Archive for November, 2019

Student Escorts Assist Patients at New Planned Parenthood Clinic

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Kathleen Walsh ‘20 Co-Editor-In-Chief There was a woman just chilling outside the facility holding a bible,” said Luis Toledo ‘20, Vice President of Davidson College’s Planned Parenthood Generation Action (PPGA), of a woman who student volunteers saw as he and members of PPGA underwent training at Charlotte’s newest Planned ParenthoodRead More

Microaggressions Project, Prison Costumes Spark Discussion

Microaggressions Project, Prison Costumes Spark Discussion

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Kaizad Irani ’22 Staff Writer When the Davidson Microaggressions Project (DMP) were planning their first annual “Campus Takeover Week,” they didn’t expect a campus-wide controversy to amplify the message of their flyers and educational events. The Saturday before Halloween, an Instagram post featuring four members of the women’s lacrosse teamRead More

Professors Seek to Balance Roles as Educators and Confidants

Professors Seek to Balance Roles as Educators and Confidants

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Nada  Shoreibah ‘23 Staff Writer The American Psychological Association reports that over 40 percent of college students present with anxiety, depression, or relationship issues. But between academics, sports, student organizations, and socializing, mental health concerns are often overlooked despite their prevalence.       In such a rigorous academic environmentRead More

Davidson takes on Richmond in A10 men's basketball action at Belk Arena on Saturday, January 19, 2019 in Davidson, North Carolina.

Men’s Team Ignores Preseason Hype

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Jacob Margolis ‘20  Basketball Correspondent For better or for worse, there has been an incredible amount of hype surrounding the Davidson Men’s Basketball program heading into the season. Both the Associated Press and USA Today Coaches Polls have the team pegged as a fringe top 25 team. Matt Norlander, aRead More

Chandler Bounces Back with Strong Career Finish

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Cenzo Rossi ‘22 Sports Writer Coming into her senior year, Sabine Chandler ‘20 had scored only one collegiate goal. Although she missed her entire junior year because of a torn ACL, one goal and two assists in two seasons was not the high return the attacker had hoped for ThisRead More