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Students Investigate German Politics

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Kaizad Irani ’22 and EJ Canny ’19 Staff writers  While most politically conscious Americans have shifted their attentions toward the results of this past week’s midterm elections, many are unaware of the massive changes occurring in German politics. Late this past October, Germany’s chancellor, Angela Merkel, announced that she wouldRead More

SGA Update 11/1

SGA Update 11/1

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Native Foodways and Davidson’s Food Culture

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Alyssa Tirrell ‘22 Staff writer On October 26, 2018, four professors from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke (UNCP) gathered in the Lily Gallery for Davidson’s first Native Foodways Symposium. Foodways is a developing, interdisciplinary field of study that focuses on the ways in which food and food productionRead More

Jewish Studies

Jewish Studies

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Dahlia Krutkovich ‘21 My Russian professor, Dr. Amanda Ewington, began our first class after the shooting at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh with a brief overview of Russian anti-Semitism. After moving through different waves of pogroms, forced resettlements, and mass-emigrations, she ended with a warning: be vigilant of aRead More

Transgender Rights

Transgender Rights

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Emma Shealy ‘22 On October 24th, the Department of Justice of the United States filed an amicus curiae brief in the case of R.G. and G. R. Funeral Homes v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, a lawsuit involving a trans woman who was fired from her job after informing her bossRead More