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Davidson Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative Rewards Student Creativity through Unique Approach

Davidson Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative Rewards Student Creativity through Unique Approach

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Laura Dunnagan – The Davidson Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative recently launched the Failure Fund, a no-strings-attached grant opportunity that allows students to experiment with creative and innovative ideas with no expectation of success. The Failure Fund will award $150-1000 to selected applicants, who can apply on a rolling basis. Students,Read More

Sophomore “Gets it Poppin” with Prestigious Grant for Clothing Co.

Sophomore “Gets it Poppin” with Prestigious Grant for Clothing Co.

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Ethan Ehrenhaft – Founded in 2012, the Avinger Scholarship is awarded annually to Davidson students who seek to further develop a business project and pursue a future in entrepreneurship. In order to receive the scholarship, which consists of $5,000 in funding and secured placement in the Venture Lab program, studentsRead More

YouthMAP Gala Showcases Semester of Photography and Community

YouthMAP Gala Showcases Semester of Photography and Community

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Laura Dunnagan – On November 30, the Lilly Gallery sparkled with lights and excited young photographers as they featured their art at YouthMAP’s Biannual Gala. Youth Marketing and Photography, known as “YouthMAP,” is a student-led organization founded at Davidson in 2013. YouthMAP’s mission is to build relationships, through photography, withRead More

Where do Davidson’s Christmas Traditions Fit in an Increasingly Diverse Religious Community?

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Kamran Shahbaz – Jingles, jolly, and joy permeated the brisk “Christmas in Davidson” events last weekend. For three days Main Street hosted horsedrawn carriages, gift fairs and raffles, ugly sweater contests, and Victorian carolers. Davidson’s finest restaurants, Raeford’s Barbershop, Main Street Books, and even Ben & Jerry’s partook in theRead More

SGA Offers Recap of Fall 2016 Efforts, Discusses Initiatives and Plans for Upcoming Semester

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Ethan Ehrenhaft – As winter break draws near and students prepare for a tidal wave of exams, the Student Government Association (SGA) wraps up a semester full of accomplishments. The SGA is made up in part by the Senate Executive Committee (SEC), which includes the Student Body President, Vice President,Read More