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  1. Elon alumna set to run second Boston Marathon

    She was stopped less than a mile from the end of the 2013 Boston Marathon. Now, Kristin Feeney ’11 plans to cross the finish line to demonstrate the strength of both Boston and Elon – all while raising money for cancer research.

  2. Elon Physics alumna publishes first-authored paper in top magnetics journal

    Physics major Alison Deatsch ’13 is the first author of a manuscript on magnetic hyperthermia therapeutics published this March in the Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials.  The work, coauthored with Assistant Professor of Physics Ben Evans, describes physical mechanisms behind the remote heating of magnetic nanoparticles.

  3. New verse of Elon’s alma mater performed at Convocation

    Composed by Associate Professor Stephen A. Futrell in the Department of Music, a “celebratory verse” that originally debuted as part of the university’s Ever Elon fundraising campaign was formally recognized this spring as a permanent addition to the institution’s alma mater.

  4. Goodbye old friend

    A historic white oak tree located in the campus area known as Under the Oaks succumbs to ice damage and rot.

  5. Elon Law Reunion Weekend features first alumni awards

    As part of Elon Law Reunion Weekend, four alumni were recognized for professional and philanthropic achievement, the Class of 2009 celebrated its five-year reunion and alumni celebrated the contributions of Dean George R. Johnson, Jr. to the early successes of the law school. 

  6. Owning a piece of Elon’s history

    From a Grove of Oaks: The Story of Elon University, the first detailed study of Elon’s history in more than 30 years, is available now.

  7. Happy 125th birthday, Elon University!

    The university’s three living presidents were honored at a special Founders Day College Coffee and tree planting on Tuesday as the institution celebrated its quasquicentennial with students, faculty and staff wearing maroon and gold as part of “A Day for Elon.”

  8. Preparing for the March 11th Founders Day

    Elon continues its 125th anniversary video series with a look at the university's remarkable journey from near collapse in the 1930s to a place of prominence in American higher education.

  9. Elon trailblazer: 'I was not afraid'

    Glenda Phillips Hightower visited the university on Thursday and spent part of her day talking with current students about her struggles and triumphs in 1963 as Elon's first full-time African-American student.

     

  10. Alumna makes Super Bowl & Olympics picture perfect

    For many, attending the Super Bowl is a “bucket list” experience. So is getting to witness an Olympic Games in person. Doing both within the span of a few days? That’s the stuff of dreams – and it’s just what Elon alumna Angie Lovelace Walton ’10 is doing through her job at USA TODAY.

  11. The legacy of President Fred Young

    Elon continues its 125th anniversary video series with a profile of President Emeritus J. Fred Young, who led the college from 1973 to 1998. 

  12. Elon seeks alumni feedback with online survey

    Elon’s Office of Alumni Engagement is seeking input from Elon graduates about the university’s alumni programming and services with a brief survey, which will be posted until Feb. 7.

  13. Four Elon Law alumni named Super Lawyers Rising Stars

    Leslie P. Lasher L'09, Andrew Nettleman L'09, Stephen Shaw L'10 and Ryan H. Stewart L'09 have been selected as 2014 Rising Stars by Super Lawyers rating service, a recognition earned by no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys 40 or younger or in practice for 10 years or less.

  14. A legacy of remarkable leadership

    Elon continues its 125th anniversary video series with a profile of President Emeritus J. Earl Danieley '46, who led the college from 1957 to 1973 and remains an active member of the faculty.