Archive for October, 2018

Photo by Emma Brentjens '21

Collisions on Campus

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Jake Carver ‘22 Staff writer On the evening of October 11th, two traffic collisions occurred on campus. While the causes of the accidents were different, they both signify rampant issues with traffic safety at Davidson. The first incident took place around 6:00 pm, as Julia Cardwell ‘19 was driving downRead More

Students Respond to the End of Mobikes

Students Respond to the End of Mobikes

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In the October 14, 2018, edition of The Crier sent at 7:23 p.m, students were alerted of the planned removal of Mobikes from the Davidson College campus. The statement in The Crier read, “On October 20, Mobike will pull all bikes and its operational support from Davidson.” The Davidsonian askedRead More

Davidson students gather in Studio M (located in the basement of Chambers) to turn ideas into realities, benefiting from innovative technology and peer collaboration. Photo by Sacha Franks ‘20

Makerspace Sparks Creativity

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Kaizad Irani ‘22 Staff writer This past year, Davidson College once again placed in the top ten liberal arts colleges according to the 2019 U.S. News & World Report Best College Rankings. Additionally, Davidson placed fifth in their rankings for “Most Innovative Schools.” With the newly launched Jay Hurt HubRead More

Bimini Horstmann ‘21 part of underlying Davidson athletic success. Photo courtesy of Bimini Horstmann ‘21

From Competition to Community at Davidson

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Lilly Greene ‘21 Sports writer Bimini Horstmann ‘21 has always been interested in climbing, but it wasn’t until she took a class at the YMCA with some friends that things started to get serious. “I tried a bunch of sports before that, and they were fun, but I wasn’t reallyRead More

Davidson football off to historically good start under Head Coach Abell. Photos courtesy of Davidson Athletics

Despite Losses, Football Team Makes Strides to Success

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Jacob Margolis ‘20 Football correspondent Two weekends past, Davidson suffered a disappointing loss to Morehead State at home, 28 to 35. The game was expected to be close as Davidson entered the contest as a five-and-a-half-point favorite. The game lived up to this prediction as the two teams were neverRead More