Archive for September, 2018

Olivia Ng '21

Mobikes or No Bikes?

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By: Olivia Ng ’21 They’re iconic: the Mobikes of Davidson College. They are our saviors when we are late for class, meetings, or sports practice. They are the fastest way to F or to ride to the grocery store. They brighten up campus with their orange auras and can turnRead More

First-years kick off the year with the cake race. Photo by Chris Record

Davidson Welcomes ‘22 with New Orientation Programming

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  By: Emma Brentjens ’21 Staff Writer   This year, 517 new wildcats from 36 states and 23 countries are starting their college journeys at Davidson.     Sourna Daneshvar Jr. ‘22 reflected on his first couple weeks at Davidson and the changes he has experienced. “The free time thatRead More

"GREAT GAME" by Victor Fleming, Class of 1973

The [Sometimes] Weekly Judge: September 5, 2018- Including Solution

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GREAT GAME by Victor Fleming, Class of 1973   Across 1 Reproduction 5 Seafood in a cake? 9 Stockpile 14 Fishing device 15 Hi, to Jaime 16 Put forth, as a theory 17 Metallic ore is extracted from them 19 Picasso or Neruda 20 Free radio ad (abbr.) 21 FallRead More

Chloe Pitkoff '21 featured in What Wildcats Wear

What Wildcats Wear: Chloe Pitkoff ’21

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  What Wildcats Wear is The Davidsonian’s style section. This week, we featured Chloe Pitkoff ’21. Below is Chloe’s commentary about her style, self expression, and fashion inspiration.   I’m a New Yorker- Brooklynite, born and raised. Riding on the subway, you see all kinds of characters. New York is made up of soRead More

An Interview with Rebecca Pempek ’20

An Interview with Rebecca Pempek ’20

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  By: Lucas Weals ’20 Arts and Culture Editor Rebecca Pempek ‘20 spent her summer at two artists’ residencies in Iceland. In June she stayed in Hrísey, in the Northern Fjords, as part of the Gramli Skóli program; in July she traveled to Stöðvarfjörður for a one-month stint at theRead More