Archive for April, 2016

Community responds to recent controversial NC legislation

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Staff Writer Meera Nagaraj Since the passage of House Bill 2, more commonly known as the “bathroom bill” or HB2, on March 23, North Carolina has been the subject of national controversy. Cited as the one of the most anti-LGBTQ+ pieces of legislation in the nation, HB2 requires people toRead More

Davidson Refugee Support group sends members abroad

Davidson Refugee Support group sends members abroad

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Staff Writer Colleen Karlovich The Davidson Refugee Support (DRS) group is doing more than supporting refugees in Charlotte – they are also sending students abroad to tackle problems head-on. The group has extensive summer work planned out for the next year, including a series of lectures, a trip to theRead More

Students seek to establish Asian-American studies program

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Staff Writer Laila King The initiative to create an Asian-American Studies department or major at Davidson began when Evan Yi’18 sought to create an Asian-American Studies major for himself through the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, but he found that there were not enough classes to complete his course requirement.  TheRead More

Visibility Project aims to reconcile faith with LGBTQ+ community

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Greg Alspaugh Staff Writer An exhibit known as the Visibility Project will attempt to tear down the stereotypes of interactions between the LGTBQ+ community and the religious community beginning April 17 and lasting through April 22 and beyond.  It was organized by Christine Choi ’17 and Julia Burkley ’18 and,Read More

Davidson loses valuable member in tragic Main Street accident

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Co-Editor Emma Johnson “Earlier this afternoon there was an accident on Main Street and a pedestrian was killed.” This was the statement informing the Davidson College community, sent by the administration, about the death that occurred on Main Street in downtown Davidson on April 1st. However, the student body neverRead More