Davidson Wildcat Handbook (2021-2022)

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THE OFFICIAL

WILDCAT HANDBOOK class of 2025


calendar FA L L 2 0 2 1 AUG. 19 — 22

Orientation

AUG. 23

First Day Of Classes

SEPT. 30 — OCT. 1

Fall Break

NOV. 22

Classes follow the Friday meeting schedule

NOV. 23

Last day of classes, Classes follow the Thursday meeting schedule

NOV. 24 — 26

Thanksgiving break

NOV. 29 — DEC. 10

Reading, writing, reflection, presentations, and exams (professors will determine schedule for students)

SPRING 2022 JAN. 20

Classes begin

MAR. 14 — 18

Spring break

APR. 27

Last day of classes

APR. 29 — MAY 12

Reading, writing, reflection, presentations, and exams (professors will determine schedule for students)

MAY 15

Commencement


table of c ontents 4 class of 2025 29 hall counselors 35 student resources 44 academic resources 47 student life


On behalf of all of us here at Davidson, Welcome! You’re joining this special place at an exciting time. We’re excited to return to the serendipitous interactions and unyielding connections that make the Davidson experience distinctive and enduring. Thank you for facilitating our return by getting vaccinated against COVID-19. The pandemic revealed the strength and resilience of this community of smart, driven and kind people who live and learn together – students who enjoy tackling unsolved problems, mentors who inspire you to question your assumptions and expand your imagination. As you pursue new activities and build lasting friendships, you’ll discover talents you didn’t know you possessed. Please make the most of your time at Davidson. Immerse yourself in all you do, stretch beyond your comfort zone, and seek to build connections between what you learn and how you see yourself in the world. Davidson is a place of boundless opportunity, a place to discover both who you are and what the world asks of you. Sincerely, Carol Quillen President

Class of 2025, Your class has a special opportunity to make an impact – on campus, in our community and in the world. We all look forward to working with you! I also hope each of you will take risks to learn and grow! Find a mentor who will challenge and support you as you pursue your dreams and goals. Get involved in life outside of class. Exercise thoughtful care of yourself and extend care and respect to others. Revel in everything that make Davidson special: our Honor Code, the beauty of our campus, the diversity of our community, and our history of preparing servant leaders and game changers. Sincerely, Byron P. McCrae Dean of Students Welcome to Davidson! As someone who loves Davidson now, but hated it for at least the first two months, I feel lucky to have the chance to say a few words about your first-year and give you some advice. Coming out of a year and a half of meeting almost no new people, I think you all are coming into college in a time when all of us appreciate connections more than ever. Prop your door open, you can pop your head out into the hallway to meet new people and introduce yourself. Don’t be afraid to sit by yourself or go somewhere on your own. Learning to be okay on your own might be the toughest part of your first year. Friend groups will change, no matter what you think, first-year groups rearrange and rearrange and rearrange. College is hyped up to be the best four years of your life, and for some people it is, but for others it’s not, and that’s perfectly okay. Putting unnecessary pressure to have the best time all the time will not help you find your people. It might take time, but you’ll find your place here, because you’re all meant to be here. Sincerely, Emily Schmitt ’23 Editor

03 words of welcome


class of 2025 Kalina Abaturov

Majeed Abugideiri

Lizzie Adelman

Tomisin Adenupe

Ellie Adler

Las Vegas, NV

Los Angeles, CA

Charlotte, NC

Marietta, GA

Metairie, LA

Yumna Ahmed

Yusuf Ahmed

Amirah Alam

Ashley Allushuski

Johnny Anderson

Karachi, Pakistan

Toms River, NJ

Shelby, NC

Pittsboro, NC

Boise, ID

Emma Anglin

Christopher Anosike

Prince Appiah

Amelia Aragona

Lisbeth Arrieta

Charlotte, NC

Desoto, TX

Newark, NJ

Raleigh, NC

Hialeah, FL

Sahana Athreya

Annie Atsaves

Elizabeth Austell

Cade Ayris

Tyler Bacon

Bengaluru, India

Swarthmore, PA

Matthews, NC

Mooresville, NC

Charlotte, NC

Noelle Baer

Matt Baird

Sydney Ballard

Braeden Baller

Kelby Bannerman

Crawfordsville, IN

Sudbury, MA

Greensboro, NC

Fort Worth, TX

Hampshire, IL

class of 2025

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class of 2025 Braxton Barber West End, NC

Madeleine Baublitz Miami, FL

Vincent Bennage Pleasant Prairie, WI

Crosby Boe Ketchum, ID

Maria Borja Quito, Ecuador

05 class of 2025

Genna Barge

Baldwin Barnes

Milena Barrera

Brody Bassett

Swickley, PA

Tampa, FL

Dallas, TX

Highlands Ranch, CO

Emma Bazemore

Drew Beebe-Clark

Emma Begley-Collier

Walker Benjamin

Fairfax, VA

Highlands Lks, NJ

Seattle, WA

Chapel Hill, NC

CJ Bennett

Matthew Bernard

Anne Berquist

Arianna Berrios

Lilburn, GA

Charlotte, NC

Barrington, IL

Burlington, NC

Jack Bogan

Audrey Bohlin

Nicolette Bonsignore

Chloe Booker

Jacksonville, FL

Santa Fe, NM

Hillsborough, NC

Jamaica Plain, MA

Seb Bossard

Jenna Bouhussein

Ryan Brafman

Willie Breen

New Rochelle, NY

Davidson, NC

Rehoboth Bch, DE

Owings Mills, MD


“Be yourself and if you don’t know who that is yet then try new things and explore as much as you can. Davidson offers so many ways to do this.” — Abigail Bigley ’24

Grahm Breiter Ladera Ranch, CA

Eliana Burgin Charlotte, NC

Ashley Camacho Highland Park, IL

Annie Carroll Charlotte, NC

Miles Charles Chapel Hill, NC

Sierra Brown

Dallas Brown

Jessica Bryant

Lily Bryant

Durham, NC

Mephis, TN

Decatur, GA

Lake Forest, IL

Kaitlyn Busch

Sarah Butchko

Paige Caldwell

Chloe Calzolano

Durham, NC

Silver Spring, MD

Lemoyne, PA

Lindenhurst, IL

Nick Cambria

Kate Carlson

Ben Carlson-Peters

Alex Carman

Cumming, GA

Charlotte, NC

Bethesda, MD

Duluth, GA

Daniel Carter

Casey Cate

Berit Cederlund

Claire Chapman

Denver, NC

Denver, NC

Hingham, MA

Centennial, CO

Toffy Chen

Henry Chesley-Vogels

Shenzhen, China

Denver, CO

Zuber Chawla Chandigarh, India

Payton Cheedle Greenwood Vlg, CO

class of 2025

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class of 2025 Fana Cisse

Lucy Clayton

Eamonn Choukrane

Jeremy Christensen

Eva Christopher

Brooklyn, NY

Falls Church, VA

Nashville, TN

Zoë Clements

Jessie Cline

Gunnar Clingman

Audrey Cobb

Atlanta, GA

Annapolis, MD

Pennington, NJ

Charlotte, NC

Fairfield, CT

Jack Cotrone

Honeydew, South Africa

Warrington, PA

Riley Cochrane

Lauren Collver

William Conley

Jack Cook

Mae Corley

Christiansburg, VA

Lexington, KY

Columbia, SC

Bellevue, WA

Glen Ridge, NJ

Juliana Covino

Caroline Cox

Blake Craig

Tate Crawford

Gianna Crawford

Doylestown, PA

Charlotte, NC

Columbia, SC

Henrico, VA

Maddie Creed

Amanda Creek

Wrigley Crews

Garrett Crockett

Mount Airy, NC

San Diego, CA

Louisville, KY

Hope Mills, NC

07 class of 2025

Manahawkin, NJ

Will Crosby Lutherville-Timonium, MD


“Plan ahead but do not forget to live in the moment. Davidson sets you up nicely for the future, but it also allows you to enjoy the present and create lasting memories.” — Einstein Nhara ’24

Connor Cross

Teagan Crye

Samone Cullum

Jennevieve Culver

Concord, MA

Norcross, GA

Charlotte, NC

New York, NY

Yazeed Dahleh

Kyra Dalbo

Amaya Daniel

Nam Dao

Isabella Darce

Cambridge, MA

Cary, NC

Silver Spring, MD

Hanoi, Vietnam

Summerville, SC

Esther Daugs

Kayleigh Davies

Peyton Davis

Will Davis

Seattle, WA

Aberdare, Great Britain

Delafield, WI

Jacksonville, FL

Macy Curtis Hanover, NH

Jayla Davis Memphis, TN

Izzy Decker

Isa DeGuzman

Zoey Delaney

Alessandro Demoreno

Jack Deng

La Grange, IL

Durham, NC

Confluence, PA

La Jolla, CA

Wuxi, China

Annie Didden

Sarah Dilworth

Aidan Dimitriou

Riley Dodd

Henry Dolan

Shepherdstown, WV

Wilmington, DE

Northville, MI

Fort Collins, CO

Richmond, VA

class of 2025

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class of 2025 Addy Donaldson

Lia Dougherty

Sofia Doune-Bosch

Dean Dowling

Sydney Duffy

Matthews, NC

Kennett Square, PA

Mar del Plata, Argentina

Austin, TX

Fredericksburg, VA

Quinn Dunlap

Ronasia Duprat

Cate DuPuy

Luke Durkin

Clyde Dwyer

Perrysburg, OH

Naples, FL

Charlotte, NC

San Diego, CA

Brooklyn, NY

Isabelle Easter

Frank Edong’a

Kenny Eheman

Charlie Elliott

Spencer Englert

Cockeysville, MD

Turkana, Kenya

Raleigh, NC

Duxbury, MA

White Plains, NY

Patrick Finnerty

Bella Eyer

Hannah Fay

Mikey Ficher

Ben Files

Brawley, CA

Hudson Oaks, TX

Tulare, CA

Bethesda, MD

Durham, CT

Isaac Fix

Mackenzie Flakus

Lexi Fletcher

Chris Ford

Mike Foreman

Vinton, VA

Jacksonville, FL

Warren, NJ

Charlotte, NC

09 class of 2025

Ethel, LA


“Try to live a balanced life of work and fun; don’t let it just be about the work. Most of all, remember to be your best; it’s all anyone can expect from you. If you’re doing that, you’re doing well.” — Emma Melton ’24

Gillian Freeze

Katie Forrester

Noah Frack

Elliott Frankel

Jack Franklin

Charleston, SC

Topton, PA

Germantown, TN

Augusta, GA

Valdese, NC

Alex French

Jacob Friend

William Fry

Josh Furman

Philo Gabra

Winston Salem, NC

Arlington, VA

Lexington, KY

Edina, MN

Cairo, Egypt

ME Gabrielle

Chelsea Gaesser

Gabe Gallagher

Augie Gallun

Pompano Beach, FL

Louisville, KY

Grand Junction, CO

Evanston, IL

West Chester, PA

Austin Garner

Lucas George

Ruby Gerken

Arielle Germeus

Jordan Giries

Clemmons, NC

Williamsport, MD

Asheville, NC

Miami, FL

Allen, TX

Aleia Gisolfi-McCready

Kate Goldenberg

Ahtziri Gonsalez

Nick Graham

Jade Granda

Lexington, MA

Staunton, VA

Phoenix, AZ

Andrews, NC

Kavi Gandhi

Waukegan, IL

class of 2025

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class of 2025 Alex Graniel

Rani Greer

Selden Griffen

Harrison Grooms

Alice Guth

Eden, NC

Pontotoc, MS

Berlin, CT

Gainesville, FL

Greenville, NC

Sammi Gutknecht

Anna Gwyn

Claire Haile

Mallorie Haines

Sabetha, KS

Colfax, NC

Summerfield, NC

Sherrills Ford, NC

London, United Kingdom

McLean Hamer

Tess Hamilton

Amelia Hammond

Walker Hansen

Hideki Harada Oyakawa

Atlanta, GA

Lincoln, MA

Middletown, DE

Blacksburg, VA

Kaiden Harding

Nash Hardy

Grant Harkins

Michaela Hauber

Lake Oswego, OR

Wilmington, NC

Kansas City, MO

Vienna, VA

Wuhan, China

Shea Heckman

Lucy Helene

Mary Herdelin

Izzy Hernandez

Caroline Hiers

Watkinsville, GA

Cheshire, CT

Haddonfield, NJ

Eden, NC

11 class of 2025

Georgia Hall

Lima, Peru

Shiyi He

Thomasville, GA


“Definitely get yourself out there: meet new friends, branch out, be authentic to yourself. If there is any time in life to do so, now is the time – you must seize this moment.” — Alice Garner ’24

Miles Hilger LeDonne von Unwerth

Minor Hinson

Jalyssa Hobbs

Michael Hodgson

Leigha Hofmann

Charlotte, NC

Clinton, NC

Harare, Zimbabwe

Durham, NC

Sahil Hogarty

Will Holden-Wingate

Raven Holmes

Sophia Holmes

Goldsboro, NC

Mill Valley, CA

New Orleans, LA

Schenectady, NY

Emily Howell

Claire Howell

Yang Hu

Anna Hugo

Lexington, KY

Atlanta, GA

Shanghai, China

Amagansett, NY

Reading, VT

Anna Insana

Grace Isernia

Anna Jacobs

Nick Jako

Englewood Cliffs, NJ

Latham, NY

Newton Hlds, MA

Yorba Linda, CA

Abby Jean-Baptiste

Avery Jericho

Troy Johnson

Kayla Johnson

Fitchburg, MA

Lithia, FL

Corp Christi, TX

Brooklyn, NY

Taylor Hopkin Flower Mound, TX

Abby Hulka Hillsborough, NC

Elsah James Sandy Springs, GA

Lars Johnson Stony Brook, NY

class of 2025

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class of 2025 Elliott Jones

Raine Jones

Andrew Jones

Hilton Head, SC

Nashville, TN

Miami, FL

Mills Jordan Charleston, SC

Claire Kelly

Brillon Joseph

Damian Juth

Michael Katsock

Roseau, Dominica

Bernardsville, NJ

Washington, DC

Will Kercher

Naomi Kessinger

Saahil Khemka

Charlotte, NC

Kentfield, CA

Kolkata, India

Albemarle, NC

Darryn Kindles

Piedmont, SC

Jeremy Kemp

Clarks Green, PA

United Kingdom

David Kilde

Ondessa Kiliru-Liontree

Connie Kim

Eliott Kim

Dongha Kim

Moraga, CA

Princeton, NJ

Hwaseong-Si, South Korea

Burleson, TX

Ava Kleckner

Kayla Klurman

Carter Kniple

Erik Knoll

West Chester, PA

Cutler Bay, FL

Davidson, NC

13 class of 2025

Cullen Jorgensen

Waco, TX

Black Mountain, NC

Emma Kitchin Newland, NC

Flora Konz Asheville, NC


“Embrace the change and soon Davidson will be your new home. Always work hard and have fun. Class of ‘24 is here to support you!” — Maeve Corcoran ’24

Dawson Kosmas

Odysseas Koufos

Monty Krakovitz

Matt Krasuski

Lexington, VA

Thessaloniki, Greece

Park City, UT

Chapel Hill, NC

Zhuhai Shi, China

Josie Lambert

Noah Landau

Henry Lark

Mika Latifov

Evanston, IL

Round Lake, IL

Concord, NC

Bradenton, FL

Simon Lau

Adam Lauer

Patrick Leary

Bianca Lee

Owen Lekki

Pittsburgh, PA

Atlanta, GA

Lauderhill, FL

Moraga, CA

Sierra Leo

Giles Lewis

Mingyang Li

Houston, TX

Colorado Springs, CO

Guangzhou Shi, China

West Windsor, NJ

Kassidy Liggins

Ephi Light

Davin Lim

Burlington, NC

Irvine, CA

Hanoi, Vietnam

Skylar Linker

Alexander Li

Dallas, TX

Russell Lai

Miami, FL

Kate Lemire New Hartford, NY

Fangyi Li Beijing, China

Henry Logan Watkinsville, GA

class of 2025

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class of 2025 Alexis Lopez

Ryan Loveday

Luca Lovrich

Sophia Ludt

Palmetto Bay, FL

Clifton, VA

Woodland Hills, CA

Berlin, MD

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Ethan Maddox

Shen Luo

Sky Luo

Trixie MacNeill

Kailliou Macon-Goudeau

Guangzhou, China

Dongguan, China

Chapel Hill, NC

Richmond, VA

Bailey Maierson

Aaron Maione

Juliette Manise

Houston, TX

Glenside, PA

Vienna, VA

Birmingham, Great Britain

Maddie Marquardt

Sophie Marro

Robby Marsh

Audrey Marshall

Coralville, IA

Victor, NY

Bentonville, AR

Del Rio, TX

Lucy Mason

Nick Masterman

Lauren Matlack

Cole Matthews

Arlington, VA

Villanova, PA

Fayetteville, NC

15 class of 2025

Saffron March

Falmouth, ME

Dagi Lulseged

Baltimore, MD

Amit Markos Ridgefield, CT

Jose Martinez Quiroz Siler City, NC

Elise McCarthy Bronxville, NY


“Know thyself to get to know the world and other people. Be yourself to embrace your community. We need ‘you’ to contribute to “us.’” — Petros Basakis ’24

Katie McCormack

Brigid McCarthy

Kaelyn McCarthy

Ben McClain

Manasquan, NJ

Portsmouth, RI

Kennesaw, GA

Sugar Hill, GA

Malik McDaniel

Caroline McGrath

Jake McGraw

Grace McGuire

Bartlett, TN

Bronxville, NY

Jacksonville, FL

Cabin John, MD

Ava McKinney

Krystyna McKinnis

Matthew McLaughlin

Sydney McLean

Richmond, VA

Pinehurst, NC

Broad Run, VA

Chapel Hill, NC

Izzie Meyers

Taw Meh

Genevieve Mellberg

Josh Merva

Winston Salem, NC

Bluffton, SC

Kimbolton, OH

McMurray, PA

Bennett Middendorf

Clara Middleton

Lillian Milano

Ben Miltko

Prospect, KY

Hightstown, NJ

Durham, NC

Orange, CA

Isabella McCormick Point Clear, AL

Victoria McGuirt Winston Salem, NC

Kelly McLoughlin Dublin, OH

Alex Meyers Richmond, VA

Steve Mirabello Washington, DC

class of 2025

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class of 2025 Michael Mitchum

Megan Mokriski

Jazlyn Moock

Greensboro, NC

Salisbury, CT

Wake Forest, NC

Clay Moore

Andrea Morales Correa

Issy Morgan

Jackson Morrice

Huntersville, NC

Houston, TX

Mosman, Australia

Honolulu, HI

West Hartford, CT

Ghadeer Muhammed

Jack Muldoon

Evie Mulhern

Mike Mung

Severna Park, MD

Alexandria, VA

Smyrna, TN

Edouard Nadra

Mounib, Egypt

Anna Newman

Maddie Moody Jacksonville, FL

Abby Nasse

Citlali Navarrete Falcon

Erik Negrete

Alexandria, VA

New York, NY

Dallas, TX

Raleigh, NC

Huy Nguyen

Trung Nguyen

Xuan Nguyen

Colter Nichols

Hanoi, Vietnam

Plano, TX

Charlotte, NC

Vietnam

17 class of 2025

Riley Moore Larchmont, NY

Eamon Moylan

Denver, NC

Andy Nguyen Hanoi, Vietnam

Sam Nini Allentown, NJ


“Keep work and study separate from relaxation or eating by not doing everything in your room. It will motivate you more than you realize.” — Awais Abid ’24

Ray Nishimura

Luna Noguchi

Olivia Norten

James Novak

Kate O’Brien

Kyoto-Shi, Japan

Rutherford, NJ

Pittsford, NY

Cranbury, NJ

McLean, VA

Precious Okoro

Cooper Oljeski

Phoebe Olszowka

Stef Ortiz

Lyman Ott

Bahama, NC

Oak Park, IL

Park City, IL

Columbia, SC

Bradley Passarella

Miami Gardens, FL

Seth Pace Zurich, Switzerland

Paige Pakenas

Chris Palmer

Jo Papadopoulou

Middletown, MD

Manalapan, NJ

Viron, Greece

Charlottesville, VA

Juancho Pérez Góngora

Anaya Patel

Linden Patterson

Ben Peake

Roswell, GA

San Antonio, TX

Marietta, GA

Baltimore, MD

Puerto de la Cruz, Spain

Isa Perry

Hugh Perry

Blake Peterson

Tate Peterson

LJ Phillips

Raleigh, NC

Olathe, KS

Phoenix, AZ

Kavya Patel

Fort Myers, FL

Dover, DE

class of 2025

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class of 2025 Sophie Pinkston Laurinburg, NC

Isabelle Polgar Kingston, PA

Nico Pinzon

Kiara Pires

Emily Pivnichny

Oliver Poduschnick

Sunrise, FL

Cranston, RI

Souderton, PA

Middlebury, VT

Abby Pompeo

Dani Porges

Maddie Prather

Daniel Presa

Apex, NC

Plantation, FL

Memphis, TN

Carlsbad, CA

Alex Price

Austin Pronk

Dylan Prosser

Sebastian Provencio

Tyler Puleo

Charlotte, NC

Waxhaw, NC

Wake Forest, NC

Charlottesville, VA

Hartland, WI

Arush Puri

Eli Putnam

Luis Quintero

Rand Raju

Malik Ramadanovic

Mussoorie, India

Cabin John, MD

Baltimore, MD

Madison, MS

Durham, NC

Italy Ramos

Tyler Ramsey

Ilana Rapaport

Julian Rawlins

San Antonio, TX

Muntinlupa, Philippines

Longmeadow, MA

Huntersville, NC

19 class of 2025

Bilal Razzak Pikesville, MD


“Try each day to do something outside your comfort zone.” — Emily Paton ’24

Julia Rembisz

Abby Reardon

Jordan Reed

Grant Reeder

Landon Reeves

Columbia, MO

State College, PA

Nolensville, TN

Overland Park, KS

Rzeszow, Poland

Adriana Risi

Daniel Reyes

Cate Rhodes

Ellie Rice

Ainsley Richardson

Clarksville, MD

Dallas, TX

Schwenksville, PA

Hickory, NC

Hale Robinson

La’Nisha Rodgers

Tom Roff

Mallie Roley

Honolulu, HI

Houston, TX

Houston, TX

Greensboro, NC

Peachtree City, GA

Chantilly, VA

Braxton Roop

Amelia Roselli

Liv Rubano

Abi Ruby

Kara Rumage

Natalie Russell

Lawrenceville, NJ

Chester, NJ

Ellicott City, MD

Rockaway Beach, OR

Durham, NC

Elham Said

Valeria Salgado

Gaby Sanclimenti

Brett Sanderlin

Giza, Egypt

Houston, TX

Doylestown, PA

Chesapeake, VA

Bella Santos Valley Stream, NY

class of 2025

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class of 2025 Max Sarosi

Bailey Scarlett

Tim Schietroma

Isabel Schmidt

Eric Schoellner

Mill Valley, CA

Raleigh, NC

Florham Park, NJ

Weaverville, NC

Hickory, NC

Eva Schooler

Jacob Schorsch

Sam Schorsch

Andrew Schou

Jackson Schulz

Fayetteville, NY

Bronx, NY

Seattle, WA

Tucson, AZ

Lilburn, GA

Joanna Schwartz

Nina Seijn

Grace Semrau

Danny Seo

Reina Sevintuna

Lincoln, MA

Greensboro, NC

Mt Pleasant, WI

Yongin-si, South Korea

Tenafly, NJ

Max Shackelford

Bimal Shahi

Jay Shanahan

Callan Shanahan

Saskia Sheinkman

Memphis, TN

Kathmandu, Nepal

Cary, NC

Lake Forest, IL

New York, NY

Lacy Sheppard

Zach Sheppard

Lucy Shuker

Mahrle Siddall

Charlie Siebert

Nashville, TN

Ridgeland, MS

Smyrna, GA

Glen Arbor, MI

21 class of 2025

Wilmette, IL


“Do not stress about work too much, if the difference between a B and A is your mental health it is not worth it in the long run. Take care of yourself.” — Elias Henderson ’24

Valentina Silardi

Uddayvir Singh

Paul Skok

Miriam Smith

Topanga, CA

Chandigarh, India

Englewood, CO

Hendersonvlle, NC

Parker Smith Jackson, W Y

Emily Smith

Jayden Smith

Ally Smith

Maddux Smith

Samantha Smith

Arlington, VA

N. Chesterfield, VA

Cornelius, NC

Burlington, NC

Summerville, SC

Rachel Sobolevitch

Amelia Solum

Meghan Sood

David Sowinski

Mary Gray Speakman

Dallas, TX

Chapel Hill, NC

Pearland, TX

Chicago, IL

Winston Salem, NC

Bill Stanton

Flora Stanzak

Nate Stephenson

Ellie Stevens

Milton, DE

Chatham, NJ

Waynesburg, PA

Cary, NC

Nathan Stewart

Haley Stock

Cooper Strauss

Victoria Stutto

Breanna Suarez

Winston Salem, NC

Long Branch, NJ

Chelsea, MA

Palmetto Bay, FL

Auburn, AL

Piper Suffolk Atlanta, GA

class of 2025

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class of 2025 Amy Tedeschi

Katy Talotta

Ben Talpey

Arlington, VA

Falmouth, ME

Concord, MA

Reagan Terrell

Kala Thapa

Styrmir Thrastarson

Foster Thomas

Chantilly, VA

Russia

Charlotte, NC

Soren Timura

Andrew Tinaz

Oliver Tipton

Kennie Torres Rosado

Arlington, VA

Bohemia, NY

Branchville, NJ

Charlotte, NC

Cary, NC

Carolyn Thompson Hoover, AL

John David Tessmann Lookout Mountain, TN

Maggie Tillquist Georgetown, IN

Anthony Toumazatos Merrick, NY

Hien Tran

Arielle Trovato

Abby True

Sai Tummala

Hanoi, Vietnam

Cornelius, NC

Camp Hill, PA

Tucker, GA

Fair Haven, NJ

Taitem Turbyfill

Marie Ueda

Gabby Valencia

Sam Valiant

Winter Park, FL

Purchase, NY

Afton, IA

Annica Valmassei

23 class of 2025

Edmond, OK

Abby Tuorto

Lake Lotawana, MO


“Don’t compare your experience to anyone else, the first year of college is hard for everyone so take care of yourself and don’t worry about what everyone else is doing.” — Heather Mansell ’24

Davis Varnado

Sam Valor

Niels van Duijnhoven

Ramona Vargas

Monticello, MN

Chevy Chase, MD

Mundelein, IL

Mt. Pleasant, SC

Benjamin Votaw

Josh Viarengo

Owen Vietmeier

Thomas Vincent

West Chester, PA

Pennsburg, PA

Midlothian, VA

Campbell Walker

Megan Walsh

Kenneth Wang

Dallas, TX

Allen, TX

Cary, NC

Virginia Beach, VA

James Weaver

Lizbeth Velasco Paterson, NJ

Ben Wagner

Greensboro, NC

Wellesley Hills, MA

Guil Ware

Seth Warner

Grant Warner

Des Watson

Maxwell Weaver

Manchester, MD

Galena, OH

Moraga, CA

Redding, CA

Jackson Wells

Charlotte Welsby

Kellyn West

Griffin Whalen

Plano, TX

Chapel Hill, NC

St Petersburg, FL

Raleigh, NC

Park City, UT

Matt Weber Sterling, VA

Charlotte Whelchel Decatur, GA

class of 2025

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class of 2025 Alice Whisnant

Wiley White

Kaylie Williamson

Stokes Willingham

Charlotte, NC

Washington, DC

Wake Forest, NC

Atlanta, GA

Anna Catherine Wilson

Gabriel Wilson

Rodney Wimbush

Ella Winslow

Spencer Wolff

Chapel Hill, NC

Greenville, SC

McDonough, GA

Hillsborough, NC

Mamaroneck, NY

Sarah Willoughby Greensboro, NC

Kenan Wood

JD Woodall

Bella Worthington

Christina Wray

Marshall, NC

Lexington, KY

Reading, Great Britain

Chevy Chase, MD

Shanghai, China

John Zafeiropoulos

Justin Xu

Yunfei Xu

Abby Yokoyama

Delaney Younger

Guangzhou Shi, China

Suzhou, China

Silver Spring, MD

Newport News, VA

Shelby Zeilender

Allen Zhang

Keya Zhou

William Zhu

Asheville, NC

Beijing, China

Changsha, China

Chapel Hill, NC

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Ryan Wu

Filothei, Greece

Ann Zhu Beijing, China


Luke Zimmerman New York, NY

TRANSFER STUDENTS

Lyla Barrett Seattle, WA

Lindy Morgan Clayton, NC

Olsen Budanur

Kiley Love

Foster Loyer

Abby Matthews

Vienna, VA

Statesville, NC

Clarkston, MI

Charlotte, NC

Tyler Rigot

Adam Saacke

Lillian Sirover

Elle Sutphin

Weddington, NC

Lexington, VA

Haddonfield, NJ

Pilot Mountain, NC

ONE YEAR INTERNATIONAL TRANSFER STUDENTS

Kseniia Ivanovna Koroleva Russia

Clara Pham

Vietnam, Hong Kong

Johannes Rumphorst Germany

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NEW STUDENT STATS NC 114 VA 35 NJ 28 TX 28 GA 27 FL 26 NY 26 MD 24 PA 24 CA 20 IL 16 MA 15 China 16 Vietnam 6 India 5 Egypt 3 Great Britain 3 Greece 3 South Korea 2 Argentina 1 Australia 1

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SC TN CO CT KY DE OH WA WI AL AZ KS

12 12 8 7 7 5 4 4 4 3 3 3

LA 3 MO 3 MS 3 HI 2 ID 2 IN 2 IA 2 ME 2 MI 2 MN 2 OR 2 RI 2

Dominica 1 Ecuador 1 Ethiopia 1 Iceland 1 Japan 1 Kenya 1 Nepal 1 Pakistan 1 Peru 1

UT 2 VT 2 AR 1 NV 1 NH 1 NM 1 OK 1 WV 1 WY 1 Philippines 1 Philippines 1 Poland 1 Singapore 1 South Africa 1 Spain 1 Switzerland 1 United Kingdom 1 Zimbabwe 1


ADMINISTRATION

Beth Bleil Director of Academic Access and Disability

Angie Dewberry Registrar

Chris Gruber Vice President and Dean of Admission & Financial Aid

Sarah Buchanan Associate Dean of Students

Andrea Domingue Assistant Dean of Students for Diversity and Inclusion

Angela Harris Assistant Dean of Students

Carol Quillen

Chris Clunie

Julian Coaxum

President

Director of Athletics

Director of Public Safety and Chief of Campus Police

Lisa Forrest Director of Library

Mike Goode

David Graham

Director of College Union and Student Activities

Director of Student Health and Well-Being

Sandy Helfgott

Philip Jefferson

Fuji Lozada

Director of Physical Education, Recreation and Wellness

Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty

Associate Dean of Faculty

Byron McCrae

Stacey Riemer

Jason Shaffer

Rob Spach

Associate Dean of Students and Director of the Center for Civic Engagement

Associate Dean of Students

Walter Snipes

Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students

Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Residence Life

College Chaplain

Chad Spencer

Jamie Stamey

Pinky Varghese

Senior Associate Dean of Admission & Financial Aid

Executive Director of Career Development

Director of Dining Services

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AREA COORDINATORS

Hannah Gilbert

Sophomore Programming & Area Coordinator Duke, Chidsey, Little and Sentelle Halls

Christopher Ndiritu

First-Year Programming & Area Coordinator Belk Hall

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Crystal Harris

Area Coordinator - Irwin, Akers, Knox, Sustainability Co-op and Martin Court

Sarah Taylor

Assistant Director for Selection & Training Cannon, Watts and Richardson Halls


Shawn An

Ramsey Chaaban

Rojina Kheimehdooz

Natnael Mulat

Elizabeth Bailey

Oguzhan Çölkesen

Nora Klein

Laila Robinson

Sam Bonge

Alison Dil

MaKenzie Leonard

Bernice Saladin

Elijah Burrell

Rayed Hamid

Trey Messer

Quincy Weary

BELK HALL

COUNSELORS


Caro Djakuduel

Cameo Blankenship

Era Mero

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Abby Tutterow


Sarah Brown

Alines Lebron

Einstein Nhara

Maliyah Paynter

Aury Mike Remezo

Joseph Santi-Unger

Sam Uwoghiren

Kevin Garcia-Galindo

Kaitlyn Lazorchak

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Kobi Iheoma

Nasir Jean-Paul

Jordan Burrell

Emory Bouffard


re sidenc e ha ll amenitie s LAUNDRY

Laundry machines are available in the Belk sub-basement, first Little, Watts basement, first Cannon, first Sentelle, first West Duke, Richardson basement, Tomlinson basement, Ryburn basement and the Armfield Breezeway on the first floor. You are free to use any of these machines, not just the one located on your residence hall. Laundry machines are accessible 24–hours a day and are completely free. All laundry locations are visible on laundryview.com, which allows you to check the availability of machines at any time as well as how much time is left on each load. Just make sure to bring your own high-efficiency detergent to keep machines working as long as possible!

PAW PRINT

Printers are pretty important to have around, and luckily, Davidson has several! You can find printers in the Union, Library, several residence halls, and various other locations around campus. For steps on how to connect to the printers and a list of all locations, go to ti.davidson.edu and search for “About Paw Print.”

SNACKS

If you’re in your room and find yourself in immediate need of a snack, look no further than your nearest vending machine! You can use your Dining Dollars and declining balance on all vending machines on campus. Some of the vending machines are right in your residence halls; you can find them in the basements of Watts, Belk, and Richardson.

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STUDENT RESOURCES


LULA BELL’S

Lula Bell Houston, a 63–year employee of Davidson College, woke up early in the morning everyday to get ready for her day at Davidson. Washing clothes and ironing sheets, Houston’s impact on Davidson expanded past the laundry building. Focusing on the people around her, Houston was known to give expert advice to students during their four years and extend a warm helping hand whenever it was needed. She made Davidson feel like home for many students and her legacy lives on in “Lula Bell’s.”

AVAILABLE RESOURCES

◊ Food — Perishable and non-perishable goods are available for students to pick up once per week. ◊ Professional Clothing — Students may borrow items for interviews and career-related activities. ◊ Winter Clothing — Jackets, gloves and hats will be available during the cooler months. ◊ Textbooks — Students may borrow textbooks or pick up basic school supplies. ◊ Personal Hygiene — Lula Bell’s provides tooth paste, shampoo, feminine hygiene products and related items. Lula Bell Houston

Every student receives a weekly meal swipe to use at Lula Bell’s for food, hygiene products, or anything else Lula Bell’s provides.

PROGRAMMING

The resource center aims to meet the needs of all students, and programming will focus on topics relevant to a college student — now and into the future. Lula Bell’s hosts financial awareness and literacy sessions, job preparation seminars, conversations about systemic social issues, stress-releasing activities and life skills. To find out when these events are hosted, you can check the weekly Campus Crier email or email Lula Bell’s directly: lulabells@davidson.edu. Lula Bell’s

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The Health Center (704-894-2300) Weekdays Clinic hours by appointment only 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. After Hours Weekdays, 5:30 p.m. – 7:45 a.m. & Saturday/Sunday, press 1 to speak to an on call nurse

HEALTH SERVICES

COUNSELING SERVICES

In addition to regular wellness checkups and sick visits, the Center for Student Health and Well-Being provides or refers to nearby facilities for the following services:

The Counseling Center is a free and confidential resource available to all en enrolled Davidson College Students. The Counseling Center is open from 8:30 a.m – 5 p.m Monday – Friday.

◊ Nutrition Counseling — A registered

◊ Individual Counseling — Your first cont

dietitian provides nutrition counseling by appointment.

contact with a counselor at the center will typically be a screening interview (assessment) in which you and the counselor make decisions about the type of help that would best meet your needs. Most often, you will be encouraged to pursue short-term individual counseling with the counselor you are meeting with. Individual counseling helps you to clarify your concerns, gain insight into yourself and others, and learn ways to most effectively cope and/or resolve problems.

◊ Vaccines — Most required vaccines as

well as flu vaccines are available at the Center for Student Health and Well-Being. The charge for vaccines is applied to the student’s account. If you have school insurance, there will be no charge.

◊ Free, Confidential STI & HIV Testing — Be aware of your STI and HIV status. Free testing is available every month in different locations around

◊ Contraception — The Health Center

offers students access to various forms of contraception. You can get free condoms in the waiting room, a prescription for the pill, or other birth control options and access to emergency contraception, like Plan B. There is also a sexual wellness machine located outside the Union gym (known as “Wellness Wendy”) where you can buy Plan B, condoms, pregnancy tests, Advil, menstrual products, and more for great prices, 24/7! First-year hall counselors also typically keep condoms stashed in your floor’s bathroom.

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◊ Group Counseling/Support Groups — At times, there are special opportunities for ◊

Davidson students to participate in group counseling. This could be in lieu of or in support of individual counseling. Groups generally include 5–8 students who meet for weekly discussions, led and facilitated by a counselor from the Center for Student Health and Well-being. Groups are formed based on both the expert expertise of staff members and the current needs of students.

To make a counseling appointment, call the office at 704-894-2300. You can also email studentcounseling@davidson.edu.


IMPORTANT CONTACTS These numbers/contacts are good to keep handy or in your phone, for anything you might need.

Campus Police 704-894-2178 or 911 Dean of Students Office 704-894-2225

Chaplain’s Office 704-894-2423 Carly Dix 704-894-2591

Title IX Coordinator and Section 504 Coordinator

Town of Davidson Police Department 704-892-5131

HEALTH ADVISORS

The Davidson community includes a group student volunteers called health advisers. Peer health advisers lead campus wide-health programming and act as mentors both on and off-campus. Here’s a list of this year’s advisers ­– reach out to their Davidson emails with any questions or just to see what they do on campus.

Kami Beardsley ’22 Trinity Davis ’22 Bri Foster ’22 Thomas Baker ’23 Elizabeth Brubaker ’23 Gianna Colombo ’23 Cathy Diop ’23 Alex Donatelli ’23 Natalie Hall ’23 Kade McCulloch ’23 Sarah Baker ’24

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OTHER IMPORTANT RESOURCES LGBTQIA+ RESOURCES

(DIS)ABILITY RESOURCES

LAVENDER LOUNGE The LGBTQIA+ Lounge, affectionately known on campus as the Lavender Lounge, is located in Belk Residence Hall. The lounge is open to LGBTQIA+ students and their allies. The Lavender Lounge contains about 300 books, films, documentaries, TV shows, and educational materials from advocacy organizations. The space is open to the community 24 hours a day and is staffed by students weekday afternoons.

Davidson College is committed to creating a welcoming environment for students with disabilities, academic or otherwise. Students with disabilities have the right to request academic and non-academic accommodations ensuring equal access to courses, course content, programs, services, and facilities. Contact Beth Bleil, Director of Academic Access and Disability, at bebleil@ davidson.edu or 704-894-2129 for support.

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS Three student-run, LGBTQIA+ organizations exist on campus. Y.A.N.A.S.H. (You Are Not A Stranger Here) is a completely confidential student group created by students for any and every Davidson College student to seek queer community without the pressures and fears of coming out. Queers and Allies (Q&A) is the largest and oldest student organization at Davidson College with the fundamental aim of building community for and awareness of the LGBTQIA+ community on campus. Through various monthly and annual events, Q&A advocates for increasing awareness and celebrating the diversity of the LGBTQIA+ population at Davidson College in all aspects of campus life. The Queer Mentorship Program pairs incoming first year students with queer sophomore, junior, or senior Davidson College students. The program recognizes that the transition to college is a hard time, especially so for queer and/or questioning first year students.

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BIAS INCIDENT AND HATE CRIME REPORTING Davidson College is an institution of higher learning and is committed to providing a safe and inclusive environment for all members of the community. Students, faculty, and staff all play a vital role in creating living and learning spaces that are free from bias, harassment, intimidation, and hate. If you have been the target of a bias incident (or have witnessed a bias incident) please complete the form available on the Davidson’s Bias Education and Hate Crime website. The Dean of Students Office and the Center for Diversity & Inclusion work collaboratively to offer direct services and resources to support impacted student(s) and communities, provide leadership in a division response and collaborate with institutional partners during campus-wide bias incidents and/or hate crimes.


DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION RESOURCES

SEXUAL MISCONDUCT RESOURCES

PEER SUPPORT Students Together Reaching for Individual Development and Education (STRIDE) is a program that provides direct support to first year and transfer students of color so that they can not only successfully complete their first academic year of college but ultimately thrive towards successful graduation from Davidson College and beyond. Through inclusive dialogues, events, and relationship building with Davidson students, staff and faculty, this program attempts to minimize institutional challenges students of color may have at a predominantly white college. STRIDE is historically beneficial to students of color who may also identify as first-generation and/or hold undocumented immigration status.

Sexual misconduct encompasses a broad range of behavior, from harassing statements to criminal sexual assault. It includes non-consensual sexual penetration, non-consensual sexual contact, sexual exploitation, and sexual harassment.

UNDOCUMENTED & DACA STUDENT RESOURCES STRIDE offers support for undocumented students and students enrolled in DACA. The Center for Diversity and Inclusion also hosts community dinners for undocuments students to facilitate communication and connections with campus and local resources. Upon request, undocumented/DACA admitted students may also be put in contact with current undocumented/DACA students. More resources can be found at the Center for Diversity and Inclusion’s website. COMMUNITY SPACES The Multicultural Center in the Union and the Black Student Coalition (BSC) House are great safe spaces. PASA (Pan-Asian Student Association) has a space on the top floor of the Alvarez College Union.

Consent is the affirmative, unambiguous, and voluntary agreement to engage in a specific sexual activity during a sexual encounter. Consent can be communicated by either explicit verbal consent or overt action clearly expressing consent. Such signals of consent must be mutual and ongoing, as well as offered freely and knowingly. It is not possible for a person to give consent if incapacitated by drugs, alcohol, or other physical or mental impairment; or if they have been threatened or coerced into giving their consent; or if the person is under the age of 16. More detailed information can be found in the college’s Code of Responsibility, under “Policy and Procedures for Student Sexual Misconduct.” Any student who has been the target of sexual misconduct, stalking, or relationship abuse or violence has the option to file a report to campus police or local law enforcement, to initiate Davidson’s internal complaint procedure, to do both, or to do neither. In any case, students are encouraged to file a report, and they are encouraged to make use of the resources included here.

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SPIRITUAL LIFE

There are 17 student–led religious and spiritual organizations open to all students. These groups share fellowship and practice rooted in Buddhist, Catholic, Episcopalian, interfaith Jewish, Latter-Day Saint, Muslim, Orthodox, Protestant, and secular/spiritual traditions. CAMPUS SPACES ◊ The Oasis — A peaceful space on the top floor of the College Union that is open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. everyday for meditation, prayer, and reflection. You are welcome to drop by anytime if you want to find quiet and solitude. ◊ The Chaplains’ Office — A safe space for spiritual growth, social action, and interfaith engagement. The office has chaplains from four different traditions (Buddhist, Catholic, Jewish, and Presbyterian) who engage with students from any religious or secular background. The office also offers spiritual exploration travel grants, faith-based internships, and regular fall/spring break trips.

ON-CAMPUS WORSHIP & MEDITATION DAVIDSON DHARMA (BUDDHIST) Wednesdays, 7 p.m. in the Oasis CATHOLIC MASS Sundays at 4:30 p.m. in the Lingle Chapel. Wednesdays, 7 a.m. in the Oasis WEEKLY COLLEGE WORSHIP (CHRISTIAN ECUMENICAL) Wednesdays, 5 p.m. in the Oasis EPISCOPAL EUCHARIST Sundays, 4:30 p.m. in the Oasis THURSDAY NIGHT CONTEMPORARY PRAISE AND WORSHIP (CHRISTIAN ECUMENICAL) 10 p.m., sanctuary of the Davidson College Presbyterian Church

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SHABBAT DINNERS (JEWISH) Twice a month on Friday evenings JUMAH PRAYER (MUSLIM) Fridays in the Oasis. An ablution room is adjacent to the Oasis. MINDFULNESS MEDITATION (NON-RELIGIOUS) Tuesdays, 4:30 p.m. in the Oasis


THE CENTER FOR CIVIC ENGAGEMENT CIVIC ENGAGEMENT COUNCIL (CEC)

Civic Engagement Council (CEC) is a group of student leaders working to inspire and communicate civic engagement efforts through direct service, advocacy, and community involvement. The CEC acts as an umbrella organization for service or social action groups. Talk to these groups at the Community Involvement Fair.

GRANT PROGRAMS

The Center provides grants and seed funding to support service and social action throughout the United States and abroad. Visit the Center to find out more!

SERVICE SATURDAYS

Service Saturdays is a local community service experience organized on one Saturday each month. A group of ten to twelve students work together on a service project while learning about a local nonprofit organization. Each trip is led by a student leader and focuses on a different social issue. Registration concludes the Wednesday before each trip.

SUMMER FELLOWSHIPS

If you are interested in being involved with a local nonprofit, organization, or with education initiatives, visit the Center for Civic Engagement office to find out more about their summer fellowships.

The Center for Civic Engagement has programs and events that range from introductory service experiences, immersive summer internship programs, community-based learning courses, and leadership experiences. You can find it on the uppermost floor of the Alvarez College Union. center for civic engagement

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APPOINTMENTS

HANDSHAKE

All incoming students have access to Handshake, an online career management system, through single sign-on. Activate and personalize your account as soon as possible in your first semester in order to receive notifications about events, programs and information on job shadowing, interning, and fellowship and research opportunities. The Career Center has its own tab on Handshake for making appointments and registering for events.

You can make appointments to visit the Matthews Center for Career Development for a variety of reasons and explore many subjects: ◊ Business & Finance ◊ Exploratory & General. Review your resume, create your resume, explore general career paths, or anything else you might think of ◊ Arts, Entertainment, or Technology ◊ Fellowships & Scholarships. Discuss external fellowship scholarship opportunities, timelines, and application deadlines. ◊ Science & Pre-Professional (Health) ◊ Education, Government, Public & Human Services, or Prelaw Advising You can always just walk into the Matthews Center and make a walk-in appointment with an available advisor.

No matter your major, upon graduation from Davidson, you will enter a world of possibilities. You’ll leave here equipped with a deep appreciation for learning, the ability to solve problems creatively, the confidence to meet challenges head-on and the desire to contribute to your community, both local and global. The Career Center is here to help you during your years at Davidson and can be found in the Student Union.

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ONLINE RESOURCES

WILDCATSYNC is the central location for you to connect to leadership, service, and social

opportunities at Davidson College. Every member of our campus has access to WildcatSync, and as a user, you can explore our 200+ clubs and organizations, check out what’s happening on campus and in the community, RSVP for events, complete forms and more!

MOODLE is a web-based learning management system (LMS). At Davidson, faculty use Moodle to disseminate course materials, encourage class discussion via forums, and collect student work through assignments and online quizzes. It is important to note that Davidson faculty are not required to use Moodle but choose to do so if they feel the tool will facilitate their learning goals. Some semesters, you might have four active Moodle courses; other semesters, you might not use Moodle at all.

BANNER SELF-SERVICE should be a go-to for all Davidson students. If you are a Davi-

son employee, you can manage your hours, pay stubs, and jobs here. Under the “Student” tab you can access Add/Drop during the Add/Drop periods, check your transcripts, find out which books you’ll need for classes, select your housing, and search the class schedule. The “Degreeworks” section is particularly useful for seeing which class requirements you have fulfilled and what you will need to graduate. The “What If” tab in Degreeworks allows you to map out potential majors and minors, to plan which classes to take.

ACADEMIC RESOURCES


where to study if ...

WALL

You need a white board and are thinking about going pre-med. E. Craig Wall Jr. Academic Center should be your go to. One of the newest buildings on campus, nothing says science building like futuristic plant walls and a chlamy stuffed animal that floats around the building. If you can find a study room, take it immediately. The professors in Wall are some of the nicest on campus — you’ll often find bowls of snacks around the building.

You hate yourself but need to get your essay done. Let’s set the scene: it’s 11:30 p.m. and you have about half a draft of your essay done and it’s due at midnight. You need to go to Base Libs. The bottom of the library is silent, sometimes cold, sometimes hot, and the perfect place for the work grind. I don’t envy you, but it’ll help you get your work done, guaranteed.

THE HURT HUB

BASE LIBS

You’re an econ major or an athlete. We’re only mostly kidding — the Jay Hurt Hub is right next to Brickhouse near the railroad tracks. With a large open study room, plenty of whiteboards, group study rooms, and single study rooms — the Hurt Hub is perfect for any kind of studying you need. The Hurt Hub is also open to members of the public as a co-working space as well as some businesses. Some rooms are reserved for co-working members only, so be sure to check before you settle into a room.

You don’t want to get any work done. Located on Patterson Court, Summit Outpost (a.k.a. Nummit) is a great brunch spot and study spot, but if you really need to focus, it’s not your place. NUMMIT Be prepared for background conversations, people asking to share your table, and your friends to talk more than you might want them to. Be sure to get a scone to make taking a study break feel more productive. You hate people but like cozy nooks and crannies. In the Sloan Music Center you have you choice of two prime study locations. The Music Library is private and cozy, with plenty of seat cushions. An added bonus is you can check out any CD, DVD, or VHS available, they even have Beetlejuice! The basement of Sloan is a well-kept secret, so much so I can’t describe it to you studying because I’ve never been there. 45

SLOAN


Center for Teaching and Learning Communication Consultants Free peer consultations to develop speeches, presentations, interview skills, and more! Writing Center Free peer tutoring session to improve your writing at any stage, whether it’s a paper or anything else. Math, Science and Economics Center Assistance with research, data interpretation, presentations, lab reports, and building problem-solving skills. Multilingual Writing Davidson believes in a mainstreaming-plus-support model in which our multilingual, multi-dialectical, and native English-speaking students work together in all courses and are encouraged to seek writing support from professors, peer tutors and a multilingual student specialist.

E.H. Little Library

The E.H. Little Library is one of the most useful resources for tutoring/consulting, conducting research, or just finding a good book. The library staff is always happy to help students in any way they can. Here are a few ideas of how to best use the Library to your advantage: ◊ Create Digital Media & Scholarship The Digital Learning team can help you set up a Davidson Domain, teach you how to use almost any educational technology, or meet to brainstorm ideas about your next digital project. ◊ Start Your Research — The Davidson College Library Research Guide is the perfect place to start looking for sources for an upcoming paper or lab report. You can also book an appointment with a Research Librarian, who can help guide your project with specific resources and citation tactics. ◊ Check Out A Book — Library books are available to check out 24/7, whether it’s a book for pleasure or for academic purposes. The new contactless check out makes loaning books easy and and quick.

Data Cats Supports students, faculty, and staff in data analytics and statistics, at any stage of a research project, from translating ideas into data-focused questions, to collecting, organizing, analyzing, visualizing, and interpreting data. center for teaching & learning

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STUDENT LIFE


The Davidson Codes

Incoming Wildcats, he Honor Code serves as our collective value system, setting us apart from other colleges and universities across the country. Although it provides us with benefits such as unproctored exams and the ability to leave our belongings on campus, the Honor Code also upholds the overarching theme of communal trust. In the past year, all of us experienced the importance of trust throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and thanks to our collective safety, we were able to keep campus cases to a minimum. This year, we all have the same responsibility to continue strengthening our communal trust by abiding by college regulations, whether they pertain to our collective health or our academic integrity. As Davidson students, we contribute to the success or failure of the Honor Code. While it requires constant effort and attention, the code exists to benefit everyone, ensuring the fair treatment of all students regardless of their race, gender, sexual orientation, belief system, political affiliation, or other indicator. As incoming students, it is now your responsibility to assume our Honor Code and hold your fellow peers accountable to the same standards. The handbook outlines the code strictly in relation to lying, cheating, and stealing, but I encourage you all to expand the definition to other facets of your lives on campus and beyond. I am confident you all will thrive in this community and uphold the standards that make Davidson such a wonderful place to call home!

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Excited to see everything you all accomplish, Kat Soltany ’22 Honor Council Chair

The Honor Code

The Honor Code serves as one of the hallmarks of Davidson College for both academic and daily life. It’s the assurance that you will find your personal belongings where you left them and the privilege to take exams and reviews outside of class. Yet, the Honor Code is much more than a pledge that each of us signs at the beginning of our Davidson careers. It serves as a guiding and unifying force, establishing a community of trust and respect that is essential to the ethos of our college community. The Honor Council process is detailed and specific to each individual student who is reported to have violated the code, allowing each situation to be considered fairly and in its entirety. More information can be found in the Student Handbook.

The Code of Responsibility

Alongside the Honor Code, the Code of Responsibility addresses non-academic issues such as sexual misconduct, alcohol and drug abuse, to name a few. The Code of Responsibility can also be found in the Student Handbook.

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WHERE TO EAT VAIL COMMONS

Commons is the primary dining facility on campus and the only place in the world that has its very own appreciation anthem sung by NBA all-star Steph Curry (pro tip: watch “I Love Commons” on YouTube). Commons serves three meals a day seven days a week. Commons serves daily specials, customized salads, plant based foods, gluten-free dishes, and mouth watering desserts.

DAVIS CAFÉ

Located on the third floor of the Alvarez College Union, Davis Café offers a large variety of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night meal options for students, faculty, staff, and guests. It has fresh hand formed burgers, chicken sandwiches, pizza, and quesadillas. While some items must be ordered online and are prepared fresh, other items can be picked up as a grab-and-go option without placing an online order.

THE WILDCAT DEN

Waiting to go to the Wildcat Den could be one of the biggest mistakes of your Wildcat career. This often overlooked lunch spot serves the best sandwiches, soups, and salads. Located in Baker Sports Complex, the Den even has its own Instagram fan page: @wildcatdenhypeaccount

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NUMMIT

Located on Patterson Court, Summit Outpost, also known as Nummit, offers tea, coffee, and food every day of week. Nummit offers Sunday brunch and has scones, avocado toast, cashew butter toast, and more. Summit also offers late night food on weekends.

COMMONS MARKET

A newer addition to dining at Davidson, Commons Market is a go-to snack and meal stop. Located at the top of Vail Commons, students can purchase snacks, health and beauty aids, frozen desserts, ready to heat-and-eat meals, pre-made sandwiches, chicken sandwiches, and each evening, Domino’s pizza.

QDOBA

Through a partnership with Qdoba, Davidson College Dining Services staff will manage and operate a new dining location in the Stowe Tennis House, directly behind the Knobloch Campus Center. Students will be able to use meal plan Dining Dollars as well as credit cards/debit cards at the location for fresh, nutritious and made-to-order cuisine.


Coffee & More DAVIS CAFÉ

The Davis Café in the student Union offers Peet’s Coffee to sooth your coffee craving. Offered all day, buying a cup of coffee before your class is a great way to spend some dining dollars if you’re looking for a way to cash them in.

COMMONS

Though not often thought of as a location to attain quality coffee, Commons should not be overlooked! At Commons the coffee is unlimited with paid entrance, and you can choose from a variety of coffee drinks made by the Commons coffee machine.

THE GOOD DRIP

If you’re up for a mini-scavenger hunt and a bit of a climb, Good Drip Coffee is right next to the Wells Fargo and up a flight of stairs. The coffee cart is situated in the middle of a gallery that features local artists and is typically less crowded than Main Street Summit. Enjoy a quiet cup, a sweet pastry, and some beautiful art to ease your eyes!

THE SUMMITS

Whether you are a Main Street Summit fan or more of a Summit Outpost frequenter, both locations offer great, high-quality coffee. Though the more elaborate drinks can get pricey, you can receive a discount if you ask for a mug. Better yet, bring in your own refillable vessel and the regular coffee of the day will cost less than $2 a cup. Nummit also offers Bottomless Mugs for a special subscription price if you’re a frequent coffee drinker.

STARBUCKS

Though the Town of Davidson does not allow chain restaurants within town limits, if you’re a Starbucks aficionado, there is a Starbucks counter inside the Harris Teeter. It’s a 15-minute walk, but it’s available if you’re craving one of your favorite drinks.

DUNKIN’ DONUTS

The Double D is a little bit farther away, but not much can beat your favorite drink, even if it tastes a little bit different every time you order it. The Dunkin’ Donuts is about a 10 minute drive, near the Harris Teeter in Cornelius. Davidson runs on Dunkin’.

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ON – CAMPUS ACTIVITIES

CAMPUS SPACES

VARSITY SPORTS Davidson has more than 19 D1 varsity teams. For schedules, rosters, and a full list of the existing varsity sports, visit the Athletic department’s online site.

BAKER SPORTS COMPLEX The primary athletic facility on campus, Baker Sports Complex is the center of all things sports and exercise-related at Davidson. Baker is CatCard accessible and home to P.E. classrooms, basketball and volleyball courts, dance studios, a pool, an indoor tennis center, weight room, and racquetball courts.

INTRAMURAL SPORTS Davidson offers a variety of intramural sports that count as a team sport credit. This includes the age-old tradition of flickerball, as well as flag football, basketball (3 v. 3 and 5 v. 5), soccer (indoor and outdoor), and volleyball. PE CLASSES Every Davidson student is required to complete one team sport credit and two lifetime activity credits. A great way to fulfill these credits are by taking one-semester PE classes. These could be yoga, bootcamp, or even nutrition classes. Cardio dance is another popular choice and you can take a class for free even if you don’t need the credit! CLUB SPORTS Participating in club sports can also qualify as your team sport credit. Club sports at Davidson include baseball, crew, fencing, field hockey, golf, men’s and women’s lacrosse teams, rugby, sailing, men’s and women’s soccer, squash, swimming, tennis, women’s volleyball, and men’s and women’s ultimate frisbee teams (known collectively as DUFF).

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CROSS COUNTRY TRAILS The cross country trails can be accessed behind Baker or through the Satellite parking lot. They’re great for walks, runs, or even bike rides. IMAC FIELDS The Intramural fields (where flickerball games take place) are found by following the path behind Irwin, Akers, and Knox. IRWIN BELK TRACK Located inside the Richardson Stadium,the Irwin Belk Track is home to a 400 meter, eight-lane track built to international standards. It also includes areas for the high jump, long and triple jumps, pole vault, shot put, discus, javelin, and steeplechase. NISBET FITNESS CENTER Located on the bottom floor of the Union, the Nisbet Fitness Center provides aerobic step and treadmill machines, weight stations, and free weights for use by students, faculty, and staff. The center is open from 7 a.m. – 1 a.m. during the academic year. CHIDSEY HALL GYM A fitness center is located in Chidsey Hall, available by outside access to all students across campus.


V I SUA L A RT S EXHIBITIONS Every year, several times a year, the Van Every/Smith Gallery puts on exhibitions featuring world-renowned and emerging artists. Located at the front entrance to the Belk Visual Arts Center, the Van Every/Smith Galleries provide 2,000 square feet of exhibition space hosting exhibits ranging from regional to internationally known artists. Each spring, the galleries host solo exhibitions by graduating senior art majors, and an annual student exhibition featuring art created by students from across the entire student body. Exhibitions are organized by Davidson’s curator and resident art world expert, Lia Newman, and built with assistance from student interns, gallery staff, and department faculty. THE COLLECTION Deep beneath the VAC’s floors lies the Van Every/Smith collection of art. From Rembrandt to Warhol to Shonibare, the collection includes 3,850 works of every medium and never stops growing. Whether for research or personal pleasure, every piece is available to view online or in-person via appointment. Browse the works at davidsoncollegeartgalleries.org, subscribe to the newsletter and follow their Instagram, @davidsoncollegeartgalleries

ART AROUND CAMPUS With so many works in its collection, the VAC simply doesn’t have enough space to display all the pieces that deserve to be seen, so the gallery makes use of every inch of campus it can get. Find student curated-exhibitions in Chambers, Wall, Cunningham, and other works in the Guesthouse, Union and Library. The grounds are also home to an amazing public sculpture program, featuring works by world renowned artists like Jaume Plensa, Yinka Shonibare, Anthony Gormley, and so many more. The sculpture garden between the library and Chambers, Sloan patio, and Wall’s front entrance are some of the places where you can find these amazing pieces. THE VAC Organized around a central, light-filled atrium, the 43,000 square-foot Katherine and Tom Belk Visual Arts Center offers abundant teaching, studio, office, meeting, work, storage, and gallery spaces. The VAC is a great place to study, even if it’s not art you’re focusing on. Even if the VAC isn’t your go-to study spot, the atrium’s centerpiece is Auguste Rodin’s life-size statue Jean d’Aire, sculpted in 1886 and the only Rodin you can touch.

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P U BLICAT ION S

THE DAVIDSONIAN

The Davidsonian is the center of student journalism on campus and has operated independently of the college since 1914. Each weekly issue features a range of campus coverage, divided across TM six sections — News, Perspectives, Sports, Arts & Culture, Et. Cetera, and the Yowl . Print issues are distributed weekly and all stories - including exclusive online coverage - can be found at davidsonian.com. Join the team to write or edit by emailing Editors-In-Chief Hope Anderson (hoanderson@davidson.edu) or Nada Shoreibah (nashoreibah@davidson.edu).

COMPLEXION

Complexion is by, for, and about the community of people of color that make Davidson College vibrant. Complexion aims to highlight the achievements and experiences that contribute to the lively and complicated culture present at the college and values the intersectional identities that help make each and every person of color who they are. Complexion is a place for people of color to receive the recognition, support, and creative freedom they all deserve. Join the team or inquire by emailing Editor-in-Chief and creator of Complexion, Kennedy Petties (kepetties@ davidson.edu).

LIBERTAS

Libertas is Davidson’s only theme-based literary publication. Each issue has a theme that serves as a starting point for inspiration for contributors. Libertas is a space that allows students to share their voices and artistic expressions about timely topics through creative work, including poetry, prose, visual art, nonfiction, and critical pieces. For updates on submission deadlines or to be added to our email list, contact Hannah Lee (halee@davidson.edu) and follow Libertas on Instagram @libertas.mag.

EXIT 30 LITERARY MAGAZINE

Exit 30 seeks to provide Davidson students (from all majors) the opportunity to be published in a literary magazine that offers a higher quality of work in a smaller volume, so as to be more easily accessible to our busy student populace, and so that it may be appreciated for all of its merits and inspire insightful discussion.

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THEATRE & PERFORMING ARTS

GETTING INVOLVED IN THE THEATRE DEPARTMENT

The theatre department is open to all students, no matter your major. Auditions are held at the beginning and end of the fall semester. You can also get involved behind the scenes with set creations, assisting the directors, lighting design, and more. A great way to keep on top of what the Theatre department is doing is to get on the All Theatre email chain — look out for sign ups at the Activities Fair at the beginning of the semester.

OOPS!

Oops! is Davidson’s best (and only) improv comedy group. They hold auditions at the beginning of every school year, but if you’re too shy to take the stage, make sure to see them perform to laugh, giggle, chortle, chuckle, guffaw, slap gums, or none of the above. Contact co-presidents Jared Herr (jaherr@davidson.edu) and Julia Marshall (jumarshall@davidson.edu) with any questions.

THE GAMUT DANCE COMPANY

The Gamut Dance Company is Davidson’s audition-based dance company with a mission to provide technically trained dancers the opportunity to continue performing at a high level. The company produces one annual performance during the spring semester and dances in various others throughout the year. A student-run group, Gamut also works with two professional mentors and a faculty adviser. Membership in the company requires attendance at a minimum of two Dance Ensemble-sponsored classes and all rehearsals

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MUSIC at DAVIDSON

ACAPELLA ◊

JAZZ ENSEMBLE

This traditional “big band” ensemble performs through the year with guest artists and tours each winter for the Davidson College Symphony Orchestra. Rehearsals are Tuesday and Thursday from 4:30 – 6:15 p.m. in Tyler-Tallman Hall. For audition dates and more information visit the Music department’s website.

SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA As an auditioned ensemble averaging 50 student musicians, this group performs a wide range of repertoire from the Baroque to the present. Approximately 95% of the ensemble is composed of non-music majors, with no special priority given to music majors. This diverse body of students enhances their artistry in conjunction with their various perspectives and academic interests, creating an engaging and artistically stimulating rehearsal atmosphere.

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Androgyny is Davidson’s first co-ed a cappella group, founded in 1998. They encourage polished singing and embracing everyone’s inner weirdness to make performances fun for everyone. The Davidson Delilahs are the only female a cappella group on campus. With 11 women who sing and arrange a cappella music of all genres, the Delilahs have released six CDs. The group performs on-campus and in com community events. The Generals are a male a cappella group creating an environment for non-choral singers to participate in arranging, practicing, and performing various genres of music. Contact davidsongenerals@gmail.com for more information. The Nuances are a co-ed a cappella group founded in 2009 that covers all varieties of a cappella music, with a focus on contemporary and comical pieces.

CHOIRS

Chorale is the premier choral ensemble at Davidson. The Chorale is a highly select, auditioned choir of 24 singers comprised of students from various academic disciplines. The Chorale performs the standard choral repertoire as well as newly composed and commissioned choral literature. The Davidson Singers is an auditioned mixed vocal ensemble for experienced or novice choristers interested in learning more about the art of choral singing. They join with the Choral Arts Society to perform two concerts every semester. Davidson Collegium Musicum is s select student-led ensemble between eight to 16 members drawn from the Chorale in the Music department. Collegium specializes in, but is not limited to, music of the late Middle Ages and Renaissance.


UNION BOARD The Union Board is the force behind many of the weekly programs, happenings, must-sees, and to-dos on campus. 18 student Union Board officers, two advisers, and 11 committees work together to program more than 150 all-campus events each year. The Union Board strives to engage students from all walks of life through student-led programming and to serve as a catalyst for community building on and off campus. Their purpose is to foster an environment of inclusivity and a spirit of community, joy, and love of life.

AFTER MIDNIGHT

If you’re ever in the mood for free food and the occasional karaoke or dancing late on a Saturday night, After Midnight is designed for you! Look for information about this monthly activity in the Social Crier email, or look for the banner posted in the Union.

LIVE THURSDAY

Every Thursday at 10 p.m. there are student performances in the C. Shaw Smith 900 Room of the Union. Performances differ every week and include appearances by Free Word, Oops!, a cappella groups, and some of Davidson’s very own student bands.

WINTERFEST

Winterfest takes place the first Saturday night of the spring semester and features musical performances, games, free food, and plenty of entertainment all within the Union.

’CATS EXCURSIONS

’Cats Excursions is a Union Board committee that offers students free entry to a variety of local events including movies, sporting events, comedy shows, and concerts, just to name a few. Be on the lookout for upcoming event announcements and sign-ups in WildcatSync at wildcatsync.davidson.edu.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT TRIVIA

Form a team and head to Nummit every Wednesday night to test your trivia skills. Union Board’s Summit Outpost Chair will create custom questions every week from categories ranging from Ancient Greece to the Muppets. Prizes and glory for the winners every week!

SPRING FROLICS

Frolics happens every spring semester a few weeks before finals. This Davidson tradition has been going on for decades, and features different themes from year to year. You can always count on lots of free food, amazing artists, and plenty to do during this crazy weekend!

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DAVIDSON OUTDOORS GEAR RENTAL

Taking a trip with your friends? D.O. can lend you equipment like tents, packs, sleeping bags, and other camping/outdoor related gear.

VARIOUS TRAININGS

D.O. offers a range of training courses, including the semester long Trip Leader Training (TLT), which consists of eight on-campus classes, two weekend training trips, and a four-day final trip for those wanting to lead trips in for D.O. Other training sessions include a rock climbing instructor course, a whitewater instructor training, a group facilitation course, wilderness medical training, and workshops in leading caving, fly fishing, and more.

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ON CAMPUS

D.O. has a climbing wall that has open hours and is used to teach climbing skills and workshops. Kayak rolling and paddling skill lessons are offered every Thursday from 7–9 p.m. in the college’s pool in Baker. D.O.’s Challenge Course can be booked for team building activities such as the high and low ropes course.

TAKE A TRIP

If you’d like to take an outdoor trip (ranging from hiking to paddle boarding) you can do so for a low-cost with Davidson Outdoors. Check postings or visit the D.O. office in the basement of the Union to find out when registration for trips will be happening. Make sure to sign up early since spots fill quickly! Financial aid is available to reduce your trip-costs.


Patterson Court Council Organizations Many students choose to join Patterson Court Council Organizations during their time at Davidson. In order to join a PCC organization you must complete at least one semester at Davidson, have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA, and join through Eating House Self Selection/IFC Recruitment/MGC Intake/NPHC Intake. PCC organizations host a variety of social events, educational programs, service opportunities, and fundraising events which are open for all members of the college community. Joining a PCC organization is a great way to meet new people and switch up your meal plan. Greek Life is an additional commitment and isn’t for everyone, but there are still lots of other opportunities to get involved outside of PCC at Davidson.

Eating Houses MGC Fraternities ◊ Connor House ◊ Rush House ◊ Turner House ◊ Warner Hall

& Sororities

◊ Lambda Pi Chi Sorority, Inc. (Pi Chis) ◊ Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity, Inc. (Lambdas)

NPHC Fraternities IFC Fraternities ◊ Kappa Sigma (K Sig) & Sororities

◊ Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (AKAs) ◊ Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. (Alphas) ◊ Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (Deltas) ◊ Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. (Kappas)

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Phi Delta theta (Phi Delt) Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) Sigma Phi Epsilon (SigEp/SPE)

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OUTDOOR SPACES On a nice spring afternoon or crisp fall morning, the library or your dorm room just won’t cut it. Davidson has many outdoor locations that are great for studying, eating, or just hanging out.

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CHAMBERS LAWN

On a nice day, you’ll see tons of people laying out blankets, Eno-ing, playing spikeball, and more on Davidson’s prized lawn. Grab any of the lawn chairs or BYOB — bring your own blanket — and relax in the grass.

COMMONS PATIO

Newly updated, Commons patio is perfect for enjoying a meal or studying. In between meal times, the patio is nice and quiet and can be perfect for a nice outdoor study sesh.

WALL BALCONY

On sunny days, the third floor balcony of Wall is perfect for working while soaking up some sunshine. Since it’s connected to Wall, this spot offers great WiFi and all the amenities of Wall, including printers and whiteboards.

UNION PATIO

This spot is popular for watching afternoon track practices and grabbing lunch from the Wildcat Den or Davis Cafe. The umbrellas offer some nice shade, but if you’re in the direct sunlight, make sure to apply some high SPF!

THE SCULPTURE GARDEN

In between Chambers and the Library, the Sculpture Garden has some of the nicest shade and lushest grass on campus. There are only a couple of tables around the edge of the garden, but you can find some scattered chairs inside the low brick wall. Trade in dark Base Libs for this sunny spot.


wildcat traditions

ŀ Laugh out loud during The Davidson Show ŀ Take part in the Honor Code Signing Ceremony ŀ Enjoy a cake from the Cake Race ŀ Play flicker ball with your hallmates ŀ Visit Commons for Commons-giving (their epic Thanksgiving lunch) ŀ Grab some sunshine on PCC lawn during Frolics ŀ Take advantage of all the free food on Reading Day ŀ Relieve finals stress by participating in the Midnight Scream or running in the Streak

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OFF CAMP

SHOPPING

BIRKDALE VILLAGE

Huntersville, exit 24 off of I–77 S. An outdoor shopping center that includes restaurants and a movie theatre.

CONCORD MILLS MALL

Concord, exit 49 off of I–85 S. A large mall full of favorites, including outlet stores.

NORTHLAKE MALL

Huntersville, exit 18 off of I–77 S. A mall filled with jumbo versions of all the best stores.

SOUTH PARK MALL

Charlotte, exit 8 off of I–77 S. Though South Park is further from campus than others, it offers a more upscale shopping experience.

GROCERIES

DAVIDSON FARMER’S MARKET A great place to buy fresh food for the week. Open from morning to noon on select Saturdays and located between the Pickled Peach and Main Street Summit.

FOOD LION

Located on North Main Street, just a few miles into Cornelius and very affordable.

HARRIS TEETER

There are two Teeters close to campus, one just down the street off of Griffith and one in Cornelius.

EARTH FARE

Located on Griffith Street, just by the Egg, Earth Fare is a grocery store committed to selling healthy, natural foods and cooking with high quality ingredients.

TARGET

There are two nearby Target locations, one at exit 25 and another at exit 36.

WHOLE FOODS

If you need your health and fancy food fix, there’s a Whole Foods located on exit 25.

PUBLIX

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For those of you more familiar with this southern grocery store chain, there’s one located on exit 28.


PUS GUIDE BEST PLACES TO EAT

FAST FOOD BY EXIT

PICKLED PEACH

EXIT 25, HUNTERSVILLE

Located at the end of Main Street, the Pickled Peach has great coffee, sandwiches salads, and soups. This is great place have lunch with friends or pick up take out for a change of pace.

Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar • Bojangles’ • Bonefish Grill • Brixx Pizza • Burger King • Carraba’s • Cava • Chick-Fil-A • Chili’s • Chipotle • Dressler’s Restaurant • eeZ Fusion Sushi • Fox & Hound • House of Taipei • Jason’s Deli • Kilwin’s • Kung Foo Noodle • La Unica Mexican Restaurant Huntersville • McDonald’s • The Melting Pot • Moe’s • O’ Charley’s • Panda Express • Panera • Qdoba Mexican Grill • Red Rocks Café • TCBY • Viva Chicken • Waterbean Coffee • Which Wich • Zaxby’s • Zoe’s Kitchen

THE SODA SHOP

EXIT 28, CORNELIUS

This is comfort food at its finest — grilled cheeses, burgers, and milkshakes. The soda shop has a small, cozy interior and great back porch seating.

ALINOS

A bit farther away from campus, this pizza is shareable and fantastic. Don’t forget to get a cannoli while you’re there!

NEW YORK BAGEL SHOP

This cheap food option is a great morning treat, with lots of cream cheese flavors and fresh bagels everyday of the week. Located off the roundabouts near Harrist Teeter.

MILKBREAD

So new, we don’t know much about it except it’s serving Kindred’s famous milkbread donuts, fried chicken, and more. A casual all-day eatery.

TOAST

Big Bite’z Grill • Bojangles’ • Brooklyn South Pizzeria • Bruegger’s Bagels • Cookhouse • Cowboy Steak Chicken Ribs • Domino’s Pizza • Dragon Buffet • Ferrucci’s Market • El Toro • Hello, Sailor • Galway Hooker Irish Pub • Jersey Mike’s Subs • Lake Town Tavern • Little Caesars Pizza • Mac’s Speed Shop • McAlister’s Deli • McDonald’s • Prosciutto’s Pizzeria & Pub • Sangam Indian Cuisine • Sushi at the Lake • Taco Bell • Tenders • Waffle House • Zapata’s Cantina • 131 Main •Chik-Fil-A •Cook Out

EXIT 30, DAVIDSON

Ben & Jerry’s • Brickhouse • Carrburritos • Carolina Cones • Davidson Ice House • Davidson Pizza Company • The Egg • Famous Toastery (Toast) • Flatiron • Il Bosco • Kindred • Mandolino’s • Mestizo • North Harbor Club • The Pickled Peach • Restaurant X • Sabi • Sabor • Subway • Summit • The Soda Shop • Whit’s Frozen Custard • Barrel & Fork

EXIT 33, MOORESVILLE

Arby’s • Big Bitez • Dairy Queen • Dunkin’ Donuts • Thai Thai Café • Iron Grill Japanese Express • J.J. Wasabi’s • Jeffrey’s Restaurant • McDonald’s • Prickly Pear • Starbucks • What-a-burger

EXIT 36, MOORESVILLE

Applebee’s • Baskin Robbins • Bojangles’ • Brooklyn Boys Pizza • Buffalo Wild Wings • Bruster’s Real Ice Cream • Chick-Fil-A • Chipotle • Cici’s Pizza • Cold Stone Creamery • Cookout • Cracker Barrel • Davino’s Queens Pizza • Firehouse Subs • Five Guys • Golden Corral • Hardee’s • Joel’s Asian Grill • Moe’s • Pisces Sushi Bar • Pomodoro’s • Red Robin • Sonic • Sonny’s BBQ • Steak ’n Shake • Sweet Frog • Taco Bell • Tony’s Pizza • Waffle House • Zaika Indian Cuisine

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DAVIDSON JARGON Depot

A popular off-campus housing option, located behind Brickhouse.

“F”

Anything below Commons is considered “down the hill.” This includes Patterson Court and Martin Court.

Reviews

Instead of tests, Davidson professors call all tests “reviews.” No one knows why.

Light Side/Dark Side

These are the two sides of Commons — Dark Side refers to the side with round tables instead of the long rectangle tables on the Light Side of Commons.

The Fishbowl

This study spot and sometimes classroom, is in the middle of the main floor of the library. Called the Fishbowl because of the windows on all its sides, this spot isn’t the most inconspicuous place to study.

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Satellite

The parking lot adjacent to Irwin and beyond Chidsey, this lot has a paved section and gravel. If you’re “in the gravel,” you’ve secured one of the worst spots on campus. Parking here can be frustrating because it adds a few minutes to the walk back to your dorm.

Row of Champions

The first row of parking directly across from Base Belk on Belk lot. These are some of Davidson’s most coveted spaces.

New Dorm

This Sophomore dorm’s official name is “Chidsey Hall,” though many students refer to it as New Dorm for ease.


THE FIGHT SONG

ALMA MATER

O, Davidson! you are the best Old College in the East or West. You play the fair game You play the square game. And you win in everything. And when the Red and Black machine Is out to fight and looking mean Then I am happy as for you I sing.

All Hail, O Davidson, Our dear old alma mater. Thy founders loved thee, Gave their best to thee. We still today, Thy loyal sons and daughters, Follow them on, And pledge our loyalty.

(chorus) O, Davidson! we will down them Down them every one; O, Davidson! we will conquer Ere the day is done Down every foe, then as through their lines we run; win for the honor of old Davidson

Emily SchmiTT ‘ 23”’ Editor & Designer Abby Ray Illustrations Candace Mulherin, Winne Newton & Angie Rice-Figueroa Advisors Many Thanks To: Chris Record, Topher Ndirutu, Carol Quillen, Byron McCrae, Kat Soltany & EMily Eisenstadt Qutoes provided as words of advice from the Class of 2024 in the first year residential survey.



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