Archive for November, 2015

Students lead solidarity demonstration

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Mary Click Co-News Editor An estimated 250 Davidson students, faculty, administrators and staff circled the flagpole on Thursday during Common Hour in solidarity with student-activists around the country marking a National Day of Action. “I’m proud of our community,” said Rashaad Phillips ’16, who, alongside Fabian Lara ’16, planned Davidson’sRead More

Volleyball impresses in last two games

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Isaac Mervis Staff Writer Several Wildcats put on their Davidson jerseys for the last time this weekend. The five volleyball seniors, Gaylen Fronk, Morgan Shannon, Michelle McNeight, Layne Doctson and Hannah Rau, were honored as they stepped onto the court Sunday to celebrate their careers as Wildcats. The weekend festivitiesRead More

Early leads the way for women’s basketball in her 5th year

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Lo Donato Staff Writer Women’s basketball opened its season against Furman on the road this past Friday. The ‘Cats started their 2015-16 season with a strong 69-51 win, avenging last year’s season-opening defeat (67-60) to the Paladins. Hannah Early ’16 continues to be an impact player on the court forRead More

An open letter of hope to black students at University of Missouri

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This letter was written by the leaders of the historically black sororities and fraternities at Davidson College as part of a nationwide action to show support for our fellow Black peers at University of Missouri. We, student leaders of historically black organizations at Davidson College, stand in solidarity with theRead More

Exhaustion: Reality as a student of color at Davidson College

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Fabian Lara I am a senior. I am a sociology major. I am from Chicago. I am Latino. I am a second-generation citizen. I am a first-generation college student. I am here at Davidson. I am Fabian Lara, and I am tired. It is that time of the semester whenRead More