*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.
Men's Club Lacrosse
Provides its members with the opportunity to play competitive lacrosse. The club plays a light schedule in the fall and full schedule in the spring with matches played. For more information contact Nolan Canter.
Methodist College Fellowship
The Methodist College Fellowship meets in large and small groups throughout the week to study scripture, explore theological questions, and form Christian community. Activities include social outings, service projects, retreats, and international spring break mission trips. For more information contact Jessie Trawick.
Middle Eastern and North African Student Association (MENASA)
MENASA is an organization that focuses on addressing political and current event topics relating to all areas of the Middle East. MENASA also strives to spread cultural awareness on campus through Middle Eastern themed events and parties involving food, music, dancing, costume, and other cultural traditions from various parts of the diverse region. For more information please contact Adriana Marquina.
Our goal is to create a venue for exploring mindfulness through casual discussion. Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention in the present moment. Although it's most commonly associated with Buddhism, we believe mindfulness can inform any spiritual belief (or non-belief) and that it can help us find meaning in our everyday lives as students. Each week we'll send out a thought-provoking essay, story, poem, article, song, or picture. This will spark our conversation, but we'll keep the conversation open to any subject. For more information contact Kelly Wilson or Rachel Beeton.
Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students (MAPS)
MAPS was founded in 2007 to unite underrepresented premedical students with common goals and ideals, and to provide them with the opportunity to make an impact on healthcare in the community. For more information contact Saumya Goel.
Gives members an opportunity to gain hands-on knowledge about the theory and practice of law in America; sends teams to trial advocacy competitions throughout the academic year; student-run program that competes consistently on the national championship level. For more information contact Susanna Vogel.
Muslim Students Association (MSA)
The purpose of the Muslim Students Association is to facilitate a forum of education on Islam, the world's second largest and fastest growing religion, for Muslims and non-Muslims. MSA helps Muslim students find their place in the college environment. The MSA also celebrates Muslim holidays and promotes peace and cooperation with all other religious groups on campus. For more information contact Ramiz Hamid or Salahadin Mohammed.
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