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Patterson Court Council Votes in Favor of Latino Fraternity and Latina Sorority on Campus

Patterson Court Council Votes in Favor of Latino Fraternity and Latina Sorority on Campus

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Caroline Roy- A determined group of students achieved a long-awaited victory on the evening of Wednesday, November 1st, when the Patterson Court Council (PCC) voted in favor of bringing a Latino fraternity and Latina sorority to campus. The interest group, which includes Ruben Barajas-Ruiz ‘18, Wilson Pava ‘19, Crystal IbarraRead More

Charlotte, North Carolina: A City with One of the Lowest Economic Mobility Rates in the Nation

Charlotte, North Carolina: A City with One of the Lowest Economic Mobility Rates in the Nation

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Ethan Ehrenhaft- In 2013, Harvard University, Stanford University, and the University of California- Berkeley released findings from their joint Equality of Opportunity Project. The project looked at causes and potential solutions for cases of intergenerational poverty and inequality throughout the United States. Charlotte, Davidson’s most prominent urban neighbor, did notRead More

Davidson's archivists are excited to open the Archives to more students for research and general curiosity. Photo by Erin Gross '18

Students Engage with Archives to Further Research Projects

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Lucy Walton- Davidson’s archivists are excited to open the Archives to more students for research and general curiosity. Photo by Erin Gross ’18 On the second floor of the E.H. Little Library, college archivists Sharon Bird, Jessica Cottle, and DebbieLee Landi work to preserve the college’s history in the SmithRead More

Trends show that student printing has slowly decreased since the 2009-2010 academic year. it is important to note that "sheets" refers to sheets of paper, and pages could be printed double-sided (e.g. one sheet printed double-sided would be 2 pages). Data for 2011-2012 was not available. Data courtesy of ITS, graphic by Steffaney Wood

College to Landfill: Resource Management and Waste

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Steffaney Wood- The increasing size of the student body affects the generation of waste and use of resources by the college as a whole—an aspect that has not gone unrecognized by students, faculty, and staff alike. This semester, there exist a variety of sustainability efforts focused on waste. Notably, theRead More

Students have expressed discontent about the imminent closure of the Union Station, one of the only late-night dining options on campus. Photo by Erin Gross

Union Station Set to Close Its Doors by the End of the Semester

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Maya Tetali- At the end of the fall 2017 semester, after the campus is fully vacated and all the exams are completed and graded, Union Station will officially close it doors to the student body permanently. The convenience store is currently located on the first floor of the Alvarez CollegeRead More