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Edgy Professor Decides to Spice Things Up a Bit, Drops Swear Word During Lecture

CHAMBERS 2054 –– Observing a recent spike in the number of unexcused absences and a general trend of student sluggishness as the semester moves into its latter stages, Dr. John Keating of the History Department, in what many are calling a brazen breach of basic pedagogical decency, made the boldRead More

Davidson takes on UNC-Wilmington in non-conference swimming action at Charles A. Cannon Pool on Friday, January 11, 2019 in Davidson, North Carolina.

Wildcats Make Splash at Conference Meet

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Sam Thomas ‘20  Senior Sports Writer Davidson’s Swimming & Diving teams competed at the Atlantic 10 Championships this past weekend at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio. The men finished fourth out of eight teams and the women finished eighth out of eleven teams. Both team performances were highlighted byRead More

Journalist Julia Ioffe Discusses Modern Russia

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Ariana Howard ‘20 Staff Writer The annual Hansford M. Epes Distinguished Lecture Series honors individuals from a range of professions within the humanities field. The Series was established in 2012 in honor of Hansford Epes ‘61, who served in the Humanities program as a professor, specializing in German Studies, untilRead More

Students Question Campus Accessibility Accommodations

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Jack Dowell ‘21 Staff Writer In the leadup to the recent SGA presidential election, Elif Kaya ‘19 made a post to the unofficial Davidson Facebook group saying that “as a voter, I am looking for a specific initiative on working to accept more students with physical disabilities to Davidson.” ThoughRead More

Commission on Race and Slavery Progresses

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Betsy Sugar ‘21 Staff Writer On February 15th, President Carol Quillen sent the Davidson faculty, staff, and student community an email addressing racist material in the college’s old yearbooks. Quillen explained that “Davidson College is committed to a full understanding of the college’s history with respect to slavery and race.Read More