*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.
Davidson Dance Ensemble's mission is to provide opportunities for students to express themselves through dance and to develop their artistic and technical knowledge of dance. For more information contact Dan Van Note.
To operate a crew team for the benefit of the Davidson College student body. For more information contact Ramiz Hamid.
Davidson College Democrats
The Davidson College Democrats pledges itself to support the philosophy and candidates of the Democratic Party. Furthermore, the Davidson College Democrats declares its intention to support all efforts to increase the participation of college students in Democratic affairs. To these ends, the Davidson College Democrats shall educate and train its members so that they may be better able to: educate students about the philosophy of the Democratic Party, assist in the election of local, state, and national Democratic candidates, affect political change on the local, state, and national level, and register others to vote. For more information contact Shelby Wagenseller.
Davidson Cycling Club
To help interested students organize road and mountain bike rides, encourage a learning environment, and help in any bike repairs that may arise. For more information contact Tripp Bartholomew.
The Davidson Delilahs are Davidson's only female a cappella group. They have released 4 CDs and perform at on-campus and community events. The Delilahs are a group of around 14 girls who sing and arrange a cappella music of all genres and hold auditions for new members in the fall. For more information, please contact Sierra Roberts.
Davidson Elementary Tutoring
Tutors aid in the development of basic skills such as reading and mathematics at Davidson Elementary and Davidson Day School. For more information contact Ashley Sherrill.
Davidson College Entrepreneurial Fund
Help those in the Davidson community who are in need of financial assistance & job/skill training by providing them with small business loans & business management workshops. We hope to promote empowerment in our clients through microfinance. For more information please contact Tasha Samborski.
Davidson Dance Team
We are a group of women who love to dance! We hold tryouts at the beginning of the year for a total of about 10 positions. We perform at football and at men's and women's basketball games, as well as in each semester's Dance Ensemble. Our style is jazz/hip-hop and we dance to popular music. We practice 6 -8 hours a week and during basketball season have about one performance a week. For more information contact Christina Haleas.
Davidson International Association (DIA)
Has grown from an organization that represented the interests of foreign nationals to an association for all Davidson College students interested in promoting cultural awareness and global interdependence. For more information contact Gabriela Baldeon.
Davidson Investment Financial Association (DIFA)
The Davidson Investment Financial Association (DIFA) is a student organization that that manages $200,000 of the college's endowment. The student-run club was chartered in 1999 when two recent graduates, Peter Clark '01 and David Johnston '01, spearheaded a push for Davidson's first investment club. The club was founded on the principle of education and the college's need for an effective and unique way to educate the student body about the stock market. For more information contact Jack McLinden.
Davidson Men's Ultimate (DUFF)
The Davidson College Men's Ultimate Frisbee team seeks to compete and be successful at the highest level of the game at the college level. Through practices and competition the foal is to improve individually and as a team. For more information contact Jonah Galeota-Sprung.
Davidson Microfinance Club
The purpose of this organization is to enhance the Davidson community's awareness by encouraging students to become participants instead of observers of the growing promise of microfinance and to promote the practice of microfinance to students through campaigns, lectures, discussions, and investing of raised funds through existing microfinance portals. To lead fundraising events with the intention of investing that money in actual microfinance projects, through established organizations. Through this practice, the organization looks to develop discussions and debates about where to invest these funds. For more information, contact Alec Bartz.
Davidson Outdoors offers the students, faculty, and staff of the College a variety of outdoor activities and courses throughout the year. Davidson student trip leaders lead the majority of our trips, which normally include: backpacking, coastal and whitewater canoeing, whitewater kayaking and rafting, rock climbing, caving, and mountain biking. These trips vary from one day excursions to nine day trips over Christmas Break. We also have weekly kayak rolling lessons, daily indoor climbing, bicycle repair tools, a community bicycle program, a group initiatives challenge course, and, for those who want to run their own trips, an equipment rental and trip planning resource center. For more information contact Kevin Coughlin.
Student-published newspaper featuring campus information and opinions. For more information contact Scott Matthews.
Dean Rusk Student Advisory Committee (SAC)
The Dean Rusk SAC conceives and implements ideas for programs, plans cultural events and study breaks, publishes a newsletter on current events and a travel magazine each year. SAC runs the Breakfast Series and Tea Time discussions. For more information contact Amelia Lumpkin.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is a sisterhood of college-educated women who are committed to public service, with a primary focus on sustaining the growth and development of the African American community. Our Five Point Programmatic Thrust includes: Economic Development, Educational Development, International Awareness and Involvement, Political Awareness and Involvement, Physical and Mental Health. The Upsilon Mu Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was chartered March 27, 2011 by fifteen DevaSTating Divas. For more information contact Kaneisha Gaston.
Ditch and Dash
By collecting student items such as furniture, clothes, and kitchen items at the end of the school year and distributing them to community partner organizations such as Goodwill, the Bin, and Habitat for Humanity, Ditch & Dash aims to reduce student waste and provide non-profit partners with resources to serve their clients. For more information contact Cate Hendren.
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