Archive for April, 2018

Paranormal Rat-tivity: Religion Department to Recruit Exorcists for Haunted Rat Lab

Paranormal Rat-tivity: Religion Department to Recruit Exorcists for Haunted Rat Lab

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  One of Davidson’s two neuroscience rat labs reports that incidents of “supernatural rodent activity” have been increasing since the beginning of the semester. In response to the persistence of this paranormal activity, the Religion department has offered to sponsor an animal exorcist to work with the lab and helpRead More

How to Become a Second Tier- Campus Celebrity

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So you want to be famous, but you’re not a star athlete or a PCC Organization President? We at The Yowl have you covered, with our handy-dandy guide to becoming a second-tier campus celebrity. So what if you can’t shotgun a beer in 1.2 seconds flat? While the alcohol jocksRead More

The minds behind Project: Token from left to right: Nate Nido '21, Cynthia Rodriguez '20, Maurice Norman '20, and Anmar Jerjees '18 Photo by Emma Brentjens '21

Installation Depicts Marginalized Students’ Resilience

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By: Mary Margaret Robison ’21 Staff Writer Maurice Norman ’20 has been spearheading Project: Token since the beginning of this semester, and now the project has come to life with an installation behind the Black Student Coalition (BSC). Project: Token embodies ethnic resilience and advocacy through various interviews and photographsRead More

School to Offer “Nomadic Mobile Living Experience” in Anticipation of Housing Shortage

School to Offer “Nomadic Mobile Living Experience” in Anticipation of Housing Shortage

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Davidson College officials recently acknowledged growing concerns about housing given the steadily increasing size of the school’s student body and have unveiled an innovative new residence life policy. Admitting that the compounding increases in class sizes will lead to an inevitable housing shortage once rising juniors return from abroad nextRead More

Latt, a four-year starter, will graduate as one of the greatest players in program history. Photo by Jane Campbell '87

Davidson Celebrates Mackenzie Latt’s Legacy

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By: Sam Thomas ’20 Sports Editor We all know the scene. The ball finds its way to the post. The fans’ feet start to patter with excitement. A baffled defender looks up to see a shot from Mackenzie Latt hit the bottom of the net. Latt jogs back yelling outRead More