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Becca White '18 credits her dog AJ with helping her maintain a daily schedule and providing general emotional support. Photo by Elayna Daniels

Pets Provide Emotional Support to Student Owners

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Jack Dowell- Emotional support animals (ESAs) are a relatively new development in the field of academic access. According to Harriet Rollins ‘19, her dog Bunny, whom she brought to Davidson in the spring of her first year, was “one of the first on campus.” Beth Bleil, Director of the AcademicRead More

Davidson Candidates Appeal to Student and Community Voters as Election Day Nears

Davidson Candidates Appeal to Student and Community Voters as Election Day Nears

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Emma Pettit- With twelve candidates for five spots on Davidson’s Town Board of Commissioners and three candidates for Mayor, this year’s municipal elections have drawn new energy and increased participation from the town. According to North Carolina election law, since the municipality is under 60,000 residents both elections must remainRead More

Vegan Students Navigate Eating at Davidson Amid Dietary Restrictions, Call for Food Preparation Transparency

Vegan Students Navigate Eating at Davidson Amid Dietary Restrictions, Call for Food Preparation Transparency

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Raven Hudson- Eating at Commons can be challenging as diners compare the pros and cons of the express line versus chef du jour options. But for vegan students, picking out a meal is even more difficult. Often they have to get creative, navigating an obstacle course of stations to makeRead More

Save Davidson Update

Save Davidson Update

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Olivia Daniels- Save Davidson, the grassroots movement formed in early 2017 to halt development on Beaty Street, has recently filed for 501(c)(4) status, which would establish it as a tax-exempt social welfare organization with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). On the group’s website, an official statement explained, “We researched thisRead More

Coding Davidson: New Program Empowers  Students to Address Campus Needs

Coding Davidson: New Program Empowers Students to Address Campus Needs

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Lucy Walton- Technology is an integral part of any workplace today, and a few Davidson students are preparing by gaining some unique skills with the Information and Technology Services (ITS) student coding program. Jose Balcazar ‘19, Kyle (Mutian) Chen ‘19, and Julian Bertini ‘19 are working with Web Development FellowRead More