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George Saunders met with students in the Alumni House Sunroom 
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On Bowling Pins and Keeping One’s Head Out of One’s Ass: An Evening with George Saunders

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Thomas Waddill- Upon learning that I’ve been invited to a Q&A session with Conarroe Lecturer George Saunders, my roommate Matt alerts me to a line that Saunders wrote in his 2015 New Yorker article, “My Writing Education: A Time Line,” in which Saunders tells us that, in 1986, “Doug [Unger]Read More

The men's tennis team looks to lean on the leadership of Artem Khrapko '18 as their season starts to come into full force. Photo courtesy of Davidson Athletics

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Look Forward to Successful Spring

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Sam Thomas- Wildcat tennis is back in action and the ‘Cats have gotten their spring season off and running. The women have started at a blistering rate with a 3-2 start. Their two losses have come against the nation’s fifth-ranked team in UNC and in a nail-biting fashion against aRead More

Maggie Farrell '19 is a member of the school record holding 400 medley relay. She looks to have a big meet this week. Photo courtesy of Davidson Athletics

Swimming to Compete in A-10 Championships

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Will Jones- It’s that time of year again. The last home meet is over and the final tune-ups are being made as the Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving teams prepare to ship up to Geneva, Ohio, for the A-10 Conference Championships. This high octane, 4-day-long marathon that began thisRead More

Office Hours Best Way To Practice Eye Contact For Dates, Report Shows

Office Hours Best Way To Practice Eye Contact For Dates, Report Shows

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A new report from the Office of Basic Social Skills Students Should, Like, For SURE Already Have (OBSSSSLFSAH) shows strongly that students who struggle to make eye contact on dates can best fix that skill by going to professor’s office hours. “Honestly, for most people, your mom yells at youRead More

Self-Identifying Marxists Migrate to Main Street Summit in Effort to Avoid Influx of “Proletariat”

Self-Identifying Marxists Migrate to Main Street Summit in Effort to Avoid Influx of “Proletariat”

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Jeffrey Bloomington admitted to The Davidsonian staff that despite his exclusive reading of Russian literature and a cultivated “working class aesthetic,” the recent influx of “normies” into on campus Nummit has resulted in a decision to relocate to mainstreet summit. “Listen. I’m all for the proletariat. I consider myself aRead More