Archive for September, 2015

President Quillen engages community in State of the Campus

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Olive Daniels Staff Writer On Monday evening, many Davidson students and some faculty members gathered in the Duke Family Performance Hall to listen as President Carol Quillen delivered the first ever State of the Campus Address. Spearheaded by the Student Government Association (SGA), the event was held to build bridgesRead More

Go inside the inner workings of Union Board

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Carr Kinsey Staff Writer Davidson’s biggest campus events, from Winterfest to Spring Frolics, come with all the showy trappings of months of planning. These events are the ones students think of when they think of the Union Board (UB) — the organization with the power to bring inflatable slides andRead More

Davidson evolves as construction reconfigures campus

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    Reid walker Staff Writer   Students returned to Davidson to find the construction on campus a shock; three short months have advanced the progress of the Academic Neighborhood tremendously. With the extension of Baker Sports Complex near completion, and the New Academic Building taking shape, the summer providedRead More

College welcomes largest ever freshman class

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  Steffaney Wood Senior Staff Writer As the largest class in the history of the college, the 513 members of the Class of 2019 are part of the college’s plan to eventually expand to a student body of 2,000. Although this first-year class only has nine more enrolled students thanRead More

Opening soon: Regina José Galindo: Bearing Witness

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Daisy Jones Contributing Writer The Museum of Art describes “Performance Art” as a form of art in which the performer’s body serves as the medium. The first real movement of performance art was in the 1960’s, and the MoMA notes that it normally consists of time, space, the performer’s body,Read More