Archive for April, 2019

Self-Absorbed Sophomore Exhibits Symptoms of Finals Week Martyr Complex Three Weeks Early

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E.H. LITTLE LIBRARY –– On Saturday, April 6th at 4:15 PM, Kelly Lance ‘21 was found by her friends at the first round table on the entry level of E.H. Little Library. When Lance’s friends discovered her, they were too late. Kelly Lance has been officially diagnosed as the firstRead More

Loyalties Questioned As Hardee’s CEO Seen Pocketing Leftover Chick-fil-A Nuggets After YAF Event

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900 ROOM –– Shockwaves reverberated across the American fast-food industry on Monday as Anthony Popper, former CEO of the middling restaurant chain Hardee’s, was seen shoveling large quantities of leftover Chick-fil-A nuggets into his inner suit jacket pockets following a speaking engagement hosted by the Davidson College chapter of YoungRead More

Adopted Grandfriends Bridge Generational Gaps

Adopted Grandfriends Bridge Generational Gaps

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Betsy Sugar ‘21 Staff Writer Davidson has over 25 student organizations dedicated to service and civic engagement, one of which is the Adopt-a-Grandfriend program (AAG). According to the Civic Engagement Council’s page on Davidson’s website, student “volunteers are paired with senior citizens in the Davidson community. The program sponsors monthlyRead More

New Jewish Studies Course to be Offered in Fall 2019

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Kaizad Irani ‘22 Staff Writer In the midst of picking classes for next semester, students may have come across a new History course titled, “History 337: Topics in Jewish History.” The work and petition of a student collective ensured this inaugural position in the wake of last semester’s doxxing incident. Read More

Campus Hosts Immigration  Conference

Campus Hosts Immigration Conference

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Emma Brentjens ‘21 Staff Writer The weekend of March 29 through March 31, Davidson became the first southern school to host the ninth annual Collegiate Alliance for Immigration Reform (CAIR) Conference, comprised of several activities and lectures, including two keynote speakers. Some Davidson professors and speakers from local groups inRead More