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  1. Elon Dining Services donates holiday meals

    In coordination with Campus Kitchen at Elon University, Elon Dining Services staff prepared and packaged nearly 1,000 meals for distribution to those facing hunger in Alamance County the week of Thanksgiving.

  2. 'Movember' anything but a hairy proposition

    Several Elon University student and staff organizations are taking part in a "No-Shave November" to raise money and awareness for addressing health issues that affect men.

  3. Elon students attend, support Global Action Summit

    Five students and one staff member from the School of Communications provided video and social media coverage for the annual forum that brings together world leaders to discuss topics relating to food, health and prosperity. Two other Elon students attended the conference as fellows.

  4. Elon Law welcomes five new Advisory Board members

    Elon Law has added five accomplished lawyers to its national advisory board, bringing insight from decades of experience in an array of law practice areas to advance the Law School’s groundbreaking approach to legal education. 

  5. Elon Poll: N.C. divided on fairness in the courts

    Just 40 percent of North Carolinians believe that, as a whole, people "usually" or "always" receive a fair outcome in their dealings with the state court system, according to the latest Elon University Poll.

  6. Elon ranked #1 in study abroad

    In its annual ranking, the Institute of International Education recognizes Elon for sending more students abroad than any other master’s-level university in the United States.

  7. 'Be instruments of peace'

    The campus community remembered the victims of a terrorist attack in Paris in a Sunday vigil in which university leaders challenged Elon students to make a difference in the world by committing to lives of compassion and kindness.

  8. New book brings to life Judaism's 'Elder of Kelm'

    "Sharing the Burden: Rabbi Simhah Zissel Ziv and the Path of Musar" by Assistant Professor Geoffrey Claussen recounts the life of a 19th century Jewish leader who greatly influenced a movement focused on the development of human character.

  9. Showing gratitude to those who served

    Elon University’s annual Veterans Day Observance on Wednesday recognized former soldiers and sailors – as well as their families and friends – whose sacrifices have preserved the freedoms enjoyed by those who make the United States their home.

  10. Death of Elon student Demitri Allison

    Elon junior Demitri Allison died Wednesday in a fall from a residence hall at the University of North Carolina. He was a management major and member of the Phoenix football team.

  11. Elon Poll: The doctor is 'in' in the Tar Heel State

    In North Carolina, Dr. Ben Carson leads the competition in the race to secure the GOP nomination for the 2016 presidential election, according to the latest Elon University Poll. Carson also tops former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a general election hypothetical head-to-head match up.

  12. Elon students & faculty research gender gap in philosophy classes

    Supported by a grant from the Diversity Infusion Project through Elon's Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, three seniors and three professors are trying to answer why women show less interest in taking philosophy courses or pursuing philosophy as a major.

  13. In praise of relationships at the PARC

    A Tuesday celebration of the Phoenix Activities & Recreation Center allowed students and administrators to reflect on expanded programs that are reshaping the Danieley Neighborhood and, more broadly, Elon University’s residential campus experience.

  14. Ian Baltutis '08 wins Burlington mayor election

    The accomplished young alumnus and entrepreneur received 55 percent of the vote in city elections held Nov. 3, 2015, propelling him to the top elected position in Alamance County's largest city.

  15. Elon honors Dean Emeritus George R. Johnson, Jr.

    Professor George R. Johnson, Jr., who served as dean of Elon University School of Law from 2009 to 2014, was named Dean Emeritus on Nov. 2 at a special ceremony that included the unveiling of Johnson’s portrait. 

  16. Helping police interview people new to the English language

    Research by Elon University senior Cecily Basquin points to shortcomings in the way law enforcement gather eyewitness information from non-native English speakers, and she hopes her work – already being shared at international conferences – will lead to improvements in the criminal justice system.

  17. Symposium gives PA students insights into underserved populations

    The third annual event for Elon University graduate students in the Physician Assistant Studies program helped prepare the future medical professionals for aiding patients who struggle with mental health issues, poverty, a lack of education and other obstacles to healthy living.

  18. A toast to greatness

    Four members of the Elon community were honored Homecoming weekend with the 2015 Elon LGBT Community Enrichment Awards at a champagne brunch.

  19. 5K race begins a new Elon tradition

    The inaugural Homecoming 5K Brick Run was a prelude to tailgating and football festivities on Saturday that welcomed back to campus Elon alumni of all eras.

  20. Celebrating alumni excellence

    Five exemplary Elon alumni were honored with the 2015 Alumni Awards on Oct. 16 during a ceremony that kicked off a weekend of events as part of Homecoming.