Perspectives

NC and Davidson College Should Stop Supporting Crisis Pregnancy Centers

NC and Davidson College Should Stop Supporting Crisis Pregnancy Centers

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Lily Acton ’20 When Davidson students sign the honor code—a rite of passage that the Class of 2023 participated in just a few weeks ago—they commit to being active members in a community of trust and honor. Unfortunately, just days after the ceremonious honor code signing, the integrity that definesRead More

Let’s Talk About Feminism On Our Campus Now

Let’s Talk About Feminism On Our Campus Now

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Annabel Winters-Mccabe ’22 Do you know how many women were in the 1973 graduating class at Davidson? The shocking answer is one, and she was the first ever to earn a degree here, as many students probably know, but a good number don’t, Davidson did not allow women to formallyRead More

RLO: Remember the Honor Code and Revise Your Off-Campus Housing Policies

RLO: Remember the Honor Code and Revise Your Off-Campus Housing Policies

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Nilay Ghatlia ’21 and Sebastian Sola-Sole ’21 We’ve been screaming from this soapbox for a month. On top of about 2,000 emails and just as many phone calls, the two of us have met with RLO and related persons five times to discuss policy and attitude toward off-campus students andRead More

A Loss of Connection: New Technology is Not Always the Best Option

A Loss of Connection: New Technology is Not Always the Best Option

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Liam Stiefel ’20 Like many returning students, I came to the Union at the beginning of the semester to find that the wheels of progress had arrived at Davis Café in the form of touch-screen ordering.  Taken in by the shine of the new screen, I tapped through the promptsRead More

Plurality Has to be the Future of Politics

Plurality Has to be the Future of Politics

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Kieran Clark ’22 Since high school, I’ve been aware that neither of the labels Republican or Democrat quite fit me.  Despite being heavily involved in politics from a relatively young age, I’ve always found a certain discontent with the bipartisan system that has dominated our country for so long.  WhileRead More