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  1. Career Moves: An internship with diplomatic impact

    Elon University senior Alexandra Cantone authored a report on women's roles in countering violent extremism in Saudi Arabia as part of a summer internship at the Institute for Gulf Affairs, a Washington think tank to which she applied with help from faculty and the Student Professional Development Center.

  2. 'Race is inextricably bound up in American history'

    Community members joined with Elon University students, faculty and staff Tuesday night for a public forum led by civic leaders and historical experts who shared ideas for improving race relations in the United States.

  3. A decade of service following Katrina

    Elon University students and staff have organized dozens of service trips to the Gulf Coast following Hurricane Katrina, and as the nation marks the storm's 10th anniversary this summer, campus leaders and alumni reflect on how they, too, were shaped by its destruction.

  4. 'Manufactured Landscapes: A View of Human Systems' - Sept. 8

    The Liberal Arts Forum brings to campus this semester internationally acclaimed photographer and filmmaker Edward Burtynsky, whose work is described as "visually stunning and truly global in the spatial, conceptual and political sense of that word."

  5. New Student Convocation welcomes Class of 2019

    University leaders, faculty and fellow students shared reflections and advice for making the most of the next four years in an annual program on new students' "first day of a lifetime relationship with Elon."

  6. Largest class in Elon history moves to campus

    Faculty, staff and upperclassmen welcomed more than 1,500 new students Friday morning as members of the Class of 2019 arrived at the university for the start of their collegiate studies.

  7. Elon named a Top 25 LGBTQ-friendly campus

    Recent initiatives by Elon University have earned it praise from a national organization that advocates for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students and campus groups.

  8. Elon Move-In brings words of wisdom

    New Elon families received advice this week on university social media channels from other families that have moved their children to campus in years past.

  9. Previewing the 2015-16 academic year

    In his annual video message, Elon President Leo M. Lambert shares information about new facilities, programs and special initiatives planned for the year ahead.

  10. The miracle of Gabriela Rosales

    Five months after a horrific traffic accident near the Center for the Arts, Gabriela Rosales returned to Elon University on Aug. 14, 2015, to visit with a campus community whose outpouring of support has lifted her spirits during her ongoing recovery.

  11. Welcoming the Class of 2019

    New resources will make it easier for incoming students to move to campus on Aug. 21, 2015, when university faculty and staff greet the largest class in Elon history.

  12. Village Project's summer camp highlighted on UNC-TV

    North Carolina's public television station visited Elon University in July to report on the success of an educational program that inspires and assists young children from the local community with learning to read.

  13. 'Elon is about human relationships'

    President Leo M. Lambert previewed the 2015-16 academic year Monday in an annual address to faculty and staff at the start of Planning Week, and his remarks emphasized how Elon University is defined by the meaningful connections members of the campus community form with each other.

  14. M.Ed. graduates praised as 'magic elixir' for young minds

    Twenty-five candidates in Elon University's Master of Education program received degrees Saturday in a ceremony highlighted by a Commencement address that challenged teachers to unshackle their students' minds and inspire them to pursue their dreams.

  15. Gap Experience welcomes members of Class of 2019

    Fifteen incoming Elon University students began their collegiate studies on a semester program that takes them across the nation to grow leadership skills and serve communities with various needs.

  16. National leaders to speak at Elon Law

    Elon Law’s Distinguished Leadership Lecture Series presented by The Joseph M. Bryan Foundation will feature two-term Michigan governor Jennifer Granholm, New York Times Supreme Court correspondent Adam Liptak and ESPN broadcaster and attorney Jay Bilas. 

  17. I Am Elon with Ben Bridges ’17

    As an anthropology major minoring in Latin American studies and art, the rising junior appreciates the versatility that comes with his chosen fields of study.

  18. SURE scholars present summer research

    Students participating in the Summer Undergraduate Research Experiences program spent eight weeks on campus collaborating with faculty on a variety of projects.

  19. DPT students and "Village" campers get active

    For the last two weeks Elon's Doctor of Physical Therapy first and third-year students worked with Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy Education Paula DiBiasio to help local children get active. 

  20. Gifted students 'FLEX' their minds at Elon

    A weeklong program managed by students in the Master of Education program welcomed academically gifted grade school students to campus for cultural enrichment while helping professional teachers learn how to engage their classrooms' brightest minds.

  21. Pre-Serve introduces incoming Elon students to service

    Eighteen incoming first-year students explored a variety of service opportunities and got to know Alamance County as part of a summer experience through the Kernodle Center for Service Learning and Community Engagement.

  22. From Elon to the New York stage

     Ethan Andersen '14 is taking “HeadVoice,” an original production he’s been working on since high school, to this month's New York Music Theatre Festival.