‘Cats to the polls: Severine Stier ‘19 engages with a poll volunteer prior to voting in the 2018 midterms at Davidson Town Hall on Election Day. Photo by Hannah Dugan ‘21

Midterms 2018: Davidson Votes

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Drew Eastland ‘20 Staff writer In North Carolina, the 2018 midterm elections will define the state legislative power in the coming years. In the current, sitting North Carolina General Assembly, the Republicans hold a super majority in both chambers: six seats in the Senate and four seats in the House.Read More

(L to R) Nigel Farage, Boris Johnson, and Theresa May loom over Chambers. Illustration by Richard Farrell ‘22

Brexit Affects International Students

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Betsy Sugar ‘21 Staff writer On March 23, 2019, the United Kingdom will officially leave the EU, with December 31, 2020, as the goal for the last day of transition. Two years have passed since the UK first voted in a referendum to leave. The future of Brexit remains uncertainRead More

Reaching Beyond the “Davidson Bubble”: Who Was Journalist Jamal Khashoggi?

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Savanna Vest ’22 Staff writer The ‘Davidson bubble’ is a familiar term for most students on campus who describe the tight-knit suburban campus community as removed from most national and international grievances. The death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, 59, has fallen into such overlooked discussion this month. On OctoberRead More

Local Election Coverage:  State Senate and House Candidates

Local Election Coverage: State Senate and House Candidates

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Raven Hudson ‘21 Staff writer In six days, citizens across North Carolina will cast their votes for the candidates of their choice. Since all members of the North Carolina General Assembly serve two-year terms, all 50 Senate seats and all 120 House positions are up for election in 2018, andRead More

Students Reflect Upon Dropping Eating Houses

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Jack Dowell ‘21 Staff writer Just under two thirds of women at Davidson join an eating house during their college careers, and self-selection is one of the defining social moments of spring semester. But not everyone who decides to join one of the four eating houses retains membership for theRead More