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Ball or life: Belford decides to hang it up after 5th concussion

Ball or life: Belford decides to hang it up after 5th concussion

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Tait Jensen Senior Staff Writer For many basketball players, there is an adage that basketball is life. But for Davidson’s Jake Belford ’16, a healthy life comes before basketball. After suffering the fifth concussion of his career in early December, the senior forward has decided to hang up the shoesRead More

Athlete’s Corner: Why athletics have a place on campus

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Daniel Samet Guest Writer I recognize that college sports might not have the most favorable impression right now. In recent years, they have received their fair share of negative press. From allegations that the University of Louisville men’s basketball program hired escorts for recruits to the academic fraud case atRead More

Tenders Manufactures Controversy to Fuel More Talk-Backs Sponsored By Tenders

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Following a month-long investigation, The Yowl has discovered evidence of a conspiracy infiltrating the highest levels of the Davidson administration. Tenders, the popular Cornelius fried-chicken restaurant, has worked over the course of several years to incite a litany of controversies and communal debates at Davidson, boosting their sales through school-sponsoredRead More

Santa Lobbies for Trans-Pacific Partnership To Aid in Annual Transport of Presents

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The ever-rising human population is causing problems for nearly every international industry, but one long-standing business tycoon is making clear efforts to combat the issue. Sources close to officials high up within the ranks of the Trans-Pacific Partner- ship (TPP) have leaked some big news: Santa Claus is coming toRead More

Urban resettlement exposes Angola’s neglect of social programs

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Daniel Black Luanda, Angola–In 2006, thousands of residents of Gika and Chicala were told that their neigborhoods would be bulldozed and the land redeveloped, and that they’d be resettled in Zango, a yet-to-be constructed subdivision 20 kilometers south of Luanda’s central business district. Not everyone was devastated. The government offeredRead More