D&E in the News


WBOY - Davis & Elkins College students participated in a campus-wide beautification project.


WBOY - The Davisson Brothers Band, the Rusted Root Duo, and Chris Jamison from the voice will be taking over the Davis & Elkins College campus for the Déjà vu Music Festival.


THE INTER-MOUNTAIN - When the female co-eds of Davis & Elkins College were searching for a sisterhood that would provide them with powerful connections to service and philanthropy, they found their answer in the local community.


THE INTER-MOUNTAIN - The Randolph County Commission allocated funds to assist with a planned after-school program being geared toward helping middle-school children enhance their educations, enjoy physical activity and receive drug awareness.


THE POCAHONTAS TIMES - The Pocahontas County Opera House welcomes the Davis & Elkins College Appalachian Ensemble for an evening of traditional music and dance on Friday, April 27, at 7:30 p.m.


WBOY - More than 500 freshman and sophomore students from Buckhannon-Upshur High School visited Davis & Elkins College campus to get a leg up on post-graduation plans.


THE INTER-MOUNTAIN - Sustainability is an old word that has taken on new meaning in the 21st Century.


WBOY - West Virginia’s own Davisson Brothers will be headlining at Davis & Elkins College’s 38th annual Déjà vu Music Festival.


NEH FOR ALL - The Special Collections and Archives at Davis & Elkins College hold many of the school’s treasures.


WBOY - The West Virginia Highlanders and Davis & Elkins College are partnering to expand a unique musical program.