Archive for January, 2019

What We Wear: Erica Miller ’19

What We Wear: Erica Miller ’19

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  “My style is a combination of what is affordable, practicable, and unique. I like clothes that a lot of other people may have overlooked, that are just a tad on the weird side.” Erica Miller ’19 Photos by Olivia Forrester ’21 and Elayna Daniels ’21

New Mental Health Ambassadors Offer Support, Outreach

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Betsy Sugar ‘21 Staff writer According to the American Psychology Association (APA), between 2014 and 2015 colleges nationwide saw a 30% rise in students seeking help and appointments from counseling centers. The same study found that 45% of the students listed stress as one of their reasons for scheduling aRead More

New Pepsi products fill vending machines. Photo by Katharine Cabot ‘22.

Pepsi Invades Campus

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Jonathan Lee ‘20 Staff writer This semester, Davidson shifted allegiances in a corporate rivalry steeped in history, conflict, and controversy. In a choice between the two giants of the food and beverage world, Davidson abandoned Coke and joined its arch-nemesis, Pepsi.  Now, Pepsi products and branding are conspicuous across campus,Read More

Davidson Remembers Tim Maypray

Davidson Remembers Tim Maypray

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Savanna Vest ’22 Staff writer Tim Maypray, a coach of the Davidson College Football Team, passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019 at the age of 30. A beloved member of the team’s coaching staff, Maypray was known for supporting players on and off the field in his role asRead More

The Hiring of Bill Kristol: Against

The Hiring of Bill Kristol: Against

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Matthew Bandyk ‘06 Whenever Davidson lands in the national news, it is a big event for our small community. It happens just rarely enough that we know each instance will have an oversized effect on how the country and world perceive us. That is why the entire Davidson community ofRead More