Archive for October, 2019

Students Should Be Able To See Course Evaluations

Students Should Be Able To See Course Evaluations

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Olivia Doran ’21 It’s that time of year again: we all received the email from the registrar’s office telling us to choose our courses for this coming spring in WebTree.  If you’re anything like me, this email evokes both feelings of excitement for the upcoming semester and stress because itRead More

Center for Career Development: Diversify Your Career Offerings

Center for Career Development: Diversify Your Career Offerings

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Meghan Rankins ’20 When the article “In the Salary Race, Engineers Sprint but English Majors Endure” from the New York Times scrolled across my phone, posted by Davidson College, I was intrigued.  As a liberal arts student, I quickly clicked to see how I, a history major and gender andRead More

Spiked Seltzer Popularity Upends Gender Perceptions

Spiked Seltzer Popularity Upends Gender Perceptions

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Ariana Howard ‘20 Staff Writer In recent years, students, administrators, and members of Patterson Court Council (PCC) have engaged in discourse about down-the-hill drinking culture. But amongst these conversations about how best to engage in healthy late-night life, the way in which major alcohol companies utilize gender to market theirRead More

Davidson Students Raise National Awareness of NC Voter ID Law

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Ethan Ehrenhaft ‘20 Co-Editor-In-Chief On October 22nd, 2019, Federal Election Commission (FEC) Chair Ellen L. Weintraub issued a warning on Twitter: “ALERT! According to the NC State Board of Elections, dozens of [North Carolina] colleges and universities have not yet had their student IDs approved as photo IDs for voting.”Read More

John Kasich to Visit Campus in November Thanks to CPE, ATC

John Kasich to Visit Campus in November Thanks to CPE, ATC

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Katie Stewart ‘23 Staff Writer On Monday, November 11th, Davidson College will welcome former governor of Ohio John Kasich to campus. The Center for Political Engament’s (CPE) event will offer students the chance to hear Kasich give a speech and participate in a moderated conversation, and will conclude with aRead More