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The spread of monkeypox is prompting worldwide concern. Davidson College biologist Dave Wessner puts the latest public health threat into perspective. Read more.
The path to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors began at a liberal arts college for former dean of the Davidson College faculty Philip Jefferson. Read more.
Kristi Mitchem ’92 is passionate about the ways the Jay Hurt Hub for Innovation & Entrepreneurship puts the liberal arts experience into practice for students as they develop business acumen.
The Davidson College campus is home to wildlife, including a variety of bird species. Eric Keith's photos tell their stories. Learn more.
Davidson College Professor Joseph Ewoodzie Jr. wins the 2021 C. Wright Mills Award for his book, Getting Something to Eat in Jackson: Race, Class, and Food in the American South.
Through academic exploration, friendship and loss, Pearce Hyatt '22 shares his gratitude for the foundation Davidson has provided as he discovered new pieces of himself over the last four years.
Davidson College President Carol Quillen has been appointed to the Princeton University board of trustees.
The annual employee appreciation event celebrates those who serve the Davidson College community. Read more.
Davidson College Professor of Political Science Susan Roberts weighs in on the potential political aftershocks of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Read more.
Davidson College Professor Mark Sample offers a glimpse into a popular course and its relevance at a time when digital tools are changing our lives and preserving our memories beyond the grave. Learn more.
Olivia Ware ’78 is the alum of color who has given the most financially to Davidson in the history of the college, but her support extends beyond money. Read more.
As President Carol Quillen’s tenure at Davidson College comes to a close, alums, faculty, staff and friends of the college honor her leadership with gifts to the college totaling more than $49 million. Read more.
Steeped in strange coincidences, Ben Gilmer '92 embarks on a quest to discover what led a beloved family doctor to commit murder. Read more.
With Community Spring, Davidson College alum Lindsay Kallman takes aim at structural poverty. Read more.
Davidson College Men’s Basketball Head Coach Bob McKillop to retire after more than three decades and 23 conference championships. Read more.
With guidance and mentorship from Prof. Ike Bailey '95, Brandon Reid '22 played a significant role in the court's decision to re-evaluate his childhood friend's prison sentence. The work was a culmination of his independent study project at Davidson, “Telling Stories of the Ignored and Forgotten."
President Carol Quillen led Davidson College during a period of rapid change while maintaining the integrity of the college's mission. Find out more about her 11 years of service.
President Carol Quillen reflects on how she found her home at Davidson College.
Take a look back at an academic year that was anything but uneventful through the lens of Davidson College Photographer Christopher Record.
The McFayden family will match up to $150,000 in donations to go toward diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives at Davidson College. It’s their second challenge in two years and honors President Carol Quillen’s leadership.