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State of Concussions: From the Editor’s Desk

Max Pearson ’22 Sports Editor Concussions are one of the most contentious topics in sports today. The National Football League (NFL) owners introduced new helmet regulations last year in response to a league-high 291 diagnosed concussions in the 2017-2018 season. This figure may be as a result of better systemsRead More

Restaurant Review:  Ferrucci’s Old Time Italian Market

Restaurant Review: Ferrucci’s Old Time Italian Market

Michael Hall ‘19 Restaurant Critic When graciously asked by the new Davidsonian editing regime which restaurant I’d like to review this past week, I chose the one restaurant near Davidson I can never seem to visit enough: Ferrucci’s Old Tyme Italian Market. This deli, in an era of vilified nitratesRead More

Engagement with the Archive

Ellie Kincaid ‘20 and Cole Thornton ‘21 Lecture Correspondents At a symposium hosting some of the leading scholars on slavery and violence in the archive, all the panelists agreed on one thing: the archives are important. The conference touched on issues ranging from minstrelsy to monuments, engaging the audience ofRead More

What We Wear: Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated

What We Wear: Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated

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

BREAKING: Numerous High-Profile Actors from Classic 80s and 90s Sitcoms Applied to Become “Davidson Game Changers” over the Past Decade

The college admissions scandal that has sent shockwaves throughout the country, while certainly wide in its scope, was believed to be confined to only a few postsecondary institutions around the country––that is, until now. A recent investigation by The Yowl reveals that several high-profile actors and actresses from iconic 1980sRead More