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The History Department's Dr. John Wertheimer leads his class on their documentary film projects. Photo by Elayna Daniels '21

History Department Offers Documentary Making Course

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By: Drew Eastland ’21 Staff Writer So you want to synthesize filmmaking with legal history? Davidson has a course for that. As a liberal arts school, Davidson College prides itself on offering diverse cross-disciplinary courses, majors, and research. This spring, Dr. John Wertheimer’s Filming Southern Legal History seminar seeks toRead More

Recently installed in front of Duke Residence Hall, this sculpture is part of furniture designer Vivian Beer's series "Anchored Candy." Photo by Hannah Dugan '21

New Sculptures Added to Davidson’s Growing Collection

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By: Emma Brentjens ’21 Staff Writer The sculptures on Davidson’s campus have become deeply ingrained in our lives. We walk past them everyday, yet many of us know little about them. However, we recognize their presence on campus when they are removed, such as the beloved Waves III outside Chambers,Read More

Coach Bob McKillop led Davidson to the A-10 Championship during a tough year for college basketball, as other schools across the nation faced FBI investigations into their programs. Photo by Mitchell Leff (Atlantic 10 Conference Facebook page)

Wildcats’ Basketball Coaches, Players Reflect on State of Division I Basketball Amid NCAA Probe

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By: Olive Daniels ’19 Co-Editor in Chief Will the FBI be probing Davidson’s athletic department anytime soon, searching for signs of NCAA rule violation? Probably not. The University of Arizona, however, is on edge; as are North Carolina State University, the University of Kentucky, and the University of Louisville [1,Read More

Sierra Ponthier '18 was announced last week as Davidson's 2018 Watson Fellow. Photo by Erin Gross '18

Watson Fellowship Announces 2018 Davidson Recipient

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By: Matthew Singleton ’21 Staff Writer Davidson College asserts that its primary purpose is to “assist students in developing humane instincts and disciplined and creative minds for lives of leadership and service.” The college’s continued sponsorship and support of the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship is one of the many waysRead More

With the launch of a free trial period, Mobiles have been a common sight over campus during the past week. Photo by Elayna Daniels '21

Davidson Launches New Mobike Service on Campus

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By: Mary Margaret Robison ’21 Staff Writer Davidson is taking sustainability on campus to new heights this spring, bringing Mobikes to campus to aid student transportation while also staying green. Mobike, started in China in 2015, is a stationless bike sharing system that has been sweeping through urban areas inRead More