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Muschamp ('15) accepts offer to play Auburn football


Friday, Jan. 23, 2015

Darlington senior Robert Muschamp recently accepted a walk-on spot as H-back for the Auburn University Tigers. Robert is the nephew of Auburn's defensive coordinator Will Muschamp ('90).

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Young Alumni Gather in Athens

Galleries > 1/22/2015
Last night, 16 Darlington young alumni joined Advancement Officer Barton Lowrey ('05) for a gathering at Mellow Mushroom in Athens, Ga.


Norman Bonnyman ('07): From Darlington's hills to Capitol Hill

News > 1/21/2015
As a Darlington student, Bonnyman was active on campus and one of the founding house prefects of RUMPUS. Now an advocate for veterans everywhere, the Tiger alum proudly recalls his days at Darlington and the lessons that prepared him for non-profit work in Washington, D.C.


Moss ('63) attends ACCIS meeting, visits alumni

News > 1/20/2015
Dean of College Guidance Sam Moss (’63) recently returned from the winter meeting of the board of trustees of the Association for College Counseling in Independent Schools (ACCIS), which was hosted by Rice University. Moss serves as immediate past chairman of the ACCIS board.


27 selected for Leadership Darlington Class of 2015

News > 1/8/2015
Twenty-seven alumni representing five states and seven cities in Georgia will participate in the school’s 4th Annual Leadership Darlington program in March.


"This is Why" - An Opportunity to Pause, Think & Thank

Blogs > 12/19/2014
At the conclusion of the semester, we come to school for part of the day, see our teachers infrequently, and often look around thinking "what is next?" Part of what I miss is the chance to say “enjoy the break” or “thanks for all you do.” So, I take this time now to say thank you...


Zafari ('14) to speak at innovation conference

News > 12/12/2014
Rostam Zafari ('14) will join the line-up of speakers at the Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce's Confluence conference Feb. 19-20, 2015, at the Historic DeSoto Theatre in downtown Rome. Zafari's REDS (Rapid Ebola Detection Strips) project made news earlier this year as mortality rates from the deadly virus continued to escalate in Africa.

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