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A Call for Unity

A Call for Unity

Alumni Outlook: Grads Weigh In Alex Soltany ’18 After four consecutive years on campus, it has been hard for me to be physically separated from Davidson College, a community that has given so much to me. It has been even harder to witness Davidson’s recent struggles from afar, as theRead More

Liberation Through Focused Work

Liberation Through Focused Work

Alumni Outlook: Grads Weigh In Pablo Zevallos ’16 In the midst of exceptionally challenging times, words attributed to the recently-canonized Catholic Archbishop of El Salvador, Oscar Romero, come to mind: “We cannot do everything, and there is a sense of liberation in realizing that. This enables us to do something,Read More

“A Demand For Transparency:” A Letter, Explained

“A Demand For Transparency:” A Letter, Explained

Alumni Outlook: Grads Weigh In Vita Dadoo ’18 As a result of the unprecedented attention the circulating alumni letter received, I would like to draw attention to the letter’s arguments and its demands in light of the College’s responses to the recent abhorrent incidents on campus. Dissecting the letter, IRead More

Stop the Cycle: Speak Up

Stop the Cycle: Speak Up

Alumni Outlook: Grads Weigh In Shassata Fahim ’18 The sentiment that “this is not the Davidson that I know” is part of the rhetoric that has been extremely frustrating to me as a recent alumnus of the institution. For people of color, receiving a DOX Alert notifying them of allegedRead More

In the Moment: Returning to the Davidson I Thought I Knew

In the Moment: Returning to the Davidson I Thought I Knew

Alumni Outlook: Grads Weigh In Julia Relova ’18 At Davidson I never felt threatened on campus for any of my identities. I always felt safe. Many students and alumni have helped me realize that Davidson has never been a completely safe place for many students with underrepresented identities on campus.Read More