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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.
Davidson College economist weighs in on the latest anticipated move to control inflation by the Federal Reserve–another interest rate hike. Find out more.
Davidson College’s Jay Hurt Hub for Innovation and Entrepreneurship welcomes Innovator-in-Residence Donna Peters ’89. In the role, Peters will share her extensive experience with students. Learn more.
The stakes are high as Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro faces off with Former President Lula da Silva. Davidson College professor Britta Crandall weighs in on the issues Brazilians care about, Bolsonaro’s playbook and how the country is preparing for Sunday’s highly anticipated run-off election. Learn more.
Charlotte native Daniel Heath to lead Davidson Forum, a new platform to explore Reformed faith’s role in liberal arts, religious inclusion, social ethics and justice.
Every year, students and their families miss out on free money for college. By filling out the FAFSA, families can increase their chances of getting financial aid in the form of grants, loans, scholarships and work study positions. Learn more.
Davidson College alum Greg Johnson and wife, Elise, help take the college’s transformational athletics facility project to the next level with their commitment. Learn more.
The latest in the Halloween movie franchise, Halloween Kills, opens today in theatres. A Davidson College music professor talks about the role of John Carpenter’s unsettling score in this latest installment.
Davidson College alums create a fitting tribute to a dear friend who spent a lifetime fighting injustice. Learn more.
Alum displaced by Hurricane Katrina leaves lasting mark on campus with Hobart Park labyrinth, a place for meditation, contemplation and prayer. Years later, it bears her name. Learn more.
As Hurricane Ian approaches Florida, regions in the storm's path, including the North Carolina western mountain regions, are anticipating potential impacts. Read more.
Davidson College Biology Professor Dave Wessner and students incorporate art in a course to study the biology of COVID-19 and produce a powerful exhibit now on display. Learn more.
Retired Foreign Service Officer and former business executive Dan Crocker, Davidson College’s new director of the Dean Rusk International Studies Program, encourages students to spend time abroad. He says it’s an invaluable experience for whatever career path they choose. Learn more.
New Davidson College edX courses powered by a $100,000 edX grant will help learners hone “essential human skills.” The courses are open to learners around the world. Read more.
The Kyiv City Ballet makes a stop at Davidson College as part of its U.S. tour. The company, stranded in France when the invasion of Ukraine began, has not returned home since. Learn more.