D&E in the News


WBOY - Students at Davis & Elkins College learned more about the voting process and how to participate in today's government after speaking with West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie Tennant Wednesday afternoon.


WDTV - West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie E. Tennant met with students and administrators Wednesday at Davis & Elkins College to discuss how to get more young people involved in the election process and active in their communities.


WBOY - For the third year, freshmen at Davis & Elkins College are spending their winter term in the first-year symposium.


WBOY - Students at Davis & Elkins College will recreate the state government for the third year in a row.


WDTV - Davis & Elkins College, Mike Ross Inc. and John and Joyce Allen are putting together a musical holiday gift for the community.


NEW HISTORIAN - The 12cm statue has been hailed as a Palaeolithic ‘masterpiece’ by archaeologists.


THE CHARLOTTESVILLE NEWSPLEX - The Patriots celebrated a pair of players from last year's state title-winning boys lacrosse team. Goalie Kyle Seago plans to join the new lacrosse program at Davis & Elkins College.


CHARLESTON DAILY MAIL - This weekend, the Friends of Old-Time Music and Dance will showcase West Virginia’s up-and-coming traditional musicians and dancers with a concert by the Glenville State College Bluegrass Band and Davis & Elkins College’s Appalachian Ensemble.


THE NEW YORK TIMES - Each week in Bookends, two writers take on questions about the world of books. Shelley once called poets the “unacknowledged legislators of the world.” This week, Adam Kirsch and Leslie Jamison discuss how the social role of poetry has changed since then.


WBOY- Davis & Elkins College honored veterans with a wreath laying ceremony.