Perspectives

Convenient solidarity

Convenient solidarity

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Jordan Siskind-Weiss Be it an incident of violence on the weekend or an email sent to the student body, it takes very little for Davidson’s campus to rhetorically erupt.  Our collective student consciousness is geared toward grappling with “hot topics”; events, policy changes, or rapidly rising concerns that merit anRead More

The fight against fossil fuels is a movement for justice

The fight against fossil fuels is a movement for justice

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Hannah Lukow In my most recent adventure as part of Davidson’s campaign to divest from fossil fuels, I found myself walking around with a clipboard and camera, approaching unknowing, latté-drinking students to bother them about the climate crisis. I could imagine their internal dialogue as I neared, sporting my divestmentRead More

The SGA Davidson deserves

The SGA Davidson deserves

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Cutler Renard In conversations I’ve had with Davidson students about our student government, the first sentence is usually “But what does the SGA do?” or “The SGA doesn’t really affect me.” Too many people see student government, and student involvement in school governance in general, as something that is irrelevantRead More

Raising the bar

Raising the bar

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Riley Sloan From “thanks Quillen” yaks to SGA meetings, there has been a lot of criticism recently about Davidson’s policies. The most controversial are the mandatory meal plan and kissing Lula goodbye, which are both unfortunate. But I don’t want to talk about them. I want to throw another complaintRead More

Digging through the trash  for a better Davison

Digging through the trash for a better Davison

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Jonathan Lee & Madison Santos Food seems to be the hot topic of late. With the controversy over the changing Meal Plan in almost every student’s mind, most of us seem to forget an important part to the Commons and Meal Plan equation, where does the food waste go? We’reRead More