||New Cross-Disciplinary Course Will Lead Students to Teach Environmental Health in the Community
Three Davidson faculty members received a grant from the National Science Foundation to develop the "Breathe, Eat, Touch (BET) Project", a set of introductory-level cross-disciplinary courses in environmental health.
||Davidson Physics Program Shines on Earth and Far Above!
Physics at Davidson has a long, proud history, including the founding of the Sigma Pi Sigma national honor society here in 1922 and creation of the first X-ray in North America. Today’s Davidsonians continue to distinguish themselves.
||Sam Castle '14 Gazes for Shooting Stars for NASA During Fall Internship
Sam Castle '14 has spent the fall semester studying those familiar flashes of light that streak across the night sky-meteors! Castle has been conducting research on "shooting stars," as they are colloquially known, since late August through an internship with NASA at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.
||"Alpha" Physicists Bring Academic Honors Full Circle at 2012 Quadrennial Physics Congress
Four Davidson physics majors had a lot to live up to at the recent 2012 Quadrennial Physics Congress. The congress was co-sponsored by the physics honor society Sigma Pi Sigma, which was founded at Davidson in 1922.
||Honor Code Gives Students Options at Exam Time
At most colleges, students in a particular class take their exam in the same room, at the same time, with the instructor present class takes the exam in the same room The Honor Code allows each student to determine when to take that exam, and where in Chambers Building to do so.
||Lifelong Activist Angela Davis Will Deliver Davidson's Wearn Lecture on February 12
Davidson College is announcing that noted political activist and academic Angela Davis will present its annual Wearn Lecture on Tuesday, February 12, 2013.
||Art Students Post Virtual Gallery of Works by Artists of the African Diaspora
Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Samantha Noel led seven students during the fall semester in a seminar titled "Art of the African Diaspora," which explored the art history of people of African descent.
||New Art Gallery Director Lia Newman Will Bring Extensive Professional Credentials to Davidson
Davidson College has announced the appointment of Lia Newman as Director of the William H. Van Every/Edward M. Smith Galleries.
||Wake Forest Furthers Relationship with Davidson Through Offer of Scholarships for Grad Study in Accountancy
A new agreement with Wake Forest University's Accountancy Program encourages Davidson students to consider earning a Masters of Science in Accountancy (MSA) degree there by offering a half-tuition scholarship to as many as five Davidson students per year.
||Prof. Campbell's Work in Biology Education Earn Him "Fellow" Status in International Science Organization
Professor of Biology A. Malcolm Campbell has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
||Senior Melodie Mendez's Selfless Embrace of Community Causes Garners Statewide Recognition
Davidson Senior Melodie Mendez is among seventeen North Carolina student winners of the 2012 "Community Impact Award" from Campus Compact, a national coalition that promotes civic engagement in higher education.
||Career Services Office Opens Doors for Students to Participate in Winter Break 'Job Shadowing'
During winter break Davidson students will have the opportunity to explore careers that interest them through the Office of Career Services' Job Shadowing Program.
||Davidson Prof Credits Thanksgiving to Crusading, Patriotic Magazine Editor Instead of Pilgrims
In an article, Davidson professor Anne Blue Wills explains how the current version of Thanksgiving was created by a journalistic crusader, and would have been unrecognizable to the Pilgrims it supposedly honors.
||Interim Art Curator Blends Calm Days on the Job with Rock 'em, Sock 'em Evenings at the Roller Rink
Far away from her quiet basement office in the Katherine and Tom Belk Visual Arts Center, Interim art gallery curator Rosemary Gardner plays the turbulent contact sport of roller derby with the Charlotte Roller Girls team.
||Davidson Cited for Success in Engaging Students in Civic Learning
Davidson has been selected as one of 50 colleges and universities nationwide to participate in an effort to increase civic learning and democratic engagement among students.
||Archivists Launch Effort to Find Sites Sunken by Construction of Lake Norman
The Davidson College Archives staff invites area citizens to share their skills and knowledge for its new crowdsourcing project entitled "Under Lake Norman."
||'The Pride' Contrasts Same-Sex Relationships Across the 20th Century Time Line
The Davidson College Theatre Department invites the public from November 14 through 18 to its production of The Pride, a play that contrasts the gay experience in 1958 and 2008.
||Eminent Political Commentator David Brooks Will Analyze 2012 Elections in Talk at Davidson
Davidson College invites the public on Monday, November 12, to a talk analyzing the 2012 elections by New York Times columnist and PBS Newshour commentator David Brooks
||New President at Bates College Celebrates Davidson Roots at Her Inauguration
Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, formally installed a hometown Davidsonian as its eighth president on October 26.
||Latest Literary Honor for Prof. Parker "Puts Gas in His Tank" for Further Creative Efforts
Alan Michael Parker, Professor of English and Davidson's Director of Creative Writing, has won the 2012 Roanoke-Chowan Award for the year's best collection of poetry for his most recent work, "Long Division."
||Family Weekend Audience Congratulates Student and Faculty Award Winners at Convocation
Davidson College honored outstanding faculty and students at Fall Convocation on Friday afternoon.
||Fall Convocation Address by Clark G. Ross, Vice President for Academic Affairs
Fall Convocation 2012 Speaker Clark G. Ross, Vice President for Academic Affairs, reflected on the college’s longtime embrace of community and diversity, and how these two ideals relate to each other.
||Theatre Season Kicks Off With Rarely Produced Russian Comedy, "A Month in the Country"
The Davidson College Department of Theatre kicks off the 2012-13 season with the Mainstage production of A Month in the Country, Ivan Turgenev's best known but rarely performed comedy.
||Prof. Campbell Wins National Genetics Association Teaching Award
The Genetics Society of America has named Davidson College Professor of Biology A. Malcolm Campbell as recipient of its 2013 Elizabeth W. Jones Award for Excellence in Education.
||Prof. Toumazou Publishes Book Detailing Findings in Two Decades of Archaeological Work in Cyprus
Professor Michael Toumazou and collaborators have published a 27-chapter book compiling their findings during two decades of an archaeological project near Athienou, Cyprus.
||Dining Services Invites One and All to Indian Feast with Noted Celebrity Chef Neela Paniz
The Davidson college dining service invites the college community and public to meet celebrity guest chef Neela Paniz during lunch hour on Friday, October 19. Paniz will serve authentic, contemporary Indian food and visit with diners in Vail Commons from 11 a.m. until 1:45 p.m.
||Huffington Post Carries Essay By Greek Student on Financial Situation in Her Homeland
A report on Greek economic crisis and its effect on that nation's youth by Edie Nicolaou-Griffin '15 has been recently featured on the Huffington Post's national website.
||Alan Wolfe Talk Canceled
Alan Wolfe Talk Canceled
||Prof. Neumann and Colleagues at Institute Rework Ancient Roman Comedies for Modern Audiences
What would an ancient Roman comedy look like as modern hip-hop performance? That was one of the questions Davidson Professor of Classics Jeanne Neumann helped answer this past summer, through a National Endowment for the Humanities' summer institute titled "Roman Comedy in Performance."
||Recent Grads' Film Project Reveals Fuller Picture of Homelessness in Charlotte
Last spring Davidson seniors Evan Carter '12, Sara Jones '12 and Jacquie Morges'12 produced in an independent study course a documentary the stories of Jesse, Teresa and Gary -- three of more than 600 homeless individuals in Charlotte.
||Professor's Book Describes How Ancient Roman Sites Influence Society There Today
Assistant Professor of Classics Darian Totten has published a new book about "Making Roman Places"
||Homecoming Activities Will Include Celebration of 50 Years of Integration of Student Body
Davidson College invites public to events commemorating 50 years of integration at the college. The occasion will be held during Homecoming Weekend, October 5 and 6.
||Longtime Faculty Dean Clark Ross Will Step Down Next July 1
Clark Ross, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty at Davidson for the past 15 years, announced today that he will retire from that position at the end of this school year.
||Grand Opening Today Will Make It Official for New College Store on Main Street
Davidson College welcomes the public to attend the grand opening of the new Davidson College Store on Tuesday, September 25, 2012.
||Two Musicians' Exploration of NC Music Includes Residency and Performance at Davidson
Laurelyn Dossett and Daniel Bernard Roumain will share their musical talents with students and community members during an extended residency.
||Student Members of College Union Board Make Chick-fil-A Decision
The board of students responsible for activities programming at the Davidson College Union has decided to no longer serve Chick-fil-A food at its "After Midnight" social gatherings this year.
||New Scholarship Honors Avinger '60 by Encouraging Young Entrepreneurs
Davidson prepares students for lives of leadership and service-and some students aren't even waiting until graduation to demonstrate what they've learned. Two students already showing leadership are Jared Blakney '14 and Tori Mayernick '14, the inaugural recipients of the Robert L. Avinger Jr. Entrepreneurial Scholarship.
||New Endowment Will Bring Visiting Scholars to Campus and Boost Curricular Innovation
Davidson has received a generous gift intended to help the college enhance existing courses, and to explore new curricular directions.
||Dorcas Wins Teaching Award While Setting High Expectations for Herpetology Students
Associate Professor of Biology Mike Dorcas has won the Meritorious Teaching Award in Herpetology for his "superior teaching effectiveness and mentoring of students" and for "making significant contributions to herpetological education."
||Mellon Fellow Shante Smalls Will Bring Friends to Campus for Presentations on Hip Hop Culture
Davidson faculty member Shante Paradigm Smalls is producing a series of public presentations on campus featuring eight hip hop scholars and performers in five presentations from September through November. The presentations are in conjunction with her fall semester class in "Hip Hop, Gender, and Sexuality."
||Davidson Joins Like-Minded Colleges in Opposing Suit Concerning Race as Admissible Admission Factor
Davidson College has joined 36 other private, highly selective residential colleges and universities nationwide in a "friend of the court" brief concerning the right of colleges to consider race in admission decisions.
||Scholars, Leaders and Athletes, Oh My! Meet The Class of 2016
Sophomores Veronica Hudson and Ian Thomson were "Orientation Team" volunteers who helped some of Davidson's 493 members of the Class of 2016 get moved into their rooms. The new students represent another stellar group of young scholars and leaders from around the world selected from a record pool of applicants. The admission office has introduced them to the college community with a profile of their backgrounds, attributes and achievements.
||Mark Shields, Noted Commentator on Presidential Politics, Will Speak At Davidson About 2012 Race
Davidson College invites the public to a Labor Day talk on Monday, September 3, by nationally recognized columnist and PBS commentator Mark Shields.
||Mayor Foxx and Other Leaders Will Discuss Charlotte's Evolution as an Energy Hub
Davidson College invites the public to a high-level panel discussion on energy and sustainability on Wednesday morning, September 5.
||The College Union Board & Chick-fil-A
News reports that Davidson College has "booted" Chick-fil-A off its campus are inaccurate and misleading. There is no formal relationship between Davidson College and Chick-fil-A and the restaurant chain has no facility on campus. The fast food chain is one of many the student-led Union Board uses to provide food at events it stages on campus. The student leadership at the Union Board—not Davidson College—made the decision to use other food suppliers until the full student body can participate in the discussion.
||New NIH Grant Will Allow Prof. Foley to Extend Tobacco Control Research Projects from Hungary to Romania
Now that her team has made an important contribution to tobacco research and tobacco control policy in Hungary, Kristie Foley is ready to take on Romania.
||Workers Put Finishing Touches on Two New Collegiate Buildings
College employees and other workers are scrambling to complete two large building projects before the school year begins-a residence hall and college store.
||Agreement with PNG on New Gas Pipeline Route Minimizes Impact on College Ecological Preserve
Davidson College and Piedmont Natural Gas have reached agreement on the route a new PNG pipeline will take across college property.
||Students at HIV/AIDS Conference Post Experiences in Online Diary
Youth AIDS Diary, a Davidson College student project, is underway at the Global Village at the XIX International AIDS Conference at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C., July 22-27.
||Caroline Queen '14 Soaks Up Village Life While Preparing for Olympic Kayak Competition
U.S. Olympic kayaker Caroline "Bam Bam" Queen '14, Davidson's first Olympic competitor as a current Davidson student, is preparing for her participation in the London games.
||Annual Fund Reaches 60 Percent Alumni Participation for 10th Straight Year; Meets Million/Ten/Sixty Challenge
The Davidson College Annual Fund set a new record in 2012, reaching 60 alumni percent participation for the 10th year in a row. In reaching this milestone for the 10th straight year, the college met the Million/Ten/Sixty Challenge and earned an extra $1 million from four current and former trustees.
||Davidson College and Duke University Partner with KIPP Schools to Promote College Completion
Davidson College and Duke University announced today that they are partnering with KIPP to increase college completion rates for young people from low-income communities.
||New Athletic Scholarship at Davidson Honors Basketball Great Mike Maloy
Davidson College announced this evening the establishment of the Mike Maloy Basketball Scholarship in memory of the three-time All-American at Davidson who passed away in April 2009 at age 59.
||Sociology Students Create Web Site to Improve Understanding of Unemployment Crisis
Students in a sociology class conducted interviews with unemployed people in the region, and compiled their observations on a public web site intended to help others understand the causes and effects of this often calamitous situation.
||Retiring Professor David Brown Promoted Chemistry's Industrial Applications for Good
Visiting Associate Professor of Chemistry David Brown retires this year after 15 years of teaching at Davidson.
||Longtime Community Pillar and College Supporter Will Be Honored With Portrait at Erwin Lodge
In a special Memorial Day celebration on May 28, three generations of the family of a beloved pillar of the Davidson community, the late Giddy Erwin Dyer (1919-2008), have scheduled a celebration in her honor.
||Commencement Pays Tribute to 449 Student Graduates and Other College and Community Leaders
Davidson College presented diplomas to 449 members of the Class of 2012 in Commencement exercises on Sunday morning, May 20.
||Davidson College Receives $25 Million for The Davidson Trust; Gift is Second Largest in College's History
Davidson College President Carol Quillen today announced a gift of $25 million from Edward L. "Ted" Baker, Class of 1957, a former Davidson trustee and chairman emeritus of Patriot Transportation Holdings, Inc. The gift—the second largest in the college's history—will support The Davidson Trust, Davidson College's commitment to meeting 100 percent of admitted students' need with grants and student employment, but without loans.
||A Chorus of Fond Farewells Accompanies Music Professor Ray Sprague Into Retirement
Professor of Music and Choral Director Ray Sprague retires this semester following 12 years teaching at Davidson College.
||Theatre Professor Does It All in Self-Produced Local Premiere of 'Underneath the Lintel'
Davidson College Assistant Professor of Theatre Mark Sutch will self-produce a one-man play, 'Underneath the Lintel: An Impressive Presentation of Lovely Evidences,' at two local venues this month.
||Retirement of Job Thomas Leaves Legacy of Highly Touted South Asian Studies Program
Though he retires as an eminent scholar of the art of India, the legacy of Professor Job Thomas at Davidson will be most vividly recognized as the broadened world view of members of the college family who have traveled to his native land.
||"Word Guy" Alan Michael Parker Must Work His Way Through Every Prize-Winning Poem
Professor of English Alan Michael Parker, director of creative writing, has received his third prize from Pushcart Press, this time for a poem titled "A Fable for Our Anniversary." The annual Pushcart Prizes recognizes outstanding poetry, prose and nonfiction published by small and independent presses.
||Epes Retires From Long Academic Career of Many Titles, With 'Teacher' Foremost Among Them
Friends, family, colleagues, students, and former students from across campus and far beyond are honoring Hansford Epes' 55-year Davidson career.
||2012 Spring Convocation Award Winners
With families, professors, staff, and supporters looking on proudly, Davidson presented dozens of awards of excellence to members of the college family at Spring Convocation on April 26. This annual rite brings together seniors and faculty members in academic regalia in a preview of Commencement, which will occur on Sunday, May 20.
||Psychology Honor Society on Campus Receives Accolades from National Organization
The Psi Chi national psychology honor society at Davidson has earned the "model chapter" designation from the international Psi Chi organization.
||College Archivist and Historian Craft Testimony of Many Voices into New Town History
College Archivist Jan Blodgett and Vail Professor of History Ralph Levering have published the book 'One Town, Many Voices: A History of Davidson North Carolina.' The book covers the evolution of both town and college from just prior to the college's founding in 1837 to the modern day.
||Psychology Profs Receive Million-Dollar Grant to Study Social Forces Behind Cocaine Addiction
Davidson College psychology department faculty members Mark Smith and Scott Tonidandel have recently received a $1.38 million five-year grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse to explore the social influences that determine cocaine use.
||Board of Trustees Constitutes Committee on Church-Relatedness
Over the course of Davidson College’s history, the Board of Trustees has periodically reviewed the college’s religious heritage, the college’s relationship to the Presbyterian Church, and the meaning that the college draws from that relationship. Most recently, questions about church-relatedness were important parts of the discussion during the 2010-11 presidential search. The Board of Trustees decided at that time to review this aspect of college life and committed to beginning that review during the first year after the installation of the new president.
||Spring Break Trip Abroad To Holocaust Sites Sharpens Students' Historical Research Skills
During Davidson's spring break, two faculty members led twelve students to Germany and Poland to conduct intensive research for their course, "The Holocaust: Interpretation, Memory and Representation." Generous grants allowed members of the class and Associate Professor of History Thomas Pegelow Kaplan and Dana Professor of German and Director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies Scott Denham to make the trip free of charge.
||Public Safety Dept. Will Lock Up Local Celebrities To Raise Funds for Domestic Violence Shelter
Local Davidson celebrities will soon get a chance to further their positive impact on the community - from behind bars! On Wednesday, April 4, Davidson College will host "Lock-Up to Lock Out Domestic Violence," an event to raise funds for construction of a new United Family Services domestic violence shelter in Charlotte.
||Enigmatic "Group of Ten" Takes Its Place March 29 as Davidson's Latest Outdoor Sculpture
Davidson College invites the public to a dedication of a new piece of outdoor sculpture by Polish artist Magdalena Abakanowicz, titled "The Group of Ten," on Thursday afternoon, March 29, beginning at 4:30 p.m.
||TIME's Analysis of "March Madness" Puts Davidson in National Championships -- for Academic Progress!
An article in the March 26 edition of TIME magazine determined that Davidson would be in the national finals in the NCAA basketball tournament this coming weekend -- if that tournament was based on academic progress of the players!
||Theatre Department's "In the Blood" Chronicles the Struggles of Downtrodden People
Six Davidson College student actors will showcase their interpretation of the contemporary American tragedy "In the Blood," written by Suzan-Lori Parks, in five performances from March 28 through April 1 in the Duke Family Performance Hall of the Knobloch Campus Center.
||Davidson's Long-Standing Vietnam War Class Fades Into History
Students at Davidson have for about 25 years been able to take a history department class titled "The Vietnam Experience." In addition to the usual curricular material like books and films, the course has given them an opportunity to understand the emotional impact of the war through first-hand testimony of Vietnam veterans themselves.
||Smith Scholarship Will Help Senior Continue Mideast Studies
Davidson's Class of 2012 Smith Scholar, Anna Van Hollen, will continue her studies of Middle Eastern politics at the London School of Economics. For her dissertation, she plans to examine the role of pluralism and political tolerance in a specific historical context in the Muslim world, hoping to gain insight on the oft-debated relationship between Islam and democracy. She is frustrated by the narrow stereotyping of Islam in the West.
||New Watson Fellows Will Pursue Interests Around the Globe
Seniors Alexis Valauri-Orton and Audrey Gyurgyik have been awarded $25,000 grants from the Thomas J. Watson Foundation to pursue a full year of independent, purposeful exploration through travel around the globe. They were among 40 soon-to-be graduates selected to receive Watson Fellowships from 700 applicants nationwide. They will investigate ocean acidification and training techniques for actors.
||Davidson Maintains Perfect Record on Annual Presidential Honor Roll for Community Service
Davidson College has been included in the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll every year since the program was launched in 2006 by the Corporation for National and Community Service.
||Women’s Leadership Conference March 16-17
The conference theme this year is "Our Voices in Action." The conference will explore the ways in which women use their voice to lead, to inspire and to connect with the world around them.
||Davidson Reaffirms Commitment to Diversity
Davidson College has issued a statement to reaffirm existing policies and practices regarding Davidson's commitment to diversity.
||Wildcat Coaches and Players Sweep Basketball Conference Honors
Davidson basketball coaches and players on both the men’s and women’s teams were voted as tops in the Southern Conference in a head coaches poll as they prepared for the conference tournament this weekend in Asheville. The conference named Davidson sophomore forward De’Mon Brooks as men’s basketball Player of the Year, and head coach Bob McKillop has been named for the seventh time. Wildcat junior forward Jake Cohen joins Brooks on the all-conference squad. Her fellow coaches also named second-year women’s head coach Michele Savage as Coach of the Year. Junior forward Sophia Aleksandravicius and sophomore guard Laura Murray were each named to the all conference team.
||Success of Gala Dinner Funds Davidson Trust Scholarship
Davidson students demonstrated their commitment to accessibility and affordability in higher education by hosting their third annual Dinner at Davidson, a benefit for The Davidson Trust. More than 150 people attended, and the event raised more than $44,500.
||Men's and Women's Basketball Teams Receive Top Seeds in SoCon Tournament; Will Compete in Asheville March 2-5
Davidson's men's and women's basketball teams are the top seeds in the SoCon basketball tournament, which will be held in Asheville, NC, beginning March 2.
||Two Students Selected for New Vann Ethics Fellowship at Mayo Clinic
Davidson students Spencer Wilson '13 and Ashley Parker '14 have been selected to conduct biomedical ethics research at the Mayo Clinic this summer as the college's first-ever Vann Fellows.
||Theatre Production of "Metamorphoses" Challenges Cast
Davidson's Theatre Department Presents February 22-26 performances of the Tony Award-winning play "Metamorphoses," a series of vignettes woven together which explore the complexities of relationships and what it means to be human.
||Campus Will Celebrate Recent Solar Power Installation and Other Sustainability Initiatives
Davidson College invites the public to join President Carol Quillen and other college leaders at an event recognizing Davidson's accomplishments in its efforts to achieve carbon neutrality.
||Davidson Students Invite Public to Dinner on February 25 to Support Scholarship Program
Davidson Students Plan Annual Dinner Feb. 25 to Support Davidson Trust Scholarship Program
||Trustees Approve Promotion to Full Professor for Five Faculty Members
Vice President for Academic Affairs Clark Ross announced that trustees have approved promotion to the rank of full professor for five faculty members. They are Daniel W. Aldridge, III (History), Mario Belloni (Physics), Vivien E. Dietz (History), Richard R. "Rick" Gay (Education) and Gayle Kaufman (Sociology).
||President Quillen Describes Davidson Trust for U.S. Senate Panel Examining College Affordability
Davidson College President Carol Quillen testified about "Innovations in College Affordability" today before a U.S. Senate panel in Washington, D.C.
||Dorcas Leads Study that Documents Severe Python Damage to Native Everglades Animals
Precipitous declines in formerly common mammals in Everglades National Park have been linked to the presence of invasive Burmese pythons, according to a study by Davidson Associate Professor of Biology Michael Dorcas and colleagues published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
||Davidson College President Carol Quillen Invited to Speak Thursday, Feb. 2, at Senate Panel on "Innovations in College Affordability"
Davidson, NC -- Davidson College President Carol Quillen has been invited to testify before a U.S. Senate panel on "Innovations in College Affordability" at 10 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 2, in Washginton, D.C. Her testimony for the Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions will focus on The Davidson Trust-Davidson College's commitment to meeting 100 percent of demonstrated financial need with grants and employment, and without packaged loans.
||Students Experience Hectic Pace of Diplomacy During Winter Break Trip to Colombia
Over winter break Associate Professor of Political Science Russell Crandall led 18 students, primarily from his fall semester class on "Insurgencies and Counter-Insurgencies," on a seven-day journey to the South American country that is the prime subject of his scholarship.
||Visiting McGee Professor of Creative Writing Will Read from His Works
Award-winning writer Thomas Mallon will be giving a reading of his work at Davidson College on Wednesday evening, January 25.
||Book of Essays on Artworks by 100 Students Illustrates a Grand Experiment in the Liberal Arts
Five years in the making from concept to coffee table, the newly released art book Davidson Collects: 100 Writers Respond to Art explores works from the college's extensive permanent art collection through the eyes of students.
||Opera Workshop Cast Will Stage Mozart's Madcap Tale, "The Marriage of Figaro"
The Davidson College Music Department invites the public to the classic comic opera, The Marriage of Figaro, Friday and Saturday evenings, January 20 and 21.
||"King Day For Kids" Is Full, But Other Sessions Welcome Public Participation
Davidson College plans two days of public events, Monday and Tuesday, January 16 and 17, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.