Archive for March, 2019

Davidson takes on George Washington in A10 men's basketball action at Belk Arena on Wednesday, January 23, 2019 in Davidson, North Carolina.

Men’s Basketball Falls in A10 Semifinal

James Reilly ’21 Sports Correspondent Davidson Men’s Basketball entered Friday’s A10 tournament as the second seed, vying for the automatic NCAA tournament bid that comes with a conference title. The ‘Cats took on the tenth-seeded Hawks of Saint Joseph’s, a team with whom they split the season series, in theRead More

Quillen and the College Should Promote Free Speech

Quillen and the College Should Promote Free Speech

Lizzie Kane ’22 Being Jewish, I felt endangered by the tweets the Davidson student, who is no longer on campus, allegedly posted this past fall. They were homophobic, racist, and anti-Semitic. The student posted pictures of the Ku Klux Klan and said she wished she could go back to theirRead More

Peer Admissions Data Hack Heightens Cybersecurity Concerns

Peer Admissions Data Hack Heightens Cybersecurity Concerns

Julia Knoerr ‘21 Senior Staff Writer The college application process connotes privacy and confidentiality. However, recent admissions data hacks of several prestigious liberal arts colleges highlighted the increasingly high stress, competitive nature of this process by monetizing applicants’ information. In early March, applicants to Grinnell, Oberlin, and Hamilton Colleges receivedRead More

Students Lament Lack of Late Night Food Options

Students Lament Lack of Late Night Food Options

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Emma Brentjens ‘21 Staff Writer The mention of late night food on campus during the SGA elections this year has brought attention to students’ current options, primarily Davis Café, Summit Coffee Outpost, and Union Board events like After Midnight. Many students, including Amanda Lee ‘21 and Elayna Daniels ‘21 haveRead More

Salem News Student-Athlete Nominee Dylan Mann, Masconomet Regional High School. Mann, a two-sport standout for the Chieftans (Football and Lacrosse), who's favorite subject is Science, also is a member of the SERT program at Masconomet. He will take the second half of a certification test later this spring, while also playing midfield in lacrosse. Mann was named to the Super 26 Team for the State of Massachusetts and CAL MVP in his senior football season. David Le/Salem News

Student-Athletes to Form Labor Union, Demand Compensation for Big-Little Deliveries

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BAKER SPORTS COMPLEX BASEMENT – On Monday, March 19th The Yowl was given exclusive press access to a meeting held in the basement of the Baker Sports Complex. Davidson student-athletes have formed a union to establish a set cross-sport rate for big-little deliveries. Track star, Mark Peterson ‘20, took chargeRead More