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Track & Field Gears Up for Tournament

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By: Iain Anderson ’21 Staff Writer Unlike other college sports, track and field competes in two conference championships each school year—one indoors and one outdoors. It is a unique opportunity of which the Davidson men’s and women’s teams plan to take advantage. The men’s team looks to improve on itsRead More

College’s Center for Interdisciplinary Studies Transitions Leadership, Increases Student Enrollment in Program

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By: Emma Brentjens ’21 Staff Writer Davidson’s Center for Interdisciplinary Studies (CIS) allows students and faculty to study fields that are not offered as majors by the college. Some center-established majors include Arab Studies, Communication Studies, Genomics, Global Literary Theory, Neuroscience, and Russian Studies [1]. Students can also design theirRead More

Werewolves’ Bi-Annual Emergence from Base Libs Reported around 4:02:07 A.M. EST

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Reported sightings of delirious students-turned-werewolves emerging from Base Libs are under investigation by the Town of Davidson police. Town officials say that the unbearable pressures of final exams, coupled with the toxic and oxygen-deprived environment of Base Libs, have triggered staggering chemical imbalances in the student body. Recent findings by local forensics experts includeRead More

Latinx Organizations Vie for Spots on Patterson Court for Next Year

Latinx Organizations Vie for Spots on Patterson Court for Next Year

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By: Cathy Xu ’21 Staff Writer Almost three years ago, Ruben Barajas-Ruiz ’18, Richy Tovar ’19, and four other students formed an interest group that called for an on-campus organization that would cater to Latinx students. Given their lack of numbers, they did not have enough support for such anRead More

Axel Fries '20, along with the Davidson men's and women's teams, posted the best regular season record since Davidson joined the A-10 in 2015. Photo courtesy of Jane Campbell

Tennis Looking to Bring Home Two A-10 Titles

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By: Jake Carver ’21 Staff Writer Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams’ grueling seasons peaked this week at the Atlantic 10 Championships in Orlando. For the seniors, the A-10 tournament is a last effort to secure a conference championship and a trip to the NCAA Regional rounds. For theRead More