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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

Queen City Conundrum

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Steffaney Wood Senior Staff Writer Davidson’s campus is only 19 miles away from uptown Charlotte, providing students with access to the largest city in North Carolina and one of the largest in the southeastern United States. Yet students find they aren’t able to take advantage of it as much asRead More

All Pennies That Don’t Grant Wishes Declared Counterfeits By U.S. Mint

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Given that the Obama administration is coming up on its last year in power, some bold changes are being made in Washington D.C. Some, like the legalization of gay marriage and the protection of Net Neutrality, are a bit controversial. However, one new change is being met with nothing butRead More

This Just In: Breaking Campus News To Keep You In The Know

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Student Neglecting to Hit Chambers Handicap Button Confirms Hatred of Movie “Pay it Forward” CHAMBERS—A third-year student neglected to hit the Chambers handicap button to keep the doors open for those entering the building behind him on Friday. In unrelated news, that same student recently confirmed his hatred of theRead More