The Delta Statement

Jay Loper, Copy Editor

“How Dare you?”  The voice of a new generation of activists    Late in the summer of 2018, fifteen-year-old Greta Thunberg made her first stand against climate change. Thunberg’s protests to the UK Parliament almost immediately gained her media attention.    Supporters called her “inspiring” and even “ahead of her time,” and detractors called her a “government tool.”    Thunberg’s activism eventually caught the eye of the European Union, and...

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Anthony Brown, Social Media

Australia has been struggling with wildfires since the end of 2019. Their monsoon season is a main contributor of their newfound relief. Natural causes like dry lightning in dry bushland are a main contributor to these wildfires. Human actions of deliberately setting bushes on fire during droughts are also major contributors. The wildfires have forced Australia into a state of emergency spanning across the entire continent. These wildfires are also affecting not only millions of people but also...

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Top 6 Tips for Better Notes

K'Na Rose, Events Coordinator

Imagine this setting: The classroom is quiet as the professor approaches the whiteboard, writing a few bullet points in barely legible penmanship. A student waits in the background for a clear view, preparing themself for notes: writing utensils of choice already placed in-hand and notebooks opened to the next clean page.  They scrawl their name, then the date, then the class and professor information...

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Justin Anderson, Publishing Manager

The campus of Delta State University is very subtle and appealing to the eye. There are many positive things that can be said about the campus. But there are a few negative aspects that must be addressed. Some roads on the campus are in terrible condition. There are two roads in particular that need to have work done on them immediately. CAIN TATUM Cain Tatum Hall is on of the oldest dormitories on campus. That does not mean the ability to travel on the roads around it should be...

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Five Mindsets That Will Boost Your College Experience

Eloi Brownley Francois, Publishing Manager

With the upcoming events of Spring 2020, like the International Business Symposium and Young Professional Conference, getting into a convenient mindset to make the most out of these opportunities is crucial. These five concepts will help you do just that and more: Realism Let’s be real: if you don’t wake at least 30 minutes before the time it takes you to get to 8 AM class, you’re likely to...

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Ingested and Entangled: How Harmful Can a Balloon Really Be?

Hannah Alley, Delta Arts Editor

Picture this: it is your graduation. You have been working for the last four years to walk on stage and receive your diploma.  It is finally over. Friends and family gather together to celebrate the beginning of a new chapter through the release of balloons.  You sit back and watch with a smile as balloons of all the colors of the rainbow float up into the air. Did you stop and think about...

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