All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Davidson College Class of 2015’

Notes from the Mailbag: Soccer, Japan, Dems in Charlotte, Class of 2015, the Value of a Nickel


#14 Alex Caskey ’11

• The Big Leagues—Wildcat midfielder soccer star #14 Alex Caskey ’11 is set to play for defending USL PRO league champions The Charleston Battery next season. A two-year team captain at Davidson, Caskey was a three-time All-Southern Conference first team selection and a two-time NSCAA All-South Region second-team selection. For the latest in Wildcat athletics, be sure to bookmark or subscribe to the Davidson Wildcats home pages!

Caroline Thompson ’15

Safe in Japan—Marshall Adams ’91 reports in his blog from Japan, where he was finishing up moving in to his ninth-floor apartment when the big earthquake struck.

Behind the Scenes—Political junkies looking forward to the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, meet Will Miller ’78. profiled in N.C. Review as “Charlotte’s quiet Democratic Convention organizer.” The noisy ones will come later.

Ebony Harley ’09 and friends

Meet a Rising Frosh—Caroline Thompson ’15 (you read that right, she’s not even here yet!) tells how her college search led her to Davidson from the Charles Wright Academy in Tacoma, Wash. (no relation to Davidson’s own poet Charles Wright ’57).

Reimagining School Days—In a Bank of America Program for Citizen Schools, Ebony Harley ’09 is helping teach sixth-graders the value of a nickel. Not as much as it used to be, but all the more reason!