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In the Moment: Returning to the Davidson I Thought I Knew

In the Moment: Returning to the Davidson I Thought I Knew

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Alumni Outlook: Grads Weigh In Julia Relova ’18 At Davidson I never felt threatened on campus for any of my identities. I always felt safe. Many students and alumni have helped me realize that Davidson has never been a completely safe place for many students with underrepresented identities on campus.Read More

The Davidson You Re-member

The Davidson You Re-member

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Alumni Outlook: Grads Weigh In The Davidson Community more than ever has shown itself to be beyond the scope of the 1,800+ students currently enrolled in classes at the college. The outpouring of support, concern, and activism from the college’s alumni body has made these voices of Davidson students “past”Read More

Letter from the Editors

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After what many have acknowledged as an exceptional week at Davidson College, our publication understood our responsibility to report on the events of last Wednesday night and their aftermath with care, integrity, and inclusivity. The Davidsonian’s Code of Ethics binds us as journalists to “seek truth and report it, minimizeRead More

Lessons from the Past Inform the Future

Lessons from the Past Inform the Future

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Alumni Outlook: Grads Weigh In The Davidson Community more than ever has shown itself to be beyond the scope of the 1,800+ students currently enrolled in classes at the college. The outpouring of support, concern, and activism from the college’s alumni body has made these voices of Davidson students “past”Read More

What We Wear: Marcos Balsera ‘19

What We Wear: Marcos Balsera ‘19

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I think we communicate with what we wear before we even open our mouths. Therefore, I aim to be deliberate in the way I dress every day, so as to be deliberate in my communication. I try to fit a perfect mix of comfort, weather conscious clothing, and a spectrumRead More