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  1. Retired coach publishes book on tennis

    Tom Parham, a distinguished former Elon coach and professor, authored “The Little Green Book of Tennis” to share winning techniques learned from mentors and observations from his own five decades helping others enjoy the sport.

  2. 'Don't Trash It!' effort benefits community partners

    An annual campaign coordinated by the Office of Sustainability diverted thousands of usable furnishings and food from landfills this spring and into the coffers of regional charities that help people in need.

  3. Campus gathering reflects on tragedy in Charleston

    Staff, faculty and students shared thoughts in a Friday program hosted by the Center for Race, Ethnicity and Diversity Education that concluded with handwritten notes of support to a South Carolina church where nine people were killed days earlier because of their race.

  4. Elon Poll: In North Carolina & beyond, fix Obamacare

    Respondents in the poll's latest online surveys offered their views on legal questions about to be announced by the U.S. Supreme Court, including the Affordable Care Act and the rights of states to decide for themselves whether to recognize same-sex marriage. 

  5. 'Clean Data' offers clear guidance for data scientists

    It takes patience to correct misspelled words, convert file formats and remove incomplete records when analyzing large amounts of information contained in databases and spreadsheets. A new book by Elon University Professor Megan Squire helps to make such tasks easier.

  6. A twist of fortune for Elon a cappella

    What happens when your original arrangement of an already popular song "breaks the Internet?" Tyler Meacham, president of Twisted Measure, shares the story of a viral marketing campaign in late May that earned the Elon University a cappella group national attention.

  7. Professor's new book anything but child's play

    In "Play and the Human Condition," Elon University’s Thomas Henricks explores the way humans of all ages and cultures play with each other - through sport, games, art and more - and how such activities expand the sense of our own possibilities.

  8. Elon Academy celebrates Eta class

    Members of the Elon Academy's sixth class joined friends and family members May 28 to celebrate their success as they prepare for their college journey.

  9. Seniors set record mark with class gift to Elon

    Fifty-three percent of graduating seniors honored their alma mater by contributing to a class gift presented before Commencement on May 23, 2015, to Elon University President Leo M. Lambert.

  10. Advice to MBA grads dished out 'Disney style'

    From Pocahontas to Eeyore, life lessons derived from some of The Walt Disney Company’s most popular characters highlighted a Friday Commencement address by Duke Regional Hospital President Kathleen Galbraith to the newest graduates of Elon’s MBA program.

  11. An Elon for all seasons

    Graduating senior Kyle Hoganson spent much of the past year taking photos of Fonville Fountain from the same spot under the Alamance portico – and a new photo collage is his gift to the university community.

  12. Elon updates Sustainability Master Plan

    The plan, first created in 2007 and updated this spring with input from campus stakeholders, has 38 objectives across four categories: operations, planning and administration, engagement and academics.

  13. ‘Don’t Trash It!’ donation campaign runs May 13-27

    Wondering what to do with that perfectly good item you don’t want to pack? Donation Stations are set up throughout campus May 13-27 to collect donations which go to local charities and assist those in need in Alamance County. 

  14. Career Moves: Internship leads to CBSsports.com job

    Elon University senior entrepreneurship major Kimberly Gersh leveraged a summer work experience into a permanent position by using her personal network and seeking resume and cover letter feedback from the Student Professional Development Center.

  15. Four awarded emeritus status

    Gerald Francis, executive vice president and professor of mathematics, Anne Bolin, professor of anthropology, Michael Calhoun, professor of health and human performance, and David Crowe, professor of history, will all receive emeritus status upon retirement.

  16. Campus rallies for respect and racial equality

    Hundreds of Elon University students, faculty and staff gathered in front of Moseley Center on Tuesday to speak out against acts of bias and discrimination that harm the community and devalue the lives of black students.