Perspectives

Davidson’s Invisibility Problem

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Quinn Massengill- Have you ever been made to feel invisible before? I’m not talking about the hot-guy-never-notices-you-in-class-even-when-you-wear-your-cutest-outfit invisible (don’t we all know that feeling). I’m talking about the sort of invisible when you know that everyone you meet never thinks of you as a person, as another human being; ifRead More

In Defense of the Union Piano

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Sophie McHugh- We’ve all been there: It’s 8PM on a Thursday night and you’re grabbing a quick dinner at the Davis Café. Beef and Barley soup is on the menu–your favorite! Perfect for casually snacking on while you crank out a Moodle post about a book you didn’t read. AroundRead More

What Comes Next

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Emma Johnson- In some ways, leaving Davidson is like the Big Bang – an explosion that marks the beginning of everything else, the start of exploration of new worlds. I was no longer confined to the usual college campus with its familiar student landscape. The college friends that I hadRead More

Lessen Your Environmental Impact Through Vegetarianism

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Bridget Lavender- At this point in our college careers, most of us believe in global climate change. And, I am willing to bet, most of us believe that it is caused by human activity. With the overwhelming amount of science on our side, not to mention recent natural disasters suchRead More

Sustainable Living in Kalu Yala

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Alexandra Romero- My passions led me to a unique journey this summer; I spent nine weeks living in a valley hidden in the middle of the Panamanian jungle with the hope of building a sustainable town. I lived in a small town called Kalu Yala that focuses on sustainable livingRead More