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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From The Archives: Before it was Hubbard Hall

Here’s a student reading in a lounge area of the old Library (now Hubbard Hall) in 1966.  This lounge area was where the Hive is now–the emergency exit door in the background is behind the Hive’s kitchen.  The student is facing the large glass doors behind the curtains, which led

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From The Archives: 1888 Graduating Class

This is a copy of a photo of Defiance College’s first graduating class in 1888.  Mrs. Moll, the lady second from right in the back row, loaned the original to the college to be published in the August 1955 issue of the Alumni News.  You can learn more about Defiance

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Balto Wolf Quest: A Throwback Film Review

People tend to look negatively upon sequels, especially animated sequels as being inferior to the original product. This isn’t without reason, as sequels are often pushed out the door with far less thought and effort then the movies that spawned them, with executives attempting to milk as much viewership out

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Being A Sister in DC Football

When I was kicking for my high school football team, I never would have thought I would kick in college. As much as I loved it, my world was and still is softball; football was just something I had tried out my senior year. Then Coach Goff started asking around

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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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