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Cherish charity and justice

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Emily Taylor During my first two years here at Davidson, I volunteered weekly at a local therapeutic riding center that provided services to those suffering from traumatic brain injuries (TBI’s).   I loved working with the horses and giving back to my new community.  By the end of my sophomore year,Read More

Re-thinking the system

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Erin Davenport   Ms. Eric” “No. Ms. Erin. E-ri-nnnnn” I repeat, stressing the tricky last syllable. My pupil struggles to repeat the sounds, and ultimately fails, my Irish name sounding foreign and forced to his well-intentioned lips. I don’t correct him this time. Punctuation. No, not a period, a questionRead More

Back on campus with familiar feelings, new mission

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Brian Helfrich   Ten years ago I moved into Tomlinson 301, and it feels like I’m back. My roommates need spontaneous naps, fall asleep with their clothes on, and often eat things they shouldn’t. The only difference is that Lewis and Doug have been replaced by my two infants, andRead More

President Quillen engages community in State of the Campus

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Olive Daniels Staff Writer On Monday evening, many Davidson students and some faculty members gathered in the Duke Family Performance Hall to listen as President Carol Quillen delivered the first ever State of the Campus Address. Spearheaded by the Student Government Association (SGA), the event was held to build bridgesRead More

Go inside the inner workings of Union Board

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Carr Kinsey Staff Writer Davidson’s biggest campus events, from Winterfest to Spring Frolics, come with all the showy trappings of months of planning. These events are the ones students think of when they think of the Union Board (UB) — the organization with the power to bring inflatable slides andRead More