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This Week in Panels: Union Board Holds Panel to Discuss 2019-2020 Panel Series “Secondhand Panels”

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900 ROOM –– This past weekend, the Union Board held a panel to discuss a new weekly series coming to campus next fall. The series is titled “Secondhand Panels” and will take place on Friday evenings at 8 P.M. in The 900 Room.  Every Friday, the panel will feature 6Read More

TurboTax® Expands Services, Enters Course Selection Market with Proprietary TurboTreeTM Software

TurboTax® Expands Services, Enters Course Selection Market with Proprietary TurboTreeTM Software

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA –– This tax season, the nation’s most widely-used online filing service has expanded its typical offerings. In a press release published last Wednesday, TurboTax® announced its new TurboTreeTM package, which is tailored directly to the needs of students at Davidson. Each year, millions of Americans take advantageRead More

Self-Absorbed Sophomore Exhibits Symptoms of Finals Week Martyr Complex Three Weeks Early

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E.H. LITTLE LIBRARY –– On Saturday, April 6th at 4:15 PM, Kelly Lance ‘21 was found by her friends at the first round table on the entry level of E.H. Little Library. When Lance’s friends discovered her, they were too late. Kelly Lance has been officially diagnosed as the firstRead More

Loyalties Questioned As Hardee’s CEO Seen Pocketing Leftover Chick-fil-A Nuggets After YAF Event

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900 ROOM –– Shockwaves reverberated across the American fast-food industry on Monday as Anthony Popper, former CEO of the middling restaurant chain Hardee’s, was seen shoveling large quantities of leftover Chick-fil-A nuggets into his inner suit jacket pockets following a speaking engagement hosted by the Davidson College chapter of YoungRead More

Student Mesmerized By Sublimity of Carrigan  Farms Waterfall Probably Needs to Get Out More

Student Mesmerized By Sublimity of Carrigan Farms Waterfall Probably Needs to Get Out More

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E.H. LITTLE LIBRARY –– Uproarious laughter quickly turned to unsettling concern this past Tuesday on the first floor of the library as the friends of Pete Danderson ‘20 realized that their classmate was not joking in the slightest when he spoke of how excited he was to attend an EatingRead More