Thoughts on the DC Bookstore

Defiance College recently transitioned its bookstore from the traditional store setting to a completely web based experience. The store remains open in Hubbard Hall throughout the week selling some apparel, hats, and accessories. The virtual bookstore allows students to order or sell textbooks. Additionally, professors are able to upload the

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Into the Archives: Coach Mee

One of Defiance College’s most storied and successful coaches will be returning to DC for Homecoming on October 5-6 this year.   In his post-DC career, Mee spent 25 years with the Washington Redskins organization. His success as a coach is reflected in his DC record in 1964-66: 18-8 in football,

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DC Baseball Looks Forward to Starting Season

(Defiance, OH) Spring is upon us, and that means that our very own Defiance College baseball team is gearing up for another season. The Yellow Jackets are excited to start, after about a month of being kept indoors for practices. The Jackets are looking to improve on their previous season

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CAB End-of-the-Year Celebrations

As the end-of-the-year approaches, the Campus Activities Board has begun to put together different activities to celebrate the end of the school year. On Sunday, April 22nd, CAB would like to congratulate DC seniors on Senior Sunday! From 6-10 p.m., come join CAB and DJ Mudd for a fun night

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March Madness Sweeps the Nation

March is here and that means basketball is filling the television of viewers across America. People around the office, school, and at home have completed their brackets in hopes of choosing the correct team to win the championship. At this time of the year, many sports fans gather to watch

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Gun Control: Is it Needed?

The issues surrounding guns and the need for more rules and regulations have become a serious concern in America. The problems with guns and the horrific results that have been associated with them are at the forefront for controversial discussions. With the rising number of school shootings ending in death

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