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Brenda Tapia served as a mentor and mother figure for many Black youth as the head of the Davidson College Love of Learning program. Now, her name will forever be linked to another program that lifts up children—The Brenda Tapia CDF (Children’s Defense Fund) Freedom Schools®. Learn more.
Learn more about how Stephen and Ayesha Curry, founders of the Eat. Learn. Play. Foundation, are helping Davidson College to meet students’ needs.
Davidson College thanks employees for their extraordinary efforts in keeping students safe and campus open during pandemic.
Learn more about a Davidson College alumna who embodied service and selflessness. #LiveLikeLeeAnn
CBS News recently featured Davidson College student Linden Patterson, a member of the class of 2025, for combining her passion for tennis and helping others.
Davidson College alum Liz Clasen-Kelly '00 was recently interviewed in SouthPark Magazine as CEO of Roof Above, Charlotte's leading nonprofit for ending homelessness.
Southern Living recently featured a story about a fruitful partnership between The Farm at Davidson and FeedNC, a Mooresville food bank.
Many families have struggled through the pandemic. Davidson College’s Farm has stocked the FEEDNC food pantry with fresh, organic produce for those most in need.
In a year that brought a pandemic, nationwide protests and a brighter spotlight on racial inequities and injustice, Davidson College students came together to create a mural with a simple, powerful slogan of the ongoing social justice movement: BLACK LIVES MATTER.
The Carnegie Foundation this week recognized Davidson College’s success in reaching off campus and into the community. The century-old foundation, devoted to erasing educational inequities, has awarded Davidson its Community Engagement Classification.
It started as a heroes of history project.
On Friday afternoons, Kenzie Bell’s students in the Ada Jenkins Center’s after-school program would learn about people who changed history, and then create posters to hang on the classroom wall.
Barings, one of the world’s leading financial services firms, today announced a three-year partnership with Davidson College that will provide students with research, training, mentorship, and community service opportunities.