For decades, Elon students learned “the practical and theoretical knowledge of the principles governing cookery” as part of the home economics program.
A problem-solver, Vincent Suozzi ’82 invented a compact tool that makes it easier to enjoy a weed-free garden.
More than 2,000 alumni and seniors will be honored on Dec. 3 during this year's Festival of Holiday Lights, which features singing of Christmas carols and luminarias, hot chocolate and cider, the lighting of a Hanukkah menorah, and a visit by Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus.
- Music theatre alum Adam Kaplan ‘12 shares his experiences in joining the National Tour of “Kinky Boots”
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.
Tarah Holland and Erin Turner ’15 joined three fellow hackers to develop a community-centered web app that makes it easier to locate food donation sites and encourages contributions.
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 student-produced newscast was honored with eight awards, including four first-place finishes, and two School of Communications graduates were recognized for their professional journalism efforts.
The accomplished young alumnus and entrepreneur received 55 percent of the vote in city elections held Nov. 3, 2015, propelling him to the top elected position in Alamance County's largest city.
Elon's Young Alumni Council is accepting nominations through Nov. 25 for the 2016 Top 10 Under 10 Alumni Awards, which honor deserving alumni who have graduated within the past decade.
Elon Law’s inaugural Alumni Involvement Week, held Oct. 19-22, welcomed dozens of alumni to share insights with students and strengthen professional connections.
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.
After performing with the Rockettes for two seasons in Nashville, Lauren Renck '13 is moving to New York City to dance at the world-famous venue.
Katharine Fredricksen '15 is spending the 2015-16 academic year teaching English in Austria on a program funded by the Austrian federal government.
Fourteen School of Communications alumni offered advice to current students about finding a job, succeeding on a professional level, and how their Elon experiences enhanced their careers.
Jasmine Bryant '15 and Negesti Kaudo '15, with support from faculty and staff in the Student Professional Development Center, were recently accepted into top master's programs for social work and creative writing, respectively.
Whether decades removed or simply gone since May, Elon alumni returned to their alma mater Saturday for a day of revelry highlighted by tailgating and football.
The Elon Black Alumni Network honored five members of the Elon community during its annual celebration Oct. 17 as part of Homecoming weekend.
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.
Four members of the Elon community were honored Homecoming weekend with the 2015 Elon LGBT Community Enrichment Awards at a champagne brunch.
The inaugural Homecoming 5K Brick Run was a prelude to tailgating and football festivities on Saturday that welcomed back to campus Elon alumni of all eras.
Five exemplary Elon alumni were honored with the 2015 Alumni Awards on Oct. 16 during a ceremony that kicked off a weekend of events as part of Homecoming.
Elon University graduates Nicole Tolbert ’03 and Ryan Sweeney ’10 discussed their early career paths, how they established themselves in their respective fields, and the changing climate in media analytics.
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.
Adm. Edward “Ted” Walker, one of Elon’s most generous supporters, honored longtime university administrator Barry Bradberry '75 on Friday by renaming the commons area of an office suite in the Inman Admissions Welcome Center that will greet generations of future students.
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.
During National News Engagement Day, the school organized initiatives that encouraged students, faculty, staff and alumni to interact with the news.
Music Theatre alum Daniel J. Watts ’04 shares his experiences as “Flex” in at Second Stage Theatre.
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.
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 Law alumnus Mital Patel L’09 was recognized by North Carolina Lawyers Weekly as a 2015 “Leader in the Law” at a Sept. 25 luncheon in Charlotte, NC before an audience of leading lawyers from across the state.
Jacob Danieley '11, a graduate of Elon University's Music Production & Recording Arts program, has earned a nomination for a GMA Dove Award.
What do you give a friend and loved one on the occasion of his 100th birthday? You create the James W. White ’40 and Sara R. White Music Scholarship to benefit future generations of music majors at the university he holds so close to his heart.
The elementary education graduate was one of 10 Atlanta educators honored for improving student achievement and student self-esteem in and out of the classroom.
Join us Friday at 6 p.m. in Lakeside Meeting Rooms to celebrate five outstanding alumni during Homecoming's Welcome Home Reception and Opening Ceremony.
The professor of psychology collaborated with Cara McClain ’14, Katelyn Massey ’14 and Alyssa Kendall ’14 on separate projects that culminated in publication.
Elon alumnus Jared Allen '14 performed an original one-man show on Tuesday for dozens of community members enrolled in the university's lifelong education program designed for people ages 50 and older.
The acting graduate is one of the lead actors in “Presos” (Prisoners), a Costa Rican film that premiered in that country in early September.
Two decades after Elon Professor Pranab Das started mentoring Daniel Blair '97, a physics major now on the faculty at Georgetown University, the duo are working together again to explore the science and philosophical implications of "active matter" in living cells.
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.
Alumni, parents and friends attended the annual Evening for Elon event at the Waldorf Astoria that celebrated the strength of the alumni network and the power of relationships formed at Elon.
Broadcast communications major Erin Barnett '09 served as second editor on "Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine," a recently released documentary directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney.
Elon University earns 25 badges for excellence in a set of rankings based on the outcomes of a college education.
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.