Barrett Wilbert Weed '11 was recognized for her lead actress role in Signature Theatre's "Cabaret."
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School’s out, but the performances don’t stop for current music theatre majors working professionally across the country.
On the eve of Elon University School of Law's Commencement, graduates and their loved ones celebrated the completion of their legal studies in a program that included recognition of Mark Funkhouser L’16 and Joshua Bonney L’16 for their academic achievements & service.
Fifty-nine percent of Elon students in the Class of 2016 made a gift to Elon as part of the senior class giving campaign, raising more than $20,990 for areas of campus most important to them.
The inaugural leadership of the new chapter consists of Matthew Groves L'11 as chapter chair and Karima Grady L'13 as chapter vice chair.
Matt Meigs ’12 talks about life as a swing in the new Broadway musical “Tuck Everlasting,” composed by Chris Miller ’99.
Nasia Thomas ’15 shares her experiences as she makes her Broadway debut as Little Eva in “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical.”
Members of the “Facilities and Venue Management” course, offered by the Department of Sport and Event Management, and Student United Way chapter volunteered this semester with several United Way of Alamance County events.
Seven School of Communications faculty and staff members attended the 2016 Broadcast Education Association’s Festival of Media Arts in Las Vegas, where a recent interactive media graduate and cinema and television arts major were presented with awards.
Katie Jarret Burke ’03 offers practical financial planning strategies for the Class of 2016 and young alumni.
Elon alum Chris Miller '99 composed "Tuck Everlasting," which opened Tuesday at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York City.
Washington, D.C. area alumni gathered on April 20 at CASE Headquarters to hear about alumni professional journeys in the nation's captial
Charlotte-area alumni gathered at the Duke Mansion on Monday, April 25 to hear from four alumni about their journeys in starting their own companies
Take advantage of this short-term volunteer role that is now open for alumni who graduated from 2006 to 2015.
Five members of the Elon University community and one School of Communications graduate attended the 12th annual conference of The Forum on Education Abroad.
Fourteen board members and guests visited campus April 8 to share their professional insight and receive an up-close look at the school’s facilities expansion.
Alumni Olivia Varney, Hannah Allen and Jamie Albright, who majored in public health studies, Elon student Jenna Nelson and faculty members, Alexis Moore and Cindy Fair, all presented at the Society of Adolescent Health and Medicine in Washington, D.C.
Jay Briggs ’06, Lyndsay Burch ’13 and Anna Weis ’15 returned to Elon over the past couple of weeks to conduct internship interviews and auditions for their respected companies
Claire Manship ’13 will appear this summer at STAGES St. Louis as Jenny in It Shoulda Been You.
The third annual #ElonDay celebration raised $955,099 from 3,749 gifts, making it the single greatest day of giving in Elon’s history.
A special Feb. 27 dinner offered Elon University students, alumni and staff members an opportunity to share stories from a residential living-learning community that introduces freshmen to campus and regional service opportunities.
The 2006 physics and math alumna discusses her work at the Institute for the Environment at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Led by Nick Margherita’s first-place finish, several School of Communications students and graduates were recognized in the 2016 Broadcast Education Association’s Festival of Media Arts. Their awards will be presented at the organization's annual conference April 17-20 in Las Vegas.
Sean Magee raised over $10,000 to cover the costs of creating the new video.
Assistant Professor Buffie Longmire-Avital and young alumna Brenda Reavis '15 have co-authored an article in a forthcoming edition of the Journal of Black Psychology examining the ideal and non-negotiable characteristics emerging adult Black American women look for in potential male partners.
The music theatre alumnus will perform in "Legally Blonde: The Musical" for Norwegian Cruise Line and he encourages current students to "always strive to bring something different to the table."
Join President Leo M. Lambert and Elon alumni, parents and friends at one of the Evening for Elon events in Spring 2016
The music theatre alum shares his experiences in a coming-of-age show that tells the stories of adolescent campers at a weight loss camp.
The short film, written and directed by Jordan Roman ’15, was recognized at the 13th International Student Film Festival Hollywood, a forum for student filmmakers to showcase their work.
Two major fall event dates have been confirmed. Family Weekend will be Sept. 30-Oct. 2 and Homecoming from Oct. 21-23, 2016.
For decades, Elon students learned “the practical and theoretical knowledge of the principles governing cookery” as part of the home economics program.
Jamie Albright '13 and Professor Cynthia Fair shared original HIV/AIDS research at a conference of the American Public Health Association.
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.
Months of planning and outreach culminated in a celebratory weekend on campus Oct. 16-18.
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.
The Elon graduate won re-election for his position as treasurer after a strong vote of confidence this month at an assembly in Moscow.
The executive director of Elon University's Student Professional Development Center presented "A Case Study: Launching a Modest but Ambitious Alumni Civic Engagement Project" on Oct. 23, 2015
Barton College will award Parham its 2015 Distinguished Alumnus Award during the school's homecoming festivities.
The 7th annual Biology Alumni Panel brought alumni and students together in the McMichael Science Center on Friday to give current biology majors an opportunity to ask questions about future career possibilities.
Joe Ferrell '96, principal of Williams High School in Burlington, North Carolina, was named the 2016 Wells Fargo Principal of the Year by the Alamance-Burlington School System.
Nasia Thomas '15 discusses her audition experience for "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical" and advice she offers current students.
Jonny Deaton’s award-winning film, "Joining the Conversation," highlights millennials and their knowledge of nuclear weapons and development.
Kate Murphy ’15 contributed to a national multimedia reporting initiative in summer 2014 that investigated the issue of gun rights and gun legislation nationwide.
Elon University staff who oversee the Alternative Breaks Program in the Kernodle Center for Service Learning and Community Engagement have published a book that features insights from students on service work performed in communities near and far.
Jacob Danieley '11, a graduate of Elon University's Music Production & Recording Arts program, has earned a nomination for a GMA Dove Award.
The professor of psychology collaborated with Cara McClain ’14, Katelyn Massey ’14 and Alyssa Kendall ’14 on separate projects that culminated in publication.
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.
Based on the true story of the sudden death of a star North Carolina high school quarterback, Find A Way was released nationwide in August.
The Elon Honors Program graduate presented research at the Pekan International Education Confernce in Malyasia on the value students place on writing in the 21st century.
Joshua Carswell '11 appeared as guest artist with the Annie Moses band for a filming of a PBS Special