Perspectives

See me for me

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Ricki Hollins College is usually a time where people come into their own and hit their stride as an adult. Here at Davidson, we provide ample spaces of support that are supposed to make our college experience comfortable. When you finally become comfortable with all of your social identities usuallyRead More

Re: Inclusivity at Davidson

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Emily Taylor Will King, I absolutely agree with you. We unquestionably have a problem with inclusivity at Davidson. However, our most pressing inclusivity problem is not the marginalization of conservative voices, it is the fact that every day, students are excluded based on their race, gender, sexual preference, familial income,Read More

Give my bike some shelter

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Carolyn Raihala   Like many Davidson students, I like to navigate the campus via bike. It’s convenient, especially for those of us perpetually rushing to class (like me). And I don’t just pedal from dorm to class and back, but also to places like CVS, Harris Teeter, and the AdaRead More

Cherish charity and justice

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Emily Taylor During my first two years here at Davidson, I volunteered weekly at a local therapeutic riding center that provided services to those suffering from traumatic brain injuries (TBI’s).   I loved working with the horses and giving back to my new community.  By the end of my sophomore year,Read More

Re-thinking the system

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Erin Davenport   Ms. Eric” “No. Ms. Erin. E-ri-nnnnn” I repeat, stressing the tricky last syllable. My pupil struggles to repeat the sounds, and ultimately fails, my Irish name sounding foreign and forced to his well-intentioned lips. I don’t correct him this time. Punctuation. No, not a period, a questionRead More