Archive for September, 2017

First-year Meal Plan Changes Seek to Balance Dining Options, Provide Students with More Flexibility and Choice

First-year Meal Plan Changes Seek to Balance Dining Options, Provide Students with More Flexibility and Choice

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Emma Pettit- The new first-year meal plan is an attempt to reduce the crowd in the Union and increase usage of Commons. This academic year, the incoming class of about 520 new students has, by default, sixteen meal swipes a week with 400 dining dollars, and the choice to optRead More

Save Davidson Movement Stirs Up Municipal Elections

Save Davidson Movement Stirs Up Municipal Elections

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Olivia Daniels- Upon returning to campus in August, many students were surprised to see “Save Davidson” plastered throughout Main Street in the form of car magnets, posters, and t-shirts. Is Davidson in danger? If so, why? In 1985, the Town of Davidson purchased a nineteen-acre property on Beaty Street fromRead More

Charlottesville Violence Shines Light on Local White Supremacist Collective Memory

Charlottesville Violence Shines Light on Local White Supremacist Collective Memory

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Ethan Ehrenhaft- A short drive south on Main Street from Davidson’s campus, a tall stone monument stands to the left. Sitting on privately-owned land, just past the town center of Cornelius and in front of Mount Zion United Methodist Church, the statue depicts a bearded soldier, rifle rested on hisRead More