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The Soccer Facilities were damaged in the storm.

Disaster Damages the Delta 

Tasha Toms, Publishing Manager February 19, 2020

On Jan. 11, 2020, an aggressive storm traveled throughout Cleveland. It caused extensive damage to Delta State’s athletic site.  An Athletics associate for the school commented that the complete damage...

The picture is explaining, metaphorically, how society silence black women from speaking up about their problems.

The Silence: No One Is Speaking Up

Shamyiah Williams, Publishing Manager February 19, 2020

In 2019, black girls and women went missing across America. However, missing person accounts and their details were under-represented in the media. When it comes to being kidnapped, raped, beaten, or even...

DnD Dice

Delta Nu Delta

Jay Loper, Copy Editor February 19, 2020

DSU’s Delta Nu Delta (DND) has been pulling in members for little over a year, yet the club remains widely unknown. DND is, fittingly, a Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) club. Despite its underground...

Legal Troubles and the SCP Foundation

Anthony Brown , Social Media February 18, 2020

A man named Andrey Duksin is trying to illegally monetize a creator based website  What's happening? The Secure, Contain and Protect (SCP) Foundation is the website in question. Thousands of individuals...

The History Behind The Okra Office

The History Behind The Okra Office

Victoria Jankowski, Copy Editor February 16, 2020

A service closet on the Union’s Second Floor is home to a small part of campus history that few know of: the Okra’s Office. When asked about it, Okra Scholars Coordinator Dr. Johnathan Westfall...

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Five Ways to NOT be Bored in Cleveland

Hannah Alley, Delta Arts Journal Editor February 14, 2020

While the Delta State campus offers many club activities, Cleveland, Miss., itself may seem boring to outsiders. However, on the inside, Cleveland is teeming with life.  With various local businesses...

Behind Police Brutality

Behind Police Brutality

Emily Walker, Copy Editor December 6, 2019

What is Police Brutality? Police brutality is a rising occurrence in America.  As defined by uslegal.org, police brutality “is a civil rights violation that occurs when a police officer acts with...

The Women Who Wrote Monster, She Wrote

The Women Who Wrote Monster, She Wrote

Jack Vernon, Social Media December 6, 2019

The Women Behind the Book Monster, She Wrote: The Women Who Pioneered Horror and Speculative Fiction is a new book discussing the women who served as catalysts in the genres of horror and speculative...

As a way to get back at Blizzard, protestors decided to turn the Chinese Overwatch character Mei into a symbol for the Free Hong Kong movement in an attempt to get Overwatch merchandise banned in China.

Hong Kong vs the Chilling Blizzard

Trey Wright, Editor-in-Chief November 22, 2019

The video game company Blizzard has been in a lot of hot water over the past month. At the end of a Hearthstone tournament in China, Blizzard banned the winner for shouting “Free Hong Kong.” Blizzard...

Woods Canyon Lake in Payson, Arizona. Photo by Emily Walker.

Take a Stand Against the Climate Crisis

Emily Walker, Copy Editor November 8, 2019

It is time for people to learn about what they can do to reduce their impact on global warming. Some people believe that climate change is a hoax. These people either believe there isn’t enough evidence...

Sodexo is a French food services and facilities management company and is one of the worlds largest multinational corporations,

Eating Good in DSU’s Neighborhood

Trey Wright, Editor-in-Chief November 1, 2019

During the summer break, Delta State University switched to a new food service vendor: Sodexo.  This change has led to a lot of new developments on campus, such as new cafeteria items on the menu,...

This is a picture of what happen when people dont want to involve themselves in situations.

Bystander Effect

Emily Walker, Copy Editor October 27, 2019

A violent fight occurred at Delta State University on Friday, Sept. 19, 2019. There was a huge crowd, but no one stepped in to help.   According to the U.S. Department of Justice, “About sixty-six...