Archive for October, 2018

Mason Rooney ‘19 has been one of the nation’s best during her career at Davidson. Photos courtesy of Tim Cowie, DavidsonPhotos.com.

Salute to Seniors: Volleyball’s Mason Rooney

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Lizzie Kane ‘22 Staff writer Georgia native, six feet two inches, jersey number 13, captain her junior and senior years, Mason Rooney ’19 is a major contributor to Davidson’s Division 1 (D1) volleyball team. Rooney started playing volleyball in eighth grade, joining a club team that same year. Her positionsRead More

What We Wear: Caroline Yarbrough ‘19

What We Wear: Caroline Yarbrough ‘19

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While I derive my style inspiration from an array of women including Jane Birkin, Jackie Kennedy, Olivia Palermo, and Leandra Medine, my mother represents my ultimate style icon.  From handmaking the smocked dresses I wore throughout my childhood, teaching me how to find treasures in Palm Springs vintage stores, andRead More

Racks of bagels. Photos by Michael Hall ‘19.

Restaurant Review: The Original New York Bagels

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Michael Hall ‘19 Food critic Heading into The Original New York Bagels, I made sure to recruit a gang capable of enjoying what has become almost stigmatized by health fads for its carb-carrying capacity. This bagel-slinging deli in the Harris Teeter parking lot pays homage to the space’s former occupant,Read More

The King’s Men (and friends) plan their publication of Shakespeare’s first folio. Photo by Olivia Forrester ‘22.

Davidson’s The Book of Will: Fights, Fun and Folios

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Sebastian Sola-Sole ‘21 Theater critic Sunday afternoon, I took my seat in the Duke Family Performance Hall for this semester’s mainstage production, The Book of Will by Laura Gunderson, directed by Dr. Ann Marie Costa.  I settled in to the sound of something like Elizabethan muzak (my battle with theRead More

The ‘Cats are in a prime position to both make to and make a difference in the A-10 tournament following the hot end to the regular season. Photo by Sacha Franks ‘20

Winning Streak Propels Volleyball To A-10s

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Jonathan Swann ‘19 Sports writer Stuck at LaGuardia Airport on Thursday, October 18th, Davidson’s volleyball team waited for the bus, which had a flat tire, to pick them up for their game against Fordham. The unfortunate opportunity, however, brought enjoyable, unexpected team bonding off the court. But with the AtlanticRead More