Archive for March, 2019

Watson Fellowship Paves Way for Travel, Research

Watson Fellowship Paves Way for Travel, Research

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Jack Dowell ‘21 Staff Writer When the 2019 school year comes to an end in a few short months, two Davidson graduates, Ky Roland ‘19 and Natalie Connell ‘19, will be traveling abroad thanks to the Watson Fellowship.  The Watson Fellowship celebrates its fiftieth anniversary this year. The $30,000 stipend,Read More

Op-Ed: Harmful Fan Behavoir Must Be Addressed

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Michi Lacorte ‘22 Guest Sports Writer A few weeks ago, I was at the men’s home basketball game versus Rhode Island. I was sitting in the student section and a group of students – some of whom were members of the football team – and alumni in front of meRead More

Cartoonist Richard Farrell ‘22 Explores “Visual Storytelling“

Cartoonist Richard Farrell ‘22 Explores “Visual Storytelling“

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Richard Farrell ‘22 Art Correspondent The Visual Storytelling Workshop, led by writer, artist, and Davidson alumna Ali Fitzgerald ‘04, was an interactive exploration of the phenomenon of visual narrative. From the Homecoming currently in the VAC, to the Zine Fest being held in early April, this workshop is one ofRead More

Homecoming: VAC Celebrates 25 Years

Homecoming: VAC Celebrates 25 Years

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Carolina Adams ‘19 Art Correspondent Asking directions to the Davidson College Art Galleries over twenty-five years ago would have sent you to Chambers, where the College’s “exhibition space” consisted of a dark, cramped hallway located in the basement of the building. My own art history professors love to recount storiesRead More

Jalin Jackson ’19: Should Free Speech or Davidson Whiteness Be Our Focus?

Jalin Jackson ’19: Should Free Speech or Davidson Whiteness Be Our Focus?

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Jalin Jackson ’19 (Response to Lizzie Kane ’22) Photo courtesy of Jalin Jackson Should free speech or Davidson whiteness be our focus? Is free speech an issue at Davidson? Some white people often respond to this with predictable perspectives.  One person may agree that free speech at Davidson College isRead More