Archive for September, 2018

Sharing Space

Sharing Space

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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

It wasn’t a basketball score! Davidson football received national attention for their offensive performance this past weekend when they put up a whopping 91 points in their victory against Guilford. Illustration by Richard Farrell ‘22

Football Slams Guilford 91-61

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  Sam Thomas ‘20 Sports Editor  Davidson Football had a field day against Guilford this past Saturday night. After putting up a whopping score of 91-61, the ‘Cats certainly put defenses around the entire nation on notice. A season ago, the men’s basketball team only put up 91 points aRead More

What We Wear: Maya Tetali ’21

What We Wear: Maya Tetali ’21

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  “The most noticeable thing about my style is that I tend to wear leopard print as a neutral. That being said, I wholly ascribe to a maximalist style sense. I often go big and bold. I am unafraid to play with color and prints. I am attracted to funRead More

Breaking: MBTI Matches  Reveal Freshmen Don’t Hate Their Roommates, They Just Hate  Themselves

Breaking: MBTI Matches Reveal Freshmen Don’t Hate Their Roommates, They Just Hate Themselves

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DAVIDSON COLLEGE — In a school defined by its insecure student body, recent freshman reports have stated that the number one cause for roommate animosity is in fact self-hatred. Stacy Lawson ‘22, Joel McKnight ‘22 and Amber Hurts ‘22 were among the first to come forward to The Yowl toRead More

The Jay Hurt Hub houses offices, collaborative study spaces, and a self-pay coffee shop.  Photos by Emma Brentjens ‘21

Feature: Tour of the Hub

  By Katherine McGovern ‘21 Staff writer The Jay Hurt Hub for Innovation and Entrepreneurship is “another step in Davidson’s reimagining of the liberal arts experience,” according to Davidson College’s website. The Hub is located across from Brickhouse Tavern in a 23,000 square foot, red brick building that was onceRead More