Archive for January, 2019

The [Sometimes] Weekly Judge: To the Dump

The [Sometimes] Weekly Judge: To the Dump

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To download a printable version of this week’s crossword, click here. Across 1 Does sum work? 5 Face-to-face exams 10 Scale that measures hardness 14 Hawaiian isle 15 Gem weight unit 16 For each 17 One way to make game, in bridge 19 “It ain’t easy making friends/ When you’reRead More

PCC Officials Worry Giving Freshwoman Directions to Patterson Court Resembles Unsanctioned Scavenger Hunt

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BAKER SPORTS COMPLEX –– In light of recent events, the Patterson Court Council seeks to undergo changes to its hazing guidelines once again. On Monday, January 28th, at 3:33 PM a female first-year student stopped PCC member Nathan Wall ‘19 near the Will E. Wildcat Mascot memorial statue outside ofRead More

BREAKING: Kristol’s Professorship Revoked After Being ‘Cancelled’ By Campus Progressive on Twitter

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DAVIDSON –– Announcing that their “hands were simply tied” in regards to the rescission of the conservative political analyst’s position as Vann Professor of Ethics, the Office of Academic Affairs confirmed on Monday that Bill Kristol will no longer be joining the college as a visiting faculty member in theRead More

College’s Satirical News Source Celebrates 15th Anniversary and 89th Anniversary

College’s Satirical News Source Celebrates 15th Anniversary and 89th Anniversary

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YOWL TOWN — In a statement being released right now, The Yowl is proud to announce that we are somehow still around after 15 years, and also 89 years.  The first issue of The Yowl was published on January 24, 2004, as a humorous appendage to The Davidsonian. Headlines fromRead More

Orchestra Tour Was “Pretty Sick”

Orchestra Tour Was “Pretty Sick”

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Kaizad Irani ‘22 Staff writer During the week before the start of Spring semester, Davidson’s award-winning instrument ensembles embarked on their annual performance tour. Winners of the 2018 “American Prize for Orchestra Performance,” the Symphony Orchestra, alongside the Jazz Ensemble, continued their 25+ year tradition of performing and promoting theirRead More