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  1. Stephen A. Futrell performs in Chicago

    Director of Choral Activities and Associate Professor of Music Stephen A. Futrell performed with musicians from Atlanta and Chicago. Futrell was invited as a featured vocalist but also played trumpet with the instrumental ensemble.

  2. SURF to celebrate 25 years of undergraduate research this week

    This year marks 25 years since the launch of what has become the Spring Undergraduate Research Forum, an event that provides the opportunity for Elon students and faculty to showcase the in-depth research they are conducting across a broad range of disciplines. 

  3. CELEBRATE! profile: Caroline Dean

    A psychology major explores the cultural and generational differences that influence parents’ perceptions of their children’s risky, outdoor play experiences.

  4. Elon Law student group honors women lawyers

    The Women's Law Association recognized Manisha Patel L'11 and Karen McKeithen Schaede at its annual Professionalism Dinner on April 18, 2018, an evening that included a judges panel featuring women who serve on North Carolina's Court of Appeals and with the state's superior and district courts.

  5. elondocs members enjoy up-close view of the film industry at Durham festival

    While attending the 2018 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, students in the School of Communications’ documentary production program enjoyed films from around the world, observed filmmaker events and panels, and met award-winning documentarians. The students will screen their own works on campus at the elondocs Documentary Showcase on Tuesday, April 24.

  6. Elon celebrates 3rd annual National Biomechanics Day

    Students from the ABSS Career and Technical Education Center learned about the role of biomechanics in understanding and improving human performance on April 11, 2018. Presentations and activities about balance, running, throwing, and jumping showcased biomechanics as an emerging science.

  7. Elon celebrates new Peace Corps volunteers

    Elon, which in February was named a top producer of Peace Corps volunteers, this week recognized five students who will be joining the government-sponsored service organization after graduation. 

  8. O-Team Recruitment 2018

    Are you interested in an opportunity to win $300 for your student organization? How about the chance to win a $100 gift card? Join O-Team! O-Team members help students move-in to their home at Elon University! 

  9. Your health matters — be heard!

    Take the National College Health Assessment (NCHA) beginning Sunday, April 15, through Friday, May 4.  All students who submit a survey will be automatically entered in a random drawing for one of twenty-five $10 gift cards for Irazu.  Your health matters. Don't miss this opportunity to make your voice heard! 

  10. GEC hosting annual photo contest

    Submit an entry to the Global Photo Contest by April 22 for a chance to win a free flight voucher! Vote for your favorites between April 23 and 29.

  11. The Future of Well-Being in a Tech-Saturated World

    A third of experts predict digital life will be mostly harmful to individuals in the next decade. Many are more hopeful, but the vast majority of experts agree measures should be taken to improve people’s ties to technology.


  12. Young alumni excellence celebrated

    Ten alumni who graduated in the past 10 years were recognized with the Top 10 Under 10 Alumni Awards on April 14 for their professional success, service as difference-makers in their communities and loyal support of Elon.

  13. Elon to host sexual assault awareness month programs

    As part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April, university departments, academic courses, student organizations and community partners have come together to create events to raise awareness about gender-based violence, engage in prevention and support survivors. 

  14. N.C. Court of Appeals hears cases at Elon Law

    Judges welcomed students to the Robert E. Long Courtroom on April 11 before lawyers for a convicted drug trafficker argued that a search warrant in his case was constitutionally defective, while a separate case had attorneys seek a new civil trial for their client - a drunk bicyclist injured by a driver under the influence of marijuana.