Archive for November, 2019

Visual Review: Macbeth

Visual Review: Macbeth

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Music and Worship: Creating an Environment Through Healing

Music and Worship: Creating an Environment Through Healing

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My sophomore year at Davidson was marred by months of stress, anxiety, and panic attacks—things I hadn’t struggled much with previously. The source of those worries varied daily, and I never felt like I had a secure base to stand on. I’d grown up in a Christian family and stillRead More

Reevaluate Your Reasons for Opposing Governor John Kasich’s Visit

Reevaluate Your Reasons for Opposing Governor John Kasich’s Visit

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Evan Bille ’20 In the interest of transparency and shameless promotion, I am writing this response to last week’s article, “John Kasich to Visit Campus in November Thanks to CPE, ATC,” to contextualize some of the details mentioned in the article.  So if last week’s article about the former governorRead More

“I’m Tired”: A Response to the Offensive Halloween Costumes

“I’m Tired”: A Response to the Offensive Halloween Costumes

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Jennifer Thompson ’20 Everyone wants a reaction to the recent Instagram post in which white Davidson students dressed as “thugged” out inmates. Everyone wants the black students to react. Everyone wants to hear why the costumes were wrong. And everyone is waiting on the administration for a response, a punishment,Read More

‘Catfood: The Davis Cafe Can’t Replace Union Station

‘Catfood: The Davis Cafe Can’t Replace Union Station

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Ross Hickman ‘22 and Lyra Seaborn ‘22 Staff Writers Ten years ago, Steph Curry and friends declared their dining spot of choice with the smash YouTube bop, “I Love Commons.” However, there’s no denying that the Davis Café—simply referred to by students as Union—has an equally loyal fan base. Every day,Read More