Posted on 15 May 2011.
From left, Rosie Molinary, Nancy Fairley and Keyne Cheshire were among the big award winners. (Bill Giduz photos)
Davidson College’s 2011 commencement Sunday included recognition for top students, retiring faculty and several Davidson residents. Rosie Molinary of Davidson was the community winner of this year’s Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award, given annually for “outstanding spiritual qualities applied to daily living.” Meanwhile, professors Keyne Cheshire (classic) and Nancy Fairley (anthropology) won the college’s top teaching awards. Here’s a recap of all the day’s awards.
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Posted on 28 January 2010.
Fans dressed in black came to Blackout Belk Thursday night. Davidson beat College of Charleston, 86-71. The evening raised money for the local charity Circle de Luz. Details in Sports. (Tim Cowie photo)
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Posted on 27 July 2009.
Davidson-based group seeks women to join its caring circles
The Circle de Luz Class of 2014 enjoys yoga during their Wellness Day Camp recently.
By MICHELE MILLER HOUCK
Rosie Molinary is on a mission. And she’s bringing 55 of her closest friends. (I know, because I am one of them.)
They call themselves “M’ijas” (a contraction meaning “my girlfriends” and pronounced “mee-has”), and they are working to empower young Latinas to graduate from high school through mentoring, programming and a promise of a scholarship upon graduation from high school. It’s called Circle de Luz, and it is a new way of giving small amounts to make a real difference in the lives of young women. Read the full story
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