Arts & Culture

The Pleasure Pod

The Pleasure Pod

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Kaitlin Barkley ‘20 Podcast Correspondent It is just another Friday night and I am sitting at my desk finishing up the last section of my hair. Summer Walker is in the background singing about how we cannot trust these men, and Bry Reed, in her usual spot, is spread outRead More

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

A Reflection on Limitless Africans

A Reflection on Limitless Africans

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Bry Reed ‘20 Art Correspondent For some artists, their work is a journey in search of themselves. For others, their work is an adventure in creating the future they want to see. For Mikael Owunna, a Swedish-Nigerian artist from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, his art is a reclamation project for queer Africans.Read More

“I wouldn’t say I’m an Artist but…” Ben Caldwell ‘21

“I wouldn’t say I’m an Artist but…” Ben Caldwell ‘21

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When I start a drawing, I usually try not to think about what it’s going to look like when it’s done. If I start with a plan, the whole process inevitably turns frustrating or boring. I’d rather not to know what’s going to happen next. The quality of the finishedRead More