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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.

Myles Center for the Arts renovation

ELKINS – Workers remove the fascia and canopy at Myles Center for the Arts on the campus of Davis & Elkins College in preparation for new construction of the two-story brick rotunda and 6,000-square-foot glass enclosed addition. Structural steel, foreground, arrived this week and will be erected in the near future. The scaffolding in the background shows workers preparing the shaft for the new elevator.


ELKINS – Davis & Elkins College will play host to the West Virginia Hugh O’Brian Youth (HOBY) Leadership Seminar, May 21-24. Approximately 200 rising high school juniors and 70 staff members will attend sessions on campus and volunteer throughout the local community.

Strive Five Award

ELKINS – The national student mentoring nonprofit organization Strive for College is honoring Davis & Elkins College for helping low-income and first-generation students earn bachelor’s degrees.

WBOY – An area college was honoring students who are the first in their families to attend college Thursday morning. Davis and Elkins College’s TRIO program held a First Generation Day at th

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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