The assistant professor of communications teamed with fellow faculty member Ryan Witt and three cinema and television arts majors to produce “Gull,” a short-subject film that won Best Editing at the 2017 Free Spirit Film Festival in Dharamsala, India.
More than 20 class and affinity groups hosted milestone reunion celebrations on campus during Homecoming weekend, Nov. 3-5.
The founder of Weird Enough Productions was among the top education entrepreneurs who made the 2018 list.
Adam Kaplan ‘12 joins the Broadway company of “A Bronx Tale” in the production's leading role.
John Sellers ’66 and wife Faye were recognized by the Shenandoah chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals during a Nov. 13 ceremony.
College Consensus is a college ranking aggregator that combines scores from major college rankings and student review sites.
For the fourth year, alumni and senior class donors will be recognized at the holiday celebration on Dec. 5.
The chapter was featured in the annual Chomp & Stomp Chili Cook-off and Bluegrass Festival
The Houston Chronicle retail reporter, formerly a transportation reporter for the San Antonio Express-News, authored an in-depth article on a failed toll road plan, bringing to light “the pitfalls of privatized infrastructure.”
The New York City-based documentary editor was recognized prior to a Nov. 9 screening of “Food Chains,” a 2014 film she edited that highlights agricultural labor in the United States.
The AIDS Drug Assistance Program, which provides medications for the treatment of HIV disease, named Pund its Champion of the Year.
Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education ranks Elon a national leader in student engagement and #1 in North Carolina
Elon ranks #33 among 1,054 four-year colleges in connecting students and faculty members, challenging academics, promoting critical thinking and applying knowledge in real world situations.
Alumni donors can now see the bricks that honor their support Under the Oaks and on a new website.
Erin Barnett ’09 will be honored before a Nov. 9 screening of “Food Chains,” a 2014 documentary film she edited that highlights agricultural labor in the United States.
The 5,400-seat, 160,000-square-foot facility will provide a premier gathering space for major campus events and serve as the new home for Elon's basketball and volleyball programs when it opens next year.
Five members of the Elon community were honored Saturday for their contributions to their communities and support for the Elon Black Alumni Network.
Elon’s LGBTQIA Alumni Network recognizes five members of the Elon community for their advocacy work during Homecoming weekend.
More than 2,000 alumni joined Elon students, faculty and staff for a Homecoming celebration focused on reconnecting and celebrating.
Five extraordinary alumni were recognized Friday during an awards ceremony as part of Elon’s Homecoming festivities.
A section of East Haggard Avenue that runs through campus will be closed from 3 to 10 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 3.
The app, available for Apple or Android, offers up-to-date schedules, a campus map with zoom capabilities, information about on-campus resources, on- and off-campus dining locations and hours, driving directions, social media and more.
Elon's campus will be teeming with activity Nov. 3-5 as alumni young and old return to the university to celebrate with music, sports, awards and fellowship.
Nominations are being accepted through TOMORROW, Wednesday, Nov. 1, for the annual awards sponsored by the Young Alumni Council that honor deserving alumni who have graduated within the past decade.
Elon this year has been recognized and ranked as one of the top musical theatre programs in the country by Backstage, Playbill, Dance Magazine and more.
The freelance photojournalist based in Washington, D.C., presented a one-hour webinar titled “InstaSnap: Reporting Live Video 10 Seconds at a Time.”
At 100 years of age, the Elon alumnus is still doing what he loves for the benefit of his community.
The director of the Elon in Los Angeles program chronicled the life of acclaimed artist Betty Gold, and the final product will be screened on Nov. 3 at the 2017 Mallorca International Film Festival.
Find a full schedule of events and more through the Elon University Guides app.
Nominations are being accepted through Nov. 1 for the annual awards sponsored by the Young Alumni Council that honor deserving alumni who have graduated within the past decade.
The celebration of men's and women's basketball at Elon will kick off the final season for the teams inside historic Alumni Gym.
The new scholarship gifts and commitments announced by President Leo M. Lambert and a group of key university volunteers on Friday come from seven inspired donors.
Hundreds gathered in Alumni Gym on Monday to hear from the President-elect and trustee leaders who elected her to serve as the university’s ninth president.
A member of the Class of 2012, Serafini teaches at Bates Middle School in Ellicott City, Maryland.
Elon University physics major Helen Meskhidze '16 co-authored a research publication with Assistant Professor of Physics Chris Richardson for the journal Astrophysics and Space Science
Elon University’s ninth president has recorded a video message for all members of the Elon community.
Constance “Connie” Ledoux Book, provost of The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, and former Elon University faculty member and administrative leader, has been elected the university’s ninth president.
The GNA’s October House Dinner featured a discussion about “Municipal Innovation through Civic Engagement” with students, faculty, and staff.
Elon has 28 music theatre alumni who can currently be seen this fall/winter in 11 different Broadway shows and 14 national and international tours including "Hamilton," "Mean Girls," "Hello Dolly," "Wicked," "The Book of Mormon," "Dear Evan Hansen," "The Lion King," "Les Miserables," "CATS," "Aladdin," "Cinderella" and more.
A look at the work of several recent graduates in the field of dance.
Supported by a gift from the Class of May 2017, the networking event in Cemala Commons allowed Elon Law students to learn more about the types of careers enjoyed by law school alumni.
A member of the Class of 2016, Alyssa Romano started medical school this summer in Tübingen, Germany.
Brannock, a retired assistant professor of home economics and longtime friend of Elon, died Sept. 25.
The Sport Management Department hosted its annual fall internship forum on Sept. 18, featuring Carol Pyszkowski ’16 as the event’s keynote speaker. The gathering also highlighted several SPT students and their professional experiences during the past summer.
Nicholas Dyer ’11, senior producer for the late-night Comedy Central program, was honored with colleagues on Sept. 9 at the Creative Arts Emmy Award show in Los Angeles.
David L. Morrow II ’07 L’10, special adviser to the president and assistant chief of staff at Elon University, recently joined the American Bar Association’s Advisory Commission for the Division for Public Education.
The Charles C. Springs '69 Endowed Scholarship is an estate gift made possible by a new Blended Giving program at Elon.
Barrett Wilbert Weed '11 will play Janis Sarkisian in the Broadway adaptation of the 2004 cult classic.
Jim Drummond ’50 honors his late wife, Joan Summers Drummond ’52, and their Elon experience with a gift to name the spacious entrance plaza at the university’s new convocation center.
First-year students pledged to uphold the four virtues of the Elon Honor Code during the Call to Honor ceremony Sept. 15 in Alumni Gym.
The annual gathering for Elon alumni, parents and friends drew a record crowd to a gala setting aboard the WWII-era aircraft carrier Intrepid.