Alum Behind Davidson’s Labyrinth Gets Fitting Tribute

Labyrinths, not to be confused with mazes, are an ancient type of walking path. People from diverse faiths and traditions have walked labyrinths for centuries for the purpose of meditation, contemplation and prayer. Davidson’s labyrinth, tucked away in a quiet, shady corner of campus called Hobart Park, is modeled after the famous 14th-century labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral in France. Read more.