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What We Wear: Olivia Liccione ’19

What We Wear: Olivia Liccione ’19

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“The primary word I’d use to describe my style is ‘cute’–lots of pastel colors, skirts and dresses, and really girly prints and motifs.  My two biggest fashion inspirations are probably Japanese street fashion and 1940s and 1950s eras style.  It’s sort of an unlikely mashup, but one that lends itselfRead More

Sociology Class Analyzes Racism at Davidson

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The Performance of Wokeness.  That’s what I have been calling the act of expressing concern for social problems without making any effort to ameliorate or solve social problems.   When the Neo-Nazi commentary surfaced, the outpouring of concern and, for some, shock, was admirable.  It was also to be expected.Read More

What We Wear: Victor Ouko ’20

What We Wear: Victor Ouko ’20

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I did not really think through these outfits. The formal outfit was because I had an interview that morning. I shop for all my clothes once a year and most of the thinking is done then. I try to imagine what the year would look like and try get outfitsRead More

What We Wear: Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated

What We Wear: Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated

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Sticking to our chapter nickname as “Pretty Mean Pi Mu”, the brothers of the Pi Mu Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. pride themselves on dressing well. We encourage all members of the chapter to maintain a well-kept appearance as ambassadors for the “brand” of Kappa Alpha Psi onRead More

McGee Professor Sarah Perry ‘03: Reflections on Writing at Davidson

McGee Professor Sarah Perry ‘03: Reflections on Writing at Davidson

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Katie Walsh ’20 Editor-in-Chief I knew Sarah Perry ‘03 before I knew her. I knew her as a character, an incredibly articulate character full of terrifying solidity in the face of the violent murder and sexual assault of her mother, Crystal Perry, in 1994. I knew her to be full ofRead More