Archive for April, 2019

Baseball Builds Momentum as Tournament Approaches

Baseball Builds Momentum as Tournament Approaches

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James Reilly ‘21 Sports Writer Despite an impressive roster and high expectations, the baseball season has not been perfect for the Wildcats. After a strong start, the ‘Cats have struggled through a grueling midseason stretch which saw them suffer a seven-game losing streak and stretched the roster thin. However, itRead More

Athlete Feature: Megan Scholvinck ‘19 Serving

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Patrick Danielson ‘21  Sports Writer The sport of tennis runs through the blood of Megan Scholvinck ‘19. The senior, from Mill Valley, California, has been immersed in high level tennis since birth. From a young age, her mother, a former professional tennis player, exposed her to high level coaching fromRead More

An Evening with Pat Metheny

An Evening with Pat Metheny

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Lucas Weals ‘19 Music Correspondent On a June night in 1965, Wes Montgomery took the stage with the Wynton Kelly Trio at the Half Note Club in New York City to play a jazz set. Listening to a live record of that forty-minute performance now, in 2019, it’s still easyRead More

Food Review: President’s House

Food Review: President’s House

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Michael Hall ‘20 Restaurant Critic Dishes from the Senior’s dinner at the President’s House. Photos by Michael Hall. Forever nearby yet elusive, Davidson College President Carol Quillen is at times shrouded in an aura of mystery and awe. The idea of every senior having dinner at her house may beRead More

Adminstration: Africana Studies Needs Support

Adminstration: Africana Studies Needs Support

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Ricardo Pinnock ’22  Phoebe Son Oh ’22 Photos by Olivia Forrester ‘22 A few weeks ago, a current Africana Studies major came into a room full of interested freshmen and gave a brief, though incomplete, rundown of the things transpiring within the Africana Studies department as a warning not to declareRead More