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Scholastic Spotlight: First Year Rushee to Examine What the Move is Tonight for WRI 101 Final Paper

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CHAMBERS 1234 — Describing the subject matter of his study as “groundbreaking, potentially historic, and previously unexplored in academia,” first-year student Brett Murray ‘22 explained to his Writing 101 classmates on Monday that his final paper would investigate the timeless question that has eluded the world’s greatest social scientists forRead More

Sean Sherman Commons Review

Sean Sherman Commons Review

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Michael Hall ’19 Food critic  Although Vail Commons’ Chef du Jour wields an unimaginable culinary versatility—concocting coconut curry on Monday and vegetable paella on Tuesday—they have somehow been overlooked by the James Beard Foundation, distributors of some of America’s most coveted gastronomic awards. Not overlooked, however, is Chef Sean Sherman,Read More

Normalcy in Times of Crisis: Our Relationships to Sports

Normalcy in Times of Crisis: Our Relationships to Sports

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Deen Haleem ‘21 Men’s basketball correspondent  We all know what happened this past week, and we all know it was much bigger than a few basketball games. We saw hate revealed from the shadows of our campus, and as it was brought to light, we saw love rise to confrontRead More

Davidson Football Cursed with Close Losses, Approaches Final Chance for Winning Season

Davidson Football Cursed with Close Losses, Approaches Final Chance for Winning Season

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Jacob Margolis ‘20 Football correspondent  One minute and 43 seconds. Davidson was just one minute and 43 seconds away from the biggest win in program history since the caper of the undefeated 2000 season. Instead of a technical win over San Diego, a program that has dominated the pioneer footballRead More

A Call for Unity

A Call for Unity

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Alumni Outlook: Grads Weigh In Alex Soltany ’18 After four consecutive years on campus, it has been hard for me to be physically separated from Davidson College, a community that has given so much to me. It has been even harder to witness Davidson’s recent struggles from afar, as theRead More