Archive for September, 2018

The [Sometimes] Weekly Judge: Blowout

The [Sometimes] Weekly Judge: Blowout

By Victor Fleming ’73 Find a printable version of BLOWOUT here. Across 1 Grow dimmer 5 Free pass, informally 9 ___ Coppola (his 3 blocked kicks in a Sept. 13 football game tied a 19-year-old record) 14 “___ U” 15 Not tricked by 16 “You ___ big time!” 17 13 TDs,Read More

“Gobsmacked”: A History of Darts, in Miniature

Thomas Waddill ‘19 Sports & leisure correspondent Ever since Summit Outpost hung a dartboard on their wall, I’ve become completel obsessed with the game of darts. I reached out to Thomas Waddill ‘19, a fellow enthusiast, in the hopes that he could research the history of the game and explainRead More

Science in the Soul, Humanities in the Heart

Emily Sirota ‘20 Humanities Correspondent Between which of the thee billion base pairs of our DNA can we locate the concept of “race”? The following is about the necessity of keeping science in the humanities and humanity in the sciences. Last Thursday in the Hance Auditorium in Chambers, Professor GarryRead More

We Create Culture

We Create Culture

By Alyssa Tirrell ‘22 The reports of suspected drink tampering escalated on Saturday, September 8th with the closure of Armfield. Throughout that evening, sitting in the lounge with my hallmates, the instances were a main point of conversation. As first years, our limited knowledge of the culture of Davidson, combined withRead More

Sharing Space

Sharing Space

By Langley Hoyt ‘19 The houses that have been in Enderly Park for many years are separated, if at all, by chain-link fences. These fences are good for growing flowers or tomato plants, and they are open in a way that allows neighbors to reach across and speak to each other.Read More