Living Davidson

Staff Spotlight: Eva Alvarez, Vail Commons

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Emma Johnson – For those of you Commons-goers, Eva is a familiar face. Her smile greets you as you swipe in, making you feel welcomed and loved. Somehow, she remembers the things going on in your life even though she talks to hundreds of students a day. Eva is aRead More

“Waves III” as Told by Davidson Students

“Waves III” as Told by Davidson Students

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Parker Smith and Alexandra Zirinis – Parker: This sculpture makes me feel like I have spent a long night of studying in preparation for a final exam. The numbers and class material are crammed into my mind, and I just sit and take it all in. The location of thisRead More

Students Respond to Ambiguity of Sculpture “You”

Students Respond to Ambiguity of Sculpture “You”

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Deanna Grayson, Marina Shallcross, and Grace Leonhardt – Deanna: On a busy Wednesday afternoon, students scurry back and forth from class to the library while a sculpture nearby hangs inert. In its stillness, the sculpture “You” by Antony Gormley is almost comical. Nobody ever stands still at Davidson. And if weRead More

Davidson 101: Navigating Commons

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Emma Johnson and Genevieve Rowe – To all you first years out there, we are here to present to you a slightly different Davidson 101. This one might actually help you in your Davidson career, since you all will be obliged to have a meal plan throughout your four years. AndRead More

A glimpse behind the stage: Davidson’s music scholars

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Caroline Phan – Thursday night’s Music Scholars Recital is a Davidson College tradition that unites the incoming music scholars and current music scholars into one community. Bubbling amidst the walls of the Sloan Performance Hall was a medley of amiable chatter and laughter amongst the Davidson students and members of theRead More