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College clarifies workload expectations

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Steffaney Wood Senior Staff Writer This semester, Davidson published its expectations for students’ workloads, defining them as “at least 48 total hours of academic work each week in a fifteen-week semester” for a four-course schedule. According to Registrar Angie Dewberry, these expectations are not new, but this is the firstRead More

Cross country impresses among strong field in Louisville

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Ethan Faust Sports Co-Editor Against some of the nation’s best teams, men’s cross country earned a 12th place finish out of 24 teams at the Greater Louisville Classic this past Saturday. Iona beat out Michigan, Louisville and Ole Miss for the overall team title. Led by Ryan Phillips ’16, whoseRead More

Football falls short against Valparaiso in heartbreaker

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Isaac Mervis Staff Writer Last Saturday at Richardson Stadium, the Wildcats took on Pioneer League opponent Valparaiso in an intense game that came down to the last drive. While Davidson lost 42-35, the team made significant strides. Valpo started the game off by scoring a touchdown in the opening threeRead More

Determined Derochie talks team, goals

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Lo Donato Staff Writer Captain Mikayla Derochie ’17 has been a two-year starter for the women’s volleyball team. Last season, the setter turned in 520 assists to average 6.05 per set, while chipping in 29 kills and 19 total blocks for the ‘Cats. Off the court, Derochie studies Biology, isRead More

The Theory of Evolution Does Not Believe in Texas

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In a controversial tweet posted yesterday morning, the Theory of Evolution announced that it did not, in fact, believe in Texas. Responding to a history lesson its son sat through on the Battle of the Alamo, Evolution tweeted, “I don’t want government conspiracies like this so-called “Texas” being taught toRead More