Archive for October, 2017

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10-4-17

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Emma Johnson- In some ways, leaving Davidson is like the Big Bang – an explosion that marks the beginning of everything else, the start of exploration of new worlds. I was no longer confined to the usual college campus with its familiar student landscape. The college friends that I hadRead More

Lessen Your Environmental Impact Through Vegetarianism

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Bridget Lavender- At this point in our college careers, most of us believe in global climate change. And, I am willing to bet, most of us believe that it is caused by human activity. With the overwhelming amount of science on our side, not to mention recent natural disasters suchRead More

Davidson Hosts Third Annual 3 Day Startup Weekend in ‘The Hub’

Davidson Hosts Third Annual 3 Day Startup Weekend in ‘The Hub’

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Ethan Ehrenhaft- At 210 Delburg Street, just off of Main Street and across from Brickhouse Tavern, sits another low-lying, red brick building by the train tracks. Built at the turn of the 20th-century, the space originally housed the Davidson Cotton Mill. “The construction of any industrial or manufacturing complex wasRead More

Davidson’s Local Classical Radio Station is Nationally Recognized; Celebrates Achievements and Classical Music

Davidson’s Local Classical Radio Station is Nationally Recognized; Celebrates Achievements and Classical Music

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Jack Dowell- WDAV, which is serviced by Davidson College, will celebrate its 40th anniversary as a classical music station in 2018. Started in the 1970s as a student-run radio station that played a variety of genres, it became a fully professional station in 1978 when it transitioned to a programRead More