From The Archives: Inauguration 1964

With President Mankey’s inauguration in mind, here’s an image from another inauguration in DC’s past, President Noel Johnston’s in 1964. The ceremony was held outdoors in late October; notice the bare trees. The DC choir is leading the procession, with faculty following the flag carriers.  Whitney Hall can be seen

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Rape Culture: It’s On Us.

Catharine A. MacKinnon once said “In a society in which equality is a fact, not merely a word, words of racial or sexual assault and humiliation will be nonsense syllables.” On Tuesday, October 11, The Office of Intercultural Relations held a sexual assault panel. The panel was made up of

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The Better of Two Evils

The month of October has been buzzing with discussions and sidetalk of the presidential debate and the two candidates. Around campus much of the beginning of classes has dealt with talk about Trump or Clinton. People have asked: Are you voting? Who are you voting for? Why are you voting

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From The Archives: Homecoming 1964

DC’s Homecoming parades used to be a big event in Defiance.  This is a float created by the Beta Sigma sorority for the 1964 parade, in front of what is now the Carpet Unlimited store on N. Clinton, south of the College. The Ayersville High School band is behind the

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NAMI Candle Light Vigil: What You Missed

Last Sunday, October 2, St. John United Church of Christ held the 17 th annual candlelight vigil for the Four County National Alliance for Mental Illness. The service was opened by a few speakers from NAMI, Les McCaslin and Ron Hofacker, The explained what their organization is all about: giving

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An Interview with The Women’s Basketball Team

Basketball season is around the corner. In light of that, let’s take a look back on last years Defiance women’s basketball season and what they plan to accomplish this year! Last year, the women worked hard and made it to the conference tournament. They did not have the season they

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Major and Minor Decisions

Most Freshman come to college with the pressures of their parents, and sometimes even themselves, to choose a major that will help them decide what they want to do for the rest of their lives. Figuring out what the rest of your life may look like for an 18 or

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