Delta Winds: A Magazine of Student Essays
A Publication of San Joaquin Delta College
- The Dangers of Fossil Fuels
Opponents argue that the ozone standard is healthy as is, and a new law would only harm the economy and the world.
- A Foreigner in Rabat: An Analysis of Conformity in Moroccan Culture Using the Concepts of Ruggiero and Allport
Living as a foreigner in Rabat, Morocco, allowed me to appreciate the freedoms and restrictions I took for granted in the U.S. and exposed me to an unfamiliar way of living.
- Positive Influence and Persistence: A Film Review of McFarland, USA
McFarland, USA, directed by Niki Caro, tells the story of a disgraced former football coach who teaches a band of Latino laborers how to push themselves beyond their presumed capacity.
- Through the Kill Zone
I did what most of us (Veterans) do: suffer in silence.
- Literature's Role in Peace
One of the writers that comes to mind whenever the concept of world peace is discussed is Maxine Hong Kingston, who was born . . . in Stockton, California.
- Making a Short Film
So we threw out most of the script and relied heavily on improvisation, which worked fairly well since we had been really close friends for years.
- Complex Characters and Cruel Children in Intermission and Broken
Even children deal with these complex and harsh issues from a young age in these films-just as they do in real life.
- How Depression Affects Romantic Relationships
. . . the best way to have a healthy relationship is to replace self-doubt with self-compassion. . . .
- Learning to Read
My childhood tutor taught me "Grit," and that is what makes me complete this assignment.
- Latinos Facing Discrimination: A Review of Becoming Dr. Q
He enrolled in classes at San Joaquin Delta College and worked during the nights cleaning ship tankers. . . .
- Unreliable Narrators in the Works of Poe
The narrator is not just being tortured, but in his actions, he is causing torture to the reader. . . .
- He Never Said He Loved Me
Writing about this right now puts me right back in that corner where my mother was curled up shaking.