Archive for April, 2018

Latinx Organizations Vie for Spots on Patterson Court for Next Year

Latinx Organizations Vie for Spots on Patterson Court for Next Year

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By: Cathy Xu ’21 Staff Writer Almost three years ago, Ruben Barajas-Ruiz ’18, Richy Tovar ’19, and four other students formed an interest group that called for an on-campus organization that would cater to Latinx students. Given their lack of numbers, they did not have enough support for such anRead More

Axel Fries '20, along with the Davidson men's and women's teams, posted the best regular season record since Davidson joined the A-10 in 2015. Photo courtesy of Jane Campbell

Tennis Looking to Bring Home Two A-10 Titles

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By: Jake Carver ’21 Staff Writer Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams’ grueling seasons peaked this week at the Atlantic 10 Championships in Orlando. For the seniors, the A-10 tournament is a last effort to secure a conference championship and a trip to the NCAA Regional rounds. For theRead More

Pep Band: Integral Part of Basketball Success

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By: Sam Thomas ’20 Sports Editor There’s a reason why nationally 17th-ranked Rhode Island missed the first free throw on the first shot of a one-and-one three times in the last minute of this season’s final home men’s basketball game. Sure, Belk Arena packed the punch in rowdiness, but anyRead More

Honor Council to Bring Back Draconian Dungeons, Devices of Torture

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In a radical and shocking move, the Honor Council has resurrected long-forgotten judiciary practices of the Inquisition Era for the upcoming spring finals  season. The changes are expected to greatly speed up the trial process and prevent excessive time and energy lost for its members. Honor Council trials have beenRead More

The Chaplains’ Cafe

The Chaplains’ Cafe

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By: Rob Spach ’84 If you’re walking by the sculpture garden in front of the library on the next couple of Thursdays during Common Hour, you may notice signs for something called the Chaplains’ Café. This outdoor set-up with coffee and home-baked treats for passers-by was prompted by questions we’veRead More