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SGA Update: 11/29

SGA Update: 11/29

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Student EMTs get early, hands-on experience in the medical field. Photo by

Student EMTs Alleviate Campus Transports

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Julia Knoerr ‘21 Staff writer The Davidson Fire Department once relied entirely on volunteers, many of whom were Davidson College students. However, increasing calls and training standards challenged volunteers to meet requirements and staff fire engines. In an e-mail, Davidson Fire Department Chief Bo Fitzgerald ’99 illustrated, “The department ranRead More

Marijuana at Davidson

Marijuana at Davidson

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Betsy sugar ‘21 Staff writer On November 6, 2018, Michigan voted to legalize recreational marijuana, and voters in Missouri and Utah legalized marijuana for medical purposes. North Dakota voters, who also had a marijuana legalization measure on their ballot, voted no, and shut down the bill. Michigan joined nine otherRead More

By the end of the semester, five students will pitch a plan maximize profits at Summit Outpost.  Photo by Emma Brentjens ‘21

Class Filters Feedback on Drinking Culture, Summit Outpost

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Hope Anderson ‘22 Staff writer and web editor Bright and early on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, many students are en route to Chambers, Wall or another academic building on campus. Elif Kaya ‘19, Kamran Shahbaz ‘19, Hermione Su ‘19, Jesus Ibarra ‘20, and Willem Boelhouwer ‘20 have a slightly fartherRead More

Dr. Timo Lochoki has spent the fall 2018 semester at Davidson teaching two political science courses. Photo by Emma Brentjens ‘21

Timo Lochocki Offers Policy Expertise

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Jake Carver ‘21 Staff writer This fall, Davidson welcomed Dr. Timo Lochocki, who is serving in the semester-long role of the James K. Batten Visiting Professor for Public Policy. Unlike most of the Batten Professors before him, who tended to be veteran American journalists, Lochocki is a German expert inRead More