D&E in the News


WBOY - Students at Davis & Elkins College hope to start a new tradition to help connect the campus and community.


TODAY - It often feels like everyone must belong to one of two groups: extroverts or introverts. But some people don't fit into just one of these categories.


WBOY - Davis & Elkins College's Campus Activities Board and Elkins Main Street both hosted D&E Night on the Town with Fire and Ice Friday night.


CHARLESTON GAZETTE-MAIL - Saturday night at the Culture Center Theater, in Charleston, bluegrass and traditional music fans will get a chance to see some of the players who could become the biggest names in both musical genres.


KANAWHA METRO - Friends of Old-Time Music and Dance’s “Rising Stars” concert is proof that the Appalachian music scene continues to survive and evolve in the Mountain State.


THE CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION - This past fall, not long after learning that this year’s budget would be lower than last year’s by about 10 percent, or $1.5 million, Davis & Elkins College got a welcome surprise from its president, G.T. Smith.


THE INTER-MOUNTAIN - Every table was filled as people packed into the Graceland Inn Saturday evening for the annual oyster feed.


THE INTER-MOUNTAIN - After dedicating time and effort to their art, students from Davis & Elkins College will be given the opportunity to display their artwork at the Randolph County Community Arts Center.


CNN - Since 2010, Lisa Elmaleh has immersed herself in the Appalachian community, photographing musicians in their own environment. Elmaleh taught photography during the 2015 Augusta Heritage Center’s Summer Sessions and will teach again this summer.


THE INTER-MOUNTAIN - After spending two days in Washington, D.C., students participating in the First Year Symposium at Davis & Elkins College heard from Secretary of State Natalie Tennant Wednesday.