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Spoken word contest showcases DCCC talent

Lisa Gore performs her first-place winning poem, “The Story”, at DCCC’s Edith Garlow Memorial Spoken   Word Poetry Contest held April 3 in DCCC’s small café. 

                                                                                                                                                                                             Photo by Christopher Linvill

By Christopher Linvill

DCCC’s Edith Garlow Memorial Spoken Word Poetry Contest, hosted by emcee and English professor Eartha Holley, was held April 3 in the small café at DCCC’s Marple Campus. 

Lisa Gore took first place

Date: 
Friday, May 9, 2014

Hundreds of jobseekers drop resumes at Career Fair

Date: 
Friday, May 9, 2014
Isa Staten, a 25-year-old business administration student and SGA president at DCCC’s Southeast Center, sits behind an information table, talking with Ryan Powell, a business administration student, DCCC’s vice president of the Military Club, and U.S.Air Force Staff Sergeant, and Kevin Morgan, a law major who gave a speech, before introducing Chester Mayor John Linder. Staten manned a table at the Student Employment Services’ Career Fair April 16. 

Photo by Joe Gbodai

By Joe Gbodai

Hundreds of jobseekers, including current students, graduates and local residents were on the hunt for a job

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Dr. Carter to retire after 10 years as provost

Date: 
Friday, May 9, 2014


     Surrounded by photos of loved ones, DCCC Provost Dr. Ginny Carter says she

      believes in opening doors to education and has no regrets about her career paths. 

                                                                                    Photo by Victoria Shieler

By Victoria Shieler

Dr. Virginia Carter Ed,D., is not one to miss a day of work as she sits behind her desk surrounded by stacks of paperwork and photographs of her loved ones including her two pet horses Clipper and Gator. 

Carter’s office is fully decorated with several mementos such as little figurines of horses

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Faculty and administrators bid farewell

Date: 
Wednesday, May 7, 2014
Professor of C.A.D. and Physics

MS in Business Economics; 

BS Aeronautical Engineering

19 years 

James G. Raschka
Albert Einstein once said, “It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” And no one seems to fit this quote more than Jim Raschka. 

Raschka has taught at DCCC for the past 19 years as a computer aided design and physics professor. He recalled many positive experiences at the college. 

“I have always enjoyed teaching and helping others,” Raschka said.

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Friends of the Past

Date: 
Wednesday, May 7, 2014

The Communitarian is produced by both current and former students of Fundamentals of Journalism II in collaboration with Campus Life and published at Delaware County Community College. Students who would like to write for the campus newspaper and have already completed Fundamentals of Journalism I (ENG 130) should register for Fundamentals of Journalism II (ENG 131). Students who have completed both classes are welcome back to join the senior staff. For more information, send an e-mail to:

communitarian@mail.dccc.edu.


 

Executive Editor 

Ashley Caldwell

Managing Editor 

Dan O’Neill

Copy Editor 

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Feminists have no more issues to “fight”

Date: 
Wednesday, May 7, 2014

By William Rickards

When President Obama said in his State of the Union address in January that women make 77 cents to the dollar that men make, and compared some workplace policies in America to the show Mad Men, it was not without a deal of fact checking and blow back. From CBS to even the extremely liberal Huffington Post (who framed the article around one study done by feminists to disprove the statistic) the statistic was largely hailed as an exaggeration at best.

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Coldplay – The good, the bad and the in between

Date: 
Tuesday, May 6, 2014

 

    Coldplay members from left to right: drummer Will Champion, bassist Guy Berryman, lead guitar  
    Johnny Buckland, and lead singer Chris Martin pose together for a photograph. 

Photo Courtesy of www.coldplay.com

By Stephanie Kadingo

On March 3, 2014, Coldplay announced that their new album, Ghost Stories, would be hitting stores on May 19. If you are a Coldplay fan, like me, this news was music to your ears. 

In honor of the release of Ghost Stories, I have comprised a list of all the Coldplay albums, ranking them in my own opinion, from their least to best work.

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Photos

 

Trail walkers                                      Trail walkers                                                               left: Erica Swenson Danowitz 

(Reference Librarian)

Right: Mathew Wilsey Cleveland

(English Professor)


 

DCCC students explore a nature trail during an event                                                               Trail walkers

sponsored by Campus Life and the Veterans Club April 22

All Photos by: Windy Joseph

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Don’t fall victim to financial scams

By James Pearson

College students may often ask themselves, “How can I make appropriate financial decisions and avert problems with my finances?” 

During the week of April 7-11, DCCC held a “Money Smart Week” series of workshops and seminars on their Marple campus so individuals could become more knowledgeable about managing personal finances.

In 2002, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago established the Money Smart Week to help consumers with managing finances. 

The workshops which also included the KEYS Program, “Making Money in College,” “Multi-level Marketing Companies,” “Financial

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Protect your skin this summer

Date: 
Tuesday, May 6, 2014

By Victoria Shieler

As summer approaches, many students will be anticipating their summer vacations. Whether it’s visiting family, sightseeing a new city, or relaxing by the beach, odds are they will be spending some time under the sun. 

But if students don’t use enough sunscreen, they are putting themselves at risk for developing a deadly skin cancer, known as melanoma. 

According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, “Melanoma has risen for the amount of people aged from 18 to 39 over the past 40 years and the rates grew by 800 percent among young women and 400 percent among young men.”

One

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