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What We Wear: Jacina Hollins-Borges ‘21

What We Wear: Jacina Hollins-Borges ‘21

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I’d say that about half of my clothes are thrifted at this point, which works out for me perfectly because I don’t have a specific style. I draw inspiration from a lot of places, and I’m really vibing with this late-20th-century revival era we have going on right now —Read More

Compost Challenge

Letter To The Editor: Recycling the Composting Narrative

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Dr. Yancy Fouche  Director of Sustainability  Thanks to The Davidsonian for ongoing coverage of important sustainability issues, on campus and in our community. This article is offered as a response to Betsy Sugar ‘21’s recent article, “Composting at Davis Café: It’s Garbage.” The article prompted an important conversation among stakeholdersRead More

TurboTax® Expands Services, Enters Course Selection Market with Proprietary TurboTreeTM Software

TurboTax® Expands Services, Enters Course Selection Market with Proprietary TurboTreeTM Software

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA –– This tax season, the nation’s most widely-used online filing service has expanded its typical offerings. In a press release published last Wednesday, TurboTax® announced its new TurboTreeTM package, which is tailored directly to the needs of students at Davidson. Each year, millions of Americans take advantageRead More

Reflection: Creating and Finding Place

Reflection: Creating and Finding Place

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One of my favorite pieces of choreography is Franklin Yu’s rendition of “Slow Dancing in a Burning Room” by John Mayer. Yes, I said John Mayer and hip-hop dance in the same sentence. That shouldn’t make sense, but neither should the way that Franklin Yu’s movements make me listen toRead More

Self-Absorbed Sophomore Exhibits Symptoms of Finals Week Martyr Complex Three Weeks Early

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E.H. LITTLE LIBRARY –– On Saturday, April 6th at 4:15 PM, Kelly Lance ‘21 was found by her friends at the first round table on the entry level of E.H. Little Library. When Lance’s friends discovered her, they were too late. Kelly Lance has been officially diagnosed as the firstRead More