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  1. Elon wins first men's tennis CAA championship

    Second-seeded Elon University men's tennis staged a dramatic comeback to knock off two-time defending champion UNCW, 4-3, and capture its first Colonial Athletic Association Men's Tennis Championship.

     

  2. Class project turns into festival-ready film

    School of Communications students Alex Mancuso ’19, Hannah Garfield ’19 and Jared Mayerson ’20 screened their film “Knock Knock” on April 12 at the Visions Film Festival in Wilmington.

  3. Economics Thesis Spotlight: Camille Kelley '19

    The economics and mathematics double major analyzed data from the National Center for Education Statistics’ High School Longitudinal Survey of 2009 to identify the driving factors contributing to female student STEM attrition rates. 

  4. Four Elon Law students invited to NCBA internship program

    Kia Barrett, Alisha Harris, Timisha Henley and Cynthia Hernandez from Elon Law's Class of 2020 will work this summer in top legal placements through the North Carolina Bar Association's Minorities in the Profession 1L Summer Associate Program.

  5. Phi Beta Kappa inducts new members

    An April 1 dinner and ceremony included an address by Paula Stephan, a professor of economics at Georgia Southern University who is a Phi Beta Kappa visiting scholar. 

  6. Education Honors Fellow presents research at N.C. Reading Association

    Kristen O'Neill's research titled, "Reading to Succeed: An examination of Interests and Motivations of Struggling Pre-Adolescent Readers," has been presented twice at the North Carolina Reading Association Conference, SURE at Elon, and most notably, at the Hawaii International Conference on Education.