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Forbes Releases Top Three Career Paths for Whimsical, Avoidant College Graduates List

Forbes Releases Top Three Career Paths for Whimsical, Avoidant College Graduates List

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Forbes has long since been viewed as one of the rare reliable listicle sources for ambitious youths. While People Magazine named Blake Shelton the sexiest man alive in a gross abuse of power, Forbes stayed steady and reminded us that some white guy with an indistinct job was still theRead More

Decreasing the Distance: Davidson and West Charlotte

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Bethany Kirkpatrick- Last week, West Charlotte High School students asked if we could do a Q&A about college and college readiness, and frankly I still wish we’d had more time for their questions. They asked about time management, choosing a major, changing cultures, and balancing the demands of being aRead More

Letter to First-Year Men Re: Spring Semester Isolation

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Nick Johnson- To any first years who’ve recently felt isolated: While reading Kenzie Bell’s ’20 article about Self-Selection, I was drawn back to a few moments from my first year. Sure, the first experience I remembered was being jolted awake to screams on the floor below as girls were whiskedRead More

“Untitled (Double Warriors)” (detail), by Jen Ray. (Photograph ©DAG and printed with permission)

Jen Ray’s Surrounded by Wolves: Reviewed

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Lucas Weals & Isabelle Sakelaris- If there is a primal scene behind Jen Ray’s Surrounded by Wolves, currently on display in the VAC’s Van Every gallery, it’s at a circus in Glasgow. A woman, skin painted brown with ochre and hair covered by a black wig, lies reclined in aRead More

College Advising Corps provides opportunities to recent graduates

College Advising Corps provides opportunities to recent graduates

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Zach Longboy- For Thomas Hall ’16, the conversation started as it often does with one of his seniors – the kid was a strong student, pretty motivated, but completely uninterested in college or the college process. He just did not see the point. But, with the hopeful air of aRead More