Delta Winds: A Magazine of Student Essays
A Publication of San Joaquin Delta College
A Moment Most Sad
. . . a hotel that stood on a block where drug dealers, drug users, and other destitute souls congregated.
As the alcohol kicks in, I start to daydream and manage mostly to ignore my father's heckling.
Though Hamlet's courage is a bit more present in this scene, true heroes do not take revenge, and surely do not encourage torture or gratuitous suffering.
Ice Cream Cone
I was excited because I thought that they might tell me someting funny, but the next thing wasn't funny at all. It was heartless.
Parent and Child Communication
Other parents might find it helpful to remember being young and how it felt to be a wiggly, little kid.
Sister to Sister
You are thirteen years old for crying out loud, and you shouldn't even know what some of those things are.
The Invidious Nature of Competition
However, competition still has the ability to bring about the worst behavior in many of us.
The Little Girl Once Called Faith
I knew what it was like growing up not knowing my mother; I didn't want to know what it was like not knowing my baby.
The Peripheral Canal: What It Means for the Delta
The Task Force promotes a dual conveyance facility or peripheral canal . . . effectively diverting water before it enters the Delta system.
The Tenth Muse
Sor Juana writes that men are like spoiled children who are quick to judge and who don't know what they want.
What's So Beautiful About It?
So I'd try to educate them about how the G in my name is pronounced as an H, but that made them even more confused.
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