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Students Lament Lack of Late Night Food Options

Students Lament Lack of Late Night Food Options

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Emma Brentjens ‘21 Staff Writer The mention of late night food on campus during the SGA elections this year has brought attention to students’ current options, primarily Davis Café, Summit Coffee Outpost, and Union Board events like After Midnight. Many students, including Amanda Lee ‘21 and Elayna Daniels ‘21 haveRead More

Humes Program Travels Overseas Thanks to Donor

Humes Program Travels Overseas Thanks to Donor

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Harris Rogers ‘21 Staff Writer While many Davidson students lounged on the beach or returned home to visit family, the students enrolled in the Davidson Humanities program, or “Humes,” embarked on a spring break trip of a different kind. Spreading out across Europe, the students set out to explore theRead More

Davidson Responds to New Voter ID Law

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Jack Dowell ‘21 Staff Writer A constitutional amendment and a new law are set to change how North Carolina citizens and Davidson students vote in the 2020 elections, and the college is moving to create new ID cards to meet the requirements. During the 2018 midterms, North Carolina voted to passRead More

Journalist Julia Ioffe Discusses Modern Russia

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Ariana Howard ‘20 Staff Writer The annual Hansford M. Epes Distinguished Lecture Series honors individuals from a range of professions within the humanities field. The Series was established in 2012 in honor of Hansford Epes ‘61, who served in the Humanities program as a professor, specializing in German Studies, untilRead More

Students Question Campus Accessibility Accommodations

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Jack Dowell ‘21 Staff Writer In the leadup to the recent SGA presidential election, Elif Kaya ‘19 made a post to the unofficial Davidson Facebook group saying that “as a voter, I am looking for a specific initiative on working to accept more students with physical disabilities to Davidson.” ThoughRead More