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Lady Gaga resurrects American Horror Story?

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Jacob Hege Staff Writer For the avid American Horror Story (AHS) fan, each new season of the anthology series comes with a feeling of excitement and hesitation. Hesitation because with each new season of the series, it seems the quality only decreases. However unanimous this idea may be within theRead More

Writers discuss truth versus fact in literary arts

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Melanie Reimer Staff Writer On Monday, four distinguished literary artists gathered to discuss the ethics of literature in an event titled The Good Writer: Literary Ethics & the Literary Artist. Located in Chambers Hance Auditorium and co-sponsored by the Vann Center for Ethics and the English Department, the panel discussionRead More

Q&A: Founding editor of “The Onion” on his career in comedy

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Scott Dikkers, founding editor of the satirical publication “The Onion,” is on campus tonight to speak in the Lilly Gallery. The Yowl, Davidson’s own satirical voice, caught up with Dikkers prior to his visit. The former editor spoke about getting into comedy, how “The Onion” became big, and why he lovesRead More

Sustainability Week to engage campus in environmental responsibility

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Steffaney Wood Senior Staff Writer Sustainability Week will take place during the last week of October and is part of an international initiative known as Campus Sustainability Month. With a focus on food and sustainability, the week features Common Hour lectures from Environmental Studies faculty, behind-the- scenes tours of VailRead More

Public education expert calls for racial equality in educational opportunities

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AJ Naddaff Guest Contributor On Thursday evening, education veteran Jonathan Kozol came to Davidson College to speak on his life and work in activism on behalf of social justice causes, specifically educational opportunity. Mr. Kozol has been fighting for racial equality in the public school systems for the past 50Read More