Archive for October, 2015

2016 presidential election sparks fresh discussion of political climate on campus

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Garrett Barlow Staff Writer As candidates on the national stage prepare for the 2016 elections, citizens all over the country, including Davidson students, have begun to engage in more political thinking. The College Republicans, College Democrats, and College Libertarians are all actively voicing their opinions, and the groups disagree aboutRead More

Getting creative: this year’s Halloween do’s and don’ts

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Jacob Hege Staff Writer October 31st is this Saturday, and we all know what that means: HALLOWEEN! Objectively the best holiday ever (who doesn’t love free candy?). You’ve probably had your costume planned for weeks, months, or even years! Or, you’re like me and you totally forgot that Halloween isRead More

Dancing Through the Decades fights hunger

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Colleen Karlovich Staff Writer Looking for a fun Wednesday night full of homemade baked goods and the swooning sound of the Generals? Or what about a court party but with ice cream? Come on down to Rusk’s Dancing Through the Decades tonight at 9 p.m. cohosted with Fiji, SigEp, theRead More

Finding time: expected coursework hours don’t compute

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Megan Feichtel I would have written this a while ago, but I didn’t have the time. My best friend was in a car accident on Wednesday coming back from a graduate school interview. As she sat there waiting to be removed from her mangled car, we asked if there wasRead More

Empowering people to overcome food deserts near Davidson

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Alston Lee Lippert & Nicky Oyedepo “Food desert?” she asks, and as a look of confusion settled across her face I could almost picture the question mark in the middle of her furrowed brow. Before being given the chance to respond, a friend to my left laughed and attempted toRead More