Archive for September, 2015

The Theory of Evolution Does Not Believe in Texas

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In a controversial tweet posted yesterday morning, the Theory of Evolution announced that it did not, in fact, believe in Texas. Responding to a history lesson its son sat through on the Battle of the Alamo, Evolution tweeted, “I don’t want government conspiracies like this so-called “Texas” being taught toRead More

Sunshine Continues Her Strike Until All of Her Ludicrous Demands Are Met

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As we approach day ten of dreary New England-like weather, the Sun still appears to show no signs of ending her tantrum. “This trouble all started with the darn Super Moon”, reports local astronomer and consultant-to-the-stars, Esmerelda Diamond, “There was a huge fuss about it, hashtags and everything. That causedRead More

Discovered: Davidson’s Own Room of Requirement

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Wilma Longbottom (‘17) was only looking for a bathroom last Sunday when she ran across something much greater. “I’d chugged a few Nantucket Nectars that morning, so I was about to burst with no refuge in sight. Then suddenly a gender-neutral restroom appeared in place of a library carrel. IRead More

Center for Interdisciplinary Studies fills academic gaps

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Melanie Reimer Staff Writer Davidson students often speculate whether the college plans to develop its academics to provide more majors and minors that are in high demand by students. In fact, faculty members at Davidson constantly strive to support student interests, and have already made great gains in recent yearsRead More

Panel in Vann Center discusses ethics in legal services

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Colleen Karlovich Staff Writer On September 22, the Vann Center for Ethics hosted a panel discussing “Ethics in Legal Services.” Present were Calvin Murphy ‘70, a retiree of the North Carolina Superior Courts, Henderson Hill, Faith Fickling, and Ted Filette. Ron Gibson ’74, the President of the North Carolina Bar,Read More