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Gig-Hub Offers Flexible Employment

Gig-Hub Offers Flexible Employment

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Savanna Vest ‘22 Staff Writer Gig-Hub is a new employment program of paid short-term projects for students through the Jay Hurt Hub for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. The program aims to bridge the gap between companies looking for short-term employees and students looking for work during the academic year. Since itsRead More

Gentrification’s Impact on Town of Davidson

Gentrification’s Impact on Town of Davidson

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Ben Pate ‘22 Staff Writer It can be easy to think that the Town of Davidson is safely nestled away in its own bubble, free from many of the problems of the outside world. However, certain broader patterns will inevitably arrive in every community. Recently, gentrification has become a hotRead More

NPHC Plots Come to Campus

NPHC Plots Come to Campus

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Harris Rogers ‘21 Staff Writer The lawn adjacent to Vail Commons’s patio now hosts individual plots belonging to each of Davidson’s four NPHC organizations. Photographs by Olivia Forrester ‘22.  Any Commons-going Davidson student is likely to have noticed the construction taking place near the patio behind the dining hall thisRead More

Sexual Wellness Vending Machine To Offer Discount Plan-B

Sexual Wellness Vending Machine To Offer Discount Plan-B

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Ariana Howard ‘20 Staff Writer Next week, Planned Parenthood Generation Action (PPGA) will reveal the Sexual Wellness Vending Machine in the 900 Room in Union. The vending machine includes pregnancy tests, pads, tampons, ibuprofen, and discounted Plan B. It will be located outside the Union gym— a discreet yet accessibleRead More

Push for Asian-American Studies On Campus

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Kaizad Irani ‘22 Staff Writer Following the doxxing of two Davidson students over alleged neo-Nazi Tweets last fall, many students felt the need to create more educational opportunities on and for minority groups on campus. Along with the push for a Jewish Studies department, a new group of students areRead More