Arts & Culture

Lewis’s economic literacy meets McKay’s humor in “The Big Short”

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Erin Golden Staff Writer Michael Lewis and Adam McKay were an unlikely duo, much like the characters in “The Big Short.” Michael Lewis is a well-respected financial journalist and economist. Although an entertaining and compelling writer, in no way is he a comedy writer. However, Adam McKay, famous for “StepRead More

Dress rehearsal of “Eurydice” proves to be promising

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Colleen Karlovich Staff Writer The Davidson community is in for a treat this week, as the first Theatre Department performance of the 2016, “Eurydice,” opens today. It will run through Sunday, February 21. “Eurydice,” written by Sarah Ruhl, is a heart-wrenching tale of a heroine named Eurydice, who is playedRead More

Greek Apocalypse Step Show showcases student talent

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Crystal Ibarra Staff Writer The 10th annual Davidson College Greek Apocalypse Step Show was held on Saturday night in the Duke Family Performance Hall. The atmosphere prior to the show was lively, with some audience members cheering and chanting. Comdiean Jay Dukes, the host, opened with various jokes ranging fromRead More

Ilana Lubitsch captivates audience in “An Evening of Love Songs”

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Jacob Hege Staff Writer This past weekend on Saturday night, Ilana Lubitsch, Adjunct Voice Professor, gave a beautiful recital in Tyler-Tallman Hall. The performance, entitled “An Evening of Love Songs,” featured several classical love songs as well as a selection of music theatre pieces, all accompanied by Music professor Dr.Read More

In VAC exhibit, artist blends figural, realism, and abstract

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Colleen Karlovich Staff Writer Looking for something new? Looking for something fun to do while staying on campus? Looking for a way to expand your horizons? I invite you to see the amazing exhibition of Kent Williams’s art, “Native Bone and Far to Home.” The exhibit, on display through DecemberRead More