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New Social Media Manager Aims to Change College Web Presence

New Social Media Manager Aims to Change College Web Presence

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Emma Brentjens ‘21 Staff Writer Recently, many students have noticed a change in Davidson’s social media presence. That change is Jared Misner, who became Davidson’s new social media manager in February after running social media for the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library and the Children’s Theater of Charlotte.  Misner described his jobRead More

What We Wear: Martha Kapazoglou ’19

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“My grandmother’s fashion motto is “more is more,” especially in terms of jewelry. Growing up close to her, I was always wearing her jewelry and was thus deeply inspired by that philosophy. When I first came to the US, I sneaked into my suitcase some of my grandmother’s favorite pieces.Read More

What We Wear: Jacina Hollins-Borges ‘21

What We Wear: Jacina Hollins-Borges ‘21

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I’d say that about half of my clothes are thrifted at this point, which works out for me perfectly because I don’t have a specific style. I draw inspiration from a lot of places, and I’m really vibing with this late-20th-century revival era we have going on right now —Read More

Compost Challenge

Letter To The Editor: Recycling the Composting Narrative

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Dr. Yancy Fouche  Director of Sustainability  Thanks to The Davidsonian for ongoing coverage of important sustainability issues, on campus and in our community. This article is offered as a response to Betsy Sugar ‘21’s recent article, “Composting at Davis Café: It’s Garbage.” The article prompted an important conversation among stakeholdersRead More

What We Wear: Olivia Liccione ’19

What We Wear: Olivia Liccione ’19

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“The primary word I’d use to describe my style is ‘cute’–lots of pastel colors, skirts and dresses, and really girly prints and motifs.  My two biggest fashion inspirations are probably Japanese street fashion and 1940s and 1950s eras style.  It’s sort of an unlikely mashup, but one that lends itselfRead More