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Santa Lobbies for Trans-Pacific Partnership To Aid in Annual Transport of Presents

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The ever-rising human population is causing problems for nearly every international industry, but one long-standing business tycoon is making clear efforts to combat the issue. Sources close to officials high up within the ranks of the Trans-Pacific Partner- ship (TPP) have leaked some big news: Santa Claus is coming toRead More

Urban resettlement exposes Angola’s neglect of social programs

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Daniel Black Luanda, Angola–In 2006, thousands of residents of Gika and Chicala were told that their neigborhoods would be bulldozed and the land redeveloped, and that they’d be resettled in Zango, a yet-to-be constructed subdivision 20 kilometers south of Luanda’s central business district. Not everyone was devastated. The government offeredRead More

Muslims in America: Say no to Islamophobia

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Zohaib Zafar I want to preface this article with an admission that I do not know much about politics, at least when compared to other people in the Davidson community. However, I think that the political situation in America is dire now with presidential candidates like Donald Trump and BenRead More

Spring seminar to explore me- morialization of Holocaust

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Vita Dadoo Lomeli Staff Writer “The Holocaust and Representation” a spring semester cross-listed in the German Studies and History Departments, aims to explore the relationship between trauma, violence and narrative. Orchestrated by Dr. Scott Denham, Charles A. Dana Professor of German Studies, the seminar is based on various previously offeredRead More

Self-instructional languages to continue through at least the spring

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Olive Daniels Staff Writer Last month, members of the Educational Policy Committee (EPC) voted to endorse the Self-Instructional Language Program (SILP) in its current form, keeping it a viable option within the language curriculum for interested second, third and fourth-year students. Budgeting issues made it uncelar whether or not SILPRead More