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Scholastic Spotlight: First Year Rushee to Examine What the Move is Tonight for WRI 101 Final Paper

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CHAMBERS 1234 — Describing the subject matter of his study as “groundbreaking, potentially historic, and previously unexplored in academia,” first-year student Brett Murray ‘22 explained to his Writing 101 classmates on Monday that his final paper would investigate the timeless question that has eluded the world’s greatest social scientists forRead More

Outlook Alignment Chart

Outlook Alignment Chart

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Disclaimer: The Yowl is not attempting to usurp the meme page by producing this graphic. Without giving ourselves too much credit, one of our editors birthed the meme page as his brain child into the Davidson social sphere like the altruistic comedy god he is (EJ we miss you whereRead More

Student Health Center to launch rehabilitation program for users of “Lo-Fi Beats”

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DAVIDSON, NC —According to a recent report published by the Center for Disease Control, college students throughout the nation have been experimenting with a potent new category of drugs known as “Lo-fi Beats.” Known by such names as “Chillhop,” “Jazzy Beats,” or just “Lo-Fi,” this drug is reported to causeRead More

Horoscopes That Won’t Have Any Bearing   On Your Life, But It’s What The People Want

Horoscopes That Won’t Have Any Bearing On Your Life, But It’s What The People Want

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Gemini: From the post-office worker who claims not to have your package (even though they definitely f*cking have it back there I saw the tracking notification) to the frat boy who you caught feelings for, this week is going to suck your soul out of your body faster than yourRead More

Above:  Area Man seen yacking his brains out after a scrumptious meal at V-ending

Food Review: V-ending Machine

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EH LITTLE LIBRARY –– Rated the number 15 best food establishment within the greater Charlotte area by The Pines’s critically-acclaimed, bimonthly foodie magazine, Elderly Eats, the E.H. Little Library’s first floor restaurant, “V-ending,” by all means matched its famous reputation. Sporting a seasonal menu, the library’s premier gastropub offered aRead More