“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 [...]

Remembering D-Day: The Delgado Connection

By Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder, June 6, 2017 If you have been following The Dolphin Newspaper, print edition and online edition this year, you should have read the stories about the history behind the named buildings and monuments [...]

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 [...]

Delgado Vice-Chancellor Kathleen Curphy Resigned

From Staff Reports Kathleen Curphy, formerly the Vice-Chancellor of Academic Affairs and Provost for Delgado Community College (DCC) “turned in her letter of resignation on Friday [May 26, 2017],” said Laura Sampson, Executive Dean’s [...]

Member of La. Guard’s Military Funeral Honors team performs 1,000th funeral

By Staff Sgt. Josiah Pugh, 241st Mobile Public Affairs Detachment Edited for The Dolphin Newspaper by Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder, May 29, 2017 PINEVILLE, LA — “Whenever I feel myself becoming emotionally attached and wanting [...]

Red Cross Shares Summer Safety Tips

Press Release edited by Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder, May 27, 2017, @ 3 a.m. Getting trained and downloading First Aid and Swim Apps make summer fun and travel easy and safe NEW ORLEANS, THURSDAY May 25, 2017 — Many Louisiana [...]

Why the Business Model Doesn’t Work for Higher Education

By Susan Hague Back in the ‘80s, corporations, especially publicly-traded ones that answered to stockholders, went through a purging of employees to maintain profits. The phrase, “lean and mean,” described the lack of loyalty businesses [...]

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 [...]

Delgado Kills Its Golden Goose

By Susan Hague Created in 1921 as a trade school for boys, Delgado is the oldest community college in Louisiana, and two of the feathers in its cap were its TV Production and Mass Communication programs. In what looks to be a return to workforce [...]

DCC Students Plan March on LCTCS Board of Supervisors Meeting

Editorial by Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder If you are one of the dozens of adversely affected students due to the recent cancellations of the TV Production and Mass Communication programs at Delgado Community College (DCC), then other [...]