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After 38 years, college prepares goodbyes for Professor Ortmayer

After 38 years, college prepares goodbyes for Professor Ortmayer

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Steffaney Wood Dr. Louis “Lou” Ortmayer, political science professor for the past 38 years, will retire after this semester, but not without a proper sendoff.  The LalapaLOUza will celebrate his service to the college with an alumni panel and remarks discussing the impact of Davidson and Dr. Ortmayer on theirRead More

SGA update: end of an era

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Josephine Cannell Staff Writer On February 12, Davidson’s Student Government Association convened one last time under the leadership of SGA President and Vice President Zi Yang ’16 and VJ Brown ’15 to talk about a number of issues ranging from off-campus housing next year to a proposal from the AcademicRead More

Successful in Davidson, E2D seeks to expand

Successful in Davidson, E2D seeks to expand

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VITA DADOO LOMELI Staff Writer Two years ago, Pat Millen’s 12-year-old daughter came to his father with two blistering questions: how are my peers expected to complete assignments that require internet access if they don’t own any computers? And what are we going to do about it? Struck by hisRead More

Weinstein scholars discuss experiences

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Colleen Karlovich Staff Writer If you had the opportunity to pick any aspect of American culture and explore it further, what would you choose? Would you prefer to taste  local cuisines, perhaps testing out what “American” food is really like? Or, maybe you would like a more hands-on experience byRead More

RLO makes housing changes for Fall 2015

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STEFFANEY WOOD Staff Writer The Residence Life Office has introduced several changes to next year’s housing options. Sentelle will become a first-year residence hall. For upperclassmen who wish to live in a substance-free environment, first-floor Cannon will be available for women and first- floor New Hall will be available forRead More