Archive for September, 2019

A Loss of Connection: New Technology is Not Always the Best Option

A Loss of Connection: New Technology is Not Always the Best Option

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Liam Stiefel ’20 Like many returning students, I came to the Union at the beginning of the semester to find that the wheels of progress had arrived at Davis Café in the form of touch-screen ordering.  Taken in by the shine of the new screen, I tapped through the promptsRead More

Reactions to Walking See Flower

Reactions to Walking See Flower

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One of the many functions of public art is to disrupt the environment in which it is placed and to contribute to the interactions that already exists between objects and people in a given space. In the last decades Davidson has made an effort to bring more sculpture to campus,Read More

“Canada, eh?” Ambitious Introductory Foreign  Language Program Seeks to Redefine ‘Immersion’

“Canada, eh?” Ambitious Introductory Foreign Language Program Seeks to Redefine ‘Immersion’

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45.5017° N, 73.5673° W — Imagine waking up in an RV with seven other Davidson students. The curiously strong smell of fresh bread hitting your nostrils, the faint chatter of Canadian French in the background, 1,000 Canadian dollars in your pocket, and a mission to find your way home withRead More

Hall Counselor’s Legitimacy Questioned After Hosting Board Game Night without Chutes & Ladders

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FIRST BELK — Describing it as a “total lapse in judgement,” First Belk hall counselor Drew Arello ‘21 told The Yowl that he worries he may never regain the respect and admiration of his freshmen after failing to bring Milton Bradley’s beloved “Chutes and Ladders” to a hall board gameRead More

Campus Officials Unveil Totally Original Plan To Combat Migration of First Year Students to Armfield

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After repeated violations of campus policies and a recent surge in criminal behavior at Davidson’s esteemed party swamp, F, college administrators have begun floating a drastic solution to combat what it calls an “under-age drinking crisis.” The plan: to build a wall around F, and make the students pay forRead More