*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.
Environmental Action Coalition (EAC)
EAC is a student and youth run national network of progressive organizations and individuals whose aim is to uproot environmental injustices through action and education. We define the environment to include the physical, economic, political, and cultural conditions in which we live. By challenging the power structure which threatens these conditions, students in EAC work to create progressive social change on both the local and global levels. For more information contact Leah Baldasare.
E.P.I.C. (Ending Poverty in Charlotte)
This organization aims to connect Davidson students to homeless neighbors at Charlotte's Urban Ministry Center through a variety of avenues from relationships, to advocacy, to addressing physical and emotional needs. Davidson students accomplish this by regularly volunteering at the center, hosting events on campus to bring together the Davidson student body and homeless neighbors, and by participating in the Room in the Inn program (RITI). RITI hosts 12 homeless neighbors from Charlotte every Friday night from January to March. For more information contact Hayley Lane.
The Davidson Equestrian Club shall: provide the students of Davidson College an opportunity to learn about horses and horse-related activities; improve the equestrian skills of its members through practice, instruction, and competition at all levels, especially in the hunt seat discipline; provide an atmosphere where horse lovers can meet others with the same interests; foster good relations within the equestrian community in and around Davidson College; and develop confidence and awareness of both the rider and the team, encouraging horsemanship, sportsmanship, and competitive spirit. For more information contact Ashley Parker.
Exit 30 Literary Magazine
We seek to provide Davidson students (from any and all majors) with 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. For more information contact Justin Strickland or Christine Noah.
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