The Yowl

Thanksgiving Now Only Holiday Nation Must Pretend To Care About Before Christmas Arrives

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Halloween is finally over, and critical reviews have indicated that it was a relative success this year. Children and adults alike were reported to have mustered up just enough excitement to actually make the holiday slightly enjoyable. Of course, as is expected, it shies in comparison to the elated anticipationRead More

Administration Applauds Student For Spending Eight Semesters Abroad

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Davidson College has always been known for setting the standard for the true liberal arts experience, and in this coming spring semester Mark LaBeouf ‘16 will have exemplified this by spending his last eight semesters at Davidson abroad. This record-setting achievement can be credited to Davidson’s strong initiative to sendingRead More

Previously Unsuccessful ‘Star Wars’ Series Quickly Rising In Popularity

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It’s hard to ignore the hype surrounding this year’s upcoming films. Sisters, a flick about a broken family that learns to love each other, is expected to provide a breath of fresh air with its original comedic plotline. Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip, the fourth installment of theRead More

Davidson Overwhelmed As Families Unaffiliated With School Attend Family Weekend

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It’s a known fact that families of Davidson students look forward to enjoying Family Weekend at the College. However, news of this popular event has begun to spread far and wide. This year, Davidson saw a huge influx of visitors as families entirely unaffiliated with the school came to attendRead More

The Onion Founder Not Satirist; Actually Prophet

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Since its founding in 1989, “The Onion” has been touted as “America’s Finest News Source,” a tagline widely understood—at least until recently—to be a joke. Recently, however, mounting evidence has begun to suggest that the headlines of this fake news outlet may contain more truth than anyone had previously imagined.Read More