San Joaquin Delta College

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Women Recognized for their Courage, Leadership and Strength: The Adelita Awards

2012 Adelita’s by Tex- Mex Photo

(bw) STOCKTON, CA — “These women are courageous, have perseverance, and lots of strength,” said Connie Martinez, co-chair of the Adelita  Awards at the Mexican Heritage Center and Gallery while explaining that they selected women who are not necessarily in the spotlight.  “There are a lot of women that do not have the opportunity to have a university degree; but they work really hard throughout their lives.” Continue reading

SJDelta selects new president

Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly

The current President of the Eureka, CA. College of the Redwoods has been selected as the new San Joaquin Delta College College top executive. Continue reading

Viviana Guzmán: Flute of the World comes to town

Half Moon Bay, CA / Bilingual Weekly

Viviana Guzmán is not just an internationally renowned flutist, but an example of triumph over fate. Continue reading

Fog to smog at Delta College


Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly

It was a cold and foggy morning, but that did not seemed to bother the drivers who were already at one of San Joaquin Delta College’s parking lots to be the first in line for the Tune In & Tune Up event on Saturday, February 22, 2011 Continue reading

Free smog tests, vouchers, back to Delta College

See photos from 11/1/2008 event

Stockton, CA/ Bilingual Weekly

If you’re driving a 1995 model car or older, you’ve owned it for at least six months… and you want to know if it will pass the California Smog test, you can do it this coming Saturday, January 22, 2011, FOR FREE.

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Stockton artist goes national

Edinburg, TX / via Bilingual Weekly
Stockton-raised artist and UTPA (University of Texas-Pan American) Art Department Lecturer, Paul Valadez recently received the good news from two major museums regarding the acquisitions of his serigraph, Abuela which was printed in collaboration with The Serie Project in Austin, TX.
Both The El Museo del Barrio in New York City and The National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico are acquiring the artwork of Paul Valadez to be a part of their permanent museum collections.
Valadez created the print in collaboration with The Serie Project after being chosen

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U.S. Senate to ponder dream

Stockton vigil

Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly
Last night, December 6, 2010, Latinos gathered in vigils all over the nation to send a message to the Senate as they ponder on the future of the DREAM Act on two separate bills that seek to give an opportunity of legalization to undocumented college students and in the military. Continue reading

FRRC distinguishes Janet Rivera

Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly

Janet Rivera, Vice President of the San Joaquin Delta College (SJDC) Board and Stockton Unified School District administrator was a recipient for one of the Family Resource and Referral Center’s awards under the category of Elected Official. Continue reading

Astronauts blast off at Pacific

Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly

The Jose Hernandez Science Blast 2010 at the University of the Pacific included an actual blast, loud and clear, that could be heard well beyond the campus. Continue reading

Stockton Symphony’s Eternal Quest


The midsection of a cello.

Mid Section of Cello


Stockton,CA-Israeli-born Cellist Featured at Stockton Symphony’s “Eternal Quest” Classics Continue reading

Dolores rocks alma mater

Stockton, CA / Bilingual Weekly

National labor activist and cofounder of the United Farm Workers (UFW) union, Dolores Huerta, made two significant visits to her hometown this past week: to her alma mater,  the University of the Pacific, and to the San Joaquin Delta College. Continue reading

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