Archive for September, 2019

09/26 SGA Meeting

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Fiona Stanton Old Business Food & Housing Presentation Housing /RLO Members met with Walter Snipes (sustainability council) More trash cans and recycling bins in residences Accountability programs for cleaning in common rooms  Rather than fridges being taken away… Kitchen supplies Transparency List of where room and board money goes (requested)Read More

Davidson Grad Elected to Congress as NC Special Elections Unfold

Davidson Grad Elected to Congress as NC Special Elections Unfold

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Benjamin Freeman ‘22  Staff Writer On Tuesday, September 10th, North Carolina politics captured national attention once again with two special congressional elections. Republican Dan Bishop narrowly defeated Democrat Dan McCready to take NC House District 9, a race which saw close media coverage and a surge of party resources. WhileRead More

Energetic New Coaches Join Wildcats on the Court

Energetic New Coaches Join Wildcats on the Court

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Sam Thomas ‘20 Senior Sports Writer Both Davidson basketball teams will have new faces on their sidelines as the men’s and women’s teams introduced new additions to their coaching staff. On the men’s team, Joshua Heyliger joins the staff as the Director of Basketball Operations after his stint as aRead More

Service Hours to Replace Fines in New Alcohol Policy

Service Hours to Replace Fines in New Alcohol Policy

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Alice Berndt ‘22 Staff Writer On September 10, the Student Government Association (SGA) announced a change in the college’s alcohol write-up (or “documentation”) policy: students no longer have to pay a fee for underage drinking. Many students welcomed this change, not solely because of personal financial gains, but because theyRead More

Students Face Reality of Small-Town Drinking Scene

Students Face Reality of Small-Town Drinking Scene

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Paul Gomez ‘22 Staff Writer At a small college like Davidson, the options for students-of-age to consume alcohol are inherently limited. Two weekends ago, when Armfield residents decided not to serve any alcohol in the open-consumption area, the absence of alternative drinking spaces became especially glaring.  The first floor ofRead More