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The Fighting Parson

  DAVIDSON HISTORY Benjamin Rice Lacy, Jr., grandson of Davidson president Drury Lacy and a 1906 Davidson graduate, was nicknamed "The Fighting Parson" after his actions in World War I. According to the Davidsonian, while in college Lacy "stood prominent in athletics,...

Editors’ Choice: Happy New Year

  NEWS   There’s nothing more clever or artful than a simple, sincere, and humble Thank You. And that is our Editors’ Choice today. More than three-score News of Davidson readers took the time to support us with a gift during an otherwise difficult year. Most...

Ready, Set, This Week in Davidson: January 22 – 28

  NEWS   Friday – January 22, 2021 Davidson Volleyball January 22 The Wildcats host Jacksonville at Belk Arena. Live stats and video for tomorrow's match can be found at davidsonwildcats.com/coverage.   Davidson Women’s Basketball – POSTPONED January 22 The...

Final Days for Wooden Stone Gallery

  NEWS   It is with great deal of sadness that Van, Evalyn, and Drew Crawford announce that Wooden Stone Gallery will be going out of business by the end of February. It has brought us great pleasure since 2005 to work with our amazing artists and bring you...

Tony Abbott: A Community Celebration of Life!

  NEWS   A Community Celebration Honoring Tony Abbott will be held virtually on January 27 at 7:00 p.m. Tony Abbott contributed a great deal to our communities. Davidson College, DavidsonLearns, Davidson College Presbyterian Church, Davidson Community Players,...

Davidson Community Foundation Awards Third Round of COVID Emergency Grants: Seeks Community Support for Neighbors Experiencing Ongoing Crisis

  NEWS In response to ongoing critical needs among our neighbors for housing, utility, and food support, Davidson Community Foundation (DCF) has awarded a third round of COVID Emergency Grants to five local non-profit partners. Since May 2020, DCF has awarded nearly...

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