Archive for November, 2018

SGA Update: November 15th, 2018

SGA Update: November 15th, 2018

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Revisiting Davidson’s History of HIV and AIDS

Revisiting Davidson’s History of HIV and AIDS

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Erin Major ‘19 HIV is still a problem and Davidson is not immune to it. 1 in 150 people in Mecklenburg County are living with AIDS (AIDSVu, 2015). Mecklenburg County has the highest prevalence rate of any county in North Carolina (MCHD, 2018). Despite new medications that help prevent andRead More

First-Year Athletes to Watch: Part Two

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Drew Eastland ‘21, Andrew Erler ‘22, & Ben Cutner ‘22 Sports writers Men’s Basketball: Luka Brajkovic Standing at 6’10”, Luka Brajkovic enjoys a view of the world that most people don’t. He joins the Davidson basketball team from Feldkirch, Austria, where he was a member of the U-18 National Team andRead More

Though no Davidson athletes have protested during the anthem to date, AD Chris Clunie recognizes the significance of action-based resistance. Photo by Maya Eggert ‘19

NFL Kneeling Debates Dominate Politics, Athletics

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Harris Rogers ‘21 Staff writer On August 14, 2016, former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick chose to kneel during the national anthem for the first time. He made this decision in order to use his platform as a prominent athlete to bring attention to systemic injustices that target peopleRead More

A strawberry and nutella crepe. Photo by Michael Hall ‘19

Crepes and a Haircut

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Restaurant Review: Salon Café Michael Hall ‘19 Food correspondent With sheets of rain unrelenting and sweater season in full effect, I could think of only two activities for a Friday afternoon: consuming velvety crepes and cleaning up some split ends. You’d be mistaken to think the two were mutually exclusive,Read More