*Unless otherwise indicated, the sites below were created and are maintained by Davidson students and/or their advisors, to whom questions regarding the sites should be directed.
The purpose of the Backgammon Club is to play backgammon amongst themselves and against other colleges and universities. For more information please contact Mark Nesbitt.
Balkan Association of Davidson (B.A.D.)
The mission of the Balkan Association of Davidson is to bring together students of Balkan descent and students who want to learn about the region and to celebrate their heritage and share in the experience of university life. All students are welcome. For more information contact Dancho Penev, Sun Dragas, or John Papadopoulos.
The purpose of the Davidson Baking Club is to provide opportunities and materials for baking on campus, to promote interest and awareness of baking, and to provide an occasion for the student body to learn and implement different baking techniques on a regular basis. For more information contact Ana Martinez de Andino.
The purpose of club baseball is to provide an outlet for students to competitively engage with the game of baseball. For more information contact Ben Krause.
Basketball Team (Club)
The purpose of this club is to provide the opportunity for students to continue to play basketball outside the varsity arena in a fun and competitive atmosphere. For more information contact Ben Krause.
The purpose and aim of the Davidson College Bee Club shall be to allow students, faculty, and staff to have fun by familiarizing themselves with honeybees and the practice of beekeeping, using the beehives on campus as a learning tool. For more information contact Quinn Libson.
B.E.S.T. (Believing Everyone Should Try)
Volunteers are paired one-on-one with physically and/or developmentally challenges youth to take lessons in a variety of recreational activities, such as soccer and dance. B.E.S.T. sessions take place once a week for about an hour. For more information please contact Olivia Brown.
Primary goal is to bring together people of different faiths to learn from each other through service, education, and dialogue. Represent religious groups on campus who are usually underrepresented. Sharing and helping to represent different faiths offers us the opportunity to expand our knowledge of other individuals as well as challenge and shape our own beliefs. Formerly known as Interfaith Fellowship. For more information, contact Sarah Jordan.
The Bioethics Society seeks to promote student awareness of current ethical issues in medicine, to provide students with resources needed for conducting research on medical ethics issues, and to be a source of information for students interested in pursuing a bioethics-related field. For more information contact Grace Cheney.
Black Student Coalition (BSC)
Aims to establish and maintain a spirit of solidarity and support among the black students of Davidson College; to recognize the contributions of black persons to the college; and to embrace the diverse origins of the Davidson community. For more information contact Kaneisha Gaston.
For people to learn & play bridge. For more information contact Tim Rauen.
The Buddy System is an organization devoted to working with children with special needs. Members seek to help children with special needs by interacting with them in structured activities and providing them with a positive young adult influence. Members also raise awareness about special-needs related issues amongst the student body. For more information please contact Keely Brewster.
The mission of Building Tomorrow is tri-fold: (1) To educate the Davidson College Community and the surrounding community of the town of Davidson regarding issues relating to vulnerable youth in Uganda. (2) To raise funds to build a primary school for vulnerable children in Uganda. (3) To build lasting relationships between the Davidson College community and the Uganda community where the Building Tomorrow Academy Sponsored by Davidson College will be built. For more information please contact Stephanie Hunt.
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