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Will You Be The Match?

Synethia Mathews, Contributing Writer March 24, 2022

Every three minutes someone in the United States is diagnosed with blood cancer or a blood related disease. Unfortunately, seventy percent of those who are diagnosed do not have a fully matched donor in...

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Keeping Yourself Safe

Jay Loper, Copy Editor March 9, 2022

1. Safe drinking: Unless they have strong personal beliefs, college students want to drink. You’re away from home, you have a brand new social scene and you can be whoever you want… However, at the...

“Death is a mystery, and burial is a secret.” – Stephen King, “Pet Sematary”

Ghosts on Campus

Justin Porter, Literary Journal February 25, 2022
This campus holds secrets behind the harmless cover of everyday life. Haunted dormitories, Ouija boards, curious and terrified students and unbelievable circumstances are the center of these stories.

Delta State Could Use Major Gen-Z-ification

Canderrian Brown, Social Media February 21, 2022

The Bologna Performing Arts Center has a legacy of fulfilling the entertainment needs of the Delta. But what happens when the dependable formula has run its course? Ranging from theatrical performances,...

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Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Their Philanthropy

Lauren Harvey, Copy Editor February 15, 2022

Correction: "Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Their Philanthropy" has been edited to include social media links to DSU's National Pan Hellenic Council fraternities. People think the only thing fraternities do...

Kicking COVID-19: How Cleveland is Rising from the Grave

Kicking COVID-19: How Cleveland is Rising from the Grave

Joanna Johnson, Publisher May 7, 2021

Cleveland is finally getting back on its feet after last year’s pandemic outbreak. DSU students now have the freedom to enjoy their college years in a safe and risk-free way. The town and campus have...

COVID-19 Cant Stop DSU’s Students!

COVID-19 Can’t Stop DSU’s Students!

Skylar Andrews, Copy Editor April 28, 2021

The Pandemic has affected many lives since March of 2020, including those at Delta State University. Delta State’s students are managing with the presence of COVID-19 despite the strict guidelines.  There...

Natalie Jeffries is excited to see what the new semester holds with Phi Mu!

Semester Redo: Delta State Aims for a More Fun and Safe Semester.

Joanna Johnson March 3, 2021

Following protocols and practicing healthy habits, Delta State will be able to start having safe on-campus events.   Fall 2020 has been an oddly memorable semester.  Students tried to avoid...

F U Curfew!: Students Try to Find a Solution to Dorm Curfew!

F U Curfew!: Students Try to Find a Solution to Dorm Curfew!

Skylar Andrews March 1, 2021

There are many reasons students go off to college. Freedom is one of those reasons.  COVID-19 has impacted students’ lives on and off-campus. Those who live on campus have to base their school, athletic,...

Lockdown and Lockups

Lockdown and Lockups

Morgan Raper February 26, 2021

In the wake of 2020, violent crimes increased compared to pre-Covid reports despite stay-at-home orders. Cleveland’s increase in violent crime along with Delta State’s series of break-ins have left...

Visitation: Will It Ever Come Back?

Visitation: Will It Ever Come Back?

Ethan Burnett February 25, 2021

The Student Government Association has begun working on a bill to allow students living on campus access to visitation. Delta State University put visitation on restriction starting in Spring 2020 as...

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Greek Life vs COVID-19 – The Battle of Cease and Desist

November 17, 2020

 This year has not been the most engaging for students on campus. COVID-19 has postponed social events, academics, athletics and, of course, Greek life.    Greek life can be an exciting way...