As part of the university’s Evening for Elon spring series, two recent events drew more than 350 guests.
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Sam Story '69 will be among the members of the 2014 North Carolina High School Athletic Association's Hall of Fame class that will be inducted on Saturday night.
The professor of human service studies worked with Lauren Taylor '10 and Jamie Albright '13 on recently completed studies that have been published or presented to international audiences.
The Powell Professor of Philosophy Emeritus continues his writing on the seasons of life
More than 30 students, alumni and staff gathered March 11 for Elon’s second annual LGBTQIA career panel.
Sam Jennings, a 2011 mathematics with teacher licensure graduate, is making waves early in his teaching career at South Brunswick High School in Southport, N.C.
Steve DeLoach, Jennifer Platania and Stephanie Franz '11 studied the effects of part-time work on students’ academic performance.
A passion for entrepreneurship has taken Mital Patel L’09 beyond his law practice in Raleigh, N.C., to conference rooms around the world—including the White House.
The seasoned veteran, who served as a senior personnel executive and assistant general manager with the team in 2006-07, returns as a player personnel scout.
The Distinguished Service Award bestowed on Thompson recognizes the honor he brings to his profession, and his exemplary service to his state and professional association.
The strategic communications major was included in the magazine's "30 Under 30: Music's Brightest Stars" list.
Hundreds of university publications, documents and images were made available late last fall to online visitors of the Digital Public Library of America.
The first paper is on the new tools and artifacts used to study software development empirically, while the second paper describes how to use text mining techniques on the StackOverflow software development website.
Elon's student-produced newscast has created a special documentary to commemorate the university's quasquicentennial year.
Elon Alumnus Brett Evans '13 teams up with Registrar Rodney Parks to present research on recruiting and retaining vegetarian and vegan students.
Students from 10 residence halls gathered for a party to celebrate the 108th birthday of Elon's oldest building.
Jack McKeon ’63, who has had one of the longest managerial careers in baseball history, spoke to students in a Baseball and Statistics class on Nov. 14.
Jasmine Whaley '13 is seeking to raise $30,000 to expand the Rita Rose Garden in Kisumu, Kenya, a sustainable community garden led by 88 women entrepreneurs that works to feed and support more than 900 people.
The Nov. 8 event, part of Elon University’s yearlong quasquicentennial celebration, kicked off this year’s Homecoming Weekend festivities with the recognition of seven distinguished alumni.
As the Elon community gathered to celebrate 125 years of rich history during Homecoming 2013, the Elon Black Alumni Network celebrated the accomplishments of black alumni, students and faculty at its annual Black Alumni Scholarship Gala Nov. 9.
A Homecoming service event in East Gym yielded almost 50,000 meals that will feed some of the world's most impoverished communities.
The Elon School of Communications alumnus was given the award for work he did at a TV news outlet in Wisconsin.
The 2013 Boston Marathon terror attack inspired Matt McGuire '05 to enter next year's marathon. He qualified for it earlier this year but is now competing for a chance to participate in the event.
The Elon alumnus was highlighted for his work as the women’s golf coach at Reagan High School in Winston-Salem, N.C.
The LGBTQIA Alumni Network will honor three outstanding members of the Elon community with the LGBTQIA Community Enrichment Awards at a Homecoming event on Sunday, Nov. 10.
Events featured university updates, special guests and screenings of Elon’s new alumni video.
The acting major makes his national tour debut with "Ghost the Musical" as the "subway ghost."
Alumni from around the nation returned to campus to be part of this special procession that kicked off the university’s 2013 Fall Convocation headlined by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.
Mitch Pittman ’09 won his most recent Upper Midwest Region Emmy Award for his work at KSTP-TV in St. Paul, Minn., during a Sept. 28 ceremony.
Ginna Claire Mason '13 has the lead role of Gloria in the musical.
J. Karl Sherrill Jr. G'08 served as a guest speaker to a professional selling course at the Love School of Business on Sept. 25.
The 2004 music threatre alumnus is dancing and singing to a new rhythm in "Motown the Musical."
Accompanied by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Elon music theatre alumnus shared the stage with Kristin Chenoweth, one of Broadway’s powerhouses.
The music theatre alumnus will be joining the cast of the Broadway National Tour of “Million Dollar Quartet.”
A writer and photographer, Aaron Bardo '09 is participating in a worldwide competition for a chance to earn $100,000 and spend a year traveling and exploring the world on behalf of Jauntaroo.
Elon alumna Amanda Bienz '12, Assistant Professor of Mathematics Karen Yokley and Associate Professor of Mathematics Crista Arangala recently published the article "Magic Polygrams," which investigates arrays of numbers similar to magic squares.
Peter Ustach '09, co-owner of The Fat Frogg and Pandora’s Pies, was one of three young entrepreneurs featured by the Business Triad Journal of the Greater Triad in a recent article.
The Caswell County attorney was one of 12 honorees recognized this summer with the 2013 N.C. State Bar Citizen Lawyer Awards.
2013 graduate David Williams and Associate Professor Duke Hutchings won the Best Conference Paper award for their work, "Efficiency and Device Versatility of Graphical and Textual Passwords," presented at AMCIS on Aug. 16, 2013, in Chicago.
Elon Law alumnus Chad Hinton L’09 will serve as chairman of the Edgecombe County Board of Elections.
A Lumen Scholar who researched elements of the Jain religion, Evans wrote the columns with the goal of contributing to public scholarship.
Elon is named a best-run college with one of the nation's most beautiful campuses in the 2014 edition of the Princeton Review college guide.
Faculty, students and alumni covered a programming contest for a week in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Elon Law alumnus Collin Cooper L’12 was recently named Associate Editor of The Young Lawyer, a publication of the Young Lawyers Division (YLD) of the American Bar Association (ABA), as well as an ABA YLD Scholar for 2013-2014.
Cara Maschi ’09, now pursuing her master’s degree in education, is honored for her commitment to special education students
Peter Bock '11 was honored with a Silver Stevie Award for his work in marketing for Everblue.
Judicial Selection article by John Warren accepted for publication by Washington University Jurisprudence Review
The Washington University Jurisprudence Review, a law journal of Washington University School of Law, will publish an article examining judicial elections, authored by Elon Law alumnus John Warren L’13, in spring of 2014.