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Davidson College appoints former head men’s basketball coach Bob McKillop as first Leader-in-Residence. Learn more.
Davidson College Prof. Cynthia Lewis reflects on the many talents of the students, faculty and staff members she has encountered in more than four decades of teaching. Learn more.
Davidson College students take action to raise awareness of human rights abuses in Iran. Learn more.
A letter from President Douglas Hicks published in the Fall/Winter 2022 issue of the Davidson Journal.
Stephen Curry '10 and Davidson College former Head Men's Basketball Coach Bob McKillop share a relationship built on the tenets of McKillop's "TCC" philosophy. Read more.
This Davidson College course gets into the how and why we educate children in the United States. Learn more.
He didn't graduate from Davidson College, but when it comes to Wildcat pride, the doctor is in. Find out more about the man wearing red amid the sea of Golden State Warriors blue and gold.
A video showcasing the lyrical stylings of NBA MVP Stephen Curry '10 and other Davidson College athletes keeps coming back, reinforcing the bonds that were created when it was made nearly 15 years ago. Learn more.
John Billups ’22 explored various passions at Davidson, and he’s now expanding his skillset even more through his work in the advertising industry.
Siena Senn ’22 has taken her academic and athletic leadership to graduate school at George Washington University, where she’s studying public health.
The Davidson College English Department hosted award-winning author Molly Sentell Haile ’94 for the 25th Annual Davidson Reads event. Learn more.
A Davidson College couple has created a scholarship to honor a lifelong friend and support students in their journeys of self-discovery. Read more.
Davidson College welcomed Hollywood screenwriter Laeta Kalogridis ’87 for a special Davidson Reads event. Learn more about Kalogridis, whose writing credits include Shutter Island, Avatar and Altered Carbon.
Davidson College students take on Class V rapids at the Green River Narrows Race, a kayaking competition that tests the mettle of the very best paddlers in the world. Learn more.
Davidson College wrestler Jake Fernicola’s interests include anime, Italian culture, and helping children with special needs. The Davidson Trust and Ellington-Fagg Wrestling Scholarship have helped him pursue his dreams. Read more.
The William K. Mahony Fund for Contemplative Practice and Learning honors a beloved Davidson College professor whose impact is felt across generations of students. Learn more.
Davidson College alum and former N.C. Rep. Grier Martin worked across the aisle on behalf of service members and their families. Now, he is making a difference as a Biden administration appointee to a Pentagon post. Read more.
Assistant Professor of Art Katie St. Clair exhibited her “Wayside” installations in the VAC in late September. Gretchen Upton ‘26 interviews St. Clair in a recent Davidsonian article.
Charlotte Magazine's profile of President Douglas A. Hicks, capturing his first weeks on campus.
Davidson College names Shelley Rigger VPAA and dean of faculty, announces chief diversity officer position. Read more.