Archive for September, 2015

Student Finally Collects All Six Limited Edition Shrek Watches From 2004 Cereal Boxes

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Saturday, September 12, started out a day like any other for Danny Waltham ‘18. He got out of bed, put on his five Shrek-themed digital watches, and headed to the library. But with the night, everything changed. “My only plan that night was to stop by the Union cereal bar,Read More

“Y is a vowel too!” Exclaims Radical Vowel-Awareness Group

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What started with a simple post on Yik Yak soon came to grip the entire campus in a standoff between consonants and vowels—with Y caught somewhere in the middle. At 9:53 a.m. on Tuesday a disgruntled student posted the following yak: “Y is NOT a vowel, smh.” Soon Yik YakRead More

Athlete’s Corner

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Melissa Funsten Guest Writer Sports have always played a huge role in my life. Longer than I can even remember, I’ve been on one sports team or another, beginning with Micro League soccer at age three. With an older brother and younger sister, we always found common ground on theRead More

Phillips lets his running do the talking in final season

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Tait Jensen Senior Staff Writer Humility is the name of the game for Ryan Phillips ’16. Although the senior cross country runner immediately tries to downplay his accomplishments, his list of accolades is getting longer. Phillips ran a 15:05.9 5K to win the Richmond Invitational in the Wildcats’ first meetRead More

Williams qualifies for Olympic Trials

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Isaac Mervis Staff Writer While most Davidson students are clinging to their sheets early on Monday mornings, Katy Williams ’17 and the Davidson swimming team are busy with the first of their two swims of the day.  Williams, an Apex, NC native, spends an hour and a half in theRead More