More than 2,000 alumni and seniors will be honored on Dec. 3 during this year's Festival of Holiday Lights, which features singing of Christmas carols and luminarias, hot chocolate and cider, the lighting of a Hanukkah menorah, and a visit by Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus.
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The newest cohort of scholars will participate in a program that helps Elon University faculty integrate sustainability into an existing course.
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.
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.
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.
Elon Local News will premiere its documentary “Elon Local News Presents: The Threads of Burlington” at 7 p.m. in LaRose Digital Theater in Elon University’s Koury Business Center.
The paper looks to determine if using Kinesio Taping® as a therapeutic intervention decreases plantar pain and improve functional outcomes in individuals with plantar fasciitis.
The Maker Hub is sponsoring a new project, Elon Kickbox, to help students develop their idea, fund their project, and inspire them to make it a reality.
The following letter was emailed Nov. 20 to students in the Class of 2016 and their families by Jeff Clark, executive director of the Office of Cultural and Special Programs at Elon University.
Students from a history class at Elon University will be hosting an exhibition titled "Things That Traveled: Material Culture of China in the Early Modern World."
Chris Ekstrand, a consultant for the National Basketball Association, shared his journey from middling high school athlete and fledgling sports writer to a one-of-a-kind position with the world’s most prominent basketball league.
Elon University was recognized for its academic excellence and achievement, for furthering learning for all life, and for advocating for the arts and sciences.
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.
Elon Law Dean Luke Bierman, a member of the N.C. Commission on the Administration of Law and Justice, says new polling results can inform efforts led by the state’s Chief Justice to strengthen North Carolina’s judicial system.
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.
Elon’s chapter of the management fraternal organization welcomed 27 members earlier this month.
The seminar offered CPAs continuing professional education credits in taxes, regulatory ethics, accounting, management advisory services, communications and economics.
Students concentrated on developing networking, resume and interview skills with insight from professionals at the LSB Connect Conference.
As a first-generation college student, the political science major is fully embracing Elon and the opportunities it provides him.
The chair of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics will assume her new role at the university starting in January 2016.
The university has received a STARS Silver rating from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.
Elon Law Professor Heather Scavone, the director of the Law School's Humanitarian Immigration Law Clinic, shed light on international and U.S. procedures for screening refugees in an interview with WGHP FOX8 News.
Carol Pyszkowski’s capstone project, supported by the Premier Sport and Event Society, provided more than 40 Elon University students an inside look into the professional sports and arena management industries.
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.
PURM releases special issue 'Inclusion of Students from Historically Underrepresented Groups in Undergraduate Research'
The special issue of 'Perspectives on Undergraduate Research and Mentoring' contains five research articles.
Jamie Albright '13 and Professor Cynthia Fair shared original HIV/AIDS research at a conference of the American Public Health Association.
The associate professor of music takes the podium for UNC-Chapel Hill's 50th Annual Open Sing of 'Messiah.'
A contingent of Elon University students, faculty and staff members traveled to Atlanta to attend the annual public relations-focused conventions, where alumna Heather Harder ’14 was presented with a prestigious PRSSA award.
Tarah Holland and Erin Turner ’15 joined three fellow hackers to develop a community-centered web app that makes it easier to locate food donation sites and encourages contributions.
Greenhouse gas emissions per square foot of building space have decreased since 2008 while overall emissions have risen.
Faculty and staff members presented sessions and ran a sponsorship table at an Orlando, Florida, convention that featured more than 6,100 attendees.
Students from Hillcrest Elementary School in Burlington, North Carolina, toured campus after visting a restored schoolhouse near Rhodes Stadium first used to teach children in the 1800s.
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.
"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.
The university community shared memories Thursday afternoon of Demitri Allison, a wide receiver on the Elon Phoenix football team, and began the healing process that follows the sudden loss of a loved one.
Elon University graduate Yasmine Arrington '15 has been awarded two national prizes for her work with ScholarCHIPS, a nonprofit she founded in 2010 to provide scholarships to high school students of incarcerated parents.
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.
Elon's Imagining the Internet team is interviewing people from around the world at the 10th annual IGF facilitated by the United Nations.
Assistant Professor Katy Rouse co-authored a new report that found a small price premium for residential real estate in Wake County, North Carolina, when children attend schools that teach from late August through mid June.
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.
This semester's edition marks the 12th in the history of the Elon Journal, the nation’s first and only undergraduate research journal in communications.
The Elon community gathered Nov. 9 to celebrate the Hindu festival of Diwali in the McBride Gathering Space of the Numen Lumen Pavilion.
Women's and Gender Studies becomes Women's, Gender, and Sexualities Studies; announces enhanced vision, curricula and programming
The student-produced newscast was honored with eight awards, including four first-place finishes, and two School of Communications graduates were recognized for their professional journalism efforts.
A total of 20 students and faculty attended, and six students presented, at the 11th Annual Regional Mathematics and Statistics Conference at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro on Nov. 7, 2015.
Eighty-six people made it across the finish line in a seasonal 5K walk/run that collects canned goods for those in need in Alamance County.
Two accounting majors presented their analysis of Uber’s business practices for the annual business ethics case competition.
The human service studies major from Baltimore has received a 2015 Community Impact Award from North Carolina Campus Compact.