Archive for October, 2018

Above:  Area Man seen yacking his brains out after a scrumptious meal at V-ending

Food Review: V-ending Machine

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EH LITTLE LIBRARY –– Rated the number 15 best food establishment within the greater Charlotte area by The Pines’s critically-acclaimed, bimonthly foodie magazine, Elderly Eats, the E.H. Little Library’s first floor restaurant, “V-ending,” by all means matched its famous reputation. Sporting a seasonal menu, the library’s premier gastropub offered aRead More

Weather Report: Despite Low Temperature, Cocky New Englander Claims it is Still “Shorts Weathah”

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DAVIDSON, NC — The Yowl’s field correspondent recently spotted Davidson first-year and suburban Boston native Patrick McGillicuddy walking to the Union in what he confidently referred to as “his fall look,” which consisted of a slightly oversized Larry Bird jersey and a pair of well-worn athletic shorts. When asked ifRead More

Reflection: Debating Through Tragedy

Reflection: Debating Through Tragedy

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Elan Kainen ’19 Following the massacre that took eleven lives this past Saturday at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania were a slew of different reactions as to how such an event should be processed. Surely, every sensible and decent person quickly denounced the attack and considered itsRead More

Energy Awareness

Energy Awareness

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Emma Tayloe ’19 The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a troubling report this month explaining that the effects of 2°C of warming would be far worse than previously anticipated and that the world would have to achieve a drastic and rapid reduction in carbon emission to avoid climateRead More

Local Social Media Exhibitionist Expected to Increase Voter Turnout

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ANY GIVEN COLLEGE CAMPUS IN THE U.S. –– With the U.S. midterm elections approaching in the coming weeks, the increasingly polarized political climate is shadowed by a general feeling of voter apathy across the country. Those who have been marginalized in the previous elections are beginning to feel a lackRead More