Archive for November, 2017

Vegan Students Navigate Eating at Davidson Amid Dietary Restrictions, Call for Food Preparation Transparency

Vegan Students Navigate Eating at Davidson Amid Dietary Restrictions, Call for Food Preparation Transparency

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Raven Hudson- Eating at Commons can be challenging as diners compare the pros and cons of the express line versus chef du jour options. But for vegan students, picking out a meal is even more difficult. Often they have to get creative, navigating an obstacle course of stations to makeRead More

Coach Bob McKillop heads into his 29th season at the bench for the Wildcats
Photo by Jane Campbell

Basketball Teams Gearing up for Start of Season

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Sam Thomas- The temperature is dropping. The leaves are changing. Midterms are solidly in the rearview. Sweaters and pants have been donned. The energy in the air means that, once again, basketball season has finally settled upon us. The Davidson men come back from an up and down season lastRead More

Anmar Jerjees '18 points out an image to the assembled crowd
Photo by Jane Campbell '18

Anmar Jerjees ‘18 presents photo series of displaced persons in Iraq

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Erin Davenport- Anmar Jerjees ‘18 opened up his Spike Grant research presentation in the Hamilton W. McKay Atrium with an exciting announcement: “I don’t know if y’all know this, but I’m actually the first student to give a presentation in this space” Jerjees said to loud cheers to the crowd.Read More

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Censorship and satire in Evgeny Shvarts’s The Dragon

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Lucas Weals- In 1930—the waxing days of Stalin’s cult of personality, the age of paranoia, in a Soviet Union haunted by ‘enemies of the people’ at their perpetual and nefarious work, spreading lies undermine the state—the playwright, poet, and novelist Mikhail Bulgakov wrote a letter to Joseph Stalin. The state’sRead More

“I Don’t See Greek”: Redefining Inclusivity at Davidson

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Jalin Jackson- In the United States, many criticize the system for its failure to provide change inclusive enough to satisfy diverse populations. This system, whose evolutionary apparatus has been a combination of racism and white supremacy, cannot improve as long as its inconsistencies remain unchanged or are changed without itsRead More