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Anmar Jerjees '18 points out an image to the assembled crowd
Photo by Jane Campbell '18

Anmar Jerjees ‘18 presents photo series of displaced persons in Iraq

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Erin Davenport- Anmar Jerjees ‘18 opened up his Spike Grant research presentation in the Hamilton W. McKay Atrium with an exciting announcement: “I don’t know if y’all know this, but I’m actually the first student to give a presentation in this space” Jerjees said to loud cheers to the crowd.Read More

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Censorship and satire in Evgeny Shvarts’s The Dragon

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Lucas Weals- In 1930—the waxing days of Stalin’s cult of personality, the age of paranoia, in a Soviet Union haunted by ‘enemies of the people’ at their perpetual and nefarious work, spreading lies undermine the state—the playwright, poet, and novelist Mikhail Bulgakov wrote a letter to Joseph Stalin. The state’sRead More

“I Don’t See Greek”: Redefining Inclusivity at Davidson

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Jalin Jackson- In the United States, many criticize the system for its failure to provide change inclusive enough to satisfy diverse populations. This system, whose evolutionary apparatus has been a combination of racism and white supremacy, cannot improve as long as its inconsistencies remain unchanged or are changed without itsRead More

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Save Davidson Update

Save Davidson Update

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Olivia Daniels- Save Davidson, the grassroots movement formed in early 2017 to halt development on Beaty Street, has recently filed for 501(c)(4) status, which would establish it as a tax-exempt social welfare organization with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). On the group’s website, an official statement explained, “We researched thisRead More