Elon University Campus Police Chief Dennis Franks shares important information about steps every member of our community should take to ensure their safety in an emergency situation.
Sponsored by the Historic Neighborhood and the Department of Music, the Thursday program featured Victoria Fischer Faw and Andrew Bonner, who offered their audience an introduction to violinist Itzhak Perlman.
Blessed Sacrament School will be hosting an Oktoberfest fall festival on Oct. 23 to raise money for the Home and School Association.
Sales-focused students had the opportunity to meet potential employers at the fall Sales Meet & Greet.
Crossroads Sexual Assault and Response Center is hosting several crisis line traning sessions for volunteers.
Maker Hub Meetups are weekly informal gatherings open to Elon student, faculty, and staff. No registration needed.
Members of Live Oak Communications were invited to present a panel discussion on influencer marketing and its impact on millennial brand affinity at a September conference hosted by Pace.
The Office of Student Health and Wellness, in conjunction with MidTown Pharmacy, has scheduled several flu vaccine clinics for students.
Elon Law student placements in the offices of a city attorney, public defender, judge, law firm and social justice nonprofit are featured in the eighth and final weekly spotlight on Elon Law student summer employment experiences.
Tie 2-2. Elon Goal #1 – Sara Fopiano assist to Rosie Ruzzi goal. HPU goal #1 HPU scores on PK (questionable call). Elon Goal #2- Erin O’Leary wins ball and assists to Julia Weinstein goal. (all first half). 2nd half- HPU scores with 3 minutes left.
In the first game of the year the Elon Mens Club Rugby team gave a tremendous effort but came up short vs NC State 22-20.
Sophmores Ryan Keeny and Noah Rossen opened up the scoring in the first half of the game making it 2-0.
Elon Mens Rugby Club got its first win on Friday night under the lights on South Campus vs UNC-G.
Sophmore Noah Rossen continued his hot streak by scoring a header to tie the game in the final minutes of the first half. Junior Cam Thacker put 2 in the second half to ensure a victory over UNC-G.
The Greensboro Aquatic Center held a U.S. Masters Swim Camp and partnered with Elon's Associate Professor of Physical Therapy Education Daryl Lawson and third-year student Laura Wilson to screen swimmers prior to camp.
LEADSTRONG Week is an opportunity to celebrate leadership at the university with a theme this year of "Spotlighting Change Agents at Elon."
Christian Kowalski and Miranda Romano participated in the 2015 Naylor Workshop on Undergraduate Research in Writing Studies at York College.
Elon held a ceremonial steel beam signing to honor donors and celebrate the new academic facilities now being constructed for the School of Communications Under the Oaks.
Faculty in the Department of Physical Therapy Education at Elon University are looking for healthy, non-disabled research volunteers aged 18-30 to participate in a research study looking at wheelchair propulsion speed.
Odyssey Scholar and Elon University sophomore Barang Phuk will attend the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting in New York City this weekend to advocate for tuition-free schools in her home nation of Cambodia.
Elon's chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon, the national mathematics honor society, and Elon's Statistics Club co-hosted a fun evening of pizza, prizes and math games on Thursday, Sept. 10.
With more than 500 high-definition security cameras positioned around campus, Elon University police have been able to solve crimes and effectively respond to safety issues.
Western Alamance High School is seeking tutors during school hours.
St. Andrew's Church is seeking volunteers to assist elementary students with homework for their Homework Helpers program.
The honorary society and service organization held its annual accounting “Meet and Greet” on Sept. 14 to connect students with employers.
Assistant Professor Cara McFadden, Emily Bourke ’16 and Katie Dalton ’16 traveled to the United Way headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia, to participate in a gathering of student leaders, United Way staff and university advisers.
The Phoenix Activities & Recreation Center features a fitness center and an expansive gymnasium that will host neighborhood and campus events.
More than 100 student organization presidents attended a Sept. 14 event to celebrate student leadership and provide a platform for meeting fellow leaders.
The group presented at the North Carolina Association for the Education of Young Children (NCaeyc) Annual Conference in Raleigh
The Sport & Event Management Department hosted its Fall Internship Forum, highlighting its students’ summer achievements and memorable internship experiences.
Elon's Hazing Coalition offers activities and events to bring attention to the problem of hazing during National Hazing Prevention Week.
More than 90 first-year students who recently joined the LEAD Program gathered Sept. 9 at the Tier Team Reveal in McKinnon Hall to meet other LEAD participants and their Tier Team captains.
The competition, sponsored by Amica Mutual Insurance Company, offers Elon students the chance to further develop their professional selling skills.
Students took the opportunity earlier this month to tour facilities and meet in Greensboro, North Carolina, with the co-founders of both an innovation hub and a makerspace.
The School of Communications’ documentary program introduces its 12 new student members for the 2015-16 academic year.
Buddhist monks from Raleigh’s Kadampa Center visited Elon to build a sand mandala, a fleeting gift with lasting lessons of kindness and understanding.
President Emeritus J. Fred Young visited campus on Sept. 18 to share stories of desegregating the Lynchburg City Schools in Virginia, where he worked as superintendent in the late 1960s prior to serving as Elon's president for a quarter century.
Assistant Professor Max Negin’s “Creating Multimedia Content” classes photographed students in Elon University’s Department of Performing Arts for an upcoming project.
Elon University’s first makerspace is now open in Harper Hall, featuring 3D printing and scanning and much more.
Twenty Elon University students in Study USA's "Elon in New York" fall semester program observed the 14th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks with a visit to the National September 11 Memorial & Museum along with a representative from the nonprofit September 11 Families for Peace.
"Phoenix Cup: ENERGY" gives students, faculty and staff an opportunity to win prizes for conserving or learning about energy.
The journalism major served as a broadcast intern this summer for the most-watched network newscast in the country, an experience that solidified his goal to work in television after graduation.
The Leadership Education and Development Program kicked off another year at the Sept. 6 event in McKinnon Hall with a keynote address by Kenn Gaither from the School of Communications.
The Elon group took part in a workshop on "Navigating Privilege and Identity in Multifaith Engagement" for the President's Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge.
Elon Dining held a Carnival Theme Meal at Lakeside Dining Hall on Thursday, Sept. 10.
Part seven of Elon Law’s student summer employment series spotlights the insights and experiences of those working in military law, the Federal Bureau of Prisons, criminal law, family law, immigration law and intellectual property law.
The Class of 2019 gathered in the Academic Village on Thursday morning to celebrate and reflect upon honesty, integrity, responsibility and respect, the four values that comprise the Elon Honor Code.
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