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Registration open for DCI Forum on Artificial Intelligence

Jan. 24. As AI is changing the  economic, political and social landscape, Davidson College’s Office of Technology and Innovation, Computer Science Department, Digital Studies Department, Bonner Scholars Program and the Deliberate Citizenship Initiative are co-hosting a Deliberative Forum on Artificial Intelligence. Registration is open through Jan. 31. The forum will be held 5-7 pm Monday, […]

Andrew Lovedale

Op-Ed: Sports can inspire, unify and create change

March 22. By Andrew Lovedale. Nelson Mandela once declared that sports “has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire, it has the power to unite people in a way that little else does.” We’ve seen throughout history, on stages big and small, the power of sports to not only reveal […]

Johann Sebastian Bach was born March 31, 1685

Get Bach, Loretta—and anyone who likes the pipe organ

March 10. Organ at Davidson comes to a close this season on March 13 at Davidson College Presbyterian Church with organist Evan Currie displaying his talents for the annual Bach Birthday Bash. A Charlotte native, Currie is Associate Director of Music and Organist at Myers Park United Methodist Church. He holds degrees in organ performance […]

Davidson College Symphony Orchestra concert features Saint-Saëns’s Organ Symphony Feb. 16

Feb. 10. Charles-Camille Saint-Saëns was a musical prodigy who made his concert debut at the age of 10. After studying at the Paris Conservatoire he became a church organist, first at Saint-Merri, Paris and, at the ripe old age of 23, at La Madeleine, the official church of the French Empire. You can hear Saint-Saëns’s […]

Andrew Lovedale

Access to Success: Amazing success story began in Nigeria

Aug. 11. By Dave Yochum. Access to Success (A2S), a non-profit based in Davidson, is hosting their annual fundraising event the evening of Oct. 8 at Vail Commons on the Davidson College campus. International reach Founded by a Davidson alum Andrew Lovedale, it focuses on providing sustainable programs that generate positive change for Nigerian children […]

Photo: Tim Cowie, DavidsonPhotos.com

Wildcats face Duquesne tonight: Thoughts from a diehard fan

Feb. 14. By Chris Davis. It was beautiful Saturday, but I found myself with friends glued to the Davidson BASKETBALL game. They lost. That is not the story. What was I thinking? It is beautiful outside. I could be working in the yard. Could be playing golf. But, what am I doing? I’m watching the Wildcats, […]

Davidson College in-person instruction resumes Jan. 31

Jan. 19. Davidson College in-person instruction will resume on is Jan. 31. Students must have a negative COVID test within 48 hours of returning to campus and will be required to get booster as soon as they are eligible. The current campus policy of requiring masks in indoor public spaces will continue and proof of […]

US Senate candidate Jeff Jackson will hold ‘town hall’ at Davidson College

Oct. 5. NC Sen. Jeff Jackson will hold a town hall at Davidson College on Friday Oct. 8.  Jackson, a Democrat from Charlotte, plans to listen to students’ concerns and answer their questions. The event begins at 3:30 pm in the Mariam Cannon Hayes Amphitheater, outside of Alvarez Student Union.