The Delta Statement

  • In the Cut of the Mountain

    In the Cut of the Mountain

    Stormy Ferrell, Publisher

    February 17, 2018

    Quiet and still, gazing down the slopes— only blinking when necessary. Vision flickers from one tree to the next. Each never ending from top to bottom. Taking in the large distance between the r...

  • For Stoneman Douglas High School

    For Stoneman Douglas High School

    Rebecca Dickson, Staff Writer

    February 15, 2018

    Lockers Slam Book Bags Zip Clumsy chatter fills the Hall Dry Erase Markers Squeak “Good Afternoon Class” Binders Open, Pages Turn “Did you Do the Homework?” Bam, Bam, Pow Screams...

  • Chinese Press Under Attack

    Chinese Press Under Attack

    Wenqi Hu, Staff Writer

    February 15, 2018

    The Chinese media is being criticized for their recent reports on a sexual assault case involving a girl known as Lanlan Tang (her real name has been hidden in order to protect her identity). The Chinese...

    Lanlan`s mother standing in front of the court holding her verdict paper after being released.

  • Healthy Mind, Healthy Body

    Healthy Mind, Healthy Body

    Kjirsten Whitsell, Staff Writer

    February 15, 2018

    Paula King, M.ED., NCC, a counselor for Delta State University’s Student Health Center, believes that talking with a counselor can be beneficial to those with and without mental health issues. King has...

    DSU Counselors: Paula King, Dr. Richard Houston, and Deidra M. Byas

  • Are Standardized Tests Enough?

    Are Standardized Tests Enough?

    Fangsu Li, Staff Writer

    February 15, 2018

    Chinese students who want to study abroad often have difficulty communicating with native English speakers. Foreign language proficiency is a requirement for study abroad, and is evaluatied through th...

  • #MeToo

    #MeToo

    Jamie Martin, Staff Writer

    February 15, 2018

    In recent weeks, it seems that more and more women are standing up to the men who have sexually assaulted them. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, an average of 21 percent of female undergraduates...

  • Kentucky School Shooting

    Kentucky School Shooting

    Avery Wall, Editor-in-Chief

    February 15, 2018

    The Marshall County High School shooting in Ky., which occurred Wednesday, Jan. 23, is the 13th mass shooting in 2018. Since 2013, there is a rise in school shootings with one occurring in an average of...

  • I CAN SEE THE LIGHT!

    I CAN SEE THE LIGHT!

    Hailey Alderman, Staff Writer

    February 15, 2018

    Delta State University will get new street lights around parts of campus that are dimly lit. One of the areas that will be getting a light is in the parking lot behind the Kethley building. Chelsea...

  • No Really, How Are You?

    No Really, How Are You?

    Lajuana Banger, Staff Writer

    February 15, 2018

    Being in college can be really stressful. For some, dealing with so many new people causes nerves and anxiety to flare. If it feels like you can't breathe or you want to faint, this is a sign of social...

  • Booting Test Anxiety to the Curb

    Booting Test Anxiety to the Curb

    Rebecca Dickson, Staff Writer

    February 6, 2018

    Test anxiety effects many college students when faced with exams that determine whether they will get their degree or not. Fellow students at Delta State University have offered helpful tips and tricks...

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