E-Net News


  1. Communications students, alumni attend NABJ convention

    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.

  2. A decade of service following Katrina

    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.

  3. Elon Creates Alumni Facebook Groups

    Elon has created new Facebook groups for each class to provide a place for alumni to reminisce about Elon together, share updates and reconnect.

  4. Elon named a Top 25 LGBTQ-friendly campus

    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.

  5. Elon Move-In brings words of wisdom

    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.

  6. South Carolina law alumni spotlight

    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.

  7. Previewing the 2015-16 academic year

    In his annual video message, Elon President Leo M. Lambert shares information about new facilities, programs and special initiatives planned for the year ahead.

  8. Lauren Adams ’04: Irresistibly funny

    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.

  9. More than a hike

    Alumnus Johnny Morris ’14 hiked the Appalachian Trail to raise money and awareness for Alzheimer’s disease.

  10. From Elon to the New York stage

     Ethan Andersen '14 is taking “HeadVoice,” an original production he’s been working on since high school, to this month's New York Music Theatre Festival.