Delta Winds: A Magazine of Student Essays
A Publication of San Joaquin Delta College
Table of Contents
The Great Skater
Oksana Louie tells how Mabel Fairbanks dealt with racism in the sport of ice skating.
L'Oreal Battestelli weaves childhood reminiscences and E.B. White into a recent visit to the outdoors.
Million Man March
Otha Farley discusses the goals determined by the Million Man March.
Nancee Williams suggests acceptance into kindergarten should not be determined solely by age.
A Mother's Agony
Otha Farley challenges the fairness of the legal system.
Freedom at Last
Lin Yit's account of childhood memories under the Khmer Rouge.
Racism and Sexism in Advertising
Shafeeq Sadiq analyzes the messages found in advertisements.
Lost and Found
Karen Kulkowski details how she overcame a drug addiction.
My Talking Baseball Mitt
John Poynter's narrative of a series of Little League experiences.
The Great Hispanic Way
Alaska Rivera reveals parental and cultural differences in raising sons and daughters.
Me and My Shadow
Cathy Murtha recalls meeting her guide dog for the first time.
Sexism in the Military
Marie Gatz questions the use of separate institutions in the military.
The Silent Heart
Sara Angel meditates on the importance of communication in a relationship.
A Lesson About Life
Jennifer McCasland's story of the lingering effects of witnessing the breakup of her parents.
Patrick Sánchez Powell explores how individuals of Mexican heritage view themselves.
Raindrops to Rainbows
Cathy Murtha shares how to appreciate tender moments on a rainy day.
Books Aren't Only for Worms
Saundra Wilson encourages reading for people and worms alike.
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