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Immaculate Conception Occurs After Socially Awkward Students Make Intense, Prolonged Eye Contact

Immaculate Conception Occurs After Socially Awkward Students Make Intense, Prolonged Eye Contact

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Joshua O’Donnell was born last Sunday to two Davidson Students. The 6 pound 5 ounce baby served as a warm and welcome bundle to parents Mary Stew ‘18 and Thomas Dickinson ‘20, who conceived the little bundle of joy after making intense, and fleeting eye contact in the library nineRead More

Mayor Roberts in 2015, Photo courtesy of John D. Simmons/The Charlotte Observer

Davidsonian Exclusive Interview: Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts

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On Wednesday, November 7th, senior staff writer Ethan Ehrenhaft interviewed Charlotte Mayor, Jennifer Roberts: EE: Charlotte has undergone incredible financial development in the last few decades, and as of this year, the city is the country’s third largest banking center. I was wondering how you personally witnessed change and growthRead More

Tony Richardson brings life to the part of a young black man killed by the police. Photo courtesy of Chris Record / College Communications

Davidson Theatre confronts race and privilege in five short plays

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Lucas Weals- On September 3, 2016, the New York Times ran an essay by Dr. Naomi Rosenberg, MD, called “How to Tell a Mother Her Child is Dead.” Rosenberg, an emergency medical physician in North Philadelphia, gives her advice in a harrowingly clear direct address: “After the bathroom you doRead More

Funded in part by a Mellon grant, the Facing Our Truth production was made up of independent scenes with common themes resounding throughout the performance. Photo courtesy of Chris Record/College Communications

Facing Our Truth Communicates Racial Injustice through Theatrical Medium

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Drew Eastland- Davidson’s Theatre Department has committed itself to emphasizing the consequences of systematic racism in the United States through its recent production of Facing Our Truth. The show featured five different ten to fifteen minute scenes: “Night Vision,” “Some Other Kid,” “The Ballad of George Zimmerman,” “No More MonstersRead More

College Bookstore Considers Corporate Partners

College Bookstore Considers Corporate Partners

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Lucy Walton- Changes are being considered for the Davidson College Store. This past summer, in an attempt to maximize profits under budget constraints and serve students better, the college began looking into outsourcing operations at the bookstore. On November 7th, various companies put forth their proposals to a decision-making committee.Read More