Archive for February, 2019

What We Wear: Ellie Kincaid ‘20

What We Wear: Ellie Kincaid ‘20

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I just wanna go back to 1999. I really like to thrift, and I get most of my clothes used because I’m trying to be more sustainable in my clothing choices and because it’s fun trying to find hidden gems, those clothes that a lot of people may have overlooked.Read More

Area Man Discovers Sum Total of Lost Human Knowledge in Base Libs

Area Man Discovers Sum Total of Lost Human Knowledge in Base Libs

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Sitting on a bed in the Health Center there is a shell that used to be a man. His name is Mike Calverton ‘20 and he has been here for four days. With special permission, The Yowl has been allowed to hear his story.  “I’d never been to base libsRead More

College Facing Banana Shortage Following Success of Davidson Banana Cam Account

College Facing Banana Shortage Following Success of Davidson Banana Cam Account

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KNOBLOCH CAMPUS CENTER –– ”It’s frickin’ anarchy, man,” exclaimed Davis Cafe employee Don McAvoy. “I’ve never seen such a spike in demand like this, not once in all my years here.” McAvoy, who has worked in the Davis Cafe for over a decade, has been busier than usual over theRead More

Local Unwashed Swell Water Bottle Named New Capital of Microbial Empire

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DAVIDSON – Originally thought to be little more than a colony comprised of a few errant microscopic organisms, the newly established capital of the Microbial Empire is flourishing in a local unwashed Swell water bottle. The bottle’s owner, at first planning to just “rinse it out till it doesn’t lookRead More

Charlotte Hosts NBA All-Star Weekend Post-HB2

Charlotte Hosts NBA All-Star Weekend Post-HB2

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Ben Pate ‘22 Staff Writer The NBA’s All-Star Weekend, last held in Charlotte in 1991, returned to the Queen City  this past weekend after a long hiatus, bringing with it legendary athletes, excited fans, and unfortunate memories of North Carolina’s recent political history. North Carolina’s Public Facilities Privacy and SecurityRead More