1998 Delta Winds
A Magazine of Student Essays
A Publication of San Joaquin Delta College 1998
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.
- Black Cherries
Jason Durrett relates a haunting family story.
- Grandmother's Gift
Sarah Williams finds solace in a time of grief.
- Kennedy Meadows
Diana Z. Blaney-Silva returns to a familiar family campground.
- Nothing Wrong Can Happen
Terrie Smith on being thirteen years old and pregnant.
- Nascar--Fast Ads
Lynette Kniss observes the proliferation of advertisements at the race track.