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On Sunday, February 26, Davidson was honored to award Grammy and MacArthur award winner Rhiannon Giddens an honorary degree in fine arts before her performance on campus. 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.
The music department welcomes two new faculty members to Davidson, Patrick Brown as director of jazz and Renata Dworak Berlin as director of choral activities.
The pandemic forced us to change the ways we teach, learn and interact. The arts at Davidson College met the challenges of the pandemic with new ideas, and expanded access to performances and collections.
Davidson College honors the hard work and dedication of students, faculty and staff with a multitude of awards presented during spring convocation.
For these Davidson College alums, the pandemic imperiled the businesses they built from the ground up. But through a mix of introspection and innovation, they’ve emerged even stronger.
On the eve of the release of the latest “Star Wars” installment, Prof. Neil Lerner speculates about what the movie’s music might reveal.
Horror film buff and music department chair Neil Lerner takes viewers on a tour of the sounds that signal suspense and startle us into dropping our popcorn. Lerner is editor of the essay collection “Music in the Horror Film: Listening to Fear.”
The college community took time during the busy spring semester to celebrate scholarship and creativity at the Verna Miller Case Research and Creative Works Symposium. “For many folks it’s our favorite day of the year. You realize what an amazing group of young people -- and the faculty that supports them -- we have here,” said Davidson College President Carol Quillen.