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Math Major, Geometry Addict Seen Printing Pictures of “Cubes” By Horrified Tour Group

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Monday morning, a math major who will remain anonymous was seen printing out pictures of various lewd images of cubes to the horror of a passing tour group of prospective students. “At first I couldn’t be sure what he was looking at, but sure enough, there was this cring-y littleRead More

Recently installed in front of Duke Residence Hall, this sculpture is part of furniture designer Vivian Beer's series "Anchored Candy." Photo by Hannah Dugan '21

New Sculptures Added to Davidson’s Growing Collection

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By: Emma Brentjens ’21 Staff Writer The sculptures on Davidson’s campus have become deeply ingrained in our lives. We walk past them everyday, yet many of us know little about them. However, we recognize their presence on campus when they are removed, such as the beloved Waves III outside Chambers,Read More

90s Kids Rejoice! Union Board Announces Sebastian the Crab as Spring Concert Headliner

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Following increased student body pressure, Union Board has finally announced that the headliner of the 2018 Annual Spring Concert is none other than beloved reggae superstar Sebastian the Crab. “The interest survey we sent out last month yielded the usual completely unreasonable suggestions, you know, The Cantina Band, The SoggyRead More

Harris Teeter, #Don’tHidePlanB

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By: Kristen Sands ’18 We all know and love Anthony Foxx, Clint Smith, Steph Curry and other high-achieving past Davidson students and alumni. But have you heard of Dr. James Trussell? Dr. Trussell ‘71 was an essential contributor to the development of the emergency contraceptive pill. Emergency contraceptive pills –Read More

Coach Bob McKillop led Davidson to the A-10 Championship during a tough year for college basketball, as other schools across the nation faced FBI investigations into their programs. Photo by Mitchell Leff (Atlantic 10 Conference Facebook page)

Wildcats’ Basketball Coaches, Players Reflect on State of Division I Basketball Amid NCAA Probe

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By: Olive Daniels ’19 Co-Editor in Chief Will the FBI be probing Davidson’s athletic department anytime soon, searching for signs of NCAA rule violation? Probably not. The University of Arizona, however, is on edge; as are North Carolina State University, the University of Kentucky, and the University of Louisville [1,Read More