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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Super Bowl LI in The Hive!

The Super Bowl is upon us once again! This year’s Super Bowl is a bit of an unexpected one when it comes to one of the teams involved. The Atlanta Falcons have had one other Super Bowl appearance and they are about to face off against the team with the

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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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Colleges: Big vs. Small

The way a person perceives their future, where they come from, and what their interests are, all have an effect when picking a school to further their education after high school. Some students see themselves at a big university post graduation, other students enjoy a small town feel and will

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From the Archives: Thanksgiving Dinner, 2002

The Serrick Center was still new when this Thanksgiving dinner took place in 2002.  Professor Harper is in the center (under the TV) serving drinks to students.  Don’t forget to partake in this year’s Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday Nov. 17 at 5:00PM. From Barb Sedlock, Archival Librarian

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Tips for Contacting Potential Employers via Email and Phone Call

At this point in the lives of college students, finding internships and working towards a career is very important. Students are learning to be professional, make connections and network, and reach out to potential employers that could determine their future life course. The following are a few tips to make

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From The Archives: Home Economics Class, 1929?

This photo was just donated to the Archives in the last few days. It’s of a Home Economics laboratory class at DC, probably in 1929. DC’s Home Ec course listings in the 1929/30 catalog included sewing, cooking, child care, and homemaking classes, and the students also had to take biology

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