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Men’s Basketball Falls in A10 Semifinal

Men’s Basketball Falls in A10 Semifinal

James Reilly ’21 Sports Correspondent Davidson Men’s Basketball entered Friday’s A10 tournament as the second seed, vying for the automatic NCAA tournament bid that comes with a conference title. The ‘Cats took on the tenth-seeded Hawks of Saint Joseph’s, a team with whom they split the season series, in theRead More

Quillen and the College Should Promote Free Speech

Quillen and the College Should Promote Free Speech

Lizzie Kane ’22 Being Jewish, I felt endangered by the tweets the Davidson student, who is no longer on campus, allegedly posted this past fall. They were homophobic, racist, and anti-Semitic. The student posted pictures of the Ku Klux Klan and said she wished she could go back to theirRead More

Davidson Responds to New Voter ID Law

Jack Dowell ‘21 Staff Writer A constitutional amendment and a new law are set to change how North Carolina citizens and Davidson students vote in the 2020 elections, and the college is moving to create new ID cards to meet the requirements. During the 2018 midterms, North Carolina voted to passRead More

Students Who Want to Change, Go to Common Ground

Students Who Want to Change, Go to Common Ground

Sabid Hossain ’21 I was initially a large critic of Common Ground. When I first heard about it, I was skeptical about this so-called “ideal” organization that could facilitate conversations between all affinity groups. Because I had never heard of Common Ground, an organization that existed on campus for years, IRead More

State of Concussions: From the Editor’s Desk

Max Pearson ’22 Sports Editor Concussions are one of the most contentious topics in sports today. The National Football League (NFL) owners introduced new helmet regulations last year in response to a league-high 291 diagnosed concussions in the 2017-2018 season. This figure may be as a result of better systemsRead More