Archive for September, 2015

Men’s tennis continues solid fall campaign

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Ian Robertson Staff Writer The team may not begin official competition until mid-February, but men’s tennis is wasting no time preparing for the upcoming season. Led by the talented sophomore duo of Artem Khrap- ko ‘18 and Shamuel Chaudry ‘18, both of whom were named to the A-10 All-Conference TeamRead More

My Course Evaluation of Professor S. Staff

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They told me Professor S. Staff didn’t exist, that I had been hoodwinked, duped by the registrar. And I believed them because I was new, ignorant, lost. So, I spent the first month of school in my dorm room, not attending the unattendable four classes with Professor Staff for whichRead More

Student Unwillingly Spends 200 Dining Dollars And Maxes Out Cat Card At Union Café

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On September 18, Susanna Johnson walked away from the Union Café with a little more than she bargained for. Though she entered the eatery with the simple intention of using a meal swipe to purchase a chicken quesadilla and some snacks, Johnson exited the café with what could only beRead More

Campus Prepares To Awaken Green Day Lead Singer When September Ends

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Davidson College is abuzz with activity as it prepares for autumn. Fall festivities include Jack-O-Learning, FlickerFall and the Last Leaf Drag Race. But before we can get to those, we must inaugurate the season with a crowd favorite: the annual attempt to awaken Green Day lead singer Billie Joe ArmstrongRead More

In first for Davidson, freshmen settle in to mixed-gender halls

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Colleen Karlovich Staff Writer This fall, Davidson began a pilot program for freshmen: “gender-neutral” halls, an initiative that began approximately three years ago with an idea by Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) members. Before 2012, only Martin Court apartments and Tomlinson suites would allow a group of 4 or 5 students toRead More