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Finding time: expected coursework hours don’t compute

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Megan Feichtel I would have written this a while ago, but I didn’t have the time. My best friend was in a car accident on Wednesday coming back from a graduate school interview. As she sat there waiting to be removed from her mangled car, we asked if there wasRead More

Empowering people to overcome food deserts near Davidson

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Alston Lee Lippert & Nicky Oyedepo “Food desert?” she asks, and as a look of confusion settled across her face I could almost picture the question mark in the middle of her furrowed brow. Before being given the chance to respond, a friend to my left laughed and attempted toRead More

Field hockey on path toward postseason in bounce-back year

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Ian Roberton Staff Writer While its season has certainly not been defined by overwhelming consistency, as evidenced by its 8-8 record, women’s field hockey has won when it matters most. With a 5-2 record in Atlantic 10 play and just one remaining conference match against UMass, the Wildcats are secondRead More

Swimming sweeps Georgetown as freshmen blossom

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Isaac Mervis Staff Writer This past weekend at Charles A. Cannon Pool, Davidson’s men’s and women’s swim teams swept the Georgetown Hoyas with scores of 171-127 and 166-132, respectively. The teams were led by Luke Burton ’16 and Elise Lankiewicz ’17, who both went undefeated on the day. Burton furtheredRead More

The Onion Founder Not Satirist; Actually Prophet

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Since its founding in 1989, “The Onion” has been touted as “America’s Finest News Source,” a tagline widely understood—at least until recently—to be a joke. Recently, however, mounting evidence has begun to suggest that the headlines of this fake news outlet may contain more truth than anyone had previously imagined.Read More