Archive for October, 2018

Men’s Soccer Report 10/18/18: La Salle Explorers

Men’s Soccer Report 10/18/18: La Salle Explorers

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Max Pearson ’22 Men’s soccer correspondent  Men’s Soccer have been doing very little wrong as of late. They travelled to Philadelphia to face the La Salle Explorers with a three game win streak, and are at the top of the conference in terms of win percentage. The Wildcats have scoredRead More

What We Wear: Rafael Oettl ’22

What We Wear: Rafael Oettl ’22

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  What I wear is a reflection of where I come from and what makes me comfortable. It just feels good to uniquely express myself through what I wear. Style is personal to everyone and what you wear might even inspire others to change their look. I shop at storesRead More

Personal Essay: Abbey Corcoran ‘19. A Violent Reality of Mental Health at Davidson

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Allow me, in theses next paragraphs, to be your Virgil. Our Hell? The rampant problem of how surveillance culture and liability-centered discourse permeate all frameworks dealing with mental health at most higher education institutions in the US. Hell is expansive and would be impossible to convey in anything less thanRead More

Hotline Facilitates Reporting

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AJ Naddaff ‘19 & Emma Pettit ‘20 Co-news editors On Wednesday, October 10th, students, faculty, and staff received an email regarding the “whistleblower policy,” which provides a hotline for anyone to anonymously report inappropriate activity concerning “suspected violations of college policies” of a fellow community member. The same email isRead More

Davidson Welcomes “Body Project” to Campus

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Betsy Sugar ‘21 Staff writer According to a recent study by the National Center for Biotechnology Information, part of the US Department of Health and Human Services, 13.5% of undergraduate women in college are struggling with an eating disorder, a category that includes anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating. In addition,Read More