Archive for February, 2019

What We Wear: Allison Hoerler ‘20

What We Wear: Allison Hoerler ‘20

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I really like to thrift and find clothes I can alter or personalize according to my style.

10 Things To Do On Valentine’s Day: Single’s Edition

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1. Cry into your Maruchen ramen packets: Your tears of desperation and burning desire to not die alone will cook the ramen to sodium-saturated perfection. Perfect for a dinner for one.  2. Go on a Townie Tinder date: What better way to explore your sexual repression and parental issues thanRead More

Shadows of Students in  Hammocks Mark End of Winter

Shadows of Students in Hammocks Mark End of Winter

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CHAMBERS LAWN –– Punxsutawney who? For the 182nd straight year, Davidson College is not in need of a weaselly groundhog to forecast whether or not the campus will have six more weeks of winter.  Last Tuesday, numerous onlookers reported sightings of Chacos-wearing students around the perimeter of the lawn “studying”Read More

Men’s Basketball Falls to UMass

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Trap games (games against materially lesser opponents) are often a problem for NCAA tournament contending teams. They often catch good teams off guard and cause them to lose winnable games as a result of not putting in their best effort. This has been a particular problem for Davidson this yearRead More

Controversial Eating House Self-Selection Brings New Traditions

Controversial Eating House Self-Selection Brings New Traditions

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Caroline Roy ‘20 Features Editor For a day characterized by tradition, this year’s self-selection introduced some big changes that affected the schedule, the toppings, and the algorithm itself. Some of these changes, like staggering mealtimes at Commons, were intended to make the day more efficient. Others, like the use ofRead More