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Latinx Organizations Vie for Spots on Patterson Court for Next Year

Latinx Organizations Vie for Spots on Patterson Court for Next Year

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By: Cathy Xu ’21 Staff Writer Almost three years ago, Ruben Barajas-Ruiz ’18, Richy Tovar ’19, and four other students formed an interest group that called for an on-campus organization that would cater to Latinx students. Given their lack of numbers, they did not have enough support for such anRead More

Campus Political Organizations Prepare for Local Primary Elections, Encourage Students to Vote

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By: Jonathan Lee ’20 Staff Writer Before this fall’s highly anticipated midterm elections season, candidates from both parties must first compete in the primary elections to make it on the ballot in November. Students registered to vote in Davidson will be able to vote for the US Congressional District 12,Read More

Economics professor Dr. Clark Ross has established a scholarship for Catholic students. Photo by Hannah Dugan '21

Dr. Clark Ross Pushes School Past Fundraising Goal

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By: Mary Margaret Robison ’21 Staff Writer Former Dean of Faculty Dr. Clark Ross, a current member of the Economics Department, has donated $3.6 million to Davidson for a need-based scholarship available to Catholic students, pushing the Game Changers campaign past its goal of $425 million over a year early.Read More

Davidson College archivists pose in the library's Rare Book Room. Their website, "Davidson College Archives & Special Collections" provides extensive college and local records to the public.  Photo by Emma Brentjens '21

Archives Expand as JEC Requirement Takes Effect

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By: Raven Hudson ’21 Staff Writer Unearthed shoes, bones, and broken pieces of ceramics do not seem particularly interesting, but these items, among other artifacts, provided poets with inspiration at last Thursday’s poetry reading in celebration of National Poetry Month. Davidson College Archives and Special Collections and the Student LibraryRead More

Exclusive: Summit CEO Discusses Outpost Future

Exclusive: Summit CEO Discusses Outpost Future

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This Tuesday, Brian Helfrich, Owner and CEO of Summit Coffee Company, contacted the Editors in Chief to announce that Summit Outpost has renewed their contract with Davidson College to remain on campus for another five years. Helfrich says the Outpost intends to “bring back the late night food business” byRead More