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  1. Journalist shares stories of 'messy' cultural background

    Mei-Ling Hopgood, a professor at Northwestern University and author of two books, spoke with an Elon University audience on Jan. 21 about her biological family in Taiwan, her adoption by white American parents, and the definition of “home” when you’ve lived around the globe.

  2. Elon mourns passing of J. Rankin Parks III ’32

    The university’s oldest living alumnus – who in October 2013 took part in Fall Convocation’s “Long Maroon Line” as a tribute to Elon’s 125th anniversary year – died Monday in his sleep in Durham, North Carolina.

  3. On MLK Day, a tribute through service

    Fifty students, faculty and staff took part Monday in a “Day of Service” in Greensboro, N.C., to honor the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

  4. 'Only you get to decide who you are'

    Artist and spoken word performer Kip Fulbeck, whose nationally acclaimed work explores concepts of identity and race, visited campus Jan. 15 as part of Elon University’s 2015 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Beloved Community Celebration.

  5. Elon recognized for commitment to civic engagement

    The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching selected Elon to receive its 2015 Community Engagement Classification, which signifies ongoing university efforts to instill an ethos of service and civic engagement in all areas of campus life.

  6. 2014: The year in pictures

    As 2014 draws to a close, the Office of University Communications shares some great moments captured by Elon photographers during the past 12 months.

  7. New Family Justice Center breaks ground in Greensboro

    Elon Law is an executive partner in the coalition advancing a new Guilford County Family Justice Center, which will house 17 provider agencies and create a single point of access for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse and elder abuse.

  8. Elon senior spends summer with CDC program

    Brittany Lue, a public health studies major, interned at the University of Michigan through a program designed to increase college students' interest in minority health.