Elon University and the School of Communications officially opened the new 220-seat theater on Dec. 8, with a cinematic celebration recognizing the work of Laith Majali ’05.
Rachel Cantlay '17 tapped into the Elon Job Network to land a tasty internship with Kraft Heinz.
The foundation encourages men to go without shaving during November to raise money for men's health issues.
The Writing Center will be open through 4 p.m. this Friday. Schedule your last-minute appointments now.
"Kreer i esperar es la vida alargar" - "Believing and hoping makes life longer"
Love School of Business Project Management track students initiate, plan and execute fall fundraising activities to support veterans and the Wounded Warrior Project
Nearly a dozen School of Communications students participated in a consumer immersion research exercise, building on coursework that explores the relationships between the producers of media messages and their audiences.
Danielle Halliday ’17 and Riley Billman ’17 won the professional selling competition exclusively for Elon students.
Auditions/Interviews for the Spring 2017 Edition of the Elon Jazz Ensemble
The ranking comes from Poets & Quants, a business education news outlet that released its inaugural survey results on Dec. 5.
This would involve Red Cross representatives as well as the Fire Department visiting homes and installing alarms, and discussing fire prevention with community members.
Members of the Elon community gathered in Alumni Gym on Dec. 3 to pay tribute to Dr. Danieley, who served Elon for more than seven decades.
President Emeritus J. Earl Danieley passed away Tuesday at the age of 92, with the community invited to pay their respects in the Lumen Numen Pavilion on Friday.
The students reviewed data patterns and trends presented in the N.C. Global Engagement Snapshot at a recent N.C. Coalition for Global Competitiveness meeting.
Sophomore marketing, entrepreneurship major represents Elon at Lumina Foundation’s Beyond the Transcript event
The event was part of the Comprehensive Student Record Project, which is a partnership between the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers and Student Affairs Professionals in Higher Education that aims to develop replicable transcript innovations..
Students in the Wilderness and Adventure Therapy course embarked on a global education experience in Peru to hike and camp on the Inca trail during the week of Thanksgiving break.
Hundreds gathered outside Alamance Building on Thursday night for Elon University's annual Festival of Holiday Lights, with luminaries glowing in honor of alumni and student donors.
This semester's edition marks the 14th in the history of the Elon Journal, the nation’s first and only undergraduate research journal in communications.
May Memorial Library is seeking volunteers to help immigrants with computer skills on Monday nights in January from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Alamance County Libraries Holiday Magic Event in Need of Volunteers on Dec. 9 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Alamance County Libraries will be hosting Eastlawn Literacy Night at the Front St. Methodist Church on Dec. 13 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and is in need of 10-15 volunteers.
Unified Sports is a partnership between Special Olympics Alamance County and Elon University Campus Recreation that brings together Special Olympics athletes and Elon students through participation in various sports.
Students from a history class will be hosting an exhibition titled “China in the Early Modern World”
Since graduating in 1946, Dr. J. Earl Danieley spent 70 years serving Elon University and touching the lives of thousands.
Dr. J. Earl Danieley, 92, president emeritus of Elon University and one of North Carolina’s strongest advocates for higher education, died November 29 at the Village at Brookwood in Burlington, N.C.
The 220-seat theater is located in the new Dwight C. Schar Hall and was funded by a gift by the Turner family.
More than a dozen community organizations will gather at Elon University for the countywide 2016 World AIDS Day event.
Beth Lester '17 is among the recipients of the Lumen Prize, which provides selected students with a $15,000 scholarship and celebrates their academic and creative accomplishments.
Moseley Center hours of operation for Monday, Nov. 21, to Sunday, Nov. 27
Anna Baynes '18 turned to the Student Professional Development Center seeking help with a career path, with staff helping her explore work in sustainable agriculture.
The national mathematics honor society Pi Mu Epsilon hosted faculty from Winthrop University (SC) and Central Washington University (WA) for engaging colloquia on topics at the intersection of mathematics, biology, history, and physics.
Stephanie Bedard ’17 presented her thesis and worked on a global team to solve a real business challenge during the Academy of International Business Southeast conference.
In Robert Charest's COR 110 classes, students are challenged to reexamine objects they may take for granted, and use them for a unique purpose: to solve a "first world problem."
Several School of Communications students and graduates were recognized during the Nov. 12 event held at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
The Writing Center will be closed during Thanksgiving Break.
Students were challenged with complex ethical dilemmas they are likely to face in today's corporate world.
Survey participants will have a chance to win $300.
In an unconventional election season, students working at the Elon Poll gained unique insights into the prevailing mood of voters and the state of civic discourse.
The statewide coalition of colleges and universities also recognized an Elon student with its Community Impact Award for leadership and service.
Club baseball won the Greenville Fall Invitational Tournament by going 5-0 this past weekend with a run differential of 39-10. The other universities that participated in this tournament were Western Carolina, Vanderbilt, Appalachian State, Eastern Kentucky and William & Mary.
The Nov. 13 win against the Western Carolina University Women's Club Soccer team was the final game of the fall season.
Fletcher Rowe ’19 and Alex Hale ’19 pitched marketing ideas to the public relations agency’s clients, attempting to solve real-life issues facing the organizations.
Four students and a staff member from the School of Communications provided video and social media coverage for the annual forum that brings together world leaders to discuss perspectives relating to food, health and prosperity.
The teams will be in the country Nov. 18-27 competing and participating in an oversears learning experience.
Please read this message from Smith Jackson, vice president for student life and dean of students, regarding available Elon resources to support members of the community, promote respectful dialogue and facilitate civic engagement.
The award-winning journalist and founder of The Race Card Project will speak at Elon on January 10, 2017.
The annual ranking by the Institute of International Education recognizes Elon for sending more students abroad than any other master's-level university in the nation.
Peter Jakes '17, Nathan Pool '17, Michelle Rave '17, Kelly Reagan '17 and Jade Schrader '16 gave presentations at the 12th Annual Regional Mathematics and Statistics Conference held at UNC-Greensboro on Nov. 11-12.