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2016-2017 Sustainability Co-op Members Focus on Social Justice

2016-2017 Sustainability Co-op Members Focus on Social Justice

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Colleen Karlovich – Recently, the Sustainability Co-op on campus has undergone much revitalization. Created in 2008, this living space was originally known as the “Eco-House.” It began when a team of students and Dr. Annie Merrill, a professor of English and environmental studies, decided to create a space on campusRead More

Pulitzer Grant Recipient Reflects on Her Experience as a Journalist Abroad in Pakistan

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Ikra Javed – Ikra Javed ‘18 is an Economics and History interdisciplinary major from Charlotte, NC. During the summer of 2016, Javed received a Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting grant through Davidson College. Javed studied the notion of the “third gender” in Pakistan, as well as those who identify asRead More

“When the Davidson Bubble Bursts” Challenges Standard Study Abroad Discussions

“When the Davidson Bubble Bursts” Challenges Standard Study Abroad Discussions

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Laura Dunnagan – When the Davidson Bubble Bursts, an event created grant students the platform to discuss their study abroad experiences, held its third annual event Wednesday, March 15. The event was designed to foster a community of support and solidarity for students who have faced challenges like sexual assault,Read More

The Other Pipeline: Protestors Face Off Against ‘Big Energy’

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Emma Tayloe, Investigative Reporter – In their months long opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), the Standing Rock Sioux water protectors sparked a national debate about the conflict between energy infrastructure projects and indigenous rights. Although the DAPL may be the current focus of this conversation, it is notRead More

Pasta ‘Cuz Offers Students a Late Night Meal Option on Wednesdays

Pasta ‘Cuz Offers Students a Late Night Meal Option on Wednesdays

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Ethan Ehrenhaft – Sometimes all it takes is two hungry Davidson students to come up with a revolutionary business idea. One fateful evening in early February of this semester, Maggie Spiller ‘18 was lying in bed, staring at the ceiling and walls, when she noticed something. It was a pictureRead More