Chris Clunie '06 is introduced as the new Director of Athletics for Davidson College.

Athletics, Academics, and Leadership: Exclusive Interview with Athletic Director Chris Clunie ’06

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By: Sam Thomas ’20   The Davidsonian had the pleasure of sitting down with Davidson’s new Athletic Director, Chris Clunie ‘06, earlier this month for an exclusive interview. Clunie, a Terry Scholar during his time at Davidson and a Watson Fellow following graduation, received his Masters in Public Affairs fromRead More

Mike Blasey '19 won the individual A-10 golf conference title and led the Wildcats to a resounding team victory over the University of Dayton. They now are on track for the NCAA regional from May 14th to May 16th. Photo by Julie Fletcher, Atlantic-10

Blasey Triumphs as Golf Wins First Conference Title in 50 Years

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  By: Will Jones ’19 Staff Writer For the first time since 1968, the Davidson College Men’s Golf Team has won the conference championship and secured a place at NCAA Regionals later this month. The ‘Cats claimed the title in dramatic wire-to-wire fashion, firing a blistering +27 team score overRead More

The Wilders opened for Moon Taxi's Frolics performance in the Stowe Parking Lot in a follow-up to Bryce Vine's lauded 2017 performance. Photo by Emma Brentjens '21

Union Board, PCC, SGA Facilitate Successful Frolics

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By: Caroline Roy ’20 Staff Writer Another spring at Davidson means another weekend of concerts, free food, and activities on the Patterson Court Lawn, but for the many organizations that work together to plan Frolics, it is more than just two days of fun. Events like the DIY fanny packRead More

Winning teams Lucid LLC (left), a company that washes buildings with drones, and NALA (right), a money transfer service for Tanzania, pose with their prize money. Photo by Emma Brentjens '21

Student Entrepreneurs Compete in 5th Annual Venture Pitch Competition Organized by the Hurt Hub

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By: Jack Dowell ’21 Staff Writer The 5th Annual Venture Fund Pitch Competition gave $12,500 to two Davidson associated startups on April 25th. This competition, organized by the Davidson Innovation & Entrepreneurship (I&E) Hurt Hub along with a prize paid for by the Nesbit family awarded the money to NALA,Read More

EJ Canny '19 currently resides the converted lounge of Ryburn. Despite no access to natural light, his room does enjoy the benefit of a kitchen. Photo by Sarah Woods '21

Increasing Class Sizes Put Pressure on RLO Services

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By: Mary Margaret Robison ’21 Staff Writer In recent years, the Davidson incoming class size has grown steadily. This has caused a strain on Davidson’s Resident Life Office (RLO), as professional staff struggle with the question of how to keep students living on-campus for all four years. When many juniorsRead More