Archive for November, 2015

Honor Council Performs Sting Operation on Potential Chicken Tender Thieves

Honor Council Performs Sting Operation on Potential Chicken Tender Thieves

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While the exact details of the operation were supposed to be kept under wraps, a recent leak on Yik Yak revealed the lengths that the Honor Council is willing to go to catch potential violators of the Honor Code. This controversial operation was performed by the Davidson College Honor CouncilRead More

RLO Adds New Predictor To First Year Roommate Questionnaire

RLO Adds New Predictor To First Year Roommate Questionnaire

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All first-years know they have to take the Myers-Briggs test to pair them with their optimal freshman roommate. Often considered the E-Harmony of friendship finding, the standard questions asked revolve around sleeping habits, music tastes, and cleanliness. However, there has recently been a drop in the rate of freshmen choosingRead More

In landmark moment, brand new athletic facility officially opens

In landmark moment, brand new athletic facility officially opens

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  Steffaney Wood Senior Staff Writer On Sunday, the ribbon-cutting ceremony conducted by Director of Athletics Jim Murphy marked the opening of the $13.3 million Harry L. Vance Athletic Center, an addition to the Baker Sports Complex. The dedication ceremony included words from President Carol Quillen and men’s basketball coachRead More

College releases three-year summary of sexual misconduct reports

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Mary Porter Staff Writer Earlier this month, the college released its first three-year summary of sexual misconduct reports in compliance with one of last year’s revisions to the sexual misconduct policy—“Policy and Procedures on Sexual Misconduct, Relationship Abuse, Violence, and Stalking”—in which the college agreed to publish such a reportRead More

Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses book and race relations in America

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AJ Naddaff & Madison Abbott Guest Contributors In two weeks, according to Ta-Nehisi Coates, you will see a report of another black life lost to police brutality. He claims it is inevitable at this point. This somber thought reverberated across a sold-out John M. Belk Arena Monday evening, where an audienceRead More