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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

Muslim Student Association Rallies Against Trump Executive Order

Muslim Student Association Rallies Against Trump Executive Order

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Kamran Shahbaz – The Muslim Student Association (MSA) hosted an event last Thursday that challenged the supposed “privileged and unsympathetic” Davidson student stereotype. In the demonstration of opposition to President Trump’s executive order barring refugees from seven majority Muslim countries, hundreds of students, faculty, trustees, and townspeople gathered in the AlvarezRead More

The Davidson Model in the Atlantic 10 Conference

The Davidson Model in the Atlantic 10 Conference

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Andrew Kenneson – The landscape of college athletics changed dramatically between 2010 and 2014. The Big East collapsed. The SEC bolstered its already fearsome lineup of football powerhouses. The ACC solidified its claim as the best basketball conference in the land. The PAC-10 became the PAC-12. However, these shifts did notRead More

Davidson Refugee Support Empowers Refugee Communities

Davidson Refugee Support Empowers Refugee Communities

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Laura Dunnagan – Davidson Refugee Support is evaluating how to best address the needs of refugees in Charlotte and abroad in the wake of a recent Executive Order from President Trump banning immigration from seven majority-Muslim nations. Davidson Refugee Support, commonly called DRS, was founded in November 2015 by a smallRead More

Students Join National Movement

Students Join National Movement

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Emma Pettit – A sea of pink covered the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, January 21st for the highly anticipated Women’s March on Washington. About half a million people joined the protest to express their solidarity in resistance to Donald Trump’s administration, specifically targeting his misogynistic remarks. That numberRead More