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Crocs Season Delegated to One “Purge”  Day in Mid-August

Crocs Season Delegated to One “Purge” Day in Mid-August

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In an official announcement on Monday, the United States government decreed that Americans would only be allowed to wear Crocs shoes on a single “purge” day in mid-August. The statement declared that the event will be held annually in an effort to protect the public from their appearance for theRead More

Women’s Tennis looks to tremendous depth to reach new heights

Women’s Tennis looks to tremendous depth to reach new heights

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Benson Klinger Guest Writer The women’s tennis team kicked off the sea- son this past Friday with a match against Furman University. Following a 6-1 loss, the team showed promise on Sunday afternoon as they secured their first win of the season against Gardner-Webb, 4-3. Coming off their first season inRead More

Dukes looks to close book on career with winning run

Dukes looks to close book on career with winning run

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Emma Johnson Staff Writer Division I athletics are challenging no matter the school, but they are especially difficult at Davidson, where athletes are challenged mentally and physically, both on and off the court. Being a successful D-I athlete at Davidson for all four years requires dedication, sacrifice and incredible passionRead More

What to expect from the upcoming SGA debate and elections

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Mary Porter Staff Writer On February 4, candidates running for the position of Student Government Association president will participate in a debate to address the needs of the student body prior to the Category II Elections on Monday, February 8.  The debate will take place in the Lilly Gallery, andRead More

An initiated freshman reflects on self-selection events

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Madison Abbott Staff Writer It’s 7 a.m. Saturday morning. The freshmen residence halls are quiet and brimming with anticipation. Suddenly, the still morning is overrun by spirited chanting and the sound of abrupt pounding on doors. Self-Selection, one of the most highly anticipated events during the Davidson spring semester, hasRead More