Delta Winds: A Magazine of Student Essays
A Publication of San Joaquin Delta College
Table of Contents
The "Mom" Dress
Cathy Murtha's light-hearted account of a visit spent trying to please her mother.
Humbled and Homesick
Diana Z. Blaney-Silva remembers some close encounters on a childhood camping experience.
Every Girl's Dream
Lucia Cornejo describes how she responded to her son's rare syndrome.
Le Jour Des Rois
Gisèle Manceau on the customary French celebration on "The Day of the Kings."
The Right Shoes Equal Acceptance
Gabriel Basulto relates a difficult lesson learned from her classmates.
Schools Gone Bad
Thomas Lechich recommends more homework for grade school students.
The World of Reading
Rochelle A. Anderson discusses the benefits of reading.
Bilingual Education--Not So Impossible
Mario Ochoa counters Richard Rodriguez' views on bilingual education.
Jason Durrett relates a haunting family story.
Sarah Williams finds solace in a time of grief.
Diana Z. Blaney-Silva returns to a familiar family campground.
Nothing Wrong Can Happen
Terrie Smith on being thirteen years old and pregnant.
Lynette Kniss observes the proliferation of advertisements at the race track.
About the Authors