*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.
Roosevelt Institute at Davidson College
The purpose of the Roosevelt Institute is to bring students' innovative ideas into political discourse to foster a progressive community on campus focused on local and domestic issues. For more information contact Stacey Riemer.
The Rotaract Club of Davidson College aims to (1) recognize, practice and promote purposeful ethical standards, leadership qualities and vocational responsiblity and (2) develop knowledge and understanding of the needs of our immediate community and then to take action on those needs. For more information contact Ashley Sherrill.
The purpose of Rugby is to encourage team building and physical fitness while learning rugby skills in a fun and competitive environment. For more information contact Nick Hart.
The purpose of the Running Club is to provide the students of Davidson College with an opportunity to pursue, or to initiate, a love of running outside the established varsity teams, while still fostering a sense of "togetherness." For more information contact Paisley Lewis or Katie Burwick.
Rusk eating house was founded in 1977 as the first women’s eating house. Rusk was named for Dean Rusk, Class of 1931 and Secretary of State during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations. Rusk moved into their Patterson Court House in 1977. For more information contact Diane Pappayliou.
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