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Dr. Garry Bertholf presented to Davidson community members in the Spencer-Weinstein Center. Photo by Dr. Laurian Bowles

BSC leads charge to commemorate black history at Davidson

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Jake Carver- February marks Black History Month, and student organizations all over Davidson have arranged events and projects to highlight the significance African Americans have played in both Davidson and world history. The Black Student Coalition (BSC) started its celebrations with a speech from Dr. Garry Bertholf of the EnglishRead More

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Basic Painting: A Lesson in Persistence

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Haley Jobe- As a prospective Davidson student, I loved hearing about the once-in-a-lifetime opportunities students could pursue once on campus. Some students study the effects of Hookah smoke in a research lab, others build eye-marveling sculptures in the VAC, and a few students even have the opportunity to travel theRead More

Race, Power, and Institutional Memory in College Admissions

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Margaret Parker & Julia Tayloe- As the spring semester warms up and we immerse ourselves in campus life once again, most of us will give little thought to the college decision process that current high-school seniors are navigating. In less than two months, many members of Davidson’s Class of 2022Read More

George Saunders met with students in the Alumni House Sunroom 
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On Bowling Pins and Keeping One’s Head Out of One’s Ass: An Evening with George Saunders

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Thomas Waddill- Upon learning that I’ve been invited to a Q&A session with Conarroe Lecturer George Saunders, my roommate Matt alerts me to a line that Saunders wrote in his 2015 New Yorker article, “My Writing Education: A Time Line,” in which Saunders tells us that, in 1986, “Doug [Unger]Read More

The men's tennis team looks to lean on the leadership of Artem Khrapko '18 as their season starts to come into full force. Photo courtesy of Davidson Athletics

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Look Forward to Successful Spring

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Sam Thomas- Wildcat tennis is back in action and the ‘Cats have gotten their spring season off and running. The women have started at a blistering rate with a 3-2 start. Their two losses have come against the nation’s fifth-ranked team in UNC and in a nail-biting fashion against aRead More