The Future of Internet

By DREW METZ (Defiance, Oh) The revolution began last November, with almost no one to witness it.  A technician in a small home in Kansas City, Kansas, plugged a fiber-optic cable from the street into his white wall jack and history was made. The small blue light indicating that there

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Laundry Woes

Laundry can be an unexpected financial burden on students. At Defiance College it cost $2.50 to complete just one load of laundry, which might mean picking between a clean shirt and spending the night out. If a student does their laundry twice a month then they will find themselves paying

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Thor Swings Back into Action

Lights. Camera. Action. It might seem a little cliché, but Thor: The Dark World, which premiered on November 8, followed that exact guideline. The lights dimmed, and the trademark comic page turning intro of Marvel began. Action hungry audience members only needed to wait two minutes, before the sci-fi action

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DC Helps Draw Campus Awareness to Sexual and Domestic Abuse

  By MYCAH LEWIS Wednesday night saw the encore performance of Diamond in the Rough.  What began as a project by Defiance College students Mandie Heil and Dorothy Pascol for Dr. Chris Medjesky’s Communication and Performance class last spring, has become a full production performed for the Defiance community The

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Reliving Our Childhood

By KAYLA BOHN “Pikachu! I choose you!”  As a child, I loved Pokémon.  Who didn’t?  You got to control a boy, catch Pokémon, and battle them against other Pokémon.  You wanted to fill your Pokédex. The franchise captured the youth with their cartoons, card games and video games and occupied

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Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

By COURTNEY FLECK (Defiance, Oh) The Defiance College theater program will be performing “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” on November 21st – 24th in Schomburg auditorium in Dana Hall.  It is free to all Defiance College students as long as you have your student I.D with you.  Thursday – Saturday the performances

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The Long Road Ahead

By MYCAH LEWIS Winter is right around the corner, and so are those cold nights that are just so perfect for cuddling. Yet for many college students those cold winter nights will be spent alone thinking about the distance between them and the one they love.

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