Perspectives

Gaining a Nuanced Understanding of Syria

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AJ Naddaff – On Tuesday April 4, airstrikes struck down on the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhoun in northern Syria filling newsfeeds worldwide with horrific images of anemic women and children foaming gas from their mouths and gasping for breath. The same day, as the death toll was unfolding, aRead More

Always Developing: My Career Search

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Jamie Stamey – When I was 18 years old, I had a plan – to leave my tiny town in Upstate New York and move to Nashville to become the next big star. I had the talent, and the ambition, but my parents said I had to have higher education.Read More

Step Out: The History and Future of the BSC

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Jada Wiggleton-Little: At the end of the day, I sit back and count my steps. Where did I start? Where was I headed? Did I detour? Did I arrive? What did I learn along the way? Did I stop and enjoy the scenery? Did I make each step count? ItRead More

Hey, My Name is Liu Ann Volpe and I’m Adopted

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Liu Volpe – A six-month-old baby with a furrowed brow stares out of the 3×4 photo. She’s underweight and barely has hair. The hair that she does have stands up at odd angles as black clumps, because her head has recently been shaved. A shaved head protects her from liceRead More

A Perspective on Perspectives

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Kayla Edwards – At some point during my college search process, I learned that the most relevant information about a school’s student body could be found in the student newspaper. So, shortly after committing to Davidson, I read every Davidsonian perspectives piece available online. While my obsessive consumption of articlesRead More