Archive for September, 2019

Deliberative Citizenship Initiative Opens Dialogue

Deliberative Citizenship Initiative Opens Dialogue

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Ben Pate ‘22 Staff Writer A fundamental principle of a healthy democracy is healthy deliberation,” said Dr. Graham Bullock, Associate Professor of American Politics and Environmental Science, “where citizens are able to engage with each other on how to deal with the problems facing them.” In order to face the lackRead More

Davidson takes on Georgetown in non-conference football action at Smith Field at Richardson Stadium  on Saturday, August 31, 2019 in Davidson, North Carolina.

Wildcat Football Starts Season with a Roar

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James Reilly ’21 Sports Writer When Scott Abell accepted the head coaching job of Davidson football over a year ago, he took over a program that had accumulated nine wins over six seasons. Facing the tall task of righting a sinking ship, Abell had one main focus: to establish aRead More

Queer Fashion Spotlight:  Raven Hudson

Queer Fashion Spotlight: Raven Hudson

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Ross Hickman ‘22 and Lyra Seaborn ‘22 Staff Writers Raven Hudson, a junior English and Gender & Sexuality Studies double major from Augusta, Georgia, sat down with us to talk about all things queer and fashionable in her life.  Raven broadly describes her style as “lazy butch.” Lots of black andRead More

College Welcomes New Dean of Faculty and Economics Professor

College Welcomes New Dean of Faculty and Economics Professor

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Skylar McVicar ‘23 Staff Writer This year, Davidson welcomed economist Philip Jefferson as the new Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty.  Dean Jefferson began his career in academia as an undergraduate at Vassar College in New York. Originally, Jefferson was set on entering business; however, Vassar isRead More

RLO: Remember the Honor Code and Revise Your Off-Campus Housing Policies

RLO: Remember the Honor Code and Revise Your Off-Campus Housing Policies

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Nilay Ghatlia ’21 and Sebastian Sola-Sole ’21 We’ve been screaming from this soapbox for a month. On top of about 2,000 emails and just as many phone calls, the two of us have met with RLO and related persons five times to discuss policy and attitude toward off-campus students andRead More