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Davidson Fun Inflation Lowest In The Nation

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In a recent report by “U.S. News and World Report,” Davidson College was rated the lowest in the nation for fun inflation. Davidson has finally beat out institutions such as West Point and the Eastern Piedmont Penitentiary for having the least amount of all-American fun. This new ranking is aRead More

“Overcommited”, or experiential learner?

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Emily Rapport At a recent Davidson Perspectives dinner, a classmate made a comment that I have heard many times before: Davidson students are overcommitted. An administrator gave this comment a standing ovation. I don’t disagree, but I also don’t think students are the problem. As a senior reflecting back onRead More

Davidson’s obligation to divest: A fight for our integrity

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Emma Taylor Integrity defines our school’s character. Unguarded computers, take-home tests and Facebook posts in class pages reporting lost $20 bills demonstrate a widespread adherence to the honor code. The need-blind admission policy and foundation of the Davidson Trust exemplify our commitment to doing the right thing, regardless of theRead More

Lady Gaga resurrects American Horror Story?

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Jacob Hege Staff Writer For the avid American Horror Story (AHS) fan, each new season of the anthology series comes with a feeling of excitement and hesitation. Hesitation because with each new season of the series, it seems the quality only decreases. However unanimous this idea may be within theRead More

Writers discuss truth versus fact in literary arts

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Melanie Reimer Staff Writer On Monday, four distinguished literary artists gathered to discuss the ethics of literature in an event titled The Good Writer: Literary Ethics & the Literary Artist. Located in Chambers Hance Auditorium and co-sponsored by the Vann Center for Ethics and the English Department, the panel discussionRead More