Archive for November, 2018

Student Health Center to launch rehabilitation program for users of “Lo-Fi Beats”

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DAVIDSON, NC —According to a recent report published by the Center for Disease Control, college students throughout the nation have been experimenting with a potent new category of drugs known as “Lo-fi Beats.” Known by such names as “Chillhop,” “Jazzy Beats,” or just “Lo-Fi,” this drug is reported to causeRead More

Horoscopes That Won’t Have Any Bearing   On Your Life, But It’s What The People Want

Horoscopes That Won’t Have Any Bearing On Your Life, But It’s What The People Want

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Gemini: From the post-office worker who claims not to have your package (even though they definitely f*cking have it back there I saw the tracking notification) to the frat boy who you caught feelings for, this week is going to suck your soul out of your body faster than yourRead More

Davidson played Stetson University on 11/2. Stetson triumphed 56-53.

Football Report 11/2/18

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Jacob Margolis ’20 Football correspondent  On Saturday, the Davidson football suffered its third straight heartbreaking loss when they lost to Stetson 56-53 at home. The game was close the entire way as the two teams were never separated by more than 11 points; Stetson had to engineer a late touchdownRead More

Reaching Beyond the “Davidson Bubble”: Who Was Journalist Jamal Khashoggi?

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Savanna Vest ’22 Staff writer The ‘Davidson bubble’ is a familiar term for most students on campus who describe the tight-knit suburban campus community as removed from most national and international grievances. The death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, 59, has fallen into such overlooked discussion this month. On OctoberRead More

Celebrating Diwali

Celebrating Diwali

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Yashita Kandhari ’22 Come early winter, there is a flurry of activity at my house, everyone emptying and cleaning out every inch of space. We find things we forgot we owned, donate the things we do not need, rearrange and redecorate, scrub and dust every surface until, by the endRead More