Archive for November, 2017

Library Coffee Machine Stoked to Become Late Night Caffeine Monopolist

Library Coffee Machine Stoked to Become Late Night Caffeine Monopolist

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LIBS – Upon hearing of the recent closing of the beloved Union Station—formerly one of two locations where students could grab a post-midnight cup of Joe—the coffee vending machine in Davidson’s E.H. Little Library was reportedly over the f*cking moon. The machine, who sits by the information desk on theRead More

The women’s team had four All-Conference runners (Top 15) for the team’s best finish in the A-10 in program history. Maddie Hunter ‘20, Sarah Sears ‘18, Laurel Sheffield ‘18, and Caroline Yarbrough ‘19 (from left to right). Photo courtesy of A-10 Conference.

Cross Country Teams Compete at A-10 Championships

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Jacob Margolis- Cross Country is an extremely challenging sport, the sheer amount of running and training that goes into excelling at the sport is insane. Everyone remembers (probably not fondly) the annual mile runs for the fitness tests in elementary, middle, and high school. The usual collegiate cross-country race isRead More

Students have expressed discontent about the imminent closure of the Union Station, one of the only late-night dining options on campus. Photo by Erin Gross

Union Station Set to Close Its Doors by the End of the Semester

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Maya Tetali- At the end of the fall 2017 semester, after the campus is fully vacated and all the exams are completed and graded, Union Station will officially close it doors to the student body permanently. The convenience store is currently located on the first floor of the Alvarez CollegeRead More

Becca White '18 credits her dog AJ with helping her maintain a daily schedule and providing general emotional support. Photo by Elayna Daniels

Pets Provide Emotional Support to Student Owners

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Jack Dowell- Emotional support animals (ESAs) are a relatively new development in the field of academic access. According to Harriet Rollins ‘19, her dog Bunny, whom she brought to Davidson in the spring of her first year, was “one of the first on campus.” Beth Bleil, Director of the AcademicRead More

Davidson Candidates Appeal to Student and Community Voters as Election Day Nears

Davidson Candidates Appeal to Student and Community Voters as Election Day Nears

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Emma Pettit- With twelve candidates for five spots on Davidson’s Town Board of Commissioners and three candidates for Mayor, this year’s municipal elections have drawn new energy and increased participation from the town. According to North Carolina election law, since the municipality is under 60,000 residents both elections must remainRead More