Browsing: Spring 2012


art is long life is short

Five years in the making from concept to coffee table, Davidson Collects: 100 Writers Respond to Art explores a variety of works from the college’s permanent art collection through the eyes—and the minds and the hearts—of Davidson’s students.


The Trust on the Hill

It’s not always a good thing when a U.S. Senate committee calls for your testimony. But President Carol Quillen was delighted for the invitation to tell a panel of senators exploring “Innovations in College Affordability” about The Davidson Trust. Quillen appeared before the Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions in Washington, D.C., on February 2, and explained Davidson College’s commitment to making a Davidson education affordable for the most talented, qualified students from all backgrounds.


syl•la•bus \-b s\ noun

Syllabus.” It’s a word of Greek origin common throughout higher education, a fittingly academic-sounding name for a hallowed document.


Introducing: Aric Reviere ’15

Aric Reviere ’15 arrived at Davidson full of fire for community engagement. Back in Spartanburg, S.C., he had participated in a Mayor’s Service Board that brought together high school students to identify community needs and carry out projects to address them.


Patchwork of Hope

When Iris Leung ’12 learned that a Davidson alumni AIDS quilt was all in pieces—literally—she sprang into action.

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