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Personal Essay: It’s not just an abortion; it’s an abortion in North Carolina

Personal Essay: It’s not just an abortion; it’s an abortion in North Carolina

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Personal Essay: Olivia Daniels ‘19 We are introducing a new Personal Essay feature in The Davidsonian and plan for this to appear every other week. Editor-in-chief Olivia Daniels ‘19 has written our first essay, and her piece reflects her personal views and experience. We welcome further submissions to davidsonian@davidson.edu.  WhenRead More

North Carolina’s Loophole in Defining Consent

North Carolina’s Loophole in Defining Consent

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By Savanna Vest ‘22 and Betsy Sugar ‘21 Staff Writers In North Carolina, “no” does not always legally mean no. Through the 1979 court ruling in State v. Way, North Carolina’s Supreme Court explicitly ruled that once a woman gives consent, it is valid for the rest of the act, andRead More

Review of “Revisit: Artwork from Visiting Faculty”

Review of “Revisit: Artwork from Visiting Faculty”

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By Lucas Weals ‘19 Arts and Culture Editor On August 30, the Van Every/Smith galleries opened their first exhibition of the year, entitled Revisit: Artwork from Visiting Faculty. I went to see the work, and then I went again, because a revisit seemed apt to the subject matter. Across remarkablyRead More

What Wildcats Wear: Cal Freundlich ’20 & Ki Morgan ’20

What Wildcats Wear: Cal Freundlich ’20 & Ki Morgan ’20

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We’re both from New York but have grown up in completely different worlds from each other.       Cal: I’m from the West Village.        Ki: I was born and raised in the Brooklyn      Thus, we have been exposed and influenced by New York styleRead More

New Library Director Promises Changes

New Library Director Promises Changes

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By Drew Eastland ‘21 Staff Writer This semester, students might notice some changes to the campus’s main library. New E.H. Little Library Director Lisa Forrest seeks to push the library into the future with bold brainstorming and collaboration.  “Right now, libraries are at a very interesting place… [this is a]Read More