Britton Taylor ’98 came to Davidson “intrigued by the basic promise of a liberal arts education.”
Originally built to serve as a general store in 1848, the Carolina Inn embraced a new mission when Hanson Pinkney Helper purchased and converted the building into a small hotel in 1855. Today, the Inn greets travelers of a different sort. Davidsonians who wish to journey abroad via a Fulbright Scholarship pass through its doors and into the airy, bookshelf-lined offi ce of Scott Denham, Dana Professor of German Studies, director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, and Davidson’s Fulbright
By Caroline Queen ’14 One day not long into the fall semester, I found myself…
As a boy in Franklin, Ky., Dick Downey ’73 knew more about horse racing than about Davidson. Then a cousin’s acceptance piqued his interest. Soon he arrived sight unseen for freshman year. He loved it.