Living Davidson

“It is more than a show; it is a feeling”

“It is more than a show; it is a feeling”

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Uyen Nguyen – Deeply rooted in the history of the African- American slave trade, black gospel music can be traced back to the 17th century, when African slaves brought their unique musical heritage to America and combined it with the new faith—Christianity. As a person who had never listened toRead More

A Midsummer’s Night Contemporary Twist

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Julian Bertini – From October 26th through October 30th, The Davidson Theater Department presented Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” with a modern twist. It incorporated hip-hop themes, the LGBTQ+ community, and was deeply inspired by the Black Lives Matters movement. One learned from the playbill handed out at the beginningRead More

Fork!’s Farm-To-Table Dining Redefines New American Cuisine

Fork!’s Farm-To-Table Dining Redefines New American Cuisine

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Mary Porter –  Chef Tim Groody, who made his name in the Charlotte food scene over fifteen years ago, is deeply passionate about allowing food to speak for itself, which is why his style of farm-to-table dining has been his trademark ever since his childhood years in Long Island. ChefRead More

Staff Spotlight: Eva Alvarez, Vail Commons

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Emma Johnson – For those of you Commons-goers, Eva is a familiar face. Her smile greets you as you swipe in, making you feel welcomed and loved. Somehow, she remembers the things going on in your life even though she talks to hundreds of students a day. Eva is aRead More

“Waves III” as Told by Davidson Students

“Waves III” as Told by Davidson Students

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Parker Smith and Alexandra Zirinis – Parker: This sculpture makes me feel like I have spent a long night of studying in preparation for a final exam. The numbers and class material are crammed into my mind, and I just sit and take it all in. The location of thisRead More