As you plan your schedule for Winter and Spring, consider signing up for a “Transition Strategies” course.
An event to help Elon students learn about and navigate the different majors in the School of Communications will be held on Thursday, Oct. 27, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. in McEwen 013.
The Dance Program hosted two internationally known guest artists who taught master classes to dance majors.
The new 5,400-seat convocation center is scheduled to be completed in mid-2018 and will become home to Elon's basketball and volleyball programs.
Front Street UMC is seeking volunteers for Touch a Truck Event on Saturday, Oct. 29 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
The poetry contest will be judged by University of Virginia faculty member Debra Nystrom.
This year, Election Day is on Tuesday, Nov. 8. The Elon Political Engagement Work Group and Elon Votes! have worked with the Alamance County Board of Elections to create the following information on voting locations, what you need to bring to the polls, and Elon shuttle transportation to precincts,
8 a.m - 5 p.m. - The Moseley Center, room 140
Five Elon students were among a group of 25 brought together by Harvard University's Institute of Politics to discuss their views during the last debate.
Get a head start on writing your abstract for submission to NCUR!
Instructional & Campus Technologies helps first-year students identify the role technology and social media plays in their lives
Instructional & Campus Technologies held its 9th annual Connected@Elon event during New Student Orientation. Created to help incoming students learn about the technology available to them on campus, Connected@Elon includes trivia games, prizes, and an interactive presentation.
Students can participate in one-stop early voting from Oct. 20 through Nov. 5. Those not previously registered can register and vote in one trip.
Thirty-one classes have shifted from McEwen Communications Building to the new 45,000-square-foot facility, which houses the 230-seat Turner Theatre, Cameron Innovation Lab, Kanarick Media Sandbox and additional classroom and communications lab spaces.
Kristen Abernathy, assistant professor of mathematics at Winthrop University in South Carolina, spoke to a crowd of 51 students and faculty about her research in the areas of analysis and mathematical modeling on Thursday, Sept. 29.
Twenty-six students will help guide the school's Moot Court Program by participating in upcoming national contests and by coordinating Elon Law's own national moot court competition in April 2017.
Student Write Ins are for any student who wants to devote four uninterrupted hours to their writing.
The Center for Writing Excellence will sponsor multiple writing-related events across campus. Students, staff, and faculty can win great prizes by participating in person and on the CWE’s Facebook page and Twitter feed — hash tag #WhyIWrite and #ELONwrites
The Martha and Spencer Love School of Business students spent three days in Silicon Valley visiting companies, meeting with professionals and learning about different work environments.
On Oct. 11, the School of Education held a casual recruitment event at College Coffee complete with apples from the teachers!
Lumen Scholar Ashley King is traveling to Hong Kong to present her dance biomechanics research at the International Dance and Medicine Science Conference that begins Oct. 19.
Dr. Herbert was awarded the fraternity's William E. Gortney Distinguished Alumnus Award for 2016.
Matthew Crumpton '17 was presented with the first Richard Lichetenstein Leadership Award during his time at the University of Michigan's Summer Enrichment Program.
Elon University students are partnering with Family Abuse Services of Alamance County to increase capacity and spread awareness.
The Elon Law Review hosts a program on Nov. 4, 2016, that will examine the influence of the judiciary on politics and culture in an era of deep distrust in government.
Elon University’s Sigma Kappa chapter raised more than $30,000 at the Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Burlington on Sept. 26. The Sigma Kappa team walked alongside other teams from Alamance County in total raising $73,003.45.
The Fall Phoenix Cup energy competition challenged the Elon community to reduce electricity use on campus.
The School of Communications’ documentary program introduces its 10-student cohort for the 2016-17 academic year.
A White House internship with Vice President Joe Biden’s speechwriting staff over the summer helped senior Gabriela Alvarez discover a new career path.
Fifty students took part in an annual competition that challenged participants this fall to argue the merits or mistakes of prosecutorial decisions in a fictional murder case.
Elon Women's Club Soccer wins 1-0 against High Point University on Family Weekend 2016.
On Sept. 30, the Elon music theatre program performed "Collage," a one-hour showcase featuring show-stopping numbers, at the Twin Lakes Retirement Community.
The Elon Basketball Band (EBB) is currently looking for new members who play a wind instrument, drum set, or electric bass.
The law school's Student Bar Association organized the inaugural Golf for Guilford tournament in September to benefit the county's Partners Ending Homelessness.
There will be an informational meeting in Moseley 213 on Wednesday, Oct. 5, and completed Team Packets Are due by 5 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 17.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author spoke with Associate Professor Rich Landesberg’s ‘Broadcast News Writing’ class, discussing the intricacies of investigative reporting with the School of Communications students.
Emmanuel Morgan ’19, a Queen City native and young African-American male, shares his perspective on the nation’s racial climate and his hometown’s response following the recent death of Keith Lamont Scott during a police altercation.
Twelve years before MacKenzie Walsh ’20, a first-year strategic communications major, set foot on campus, she entered and won a children’s drawing contest to support her aspirations to one day attend college.
E.P.F. (Elon Politics Forum) is hosting a student debate between College Democrats, College Republicans and Young Americans for Liberty. Join us Monday, Oct. 3 at 7:30 p.m. for free food, student Q&A and more! Come listen to the clubs debate political topics in Oaks 212.
The Sport & Event Management Department hosted its annual fall internship forum, highlighting its students’ summer achievements and memorable internship experiences.
The second annual Undergraduate Public Health Research Collaboration was held at Elon on Friday, Sept. 23, and brought together students and faculty from Elon, Davidson College and Furman University.
Hundreds of students gathered in Moseley Center on Sept. 26 to watch the first debate between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump.
The Leadership Education and Development Program hosted its annual Tier Teams Reveal last week.
The contribution will support the honor organization’s financial literacy program for local high school students.
Find out about opportunities on campus for student flu vaccines.
Student volunteer/leadership Opportunity- R.N. Ellington Center for Student Health and Wellness Advisory Board
The Office of Student Health and Wellness is looking for two student volunteers to serve on the advisory board for the R.N. Ellington Center for Health and Wellness for the 2016-17 academic year.
Elon University's first presidential debate watch event proved to be a bigger draw than organizers had anticipated.
During the past two years, the sport and event management and business management double major has examined the reasons why collegiate athletic departments have decided to reclassify to Division I.
On Saturday, Sept. 24, Elon hosted students, faculty and staff from Elon and regional universities at its first Undergraduate Conference on Languages and Cultures.
Elon earns national recognition in all four categories of community engagement.