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Transition to Atlantic 10 brings more intense travel schedules for athletes

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Will McDuffie Co-Editor-in-Chief The transition of 17 of Davidson’s 19 varsity teams last year to the Atlantic 10 conference has heightened the competition for many teams and increased the name recognition for the college. One of the challenges the move has posed, however, is a more grueling travel schedule forRead More

Davidson students adapt to jobs at Kindred on Main Street

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Mary Porter Staff Writer Main Street is peppered with an eclectic array of fine dining restaurants, casual lunch spots, and soda and ice cream parlors. Carrburritos, Kindred, Millstone Bake House, Toast and The Pickled Peach rank among the top most popular with Davidson students and professors. Two students work atRead More

Eating house self-selection rescheduled for Saturday this spring

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Vita Dadoo Lomeli Staff Writer S elf-Selection Day is one of the most widely anticipated events in the spring semester at Davidson. A tradition that has spanned several decades, Self-Selection Day celebrates the induction of new members into the four Eating Houses on campus: Rusk, Turner, Connor, and Warner Hall.Read More

Four Watson Fellowship nominees share project proposals

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  Sydney Mack Staff Writer Last week, the college announced four Watson Fellowship nominees. Seniors Xzavier Killings, Alec Rotunda, Isabel McLain and Elizabeth Welliver are among a group of potential Watson Fellows from forty private colleges and universities throughout the United States. The Watson Fellowship awards its recipients $30,000 eachRead More

Davidson Outdoors trip fosters conversation about race

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Sidney Fox Staff Writer During the weekend of Oct. 23, seven students went on a Davidson Outdoors trip that focused on engaging in a dialogue about race in America and at Davidson. The three leaders and four participants backpacked and camped in the mountains of western North Carolina. They structuredRead More