Frenchie can hit. When Myriam Lebied-Julien signed on with the Buccaneer volleyball team, the freshman from Riom, France, nicknamed "Frenchie" by her teammates, expected to play as a setter. After all, that was her specialty. Or so she had been told. But it wasn't long after fall training camp began for the Dawson Community College women that Coach John Marble said Julien's talent as a hitter began to show. "We realized that she could contribute as an outside hitter," Marble said. "She reads the court very well and can find the open spot on the floor.
Dawson Community College’s theater production of Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple” will take the stage for two nights November 13th and 14th at 7:00 PM in the Toepke Center Theater on the DCC campus.
Three Buccaneer volleyball players will participate in their last matches at the Toepke Center this weekend.
They are the last of the first – the only players from the 2008 inaugural team at Dawson Community College to return for a second season – the majority of the team graduated last spring.
This Spring semester, make it a point to study in the ASC computer lab at least 5 times. Why? Because there will be 5 consecutive art exhibits you’ll want to see.
DCC has a new program that makes it easy for businesses to provide high-quality training for their employees—no matter how many employees they have or where they're located. DCC has partnered with ed2go to offer hundreds of online, instructor-facilitated employee training courses.
Dawson Community College Gallery 126 is pleased to announce Ex Meus Perspective an exhibit of paintings by artist Tom Shoush. There will be an Artist’s Reception for Shoush on Tuesday, October 13th from 5:00 to 7:00 PM. This gathering is free and open to the public. Please join us for a viewing of Tom’s artwork, for conversation, and refreshments.
When Lady Buccaneer Kirby Sabec went up for an attack during Monday night's Dig Pink match, she wasn't just looking for a kill. She was swinging for money.
Dawson Community College took on Bismarck State College in Mon-Dak Conference play at the Toepke Center, dedicating the night to Dig Pink, a national breast cancer awareness rally promoted by the Side-Out Foundation.
Dawson Community College's 2009 Buccaneer Gala will commence at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, October 24th, 2009 on campus in the Toepke Center. An exciting evening of fun will include a social, a gourmet dinner, silent auction, a live auction with Rick Kniepkamp, and music and dancing to “The Xperts”. The Buccaneer Gala dinner menu includes a selection of appetizers, fresh mixed green salad, an entrée featuring stuffed sirloin steak accompanied by twice-baked potatoes and grilled vegetables, followed by delectable desserts.
Windows Vista Essentials taught by instructor Marcia Holas will begin Tuesday October 6th. “You will use a case-based approach to explore the basics of Microsoft Windows Vista,” said Marcia “then learn to organize your files and personalize your Windows environment.”
This course offers hands on training needed to become a proficient Windows Vista user. The course showcases innovative new features in Windows Vista, including a sidebar that provides information at a glance and improved file organization techniques.
Dawson Community College sophomore Amanda Shadbolt is the Mon-Dak conference volleyball player of the week. The 5-11 Canadian hitter is in her second year with the Buccaneer program and was recognized after a stand-out week of play for the Bucs.
She racked up 33 kills, six blocks, 22 digs, five aces and four assists over five matches for the team last week. Shadbolt, speaking from the Wyo-Braska Shootout in Scottsbluff, Neb., on Thursday said she was honored by the news of the conference pick.