The 19 seniors of Elon MT17 made their NYC debuts in their cabaret "One Small Step."
Johnny Stellard '10 and Paul Heesang Miller '10 are currently performing in the original casts of 'Anastasia' and 'Miss Saigon' on Broadway
Several Elon University graduates were recognized in the North Carolina Press Association’s 2016 News, Editorial and Photojournalism Contest, the centerpiece of the association’s annual Winter Institute.
Students, faculty and staff gathered for morning biscuits and a lunchtime cake on March 7 as part of #ElonDay, the single-largest day of giving in Elon University history.
Elon's women's basketball team, seeded No. 11 in their region, will play in College Park, Maryland, on Friday, March 17, in the first round of the Tournament.
Ginna Claire Mason '13 steps into the bubble full time as Glinda the Good Witch.
Elon women win the CAA basketball crown, qualifying for a historic first trip to the NCAA tournament
The Phoenix held strong for a convincing 78-60 win over James Madison University in the CAA women’s basketball tournament. The next stop is the NCAA's big dance.
Al Thomas ’81 has had a love affair with the piano that has continued over the decades.
In honor of #ElonDay on March 7, donors made 4,299 gifts for more than $1,075,025 to achieve the most successful #ElonDay celebration to date.
Residents of Elon’s Innovation House met with local entrepreneurs, including an Elon alumnus, to learn about the city’s startup ecosystem.
A special College Coffee on Tuesday morning helped shift giving into high gear for the fourth #ElonDay.
Hatcher column in Huffington Post uses work of current, former students to defend the role of the press
Associate Professor of Communications Anthony Hatcher writes about the professionalism and passion he has seen in his current and former journalism students.
Candice Burrow Spake ’00 has been involved in several aspects of the creative process throughout her career. Se recently co-wrote the script for a movie, “New Life,” which premiered in the fall.
Members of the worldwide Elon community can participate by making a gift to the university and sharing their Elon pride on social media.
The article now online and featured in the March 3 issue takes an in-depth look at how the university has used an innovative approach to build relationships with its newest graduates.
Thirty-eight candidates in the Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies program received degrees Sunday in a Whitley Auditorium ceremony featuring remarks from Reginald Carter, Duke University professor emeritus and historian emeritus of the Society for the Preservation of Physician Assistant History.
We look at the legacy of the beloved band director who helped build Elon’s modest music program into an internationally acclaimed cohort of musicians.
Following his top finish in the association’s 2016 Monthly News Clip Contest, the Greensboro News & Record photojournalist was named the Southeast Regional News Photographer of the Year.
Reed LaPlante '03 was recently recognized as a young leader by the Triad Business Journal for his professional, personal and community accomplishments.
Geoffrey Lynn ’07 hopes to bring benefits to cancer patients and their families with a new personalized cancer vaccine.
Six Physical Therapy alumni recognized as board-certified clinical specialists at the American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting
The alumni were recognized at the association's meeting in San Antonio, Texas.
Nick Livengood ’12 L’15 of Durham, N.C., made his gift to ensure that his university continues to thrive for generations to come.
Presidential Search Committee chair Wes Elingburg provides an update on the search process to the Elon community.
Elon Law students built professional networks and learned more about opportunities in specific areas of law during a weeklong event welcoming more than 40 alumni back to campus.
How a 120-year-old kerosene-burning chandelier reunited Raymond Beck ’75 and his Elon mentor, Professor Emeritus of History and University Historian George Troxler, once again.
Alexandra Solender Boyd '12 was named the National PhysTEC Teacher of the Year for her work at Holly Springs High School in Holly Springs, N.C.
Brian McDonald '01, a social studies teacher at Jordan High School in Durham, said "enlightening" speakers he heard while at Elon prompted him to create something similar for high school students.
William Hawksley Barbee, a member of Elon’s mathematics faculty for 33 years, died on February 14 in Hickory, N.C. He was 78.
Her support created the Vera Richardson Truitt Center for Religious and Spiritual Life and helped launch the Elon Academy.
Mia Watkins ’16, a cinema and television arts major, produced an award-winning music video for a new track by Handbook, a United Kingdom-based music producer.
Once his successor takes office, President Lambert will take a yearlong sabbatical leave before returning to service as president emeritus.
President Lambert has recorded a video message to announce his plans to conclude his presidency.
Read the remarks of Smith Jackson, vice president of student life and dean of students, after being presented with the 2017 Civic Engagement Professional Award from North Carolina Campus Compact on Feb. 8.
Lillian Engel ’19 and Azzurra Catucci ’18 received $15,000 to produce a 35-second film that illustrates the emotions of the moviegoing experience.
Sam Troy ’67 continues his loyal philanthropic support of Elon by helping make global engagement possible for students in the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business.
A longtime member of Elon’s music faculty, Malvin Newton Artley taught music to hundreds of young students in the community and was instrumental in developing the university’s string instruction program.
Two major fall event dates have been confirmed. Family Weekend will be Oct. 6-8 and Homecoming is Nov. 3-5.
The honorees are young alumni who have achieved major professional success, serve as difference-makers in their communities and loyally support Elon as partners, advocates and investors.
Many Elon music theatre alumni are performing around the country in professional companies during 2016-17 season
David L. Morrow II ’07 L’10, Elon University’s special advisor to the president and assistant chief of staff, and Gwendolyn Lewis L’13, alumni director at Elon Law, are being honored for their professional achievements, leadership and community involvement.
Alumna Priscilla Awkard ’95 deepens her philanthropic commitment to Elon by making a generous estate gift to support scholarships and athletics, helping to secure Elon's future.
The award recognizes bankers under 40 making a notable impact within their bank and community.
Nick Ochsner ’11 and Samantha Miller ’10 were recognized at the 31st Midsouth Regional Emmy Awards ceremony on Jan. 21 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Recent music theatre graduate Savannah Sprinkle '15 stars as Catherine in the current National and International Tour of "Pippin."
Deanna Beckham is now the Math I educator at Eastern Alamance High School.
Melina Oliverio '16 was named first runner-up for the ASIANetwork's Marianna McJimsey Award, which recognizes top student papers focused on Asia.
Katie Perez '15 launched the effort to help promote acts of kindness within the community.
Join President Leo M. Lambert and Elon alumni, parents and friends at one of the Evening for Elon events in spring 2017.
2009 alumna Chelsey Clark has joined the national tour of "Cabaret" produced by Roundabout Theatre Company.
Life@Elon book club meeting, scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 1:30 p.m., has been cancelled due to road conditions.