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Student Spreading Hate on Yik Yak Really Just Hates Self

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DAVIDSON, N.C.— This morning Brandon Borstein woke up on the right side of the bed—for the first time in his life. Or at least that’s how he phrased it in a recent roundtable discussion designed to raise awareness of digital harassment on campus. “I was part of the problem,” saidRead More

Headlice Colony Celebrates Six Generations Of Residency On Freshman’s Scalp

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Although it is 2015, single mothers are still associated with stereotypes of helplessness and despair. Mandy Leggs is out to shatter that stigma. After her former home was flooded with poison and her husband was murdered, Leggs –pregnant and alone– fled to take refuge in a nearby Denver Broncos baseballRead More

Student Jumps Through Cookout Window Yelling “I’ll Do It My Damn Self”

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MOORESVILLE, N.C.—Reports have been rushing in since this past Saturday night of a local Davidson College student having allegedly jumped through the window of the Exit 36 Cookout yelling, “I’ll do it my damn self.” The student, who is an undeclared junior at Davidson, had reportedly been there since FridayRead More

“The Great God Pan” discusses recovering memories

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Jacob Hege “I don’t remember that.” How often do we find ourselves saying this statement? How often is that statement true? There’s not much we truly forget, unless we choose not to remember. Amy Herzog’s play “The Great God Pan” observes the effects of repressing our darkest memories. We seeRead More

Reason and faith: Davidson’s heritage—and hopefully its future

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Dr. Ralph Levering Two sentences in Davidson’s Statement of Purpose, last revised in 2005, offer profound insights into education of the whole person and implicitly challenge us to think deeply about how we wish to live in college and thereafter: Davidson dedicates itself to the quest for truth and encouragesRead More