Delta Winds: A Magazine of Student Essays
A Publication of San Joaquin Delta College
Table of Contents
Loving Life in Montana
Lori Bruno discovers the beauty of life as a ranchhand at an isolated hunting lodge.
A Memorable Place
Brandi Williams recalls the details of weekend sailing outings with her father.
America's Shell Game
Steven Price questions how Americans have become accustomed to shifting blame and avoiding the truth.
Are You a Father or a Daddy?
Ken Moffett discusses how fatherhood changed his life.
Kevin Walcott finds himself rescued by a familiar stranger.
Coming Home: A Study in Contrast
Ken Moffett compares the treatment of Vietnam War veterans to that of previous returning soldiers.
Crowding the Aisles
Becki Lynn Webber argues in favor of reduced class sizes in our schools.
Drowning in Sorrow
Lori Bruno tells how tragic accidents can change lives.
Carmela Brown analyzes what is lost in a family when material goods are gained.
Mrs. Smith's Kindergarten Class
Mary Hernandez describes the strange behavior found in a kindergarten class through the eyes of an immigrant child.
School Safety: Is It a Lost Cause?
Jennifer Lewis presents examples of ways to guard against school violence.
Becki Lynn Webber raises the question of looks versus brains and long-term rewards.
Too Busy for Dreaming
Irma Diaz finds no help in caring for the family while balancing her full-time job with her schoolwork.
Dung Nguyen points out how the selfish nature of people can be found in our society and in Greek mythology.
Robert Phillips considers life as a book in the caring hands of a bookbinder.
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