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Davidson College professor receives National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship to translate works by Korean poet Kim Hyesoon. Read more.
Davidson College alumnus and trial lawyer Patrick Mincey tackles complex cases involving public corruption, alleged fraud and money laundering. He also represents whistleblowers who put their careers, and sometimes their lives, on the line to speak truth to power. Learn more.
The strength of community at Davidson College inspired one alum to capture the joy she felt as a part of that community in a work of art. That piece now graces the walls of the E.H. Little Library, thanks to alum Eliz Kirkland Sickles. Learn more.
The now-familiar black and white nutrition facts label found on food products in the U.S. was hailed as a triumph of public health and graphic design, according to The Washington Post. We have Davidson College alum Burkey Belser ‘69 to thank. Learn more.
Book bans as a form of censorship have a long and storied history. A Davidson College prof examines the motives behind book bans and their unintended effects. Read more.
Nathanael Bagonza ’24, an English major and creative non-fiction writer from Haverhill, Massachusetts, spent the summer as a legislative intern for Congressman Seth Moulton, who represents Massachusetts’ 6th District.
Twelve young Davidson alums were recently selected to participate in the 2023-2024 Fulbright U.S. Student Program. They have been offered grants for independent research and English Teaching Assistantships in 10 different countries. Learn more.
At Davidson College, Tracy Charles Shenkman ’74 learned how to become a student. Learn more about her experience as we celebrate 50+ Years of Coeducation.
The Davidson Disability Alliance welcomed Gabe Adams-Wheatley to campus for a wonderful discussion on self-representation, disability and beauty aesthetics, disability identity and religion, as well as queer disabled lives.
At the 2023 HEARTsongs event in Cornelius, NC, Professor Brenda Flanagan examined the African American experience through poetry in the 19th and 20th centuries. Learn more.
Davidson College Assistant Professor of Africana and English studies Randi Gill-Sadler specializes in 20th century African American and Afro-Caribbean women writers. She encourages students to read the literature in conjunction with traditional historical accounts of the time periods covered. Learn more.
Website and scholarly resource created by Davidson College professor and focused on Avant Garde artist, poet and entrepreneur Mina Loy gets Modern Language Association accolade.
The Davidson College English Department hosted award-winning author Molly Sentell Haile ’94 for the 25th Annual Davidson Reads event. Learn 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.
The Royal Shakespeare Company makes its return to Davidson College for a jam-packed four-day residency. Learn more about opportunities to engage with the RSC.
Verna Miller Case Research & Creative Works Symposium will bring the Davidson College community out to celebrate student art, research and performances.
Award-winning author of The Dog and The Blizzard Party Jack Livings ’96 visited campus as the Abbott Lecture Series speaker. He met with students to talk about his craft. Read more.
Davidson College is once again a Top Producer for Fulbright’s U.S. Student Program. The college ranks third in the nation and highest in the southeast among four-year bachelor’s degree institutions.
A piece by Chinese sculptor Zhan Wang will be added to the college’s permanent art collection in honor of Professor Emeritus of English Gill Holland. Find out more.
Davidson College alum, photographer, and archeologist Matt Stirn '11 discusses how his unique career combines his love of nature and skills as an archeologist and paleoecologist.