Senior Noah Bricker recently was awarded a 2014 Humanity in Action Fellowship. The Humanity in Action organization selects college students and recent graduates from around the world to explore national histories of discrimination and resistance to injustice.
For a probability question related to Tiger Woods and the Masters Golf Tournament, John Brenkus, host of ESPN's Sport Science, called on Prof. Tim Chartier and his fellow mathematicians, Prof. Mike Mossinghoff and James Bramlett '14.
Campus and community learned about various reptiles and amphibians from the Davidson College Herpetology Lab during Reptile Day held Saturday, April 12. Animals included turtles, baby alligators, snakes and more.
Fahrenheit 451, the classic Ray Bradbury tale of a bleak, dystopian future seen from the vantage point of early post-World War II America, hit home for me—I who make a toner-stained living putting words together on paper or a reasonably pixellated facsimile thereof—when I saw a fascinating Aquila Theatre Company production on campus in January, courtesy of Davidson’s Artist Series. [...]