Archive for September, 2018

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

Belk-Dwelling Aristocrat Still Haunted by Conversation with Creepy Classmate from Base Rich

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PALATIAL GARDENS OF BELK —  “It all happened so suddenly, like my life was flashing before my eyes. There was no way to come back from that sort of conversational catastrophe,” remarked Belk resident Caroline Smith ‘22 as she described the fatal moments of her recent conversation with Benjamin JohnsonRead More

Local Senior Sobs Violently in the Sequester of Armfield

Students File Noise Complaint Against Local Infants Following Repeated Instances of Late-Night Crying

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TOWN OF DAVIDSON — Expressing their discontent with the current state of affairs between the town and the college, a group of Martin Court residents filed a formal noise complaint with the Davidson Town Police on Saturday after several young children’s extended tantrums carried into the early hours of theRead More

Seven Scholarly Things to Say When Urinating Next to Professor Before Class That Will Totally Get You the A-

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2nd CHAMBERS COMMODE —  A  recent study has revealed an exponential increase in the academic performance of Davidson students due to an innovative new hack that has been steadily flowing around campus.   While cultivating a friendly relationship with a professor has long been known as a proven, yet frustrating—oneRead More

Kalashya Colwell '20 lives in Sentelle this year. Photo by Hannah Dugan '21

RLO Institutes New Noise Regulation at Parties

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  By: Jake Carver ’21 Staff Writer With a new school year starting at Davidson, RLO has already made a noticeable effort to reshape the residential layout of the campus. Many of these changes are geared toward addressing one of the largest freshman classes in school history and maximizing theRead More