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Lori Pitts ’12 is a perfect example of the ways a liberal arts education can shift perspectives and open minds to new possibilities.
A Davidson College couple has created a scholarship to honor a lifelong friend and support students in their journeys of self-discovery. Read 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 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.
Davidson College partnered with North Carolina A&T University to create the Common Thread Theatre Collective, a new professional company that aims to feature diverse themes, voices and talent. Learn more.
Molly Shaw '02 shares the impact her involvement in the arts had on her and the lasting relationships she formed at Davidson.
"The Refugees," by Davidson College alumnus Steve Kaliski, makes its long-awaited campus debut this week. Find out more, get tickets.
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.
Theatre Prof Steve Kaliski ’07 and student directors embraced the challenge of creating in the time of COVID with a socially-distanced production titled “Ubi Orta Pestilentia: A Davidson Zombie Apocalypse.”
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.