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.
Five outstanding alumni will be honored at Homecoming for their professional success, community engagement and loyal support of Elon.
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.
BFA Acting alum Kabby Borders ‘12 has been busy with a number of featured projects.
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.
Simone Jasper ’16, Atoria Mills ’17, Jasmine Spencer ’11 and Zora Stephenson ’15 traveled to Minneapolis, Minnesota, in August to attend the National Association of Black Journalists’ annual convention.
Mathematics faculty and alumni recently published an article in BIOMATH.
Barrett Weed '11 and Charlie Johnson '12 will each present cabaret performances in September at 54 Below, an esteemed Broadway cabaret venue in New York City.
Elon University students and staff have organized dozens of service trips to the Gulf Coast following Hurricane Katrina, and as the nation marks the storm's 10th anniversary this summer, campus leaders and alumni reflect on how they, too, were shaped by its destruction.
Grab your maroon and gold, call your friends and come back home from Oct. 16-18.
Writer Sam Slaughter ’09 finds beauty in the brevity of words, something that has inspired him to write a flash fiction book.
Elon has created new Facebook groups for each class to provide a place for alumni to reminisce about Elon together, share updates and reconnect.
Recent initiatives by Elon University have earned it praise from a national organization that advocates for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students and campus groups.
Beth Anderson '15 joins the National Tour of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat."
New Elon families received advice this week on university social media channels from other families that have moved their children to campus in years past.
Elon Law alumni are making a difference for their clients and communities in South Carolina, including three Elon Law lawyer-leaders profiled here: James Knox L’11, Chantelle Neese L’13 and John Warren L’13.
In his annual video message, Elon President Leo M. Lambert shares information about new facilities, programs and special initiatives planned for the year ahead.
Conor Britain '09 G'10, an interactive designer at RED Interactive Agency, spoke with members of this year's Master of Arts in Interactive Media program, highlighting his experiences on campus and his professional path.
From a ‘little clown’ to a co-starring role in Netflix’s original series “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” Lauren Adams ’04 has reached her professional destination: comedy stardom.
The Elon alumnus was among five senior Army officers who received new assignments Aug. 14.
The Elon alumna serves as the Alamance-Burlington School System's Curriculum Specialist for Elementary Literacy.
Alumnus Johnny Morris ’14 hiked the Appalachian Trail to raise money and awareness for Alzheimer’s disease.
The music theatre alumnus made his Broadway debut in 'Beautiful, The Carole King Musical.'
The Elon University journalism major discusses his undergraduate and internship experiences, provides advice for college photographers, and highlights his Washington, D.C., internship.
The journalism and history double major will begin the Hearst Corporation’s two-year program in August, assigned to the San Antonio Express-News.
As part of the inaugural class of the Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship, the media arts and entertainment graduate is producing a documentary highlighting the lives of two San men.
Joshua Carswell '11 appeared as guest artist with the Annie Moses band for a filming of a PBS Special
In her first book, Abigail Santamaria ’00 tells the story of the intricate life of Joy Davidman, the woman who captivated Lewis late in his life and influenced many of his works.
Mason Sklut ’14, Maggie Sloane ’14 and Sergio Ingato ’15 co-produced "BrocKINGton," which was recognized in July at the 33rd Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival.
Elon Music Theatre Alum John Barsoian joins the cast of the National Tour of Stephen Flaherty’s Ragtime this fall
Sara Gould '09 and Brett “Coop” Cooper '05, both members of Elon's Washington, D.C., chapter, were recognized by the Capital Alumni Network (CAN) for their volunteer contributions to the organization during the 2014-15 academic year.