Archive for September, 2017

Federal changes to Title IX could impact sexual assault policy, students and administrators react

Federal changes to Title IX could impact sexual assault policy, students and administrators react

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Ethan Ehrenhaft- In a September 7th speech, US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos harshly criticized portions of the 2011 Department of Education “Dear Colleague” letter and the subsequent policy changes imposed by it. The Obama-era letter set new, strengthened guidelines for investigating sexual assault at institutions of higher learning. DeVosRead More

First-years to watch: Choral Arts Edition

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Lucas Weals- Every year, The Davidsonian’s Sports section runs a profile on a “Freshman to Watch”—a promising first-year student who’s got his or her team excited for the upcoming season. We thought we’d try something similar for student artists and musicians. In this, our first ever “First-years to watch,” you’llRead More

Homecoming Weekend was an opportunity for fun and school spirit for Davidson fans of all ages. Photo by Erin Gross

Fans, students, and alumni enjoy Davidson Homecoming, Fall Fling

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Caroline Roy- Homecoming weekend kept the Davidson community on its toes with a big win for the football team, many returning alumni, and an evening of live music at Fall Fling. The Wildcats had not won a homecoming game since 2008, but that record shifted on Saturday night, as theRead More

Fellows discuss their positions and decisions to stay at Davidson

Fellows discuss their positions and decisions to stay at Davidson

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Lucy Walton- It seems impossible to take advantage of all the resources Davidson has to offer in just four years. Many graduating seniors take this into consideration when they look into careers beyond Davidson. The Davidson Fellows Program “was established to provide a variety of challenging opportunities to work inRead More

The volleyball team hung tough with University of Georgia and FGCU, while beating Wofford in the Wildcat Classic. Photo by Amy Geist Franklin

Volleyball Faces Tough Slate in Wildcat Classic

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Sam Thomas- The Women’s Volleyball team opened up its play in the Wildcat Classic this past weekend against the University of Georgia.  Davidson came out of the gates firing and won the first set 25-23 against a powerful Bulldogs team. After a back and forth battle which brought the setRead More