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Restaurant Review: Sangam

Restaurant Review: Sangam

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Michael Hall ’19 Restaurant Critic Despite Vail Commons’ innate allure, Sangam Indian Cuisine appears to be where true buffet-devotees go to dine. Saturday at one in the afternoon, my friends and I entered Sangam to a packed dining room with uniformed waiters careening between tables. The general hum of theRead More

Watson Walls

Watson Walls

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Owen Keefer ‘20 Art Correspondent Next time you are in your room, look at the color on your wall. If you’re lucky, you might be greeted with a light blue, but chances are a dull beige stares right back at you. Though color neutrality allows for more decoration and personalization,Read More

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Henry Stockwell ‘19 Film Critic In anticipation of the Oscars coming up later this month, Davidsonian contributor Henry Stockwell will be writing about some of his favorite films of 2018 over the course of the next few weeks. In the absence of Game of Thrones, and with no other televisionRead More

Bryce Vine performs at Frolics 2017. Photo by Emilie Uffman '19

Prime Time and Pig Vigils: Who The F*** is Bryce Vine?

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  Ahead of his February 9th concert in Charlotte, Davidsonian Editors-in-Chief Olivia Daniels ‘19 and Laura Dunnagan ‘19 caught up with Bryce Vine to talk about writing, being a millenial artist, and how his career has transformed since performing at Frolics 2017.   To start, how do you approach writingRead More

Jazz Cats Welcome Old Friend

Jazz Cats Welcome Old Friend

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Matt Bell ‘19 Staff writer The Davidson College Jazz Ensemble (DCJE) took the stage at the Duke Family Performance Hall for their annual January concert featuring a guest alumnus. The first half of their performance consisted of the music that the Ensemble played on their tour during winter break andRead More