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D&E Trustee, Alumna Making Masks

ELKINS – Nancy Evans-Bennett doesn’t have to look for things to keep her occupied during the pandemic. The Davis & Elkins College Trustee and 1966 alumna powers through every day spreading kindness in every way she can.

D&E Debate Society

ELKINS – The Davis & Elkins Debate Society won first place in debate sweepstakes, an award based upon the team’s overall performance, at the West Virginia Intercollegiate Forensics Association (WVIFA) tournament held February 29-March 1 at Fairmont State University’s campus. The team took the honor competing against six colleges from West Virginia and other states.

Davis & Elkins College alumni Tracy ’91 and Brian Anderson ’90

ELKINS – When some hospitals in West Virginia and others in the Mid-Atlantic region receive much needed masks, they have Davis & Elkins College alumni Brian Anderson ’90 and his wife, Tracy, ’91 to thank. The COVID-19 pandemic forced the Andersons to temporarily close their business, LeeMax Safety Solutions LLC, and the couple decided to spend their time helping the community.

WCDE Elkins AIR1

Elkins – In lieu of our traditional in-person Holy Week services, WCDE 89.9FM Elkins Air1 and the Randolph County Coalition of Christian Churches have partnered to broadcast Holy Week services. The approximate 20-minute services will start at noon each day beginning Monday, April 6 and continue through Friday, April 10.

ELKINS – It’s never too early to prepare for the job market. Davis & Elkins College students can get a jump start on the process with two free webinars presented by D&E Career Services.

Davis & Elkins College students

ELKINS – The work of six Davis & Elkins College students was selected for inclusion in the inaugural Richard Macksey National Undergraduate Humanities Research Symposium at Johns Hopkins University. In response to COVID-19, the symposium has shifted to an online format and will also release a journal of proceedings.

Davis & Elkins College students presented lessons in digital citizenship for students at Elkins Middle School.

ELKINS – Davis & Elkins College pre-service teachers gained classroom experience and helped Elkins Middle School students learn more about digital citizenship in connection with social media.

The official Alpha Sigma Phi Headquarters car, known as “Zip,” along with advisor Sam Franzoia visited the Davis & Elkins Chapter this week. Franzoia attended meetings with campus staff, the Interfraternity Council and chapter officials.


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