The Delta Statement

DONT FEED THE CATS! signs that are placed throughout DSU campus.

CAUTION: Campus Cat Cameras

Stormy Ferrell, Publisher January 25, 2018

Have you noticed the warning signs that were recently posted around DSU campus? If not, it’s probably because most of them have been knocked over and eventually covered by dead leaves. So, to fill...

Excuses! Excuses!

Excuses! Excuses!

Sabrina Crain, Staff Writer December 4, 2017
WARNING! This article discusses rape culture/sexual assault and may not be suitable for all readers.
Size Does Not Matter

Size Does Not Matter

Sabrina Crain, Staff Writer November 30, 2017
WARNING! This article discusses the effects of eating disorders and may not be suitable for all readers.
Is Hate Speech Violence?

Is Hate Speech Violence?

Kole Oakes, Editor-in-Chief November 30, 2017

Since the election of Donald Trump, America has been faced with a increased resurgence of far-right organizations and ideology. On Aug12, various far right organizations gathered for an Unite the Right...

Does One Size Fit All in Today’s Society?

Does One Size Fit All in Today’s Society?

Dearron Stewart , Staff Writer November 3, 2017

As recent years have passed, Americans and myself have become more aware of the recent racial tensions between white Americans and African Americans. With riots that end in tragedies like Charlottesville...

Exploring Cleveland

Exploring Cleveland

Wyatt O'Keefe, Copy Editor October 31, 2017

Need a quick break from your classes? Why not explore some of the opportunities for some fun and exercise that is surrounding you? There are many options not only around DSU campus to fill up your down...

Opinion: Mississippi’s Education Vacuum

Opinion: Mississippi’s Education Vacuum

Nick Houston May 3, 2017

The Freedom Project is an afterschool and summer program that helps underprivileged students in the Mississippi Delta. They have outposts in Meridian, Rosedale, and Sunflower County. Tutors work with students...

Opinion: Ecuador’s Gatekeeper

Opinion: Ecuador’s Gatekeeper

Nick Houston April 25, 2017

The ocean blue sky, the lush green mountains towering above me, the crisp wind blowing past my curls; it is the plurality of a soothing nature. I am afraid to look down. Crowds of strangers gather to watch...

“Trumping” the Future of our Children in the Mississippi Delta

“Trumping” the Future of our Children in the Mississippi Delta

Nick Houston April 22, 2017

On March 16, 2017, the Trump administration released the proposed federal budget for the 2018 fiscal year. Along with an increase in the defense budget, a variety of programs such as The Environmental...

Opinion: Delta State Bookstore

Opinion: Delta State Bookstore

Bugg Davis April 18, 2017

Delta State University offers a wide variety of assistance to students who attend the school, especially when it comes to their financial standings. One of these sources is the university’s book store...

Freedom of Choice

Freedom of Choice

Rachel Red April 17, 2017

Every semester at Delta State University (DSU), on-campus freshmen and sophomores pay $1,530 for the All Access meal plan. The plan includes unlimited Block Meals from the Young-Mauldin Cafeteria and $190...

Ding Dong Ditching: Harmless Prank or Harassment

Ding Dong Ditching: Harmless Prank or Harassment

Avery Wall October 9, 2016

Saturday, Sept. 10, Trish Wall of Greenwood, Miss., was sitting on the couch talking about college with her daughter before heading to bed. It was well after one o’clock in the morning and the streets...