Some semblance of the modern Honor Code at Davidson took shape before the Civil War. During this time, all new students signed a pledge to follow the college rules, most of which regarded social activity.
Which “advocate for democracy and world peace,” whose signature is listed here among the signatures of the Class of ’73 (1873, that is), learned to read when he was 10? Hint: He was also the last American president to travel to his inauguration in a horse-drawn carriage.
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