Women's basketball head coach Charlotte Smith now qualifies for the Women's Basketball Coaches Association's National Coach of the Year award.
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All students are invited to a conversation with President Connie Ledoux Book and Student Life Vice President Jon Dooley.
Matt Kowalewski '19 shares about the experience as he and fellow student-athletes visit Costa Rica during spring break.
Catholic Campus Ministry has invited students, faculty, staff and the community to join in a variety of events marking Holy Week, which begins Sunday, March 25.
Lashley served as associate women's basketball head coach from 1994 through 2005, when she died after a battle with cancer.
Led by Matt Cotton ’18, approximately 40 Elon students volunteered at the conference championship tournament held in Greensboro Feb. 28 through March 4.
The road closure through downtown Elon from March 17 until March 24 is necessary for continued work on the renovation and expansion of McEwen Dining Hall.
Derek Lackaff, associate professor of communications and associate director of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, was recently interviewed by the French publication La Croix about the limited catalog of video games available in minority languages.
Elon University hosted the First Amendment Free Food Festival March 14 to celebrate the rights outlined in the First Amendment.
The loss closes out a season that saw the team repeat as CAA Tournament champions and earn a second-straight trip to the NCAA Tournament.
On March 13, donors made 5,370 gifts raising $1,840,378 to achieve the most successful Elon Day celebration to date.
School of Education alumna Amanda Gardner Jones ’98 reflects on her experience as a teacher candidate while sitting on the other side of the interview table at the Elon Teacher Fair held on March 15, 2018.
Investigative report features Elon professor's insights on search warrants targeting Google accounts
Analysis from Jonathan Jones, instructor in communications and director of the N.C. Open Government Coalition, was recently featured in a March 15 report by WRAL.com, a Raleigh-based news outlet.
Meghan Peterson ’18, relying on advice and support from professors and staff in the Student Professional Development Center, was recently accepted into four of the nation’s best pharmacy schools.
The Phoenix women are rated among the top academic teams competing in this year's NCAA Division I basketball tournament.
The Elon's women's basketball team will be playing in Reynolds Coliseum in Raleigh, N.C. today — find details on how to watch or listen to the game here and where to join alumni to cheer on the Phoenix.
The Town of Elon recently granted the university's request to activate the scrolling news ticker on the south end of McEwen Communications Building, facing Citrone Plaza on Williamson Avenue.
Dave Gammon, associate professor of biology, offered his take on a contender for the title in Gizmodo's "Giz Asks" weekly article.
Excellence in Business Leadership: Matt Snow ’18 examines the importance of venture capital networks
The Love Award for Excellence in Business Leadership provided the senior with an opportunity to pursue a research project focusing on the role venture capital networks play in determining a startup’s success.
More than 100 Elon students, faculty and staff gathered in front of Alamance Building Wednesday as part of a national school walkout that involved thousands across the country.
A special College Coffee inside Alumni Gym on Tuesday morning energized the Elon community for its fifth #ElonDay effort.
Elon's women's basketball team is a No. 13 seed in its second-straight NCAA tournament and will take on N.C. State later this week.
Elon’s student-run radio station hosted a two-day celebration that included a panel discussion, featuring several former WSOE general managers, and a dinner with a keynote from Tom Mullen ’00, vice president of marketing catalog at Atlantic Records. Additionally, Assistant Professor Gerald Gibson was recognized with an Award of Excellence for his years of mentorship.
Tyler Seibring '19, an English and economics double major, becomes the fourth student-athlete in Elon men's basketball history to repeat as an Academic All-American.
Kapor, an entrepreneur, technologist, investor and social advocate, will be presented with the Elon University Medal for Entrepreneurial Leadership on April 12 at 5 p.m. in the LaRose Digital Theatre.
The Phoenix defeated Drexel 57-45 at the tournament in Philadelphia, running the team's winning streak to 13 and winning an automatic berth to the NCAA Division I tournament.
Several seniors presented their work during the Eastern Economic Association's 44th annual conference.
As part of the 2018 Coca-Cola and Regal Films student film competition, Elon students traveled to Atlanta in late January to produce a 35-second film, which is now available to watch online. And don’t forget to vote for Elon’s commercial in the Fan Favorite Award contest.
More than 75 employers and 500 students attended Elon’s biannual Job and Internship Expo on March 8.
A recipient of Elon's Leadership Prize, Kobos is responding to the needs of educators in linguistically diverse schools.
The Performing Arts Department presents Echoes, the spring dance concert, with performances March 9-11.
A new Elon University Poll conducted in partnership with the Raleigh News & Observer and Charlotte Observer finds that a large majority of educators in the state say arming teachers with guns is a bad idea and would increase gun-related deaths in schools.
The 5,100-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.
The students join a global community of Fellows charged with increasing campus engagement with innovation, entrepreneurship, design thinking and creativity.
Professor of Mathematics Crista Arangala, Associate Professor of Mathematics Karen Yokley and Associate Professor of Mathematics Nicholas Luke (N.C. A&T State University) published a new book, "Mathematical Modeling: Branching Beyond Calculus," that focuses on exposing a broad audience to mathematical modeling.
Elon's community connections shine through as President Connie Ledoux Book visits local elementary schools
Book, who began her term as Elon's ninth president on March 1, visited Newlin Elementary School and Eastlawn Elementary School where she met with students, teachers and staff.
Seventy high school seniors interested in studying communications and sport management visited during Fellows Weekend held March 2-3. Following a competitive selection process, 30 students will be named 2018 Communications Fellows.
Five graduates of Elon University School of Law were among 16 attorneys selected for the North Carolina Bar Association's Leadership Academy, a program designed to "help young lawyers become more effective leaders in their communities."
Four marketing majors joined students from N.C. State University and UNC-Chapel Hill to address the opioid crisis on college campuses during the American Marketing Association Triangle’s first collegiate marketing competition.
Hundreds gathered Thursday morning in the Great Hall to celebrate Connie Ledoux Book’s first day of service as Elon’s president.
Campus Compact has named Fiona Zahm '20 a recipient of a Newman Civic Fellowship, which recognizes and supports community-oriented students and is named for Frank Newman, a founder of Campus Compact.
Twenty-three Elon Music Theatre alumni will be seen this spring on Broadway and on tour in hit shows like "Dear Evan Hansen," "Hamilton," "Wicked," and "The Book of Mormon," and in brand-new musicals coming to Broadway like "Mean Girls," "Head Over Heels," and "Summer: The Donna Summer Musical."
Belk and his wife, Carole Grotnes Belk, contributed to the growth of Elon’s campus and athletics facilities across four decades.
The prestigious CAA honor recognizes a student-athlete who exhibits leadership and integrity along with strong academic achievement.
On her first day in office, Elon’s new president was on hand for the final regular season intercollegiate basketball game in Alumni Memorial Gymnasium. The game ended in a big Phoenix win.
President Book shared breakfast with staff and students as she started her tenure on Thursday, March 1.
Elon students, faculty and staff gathered in Alumni Gym Tuesday, Feb. 27, to recognize President Leo M. Lambert and Laurie Lambert for their 19 years of service to the university.
Trustees name Academic Village and athletics scholarship in honor of President Leo and Laurie Lambert
Elon University’s Board of Trustees has created two special honors in tribute to President Leo M. Lambert and his wife Laurie for their 19 years of service.
Career Moves: Krishfield finds a new passion — and a new career goal — during winter-term internship
The Student Professional Development Center helped Elon senior Laura Krishfield locate the Ocean Mammal Institute internship, and determine a new career path.
The honorees are young alumni who have achieved major professional success, serve as difference-makers in their communities and loyally support Elon as partners, advocates and investors.