting its first Valentine’s Day dinner and dance on Saturday, Feb. 11. The event will be sponsored and held at Carolina’s Taqueria on 4555 N. Pershing Ave. in Stockton from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. Advance tickets are being sold daily in the campus quad […]Read more ›
The Writers’ Guild hosted the third Scrabble Tournament on Wednesday, Dec. 7 in the Cunningham Study Lounge.
Participants had 30 minutes each round to rack up as many points as possible. After four rounds of game play Denise Maurer won with 702 points.Read more ›
A SUNNY DAY IN THE QUAD: M.E.Ch.A Club members sell menudo, tacos and Jarritos on Nov. 16, top. Members of Alpha Gamma Sigma were out at their fundraising table selling candy and soda, first bottom. Students come and go through the quad area around 1 p.m. on Wednesday, second bottom. […]Read more ›
Alpha Gamma Sigma, an honors organization, is taking part in the Weberstown Mall’s Magical Night of Giving event. The Magical Night of Giving is a special event to kick off the beginning of this year’s holiday shopping season that gives shoppers, “door prizes, entertainment, and exclusive discounts for ticket holders […]Read more ›
Club FEED is a San Joaquin Delta College Club that is becoming a recognized non-profit organization with its mission to eliminate world hunger through immediate and long-term solutions. Members work as part of local and international efforts. “We host regular homeless feeds at the St. Mary’s Interfaith Dining Hall in […]Read more ›
San Joaquin Delta College Wellness Club promotes a healthy lifestyle based on the mental, physical, emotional and spiritual dimensions of wellness. The Wellness Club’s goal works for both on campus and in the community to raise awareness and educate people about a variety issues related to health and wellness. The […]Read more ›
The Fall 2011 Clubs’ Night was held on Oct. 14. At the event, in between dancing to music provided by DJ Apex, also know as Brandie Spencer, and eating dinner catered by Rubio’s, members of campus clubs participated in contests such as ‘Musical Balls’ and ‘Freeze Dance’ for monetary prizes. […]Read more ›