The Delta Statement

K'Na Rose, Events Coordinator

Germs are taking over the world. Quite literally, the Coronavirus pandemic is shutting down multiple businesses in America in one clean sweep.  There’s no longer any need for recreation or luxuries that have no beneficial value to the public. I would gracefully sacrifice recreation if I was on someone’s payroll.  Not just anyone’s payroll, though. The people government officials call “essentials” are the main ones bringing home the bacon these days, especially if they got it off...

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Basketball and the Delta

Tasha Toms, Publishing Manager

The Delta State Women’s Basketball team recently finished their season 23-7. Although the NCAA cut the season short in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, DSU’s record is one to be proud of.  Prior to the virus frenzy DSU’s Lady Statesmen were causing a pandemic of their own on the court.  The team boasted countless wins during their regular season, such as beating the University of West...

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The Fight for Equality

Hannah Alley, Delta Arts Journal Editor

On International Women’s Day, women come together to acknowledge their triumphs and struggles with gender inequality.  Women around the world, regardless of race, background, or sexuality, use this day to see how far we have come and continue to empower one another. International Women’s Day, at its core, focuses on the achievements of women throughout history.  While celebrations of this...

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Advancing Computers

Victoria Jankowski, Copy Editor

In recent years, technology has expanded at a rapid rate. New developments in computers and their applications have made various tasks easier and faster than they have ever been. According to Lafayette University’s website, over the last thirty years, computers and computer programs have enabled society to develop technology such as MRI’s, GPS systems, digital photography, and more. Everyday...

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there is nothing but a hole (and other thoughts)

Chris Kalil, Student Contributor

nothing – there is nothing there is nothing there is nothing. There should be something. Anything. The tumors in my grandmother’s brain the size of grapes. They moan like animals before they die. The morphine only works when they sleep. The needle goes in so smoothly. Paper against glass. The thin sting. The opened eye. The howls turn into high whines. Almost silent. Almost sound like stop....

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Horses

Emily Walker, Student Contributor

I wish my father had never loved horses. I wish he had never taught me how to love horses. When I look at a horse, instead of thinking of its beauty or the urge I have to ride it bareback, I just think of him. As its mane flows through the hot Arizona breeze, all I see is my father mounted upon its back. I used to look for horses, pointing them out to my dad so he could tell which breed it was. But...

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Riots and Emergency: Inside Parchman Prison
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To The Little Ones I Love
Betrayal
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Ableists: Shut Up And Listen!
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The Story of Professor Ferreira
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The Story of Professor Ferreira
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