Delta Winds: A Magazine of Student Essays
A Publication of San Joaquin Delta College
Letter from the Editors
Changes in Life
When marriages cannot be salvaged, they are usually dissolved by the same elders who represented the bride and groom at the wedding.
I Have a DREAM
Lastly, the DREAM Act should be passed because it would allow young individuals the opportunity to get an education and to further benefit the community.
They made me change everything about myself. They were the Goths, the freaks, the loners, whatever you choose to call them, but they were my friends.
Small Asian Woman
She walked through miles of battlefields and jungles, treading carefully around mines, so that one day I might walk freely on the paved streets and sidewalks of America.
The Bused In Kida
We were seen only as a problem—ten buses of baby-making, ESL, underachieving gangsters.
The King Dead on the Throne: An Analytical Comparison of Elvis Presley's and Kurt Cobain's Legacies after Death
When Elvis died, . . . a new legacy began: that of the overweight has-been who spent the last minutes of his life on the toilet.
The proposed DREAM Act would also provide unjust tuition favors that law-abiding foreigners and out-of-state students are denied.
The Truest Gift
Our home was prone to spontaneously become a war zone, in which the main combatants were my daughter and I.
Treating Members of the Disabled Population as Our Equals
All etiquette involving communicating and interacting with people with disabilities revolves around respect and courtesy.
Where Does It End?
Eventually because of the Dust Bowl of the 1930s, her family migrated to Stockton. They left everything else they ever knew to start a new life, but they kept their racial bias.
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