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Jose Antonio Vargas speaks about the plight of undocumented Americans

Jose Antonio Vargas speaks about the plight of undocumented Americans

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Staff Writer AJ Naddaff Last Thursday’s lecture featured a gay, undocumented Pulitzer-prize winning journalist, Jose Antonio Vargas.  His talk demonstrated an important step forward in the college’s history, addressing the intersectional nature of immigrants’ identities, documentation statuses, and the changing landscape of race in America. Vargas’ lecture, entitled “Define American,”Read More

College acquires new property at 210 Delburg Street

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Staff Writer AJ Naddaff In October 2014, Davidson College acquired a space unlike any other on campus: an old brick building at 210 Delburg Street. The un-renovated former textile mill with multiple massive rooms is situated directly across from the popular local restaurant Brickhouse Tavern. Property owners Bridgeport Fabrics firstRead More

Take Back the Night empowers survivors of sexual assault to share their personal stories

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Staff Writer Jacob Haythorn The night began with a packed room. Every seat and every table in the 900 Room was filled with people fitting into every possible gap around the walls and railings. The smell of pizza and the sounds of congenial conversation and laughter gave the room aRead More

Community responds to recent controversial NC legislation

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Staff Writer Meera Nagaraj Since the passage of House Bill 2, more commonly known as the “bathroom bill” or HB2, on March 23, North Carolina has been the subject of national controversy. Cited as the one of the most anti-LGBTQ+ pieces of legislation in the nation, HB2 requires people toRead More

Davidson Refugee Support group sends members abroad

Davidson Refugee Support group sends members abroad

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Staff Writer Colleen Karlovich The Davidson Refugee Support (DRS) group is doing more than supporting refugees in Charlotte – they are also sending students abroad to tackle problems head-on. The group has extensive summer work planned out for the next year, including a series of lectures, a trip to theRead More