"Performing Shakespeare," a seminar regularly taught at Davidson College by Dana Professor of English Cynthia Lewis, has been reimagined for the airwaves.
JP Craven has formed a team for this year's race to raise funds for the Boston Medical Center out of appreciation for the life-saving care he received.
A year ago JP Craven ‘11 was waiting for his father at the Boston Marathon finish line when an explosion went off, knocking him to the ground and leaving him with a head injury. Since the incident, he has formed a team for this year’s race to raise funds for the Boston Medical Center out of appreciation for the life-saving care he received. Craven’s team of eight is currently the leading team among 178 runners, with more than $145,000 raised and a goal of $175,000 by Monday.
It can be tough to choose from among the many offerings on the Davidson campus calendar, but it’s always worth poking around there. Recently, I gravitated toward a couple of talks sponsored by the college’s Dean Rusk International Studies Program, a result of that office’s partnership with the Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting’s Campus Consortium. • Dracula tourism in Romania pique your [...]