Arts & Culture

Getting creative: this year’s Halloween do’s and don’ts

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Jacob Hege Staff Writer October 31st is this Saturday, and we all know what that means: HALLOWEEN! Objectively the best holiday ever (who doesn’t love free candy?). You’ve probably had your costume planned for weeks, months, or even years! Or, you’re like me and you totally forgot that Halloween isRead More

Dancing Through the Decades fights hunger

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Colleen Karlovich Staff Writer Looking for a fun Wednesday night full of homemade baked goods and the swooning sound of the Generals? Or what about a court party but with ice cream? Come on down to Rusk’s Dancing Through the Decades tonight at 9 p.m. cohosted with Fiji, SigEp, theRead More

Lady Gaga resurrects American Horror Story?

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Jacob Hege Staff Writer For the avid American Horror Story (AHS) fan, each new season of the anthology series comes with a feeling of excitement and hesitation. Hesitation because with each new season of the series, it seems the quality only decreases. However unanimous this idea may be within theRead More

Reinventing an Ancient Greek play by Aristophanes

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Sidney Fox Staff Writer Looking for something fun, yet “edgy” to take your parents to during Family Weekend? Then you should buy tickets to “The Birds,” the theatre department’s first main stage performance this Fall, playing October 21-25. “The Birds” is “unlike any other show I’ve done at Davidson,” saidRead More

Review: “The Intern” challenges gender norms

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Jacob Hege Staff Writer Steered by Anne Hathaway’s sweet persona and Robert De Niro’s reserved, friendly demeanor, The Intern falls just short of a classic hit. Like many of director Nancy Meyers’ movies, the conflicts presented in “The Intern” focus around the home sphere, despite the business setting. Jules OstinRead More