The student news program was recognized in the magazine category of the 37th College Television Awards, presented on May 25 by the Television Academy Foundation.
Barrett Wilbert Weed '11 was recognized for her lead actress role in Signature Theatre's "Cabaret."
The lessons Robert Cody ’80 learned as an Elon football player have translated to success as a high school coach.
The Elon alumnus will oversee 15,000 students and more than 70 undergraduate/graduate degree programs as the university’s inaugural vice chancellor for academic affairs and provost.
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.
Thousands of alumni donors who have chosen to pay it forward for future Elon alumni will receive special recognition at this year's Commencement ceremony as part of the Share your Chair project.
An infielder turned pitcher, Tom Brewer translated the lessons he learned during a semester spent at Elon in 1951 into a successful Major League Baseball career.
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.
During the May 3 awards ceremony, Jeremy Recoon ’16 received the Major of the Year Award and alumnus Christopher Bayly ’08 served as the evening’s guest speaker, highlighting his career in the sports consulting industry.
Katherine Shafer ’15, an international studies major from Port Jefferson, N.Y., will spend 11 months teaching English in Taiwan as part of a federal program that promotes mutual goodwill between people of the United States and people of other nations.
Katie Jarret Burke ’03 offers practical financial planning strategies for the Class of 2016 and young alumni.
Triangle-area alumni gathered at City Club Raleigh on April 13 for an alumni panel focused on the future growth of the area
David L. Wyrick ’94, Stuart E.Y. Richie ’10 (in absentia) and Maurice “Don” Owens ’95 were honored with the 2016 Elon College Distinguished Alumni Awards during a special April 28 ceremony.
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
Los Angeles area alumni gathered at Busby's East on Tuesday, May 3 to hear from a panel of five alumni about their journeys to success in Los Angeles
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Five members of the Elon University community and one School of Communications graduate attended the 12th annual conference of The Forum on Education Abroad.
The Los Angeles-based technology consultant noted that his connection to his alma mater continues to grow with every passing year, thanks to the friends and mentors he found on campus.
Elon University Trustee Cecil Worsley ’86 P’14 and his wife, JoAnna ’87 P’14, will match all gifts to Elon Athletics up to $50,000 if 500 new donors are secured by May 13.
Music Theatre alumnus Daniel J. Watts ’04 discusses his role as Hannibal on HBO’s hit show “VINYL.”
Four accomplished Elon University School of Law graduates – David L. Morrow II '07 L’10, Jennifer L. Reutter L’10, Alvaro De La Calle L’12 and Elizabeth “Beth” Klein L’12 – were recognized this month for their contributions to the legal profession and support of their alma mater.
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.
Brett Evans ’13, co-owner of Piedmont Biofarm in Pittsboro, gave a talk titled “From Liberal Arts to Local Agriculture: a Young Farmer’s Views on Food.”
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.
The reporter at KOMO-TV in Seattle and recipient of four regional Emmys during his television career presented one of his awards to Communications Dean Paul Parsons to display in the school’s lobby.
The awards program highlights and celebrates alumni who have graduated within the past decade and who are distinguished in their professions and invested in the future of Elon and its community.
The Elon alumnus was riding the subway just one Metro stop away from the Maelbeek station when the blast occurred on March 22.
A.L. Hook Assistant Professor Chad Awtrey and alumni Brett Barkley '15, Nicole Miles '15, Chris Shill '14, and Erin Strosnider '14 published their paper, "Degree 12 2-adic fields with automorphism group of order 4", in the most recent issue of the Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics.
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.
Katrina Taylor ’04 is the editor and producer of a documentary titled “Boone,” which chronicles the trials and tribulations of three young farmers working on a small goat farm in Southern Oregon.
Erin Lawless ’03 visited campus in February and spoke with students about her experiences in the Peace Corps.
The third annual #ElonDay celebration raised $955,099 from 3,749 gifts, making it the single greatest day of giving in Elon’s history.
Students, faculty and staff celebrated Elon University on March 8, 2016, in a special gathering around Fonville Fountain where revelers heard from two young alumni about the value and power of giving back to their alma mater.
Thirty-seven candidates in the Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies program received degrees Sunday in a Whitley Auditorium ceremony featuring remarks by Cynthia Booth Lord, past president of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.
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.
Katie Zach ’04 and Leanne High ’07 visited campus to talk about their past experiences and current roles working in the public relations field, giving students insight into the professional world.
For the second consecutive year, students studying in the Elon in LA program got an inside look at the festivities leading up to the Academy Awards, the film industry’s biggest night of the year.
The 2006 physics and math alumna discusses her work at the Institute for the Environment at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The N.C. Press Association honored Thompson, a rape survivor and an advocate for reform in the use of eyewitness identification, during a Feb. 25 awards ceremony.
Greg Mader '11, a doctoral student in Biomathematics at N.C. State University, spoke Feb. 24 to a crowd of 32 students and faculty about his life as a graduate student.
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.