Archive for November, 2019

Town Considers Solutions for Affordable Housing

Town Considers Solutions for Affordable Housing

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Lizzie Kane ‘22 Perspectives Editor This is part 2 of The Davidsonian’s investigation into affordable housing in the Town of Davidson. Make sure to read part 1, “Town Members Seek to Provide More Affordable Housing in Davidson.” To address the rising housing and land costs in Davidson, as WFAE reporterRead More

Jewish Studies Hopes to Continue Growth in Spring Semester

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Kaizad Irani ‘22 Staff Writer As students are cementing their spring course schedules, they will have more opportunities to explore the emerging field of Jewish Studies at Davidson. Though most of the Jewish Studies classes offered in the spring are close to capacity, some students and professors have raised concernsRead More

Flu Season Prompts Look into Student Healthcare

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Caroline Roy ‘20 Et Cetera Editor Under current policy, Davidson requires all students to have health insurance, either through the school’s Student Blue plan or from an external provider. This policy isn’t new or unique to Davidson, but it means that students with varying degrees of financial need navigate Davidson’sRead More

Wildcat Weddings: A Look at Davidson Marriages

Wildcat Weddings: A Look at Davidson Marriages

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Ariana Howard ‘20 Staff Writer For many students at Davidson, the question of “Is my partner the one?” feels just as important as “What do I want to do with my life?” While some students are solely focused on establishing a career, others are equally focused on establishing a lifeRead More

The College Needs To Denounce Young Life

The College Needs To Denounce Young Life

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Luke Mitchell ’23 Young Life, a recognized Christian organization on campus, has homophobic policies that blatantly discriminate against the queer community. Davidson College must condemn and expel this student group and remember that there is a difference between religious toleration and being complacent with overt discrimination. I was first exposedRead More