Archive for April, 2018

Five Ways to Avoid Your Tinder Match’s Line of Sight While Walking to Your Table in Commons

Five Ways to Avoid Your Tinder Match’s Line of Sight While Walking to Your Table in Commons

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You’re leaving the Commons grill station with your chicken tenders lying plateless on your tray next to your caramel-brownie-triple-raspberry-cheesecake scoopie (you need something to fill the void left by your dry sex life). You see the Tinder match that your thirsty ass swiped on Sunday at three in the morning.Read More

Storytelling as Activism

Storytelling as Activism

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By: Ashley Behnke ’19 When the most popularly produced playwright of 2017-2018 offers you her script for free as part of a national campaign of theatre activism against gun violence, it’s pretty impossible to say no. Playwright Lauren Gunderson was provoked to share her piece, Natural Shocks, after seeing theRead More

The Yowl Presents: The Fifteenth Annual Frolics Survival Guide

The Yowl Presents: The Fifteenth Annual Frolics Survival Guide

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Each year, a cabal made up of elite SGA, Union Board, and PCC members sends out a condescending email to all students containing a ‘Frolics Survival Guide’. Each year, students have deleted this email and dismissed its self-evident suggestions, which have been statistically proven to have zero effect on theRead More

The Faces of the Festival: Anecdotes and Advice at Art on the Green

The Faces of the Festival: Anecdotes and Advice at Art on the Green

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By: Sophie McHugh ’18 Yowl Editor A farmer with a metal boneyard. The mother of a slime mogul. A published backpacker. The woodworker of The Pines. These storied artists are among the many who gathered under the white tents of this weekend’s Art on the Green festival. Scheduled between theRead More

Campus Political Organizations Prepare for Local Primary Elections, Encourage Students to Vote

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By: Jonathan Lee ’20 Staff Writer Before this fall’s highly anticipated midterm elections season, candidates from both parties must first compete in the primary elections to make it on the ballot in November. Students registered to vote in Davidson will be able to vote for the US Congressional District 12,Read More