The Delta Statement

Why We Need Feminism

Erika Coleman

It’s Not Just For Women Feminism works to make women equal to men, not better than them. It aims for everyone to be perceived as equal. While the movement started as a way to get women the right to vote, it has since evolved into something more. However, much of feminism does focus on the treatment of women and how people view women in connection to the rest of society. Goals for Women Feminist...

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Take a Stand Against the Climate Crisis

Emily Walker, Copy Editor

It is time for people to learn about what they can do to reduce their impact on global warming. Some people believe that climate change is a hoax. These people either believe there isn’t enough evidence or that climate scientists are lying. The biggest standpoint people argue against climate change is that the planet is supposed to heat up since global warming is cyclical.  Yes, global warming...

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Eating Good in DSU’s Neighborhood

Trey Wright, Editor-in-Chief

During the summer break, Delta State University switched to a new food service vendor: Sodexo.  This change has led to a lot of new developments on campus, such as new cafeteria items on the menu, a Starbucks located directly in the Student Union and a Firehouse Subs shop coming soon. But has this change really been beneficial for the students at DSU? Returning students tend to agree that...

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How To Be A Poet

Chris Kalil, Delta Arts Editor

Name it and Claim it So, you want to be a poet? No? Well, too bad.  The most important part about being a poet is claiming that you are one. Much like people who went to Yale and those who are freshly not virgins, you must constantly tell everyone about it or it does not count.  What it Takes  Emotional sensitivity is a requirement. To effectively write poems, you need to understand the difference...

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Behind Beautifully Burned

Jack Vernon, Social Media

Delta Raised Erin Wilson, a Delta State junior, released her first album, Beautifully Burned, in September of 2019. Wilson accomplished this task with the help of the Delta Music Institute (DMI) and her record label, Cotton Row Record Company. Wilson, a 20-year-old Delta native, was born and raised in the town of Linn, Miss. Most of her life has been based here; from her education to her worship,...

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A Wearer of Many Hats

Sarai Cork, Event Planner

Who is Flora Wilson? My grandmother, Flora Wilson, is not your usual grandmother that people see on TV. You know, the ones that always surprise you with delicious baked goods.  She keeps it real if someone asks her a question, so be prepared for that. Her words may seem harsh, but her message will definitely help in the long run.  My grandmother is the type to say something like, “Don’t...

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