Perspectives

Trying to come home: Learning how to do Davidson again

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Emma Johnson I was not ready for my first day of classes this semester – I was still waiting on two textbooks to come in, I only had a one-subject notebook for all four of my classes, and I was almost late to class because I could not find theRead More

Creating a culture of support

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Hannah Early, Melissa Funstein and Hannah Rau The men’s basketball team took to the court last Wednesday night to take on conference foe LaSalle. On most game nights, students, faculty, and citizens of Davidson flock to Belk Arena to get a peek at the team that Stephen Curry took toRead More

#DavidsonPresidentsSoWhite

#DavidsonPresidentsSoWhite

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In the wake of Davidson’s 2011 presidential search, the Davidson community asked the Board of Trustees to reexamine Article IV Section I of Davidson’s bylaws, which requires all presidents of the college be “a person who is a loyal and active church member…expressed by affiliation with the Presbyterian Church (USA)Read More

Urban resettlement exposes Angola’s neglect of social programs

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Daniel Black Luanda, Angola–In 2006, thousands of residents of Gika and Chicala were told that their neigborhoods would be bulldozed and the land redeveloped, and that they’d be resettled in Zango, a yet-to-be constructed subdivision 20 kilometers south of Luanda’s central business district. Not everyone was devastated. The government offeredRead More

Muslims in America: Say no to Islamophobia

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Zohaib Zafar I want to preface this article with an admission that I do not know much about politics, at least when compared to other people in the Davidson community. However, I think that the political situation in America is dire now with presidential candidates like Donald Trump and BenRead More