“Baby Driver” movie review

By Jeff Boudreaux        “Baby Driver” is a high-octane, enthralling crime dramedy(?) from writer/director Edgar Wright (“Shaun of the Dead”), focusing on a criminal that you will not be able to hate. Therefore, in the canon of [...]

Free passes to “Spider-Man: Homecoming!”

Attention Spidey fans, Marvel fans or even all-around movie lovers! Would you like to see “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” the latest (soon-to-be) blockbuster from Marvel Studios and Columbia Pictures, over a week before the general [...]

“Rough Night” movie review

By Jeff Boudreaux “Rough Night,” the latest girls-going-wild comedy starring Scarlett Johansson and Kate McKinnon, turned out to be not nearly as rough a night personally, as I was convinced it would be. After all, I absolutely groaned [...]

“It Comes at Night” movie review

By Jeff Boudreaux   “It Comes at Night,” the sophomore effort from indie writer/director Trey Edward Shults (“Krisha”), is a highly ambiguous narrative, operating well-within the vast boundaries of psychological horror. So ambiguous, [...]

Free passes to “Rough Night” starring Scarlett Johansson!

Hey Dolphins! Would you like to see “Rough Night,” the wild new comedy starring Scarlett Johansson and Kate McKinnon, absolutely free? Well, if you answered yes, then all you have to do is visit http://www.sonyscreenings.com/DCCRNCOLLEGE to [...]

One Of The Dolphin Editors Needs Our Help

By Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder, May 23, 2017 If you have been reading The Dolphin Newspaper the past couple of years, you may recognize the name, Meghan Henoumont.  As a student at Delgado Community College (DCC), she has also worked [...]

Inaugural Festival de Robotique set for May 25, 2017

Press Release edited by Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder, May 20, 2017 SEN. HEWITT ANNOUNCES CELEBRATION OF COMPETITIVE ROBOTICS PROGRAMS FROM ACROSS LOUISIANA District 1 State Senator Sharon Hewitt (R- Slidell) is pleased to announce [...]

Hung King Festival in Vietnam

By Thao Nguyen Every year since 2007, the Vietnamese have been celebrating Hung Kings Commemorations holiday. The purpose of this traditional holiday to pay tribute to the work of Hung Kings, who are believed to be the ancestors of Vietnamese, [...]

Fine Arts Exhibit

By Alanna Benoit Fine Arts students from the Delgado Community College City Park and West Bank campuses are presenting their work to the public in an exhibition opening Thursday April 20 and continuing through April 27 at the Isaac Delgado [...]


By Ricardo Betancourt After Katrina, New Orleans bypassed and became one of the most influential art cities in America. Many new companies such as Defend New Orleans (DNO), New Orleans Grown and Abstract New Orleans have come together to showcase [...]