Archive for October, 2019

SSAFER Armed Intruder Alert Stirs Campus, “All Clear” Issued Soon After

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Ethan Ehrenhaft ‘20, Hope Anderson ‘22,  & Jonathan Lee ‘20  On Wednesday, October 2nd, at 9:28 AM, the Davidson College community received a Student, Staff, and Faculty Emergency Response (SSAFER) notification on their phones and in emails: “Active Threat/Armed Intruder At the Hurt Hub @ Davidson.” Both text, voicemail andRead More

Is Davidson Debt Free? A Look at Student Financial Aid Experiences

Is Davidson Debt Free? A Look at Student Financial Aid Experiences

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Kaizad Irani ‘22 Staff Writer Davidson College’s tuition saw a 3% increase this school year by reaching nearly $53,000, costing nearly 50% more than the average tuition for private colleges in the US. Despite Davidson’s high cost of attendance, the college stands out from other private institutions with a financialRead More

Center for Diversity and Inclusion Celebrates Coming Out Week

Center for Diversity and Inclusion Celebrates Coming Out Week

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Jonathan Lee ‘20 Co-News Editor Queer students at Davidson are celebrating Coming Out Week — lasting from October 6th through 11th — more visibly than ever this year. With support from the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI), students are hosting daily events and creating public displays about coming outRead More

Student EMTS Continue to Push for Campus Station

Student EMTS Continue to Push for Campus Station

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Nada Shoreibah ‘23 Staff Writer At least ten nights per semester, Davidson student Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) sleep not in their raised twin XL beds, but on cots or couches at the Davidson Fire Department. They await emergency calls from 6 pm to 8 am, passing the time by doingRead More

“I wouldn’t say I’m an Artist, but…”: Kat Soltany ‘22

“I wouldn’t say I’m an Artist, but…”: Kat Soltany ‘22

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The transition from making music in high school to making music in college wasn’t jarring for me. I went from one women’s acapella group to another women’s a  capella group and this consistency helped me to feel more grounded while integrating into the Davidson community.  I’ve found that holding artisticRead More