The Delta Statement

This image was taken 24 hours before an emotional disaster.

Ladies, It’s not Always our Fault

Joanna Johnson, Social Media Manager November 21, 2020

I just got out of a relationship that I assumed was one of the happiest of my life. Everything was going great - no arguments, no conflicts - everything was peaches and cream. Until it wasn’t. You could...


Flying in (to) a Pandemic

Tasha Toms, Editor-in-Chief November 20, 2020

The JFK airport in New York is an unforgettable experience at the best of times—never mind in the middle of a global pandemic.    No one really cares, but everyone pretends to as they get off...

The DMI Is a Place for Anyone Who Loves Music

The DMI’s Unsung Hero

Ethan Burnett, Copy Editor November 19, 2020

COVID-19 has impacted many things at DSU, and the bands involved with the DMI were hit especially hard. At the beginning of the semester, none of the student bands had enough members to perform. One student...

The Vacation of a Lifetime

The Vacation of a Lifetime

Ethan Burnett, Copy Editor November 18, 2020

My family was too big to go on vacations, so I had never even gone to the beach before. I am the oldest of seven kids, so you can imagine how hard it was for all of us to go to Walmart, much less anywhere...

The Electoral Daycare

The Electoral Daycare

Jack Vernon, Social Media Manager November 18, 2020

The week of Nov. 3, 2020, was an interesting one to say the least. That was the week I began my time at the Electoral Daycare. The Electoral Daycare is a very special preschool daycare that only admits...

Olivia Freeny (left) and Sarah Freeny (right)

Switching Places

Olivia Freeny, Publisher November 18, 2020

There are many ridiculous stereotypes about twins. They have superpowers. They’re clones of each other. There’s always an evil twin amongst the set, or at the very least, they love to pull pranks just...

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (credit: Nintendos official The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild website)

Are Video Games Art?

Olivia Freeny, Publisher November 5, 2020

What is art? When someone thinks about art, they probably picture Vincent van Gogh's "Starry Night" or Michelangelo's "David." They tend to think of paintings and sculptures that are on display in a museum.    Video...

Dear America, In Sincerity

Dear America, In Sincerity

Jack Vernon, Social Media Manager November 5, 2020

Dear America, Insincerity is rampant in your elections and seems to now operate as a prerequisite for any potential candidate. On November 3, my fellow Americans and I will finally have the chance...

A painted traffic cone by PC, showing that not all graffiti is bad and offensive.

Drawing on the Walls: The Beauty of Graffiti

Joanna Johnson, Social Media Manager October 26, 2020

When you think of graffiti, what do you imagine? You possibly imagine symbols plastered on buildings in a city or initials on abandoned houses. No matter what your definition of graffiti is, chances are...

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College Isn’t Necessary For Being Successful

Ethan Burnett, Copy Editor October 22, 2020

The entire time I was in high school, I considered college to be very important. As I began to prepare for transferring to college, I realized that it wasn't as important as I thought it was. Although...

The apartments where students at DSU can quarantine are on campus.

Quarantining at DSU

Tasha Toms October 16, 2020

The Bad News Taylor woke up to a text from her roommate: “My boyfriend just tested positive for COVID! We both probably are, too!”   Taylor had a few symptoms but really didn't think much...

Carson Wiseman poses with her corgi. Photo credit: Wiseman

Carson Wiseman: Pandemic Tutor

Jack Vernon, Social Media Manager October 15, 2020

In a pre-COVID-19 world, Delta State University’s Writing Center was one of the most valuable assets available to the university’s students and faculty. However, when the pandemic hit in March 2020,...