E-Net News


  1. CELEBRATE! Week runs April 28 - May 3

    Hundreds of Elon students will be involved in activities during CELEBRATE! 2014, a celebration of achievements in academics and the arts that culminates with the university's first ever extravaganza of the arts & sciences open to the public.

  2. 'Awkwood' Web Series needs extras

    Want to relive prom? Or at least attend an awkward one? 'Awkwood,' an original web series, is in need of extras for their last day of filming.

  3. Internship opportunity

    Looking for an intern for fall 2014 at the Interactive Resource Center (a day center for the homeless) in Greensboro, N.C.


  4. Club Sports introduces 'Rivalry Game Series'

    A student-led initiative to raise the visibility of the university's 24 club sports programs started April 12 with a decisive Elon baseball victory over visiting East Carolina University.

  5. SWAG- Kona Water Ice - April 30

    We will be having free Kona water ice for the first 200 students and Kopper Top will be here with animals that students are allowed to pet and play with!

    End time: 2:00 

  6. Pay it Forward Week! April 22-25th

    Join the Center for Leadership as we celebrate the power of giving and showing others that we care! Pay it Forward Week is April 22-25th. 

  7. A new arrival Under the Oaks

    Workers spent Tuesday morning planting a tree in a campus grove known as Under the Oaks after a winter ice storm last month led to the removal of a tree that predated Elon's founding.

  8. Lavender Graduation and Awards Dinner - May 5

    This annual event is a year-end celebration for all LGBTQI and ally students, faculty and staff. Graduating seniors will be honored during the dinner, and achievements in LGBTQIA inclusion at Elon will be recognized.

  9. Lumen Scholar traces the history of mental illness guide

    The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders is the nation’s most recognized resource for classifying conditions like depression and anxiety, but through five editions and half a century, its self-professed raison d'être continues to evolve. Elon University senior Kelsey O’Connell set out to learn “why,” and more importantly, she wanted to pinpoint “how.”

  10. Elon Law students recognized for pro bono service

    At Elon Law’s April Reception with the Legal Community, 34 students were recognized for significant pro bono and community service, including third-year law student Caitlin Cutchin who was recognized for contributing the most pro bono hours while at Elon with 581 hours logged. 

  11. April events commemorate Earth Week

    Several student organizations and departments have partnered to host programs that run through April 26, 2014, in celebration of Earth Week and the university's commitment to sustainability & the environment.