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Views from the 704: Newly Elected SGA President Alex Soltany ’18 and Vice President Malia Dickson ’18

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Ethan Ehrenhaft – What was the most challenging aspect, for you two personally, running for SGA President and SGA Vice President? Alex Soltany (AS): It’s an extremely time-intensive, energy-draining and anxiety-inducing process. It also takes a lot of time away from your friends, who are supporting you every step ofRead More

Student Charged with Sexual Battery

Student Charged with Sexual Battery

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Laura Dunnagan – The Davidson Police Department arrested George “Ward” Coleman ’19, a member of the varsity baseball team, on February 2 on a charge of sexual battery against a fellow Davidson student that occurred earlier this semester. According to Cristina Shaul, the Town of Davidson Public Information Officer, the victimRead More

Three SGA Presidential Candidates Debate: Two Remain

Three SGA Presidential Candidates Debate: Two Remain

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Emma Pettit – From the balcony to the floor, students filled the 900 Room on Sunday, February 12th, to watch the SGA presidential debate between Alex Soltany ’18, Houston Downes ’18, and Connor Murphy ‘18. Each candidate gave a three-minute opening statement before answering questions, both officially moderated by Davidsonian Co-Editor-in-ChiefRead More

Self-Selection Day Undergoes Major Changes to Promote Comfort and Inclusivity for New PCC Members

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Ethan Ehrenhaft – Self Selection Day, a Davidson tradition, underwent several major changes this year. Seen as one of the highlights of the second semester, Davidson tour guides are keen to mention the event to prospective students, which involves the infamous “run-around” in the evening. Self Selection Day is when newRead More

Students Travel to Raleigh to Join Annual HKonJ March

Students Travel to Raleigh to Join Annual HKonJ March

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Wilson Pava – Between 20 and 80 thousand people marched in the North Carolina NAACP’s HKonJ march, short for Historic Thousand on J Street, last Saturday in Raleigh. The march is the state NAACP’s biggest event of the year. Part of the Moral Mondays movement, the march sought bring together variousRead More