Healthy Lifestyles: Advocare 10-Day Cleanse

Have you heard about the healthy cleanse taking campus by storm? Many students and faculty around campus have began to take part in the Advocare 10 day cleanse. With that said, students have began to incorporate the Smart Center, a healthy diet, and Advocare products into their daily life. The

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The New and Improved Hive!

Can you believe that within just a few short years, The Hive has gone from something to nothing at all to bigger and better than ever before?! For some, now is all you know, but for others, particularly upperclassmen, change has been a beautiful thing. Now, aside from the everyday

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DC Welcomes Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach Gonzalo Vivas

As of January 9th, 2017, Defiance College has a new Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach, Mr. Gonzalo Vivas. And while he’s new to campus, he sure isn’t new to the tennis world. A Huntington University alum with coaching experience at Indiana Tech University, The Defender sat Coach Vivas down for

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The 17th Annual Empty Bowls

Last Thursday, February 16th from 4:30-7:00 p.m. the Defiance College Social Work Organization hosted the 17th annual Empty Bowls event. Empty Bowls took place at the Knights of Columbus Hall at 111 Elliott Road, Defiance. Admission was $12 which includes a handmade bowl from Brandon Knott and $8 for children

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Chamber Singers Community Showcase

Last Saturday afternoon, February 4, the DC Chamber Singers put on a showcase, as they have for Valentine’s Day for the past five years. This time was a little different. Rather than simply performing for the college, they performed for the community. The Skylark Youth Center were the hosts of

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New Faculty: Dr. Jim Watson

Many of my days here at DC start off or end with a trip to Schauffler which is where I am currently writing right now. Many music students find ourselves here very often, especially in 117. There is one person though that I see more often than not and that

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Stone Soup

On October 6th, the Arts and Humanities departments hosted its “Stone Soup” event, which is hosted annually. The event consisted of food, intellectual conversations, and drinks. The turnout for such a small event and space was pretty large for the maximum of people being in the space at once being

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