The Delta Statement



Saavedra Martin, Copy Editor November 12, 2018

I wondered when I would be opened, when my letters would be renewed. And my thoughts often wondered to a dark place, where there were no bounds, no borders, no grounds, where there are pictures...

A select group of synesthetes can truly taste the rainbow.

The Colorful Eye

Jasmine McGill, Photography November 8, 2018

Red tastes like fire. Gray sounds raspy. Green feels smooth. Purple smells like feet. But blue, blue just looks blue.   We can see colors but we cannot taste them. We can see...

A Tale of Life

A Tale of Life

Abeer Jehanzeb, DA/Events November 8, 2018

From a leadoff cry to the giggles followed by, From a chaotic mess to a calming lullaby, From the first glimpse to the endless sights, From the promising grounds to wishful heights, From best...

They Boy In The Red Truck

The Boy in the Red Truck

Hayley Cross, Social Media November 8, 2018

After that moment between Me being with him and me being by myself is over, I am finally able to smile.   I look at myself in the mirror and think about the seats of his truck And how...



Johnathan Boles, Photography November 8, 2018

Why does a honeybee fly? Perhaps only to feed on the nectar of orchids, or to dance a dance of thoughtfulness with the tulips. Maybe because flightlessness is most fearful.     What...

Darkness holds a fear over everyone’s heart, but how does it resonate in our minds?

Something Down Below

Riley Hardin, Publishing November 8, 2018

Swirling in nothingness seemingly silent yet screaming with noise Down here death bells toll damning those who dared to defy Always searching for the way following the sounds of presumed safety Nothing...

No Oceans

No Oceans

Madison Kalia, Copy Editor November 8, 2018

This poem is a poem in which I drown, in which my lungs fill with ev’ry verb and noun They all start as something else and end like this, start with sweet, soft stuff and end with the abyss like...

Hang Up and Hang Out Are cell phones hurting social interaction?

Hang Up and Hang Out Are cell phones hurting social interaction?

Ryan Rutledge, Social Media November 4, 2018

Cell phones have evolved since their creation over forty years ago and have become a major part in the life of an average American. With the advancements in technology, cell phones have morphed into a...

Can Someone be Good without God?

Can Someone be Good without God?

Claire Foster, DA/Events November 2, 2018

When pondering whether someone can be good without God, it almost seems like a forbidden subject. Some people in the world believe that a person's religion defines them for life regardless of the choices...

Schools get more money the more students they have enrolled and the more money they get, the bigger and better their stadiums can look.

Does (Class) Size Matter?

Hayley Cross, DA/Events November 2, 2018

Bigger is not always better in terms of class sizes for students at various universities. One student’s experiences at a large public university shows that colleges that have bigger class sizes tend...

How did all of our spooky traditions really begin?

Halloween: The Dark History

Riley Hardin, Publishing November 1, 2018

Halloween has been known as one of the creepiest, yet most enjoyable holidays for many years; but its history is not focused on in schools or discussed much in everyday life. So, where does this spooky...

Life of an International Student

Life of an International Student

Abeer Jehanzeb, DA/Events November 1, 2018

The experience of living abroad is stimulating yet challenging at the same time. It is a period of discovering and testing your potential, so life abroad can be different from what you expect. You may...