Archive for April, 2018

Intercultural Dinner Dialogue Facilitates Conversation with Local Latin American Immigrant Community

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By: Drew Eastland ’21 Staff Writer About a year ago, a group of Davidson students launched an initiative to sponsor intercultural discussions with Latin American immigrants. The program, known as the Intercultural Dinner Dialogues, involved seven Davidson students and many local immigrants engaging in a time of food, fellowship, andRead More

Entrance Interaction: A critical diagram Drawing by Henry Stockwell (Again, folks, we’re all of us just really sorry about all this.)

“The Nummit Hello”: A study in social awkwardness

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FROM the EDITOR— In an unprecedented breach of editorial objectivity, I feel a certain responsibility to explain the content of this week’s Living Davidson. Yr. humble editor assigned yr. (less-than-humble) correspondent to attend Warner Hall House Formal—WaHaHoFo, to the initiated—to write a piece of gonzo-style investigative journalism on the experienceRead More

Peyton Aldridge was instrumental in leading the team to victory in the A10 Championship.

Aldridge In Review

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  By: Drew Eastland ’21 Staff Writer The beginning of Peyton Aldridge’s basketball journey played out on the hardwood of LaBrae High School in Leavittsburg, Ohio. Aldridge remains LaBrae’s all-time leading scorer and rebounder, and in his four years at Davidson, he has certainly left his mark. Throughout his collegeRead More

Kaylen Alexis writes to Davidson students about his year in Germany.

Letter Re: Study Abroad

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By: Kaylen Alexis ’19 Dear Davidson Community, I write to you from 21A Aßmannshauser Straße in Berlin, my home away from home until the end of July. I’ve been living here in this very room since the turn of the calendar year, but I’ve been in Berlin since last August.Read More

Margaret Parker '21 writes about Project: Token and Resilience at Davidson

A Resilient Presence

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By: Margaret Parker ’21 When Maurice Norman ‘20 agreed to interview with me, he suggested that we meet at his new art installation, Project: Token. I found him sitting up against a lightpost, laptop balanced on his knees, soaking in the shade cast by the project he has devoted muchRead More