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HB2 Will Not Impact A10 Events

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Andrew Kenneson- “While we recognize that the NBA cannot choose the law in every city, state, and country in which we do business, we do not believe we can successfully host our All-Star festivities in Charlotte in the climate created by HB2.” With this statement in mid-July, the National BasketballRead More

Career Development Center welcomes dynamic new director

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Andrew Kenneson- During the Career Development Center’s Senior Kickoff few weeks ago, Jeanne-Marie Ryan stood on the stage of Duke Family Performance hall and issued a challenge to the Pre-Law Society. “Last year,” she said, “We had sixty law schools and sixty-one students at our law school fair.” She toldRead More

Renowned filmmaker Tom Gilroy focuses his lens on Davidson

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Andrew Kenneson- Tom Gilroy stands at the board and draws what looks like an upside-down check mark. There’s a long slope running up from left to right that ends with a smaller line running down in the opposite direction. “This,” he says, “is what every story looks like.” A problemRead More

NPHC new member presentations introduce next leaders

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Davidson is home to a variety of Greek organizations, including eating houses, fraternities, and sororities. However, several fraternities and all sororities are unique in that they are National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) organizations. This denotes these groups as being historically African-American and internationally recognized Greek sororities and fraternities. According to Davidson’sRead More

Davidson community awarded for commitment to service

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On Thursday, April 21, the Civic Engagement Council hosted their annual Celebration of Service. This year, there were a wide range of awards given to students, professors, and alumnae. As Kyle Goodfellow, the Program Coordinator for the Civic Engagement said, “Tonight’s event is a chance for us to celebrate theRead More