Arts & Culture

Cartoonist Richard Farrell ‘22 Explores “Visual Storytelling“

Cartoonist Richard Farrell ‘22 Explores “Visual Storytelling“

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Richard Farrell ‘22 Art Correspondent The Visual Storytelling Workshop, led by writer, artist, and Davidson alumna Ali Fitzgerald ‘04, was an interactive exploration of the phenomenon of visual narrative. From the Homecoming currently in the VAC, to the Zine Fest being held in early April, this workshop is one ofRead More

Homecoming: VAC Celebrates 25 Years

Homecoming: VAC Celebrates 25 Years

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Carolina Adams ‘19 Art Correspondent Asking directions to the Davidson College Art Galleries over twenty-five years ago would have sent you to Chambers, where the College’s “exhibition space” consisted of a dark, cramped hallway located in the basement of the building. My own art history professors love to recount storiesRead More

Restaurant Review:  Ferrucci’s Old Time Italian Market

Restaurant Review: Ferrucci’s Old Time Italian Market

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Michael Hall ‘19 Restaurant Critic When graciously asked by the new Davidsonian editing regime which restaurant I’d like to review this past week, I chose the one restaurant near Davidson I can never seem to visit enough: Ferrucci’s Old Tyme Italian Market. This deli, in an era of vilified nitratesRead More

Engagement with the Archive

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Ellie Kincaid ‘20 and Cole Thornton ‘21 Lecture Correspondents At a symposium hosting some of the leading scholars on slavery and violence in the archive, all the panelists agreed on one thing: the archives are important. The conference touched on issues ranging from minstrelsy to monuments, engaging the audience ofRead More

Urban Bush Women

Urban Bush Women

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Lorena James ’21 Staff Writer In late February, Davidson had the great pleasure of hosting Urban Bush Women (UBW), a Brooklyn-based dance company founded in 1984. Their mission is to spread the undertold and underrepresented stories in American society.  UBW focuses on the stories of African-American women; as an African-AmericanRead More