Archive for January, 2018

The Miracle of the Slave (The Miracle of St. Mark), Jacopo Tintoretto (1548: Gallerie dell’Academie).

Reflections on Experiencing Art in Person

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Isabelle Sakelaris- There’s an old story: Jacapo Tintoretto, a Venetian painter, sat in the Scuola di San Marco for hours watching the light pass over the wall. He structured his painting based on his observations, so that light would hit crucial points in the painting at certain times of theRead More

Eight Ways To Hack Commons Brunch

Eight Ways To Hack Commons Brunch

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Commons brunch. We all know it. Hell, we all love it! It is our favorite way to spend a Sunday morning. There’s absolutely nothing that could be better than getting up at the crack of noon and heading down to the old ‘mons for a waffle and a customized eggRead More

Professors Gerrymander Office Hours to Conflict with Maximum Number of Students’ Schedules

Professors Gerrymander Office Hours to Conflict with Maximum Number of Students’ Schedules

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In a contentious start to spring semester, many professors aggressively gerrymandered their office hours to be at the worst possible times for as many students as mathematically possible. Office hour gerrymandering is nothing new for Davidson, but many new, modern methods and techniques have made it far more effective –Read More

Abroad Student “Just Different Man” Since Trip To Fully-Furnished Apartment in India

Abroad Student “Just Different Man” Since Trip To Fully-Furnished Apartment in India

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Chuck Taylor ‘19, sporting a 195 dollar Lulu Lemon yoga mat and artisanal wooden beads, claims recent abroad semester in India “changed me, man.” The Yowl caught up with Taylor sitting criss cross applesauce in the middle of Nummit to hear his thoughts on his abroad experience. “You’d only getRead More

Wildcat Hoops Looks Ahead to Postseason

Wildcat Hoops Looks Ahead to Postseason

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Drew Eastland- For the Women’s Basketball team, this season has been about more than the game. On January 22nd, it was announced that sophomore Andrea Robinson was diagnosed with leukemia in December. The early prognosis is positive, according to Head Coach Gayle Coats Fulks, and Robinson has made the bestRead More