Archive for September, 2019

Plurality Has to be the Future of Politics

Plurality Has to be the Future of Politics

Kieran Clark ’22 Since high school, I’ve been aware that neither of the labels Republican or Democrat quite fit me.  Despite being heavily involved in politics from a relatively young age, I’ve always found a certain discontent with the bipartisan system that has dominated our country for so long.  WhileRead More

We Do Not Have Time to Talk Unproductively About Guns

We Do Not Have Time to Talk Unproductively About Guns

Cadie McNaboe ’22 Guns are one of the most divisive topics in America today. There is extensive discussion on guns and gun violence, but the current conversation has gone absolutely nowhere.  Civil discourse in our country is fleeing; polarization is on the rise. It seems to be that people haveRead More

“I wouldn’t say I’m an Artist, but…” Manny Abiad ‘21

“I wouldn’t say I’m an Artist, but…” Manny Abiad ‘21

When I was packing the car to move into Davidson I had to choose between squeezing either my Spikeball set or my viola into my car. I left my viola without hesitation. I had been playing viola since I was 11 and had played in ensembles all throughout middle andRead More

Winthrop takes on Davidson in non-conference women's soccer action at Eagle Field on Sunday, August 25, 2019 in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

Women’s Soccer Seniors Lead Talented Freshmen Class

Varun Maheshwari‘23 Sports Writer The women’s soccer team, eager to prove themselves after their disappointing 2018 season, is off to a significantly better start with strong leadership from upperclassmen and a solid foundation from the freshman class. The team started off with a 2-0 record, beating Gardner-Webb at home andRead More

Vaping-Related Illnesses Heighten Concerns

Vaping-Related Illnesses Heighten Concerns

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Drew Eastland ‘21  Sports Editor On July 26th, 17-year-old Tryston Zohfeld woke up vomiting and having trouble breathing. He was rushed to the hospital, where a blockage in his lungs caused doctors to intubate him, according to a CBS News article.  Zohfeld spent a total of 18 days in theRead More