By John Syme This story starts with a summer storm. Late one Friday in July,…
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Devin Holland ’15 spent the summer in an intensive Arabic language study program at the…
Excited curiosity coursed through a standing room-only contingent of the college family that gathered on October 11 in response to a short, promising message sent that morning by President Carol Quillen.
There was even more tooting of Davidson horns than usual at the end of the 2012 fiscal year on June 30.
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