D&E in the News

12/30/2017

THE INTER-MOUNTAIN - A 1937 Baltimore and Ohio Railroad caboose that once graced the back campus of Davis & Elkins College has made its way back to its former home.

12/15/2017

THE INTER-MOUNTAIN - Dale Jackson and Rachel Royce received gifts for their children from Davis & Elkins College staff and Family Resource Network representatives Thursday afternoon at Halliehurst mansion on the College campus.

12/14/2017

WBOY - Davis & Elkins College students and faculty partnered with the Randolph County Family Resource Network to play Secret Santa for families throughout the community.

12/12/2017

WDTV - The West Virginia National Guard has announced that Adjutant General Maj. Gen. James Hoyer will sign a memorandum of understanding with six colleges and universities within the state to develop internships with the WVNG’s Fitness Training Program.

12/12/2017

WEST VIRGINIA NATIONAL GUARD - The West Virginia National Guard’s Adjutant General, Maj. Gen. James Hoyer, will sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) Dec. 14, 2017 with six colleges and universities from West Virginia to develop mutually beneficial internships with the WVNG’s Fitness Training Program.

11/21/2017

WBOY - Davis & Elkins College’s Stirrup Gallery can boast one of the best collections of historic artifacts in the United States.

11/15/2017

WBOY - The 19th annual Davis & Elkins College Writers’ Series featured West Virginia native poet, educator and alumnus Doug Van Gundy.

11/08/2017

THE INTER-MOUNTAIN - Needy youngsters in Randolph and surrounding counties may have a cheerier Christmas this year through new toys from the annual U.S. Marine Corps Reserve and Marine Corps League Toys for Tots program, which is underway again this year.

11/07/2017

THE INTER-MOUNTAIN - An open house was held Monday for a simulation lab for Davis & Elkins College students on Davis Medical Center’s campus.

11/07/2017

THE INTER-MOUNTAIN - The president of Davis & Elkins College gave a presentation outlining a range of goals for the institution, including the possibility of a new building for health sciences, during Monday’s weekly meeting with the Rotary Club of Elkins.

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