Archive for September, 2018

Mohamed Malim Speaks to Students About Refugee Support Nonprofit

Mohamed Malim Speaks to Students About Refugee Support Nonprofit

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Lizzie Kane ‘22 Staff writer A Somali refugee, track and field star, and nonprofit and B-corporation founder, Mohamed Malim has already had an eventful and fruitful life less than a year after graduating college. Davidson students got to hear about his experience as a refugee and entrepreneur on Monday, SeptemberRead More

What We Wear: Fall Fling Edition

What We Wear: Fall Fling Edition

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In recognition of the third annual Fall Fling, we are excited to showcase some of our classmates’ (and former classmates’) styles from the evening. The event drew a range of outfits, including formalwear and more casual threads. Students, alumni, and Union staff members enjoyed dancing, food, a cash bar, andRead More

Coaching Change Elicits Positive Reaction from Team

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Jacob Margolis ‘20 Sports writer It only took Head Coach Scott Abell three games to do something that former coach Paul Nichols never did in his five years in charge of Davidson’s football program; winning three games in a season. The competition has not exactly been stout. Abell told TheRead More

Valuing the Western Tradition through Humanities

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The Merits of a Canonical Curriculum Wells King ‘16 and Daniel Samet ‘16 Guest contributors  Our Davidson educations are invaluable. They have gifted us with an insatiable curiosity and a foundation of knowledge on which to explore the world. One of the highlights of our formative years at Davidson wasRead More

How to Disagree in Politics: Thinking Deeper

How to Disagree in Politics: Thinking Deeper

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Matthew LeBar ‘19 I’m the chair for the Center for Political Engagement, or CPE, an organization intended to bring together people with different political and moral worldviews to learn from each other. But taking seriously the nature of those differences rather than falling back on simplistic models is crucial, andRead More