Archive for February, 2019

What We Wear: Susannah Cate ’20 and Jake Carver ’21

What We Wear: Susannah Cate ’20 and Jake Carver ’21

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Susannah: “I’m not really inspired by any one person or people, but I definitely do pay attention to trends; right now, I’m excited that vintage fashion—in terms of 90’s and 80’s styles—is very prevalent. I do a lot of my shopping at thrift or second-hand stores so this kind ofRead More

Another One Bites The Dust: Yowl Editor Now a Total F*cking Sell Out

Another One Bites The Dust: Yowl Editor Now a Total F*cking Sell Out

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26-Time Yowl editor of the month, Katie Walsh, announced last Tuesday via a humble-brag instagram post that she would be taking over as Davidsonian Editor-in-Chief following a luxurious career in satirical writing. Despite being completely unqualified to write anything that is not complete bullshit-ery, Walsh will be making her transitionRead More

Automatons, AcoustixTM, and Aggressive Entrepreneurship: The Yowl Takes a Tour of the Hub

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DELBURG ST –– After refusing to answer my repeated emails for nearly a semester and a half, the folks at the Jay Hurt Hub finally agreed to grant me, The Yowl’s Head of Technology, Computers, and That Kind of Stuff, a tour of the now fully operational Center for InnovationRead More

Area Chiropractor to Launch Ingenious New Campaign with Curry

Area Chiropractor to Launch Ingenious New Campaign with Curry

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DAVIDSON –– Multiple sources have reported that Steph Curry ‘TBD has purchased tickets for next year’s home basketball game against VCU in the back right corner of Section 112. The seating not only provides a unique viewing angle of the court, but also a unique opportunity for a business ventureRead More

Coal Ash: A Growing Environmental Concern in NC

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Julia Knoerr ‘21 Senior Staff Writer While coal ash often gains recognition for its improper storage methods, large spills, and toxic components, North Carolina’s slow steps to implement site closures offer insight into the political power of the state’s bureaucratic energy monopoly.  In January 2019, the North Carolina Department ofRead More