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The Fac/Staff Wellness tables were a popular destination on Oct. 21, 2014, at Elon'sannual Benefits Fair.
The "unsinkable" Titanic did just that in the middle of the North Atlantic and a show that opens Oct. 23, 2014, in McCrary Theatre tells the tale of those who survived and perished more than a century ago on the maiden voyage of the doomed oceanliner.
Two monks used colored sand in the Numen Lumen Pavilion this week to create a Buddhist symbol that fosters healing and peace for those who view it.
Thousands of refugees each year face hurdles in rebuilding lives away from homes where they were persecuted, and on Monday evening in the Global Neighborhood, Elon University students learned more about issues confronting new arrivals to the United States.
Tuesday, Oct. 28, 7-8 p.m., Lakeside Hall, Second Floor
A series of events starting Oct. 28 with a conversation between Jonathan Reckford, CEO of Habitat for Humanity International, and Elon President Leo M. Lambert will help prepare students for making service a lifetime value.
The second annual "Birthday Party for West Residence Hall" on Oct. 16 brought together more than 100 current students and five alumni to celebrate the oldest building on Elon University's campus.
Paul Saginaw, co-founder of Zingerman's Delicatessen, will visit Elon as part of the C. Ashton Newhall Endowed Lecture Series.
Four outstanding members of the Elon community were honored with the LGBTQIA Community Enrichment Awards during an Oct. 19 event in Johnston Hall.
The name change reflects the center’s focused mission and goals as the university’s dedicated resource for race- and ethnicity-related advocacy, services and programs.
As part of the Homecoming 2014 festivities, the Elon Black Alumni Network celebrated the accomplishments of black alumni, faculty and staff during a special celebration.
Yasmine Arrington's "ScholarCHIPS" program has provided 17 scholarships to date to children whose parents are imprisoned, and her work both on and off Elon University's campus has caught the attention of nonprofit leaders and government policymakers.
More than 2,500 people gathered on campus Oct. 18 to celebrate Elon's 2014 Homecoming.
The Elon students met with 1,000 PRSSA members during Fall Break and had opportunities to learn about public relations professionals and to network and make contacts for the future.
From raking leaves to painting front stoops, Elon University students and alumni on Saturday assisted Town of Elon residents with sprucing up homes built over the past two decades through Habitat for Humanity.
The Truitt Center for Religious and Spiritual Life hosted an Oct. 16 celebration that helped Elon University students learn more from local Muslims about their beliefs.
The director of Elon University's Physician Assistant Studies program received the PAEA's 2014 Master Faculty Award for her contributions to physician assistant education.
The awards are the highest accolades conferred by the Office of Alumni Engagement and have been presented annually to alumni and friends of Elon since 1941.
More than 100 members of the Elon community attended the Oct. 17 event that kicked off this year’s Homecoming festivities with the recognition of eight distinguished alumni and class and affinity volunteers.
NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams headlined the public kickoff of fundraising for Elon’s new communications facilities.
Plans for a new academic complex excited alumni, students and faculty who gathered Friday to help launch a fundraising drive that, once complete, will allow Elon University to double the amount of campus space dedicated to the School of Communications.
Class members contributed more than $95,000 to the university in honor of the milestone.
Furman Moseley '56 met Friday with students in the Center for Access & Success to share his own memories of Elon and to learn about their collegiate experiences made possible through scholarships he created.
Katie Blunt '15 discussed media framing of Hitler's early years.
On Oct. 3, the Elon Business Fellows traveled to New York City for a weekend of networking and experiential learning.
President Leo M. Lambert has issued his annual report detailing impressive research being done by Elon faculty and students.
The School of Communications organized events that encouraged students, faculty and staff to interact with the news.
Several candidates for the Supreme Court of North Carolina discussed their qualifications and vision for the state judicial system at an Oct. 13 Elon Law forum.
Sponsored by the Alamance County Rotary Club, one of Elon University's newest student organizations is commited to community and international service alongside professional and leadership development.
Elon University School of Law will launch a fully redesigned curriculum in fall 2015, better positioning students to excel in the rapidly evolving legal profession.
Elon received the group's Carraway Award for preservation of the historic schoolhouse on the university's campus.
NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education has selected Elon University to participate in a national initiative on civic learning and democratic engagement.
The School of Education held its Teacher Education Induction Ceremony on Tuesday, October 7 at 4:15 pm in McKinnon Hall section F.
The Princeton Review gives top marks to the MBA program of Elon's Martha and Spencer Love School of Business.
World tech experts predict telepresence, virtual reality and highly personal information apps are ahead in the next decade of high-speed Internet development.
The second House Dinner of the semester brought together students, faculty and staff for an intellectual discussion.
Created in 2013, the program provides students with a basic skill set the Peace Corps and its participatory countries need for successful community projects.
The Martha and Spencer Love School of Business hosted the fourth LSB Connect Conference for sophomores on Sept. 27.
The Elon University Poll, for the first time in its history, used an online survey to ask registered voters about their impressions of North Carolina's U.S. Senate candidates this fall while measuring the way name ordering on ballots might affect support for major party nominees.
Members of Elon Law's Classes of 2015 and 2016 served this summer in executive and judicial branches of state and federal government, law firms, the offices of corporate counsel and in public interest positions.
The School of Education at Elon University is hosting an accreditation visit by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) on April 19 - 21, 2015, and your feedback is needed.
Applications will be available soon for the spring 2015 retreat hosted by the university's New Student and Transition Programs.
President Leo M. Lambert and four Elon professors led dinner conversations on Oct. 6 with students from the university's Historic Neighborhood who wanted to share the lessons they learned from Fall Convocation.
Elon University’s Fall Convocation and Baird Pulitzer Prize Lecture on Oct. 2, 2014, featured Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, husband-and-wife journalists who shared ways for people to make a difference in battling global challenges like poverty, sex trafficking and lack of educational opportunities.
Amanda Ketner ’11, a math teacher at Woods Charter School in Chapel Hill, N.C., visited campus Oct. 2 with several students to hear husband-and-wife Pulitzer Prize-winners Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, whose book inspired her to create a chapter of Girls Learn International at the school.
Elon students organized and led a Walk Against Victim Blaming on Oct. 3, 2014, to condemn sexual violence and highlight resources available to prevent it.
Jamie Sclater ’02, who is representing the U.S. Marine Corps, has won several gold and silver medals in his division for swimming at the 2014 Warrior Games in Colorado Springs.
Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the first married couple to win journalism’s highest honor, took questions from Elon University students Thursday in a Whitley Auditorium conversation on the education of girls, their roles as storytellers and the “white savior complex.”