Nicholas Dyer ’11, senior producer for the late-night Comedy Central program, was honored with colleagues on Sept. 9 at the Creative Arts Emmy Award show in Los Angeles.
David L. Morrow II ’07 L’10, special adviser to the president and assistant chief of staff at Elon University, recently joined the American Bar Association’s Advisory Commission for the Division for Public Education.
The Charles C. Springs '69 Endowed Scholarship is an estate gift made possible by a new Blended Giving program at Elon
Barrett Wilbert Weed '11 will play Janis Sarkisian in the Broadway adaptation of the 2004 cult classic.
Jim Drummond ’50 honors his late wife, Joan Summers Drummond ’52, and their Elon experience with a gift to name the spacious entrance plaza at the university’s new convocation center.
First-year students pledged to uphold the four virtues of the Elon Honor Code during the Call to Honor ceremony Sept. 15 in Alumni Gym.
The annual gathering for Elon alumni, parents and friends drew a record crowd to a gala setting aboard the WWII-era aircraft carrier Intrepid.
The former Elon football player was a part of the Washington Redskins replacement team during the NFL’s player strike in 1987.
Students will perform site-specific choreography in, with and around the sculptures located in front of Arts West on Oct. 7.
Statistics faculty and local statistics alumni met in Durham, N.C. on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017 to catch up.
Elon gets top national honors for student success programs in annual U.S. News & World Report college rankings
Elon is the nation’s only university recognized for excellence in eight academic programs that promote student success.
Elon earns national recognition, #1 rankings in 2018 U.S. News & World Report “America’s Best Colleges”
Elon is the #1 master’s university in the South and the national leader in academic programs that lead to student success.
The recent graduate stays at Elon to engage Jewish students and develop programming for Hillel.
Doherty Emerging Professor of Entrepreneurship Sean McMahon and Elon alumna Laura Orr ’16 researched if readers of popular business books perceived the books to be sources of authoritative information, compared to their actual quality.
Jessika Brust '08 will perform with Elon's marching band during Homecoming Weekend.
Abby Bradbury ’13 works in the athletics department at the University of California, Berkeley, and shared her personal and professional insights with Associate Professor Hal Walker’s Contemporary Sport Management class.
Ricky Watson, Jr. L’11 helped lead “raise the age” efforts to end the practice of trying 16- and 17-year-olds as adults in the North Carolina criminal justice system.
Career Moves: A ‘major’ shift and alumni connections help Elon student land spot in Capital One program
Jessica Womack ’17 leaned upon the resources of the Student Professional Development Center as she fine-tuned her academic and professional goals.
John Tumbleston ’06 is helping attract Elon alumni talent to the global center of the tech industry.
From an early age, faith and family helped the Rev. Joyce Myers-Brown ’59 develop an attitude of love for every being that has guided her life.
The Nov. 4 concert is presented by the Student Union Board and the Student Government Association, and is one of Bellion's last tour stops.
Nick Suarez ’17 and Amanda Steinman ’17 returned home in early August after biking nearly 4,000 miles to raise money for multiple sclerosis research.
The New York City Alumni Chapter held the first event of the annual series with record-breaking attendance and view of the skyline from a signature rooftop venue.
President Leo M. Lambert is joined by senior Michelle Klein for his annual video to preview the upcoming year.
It has taken Al Drago ’15 only two years to earn his place in the nation’s capital press corps, amassing an impressive social media presence along the way.
The venerable performing arts publication listed Elon as one of the 10 most represented colleges on Broadway during the 2017-18 season.
In kicking off the 2017–18 academic year, Elon’s president gave his 19th and final opening address by talking about five issues that are critical to the university’s future.
On Aug. 15, Elon’s Boston Alumni Chapter hosted its annual summer outing at Fenway Park.
Presidential Search Committee chair Wesley Elingburg P'11 provides details on the status of Elon's search for the university's ninth president.
Gov. Roy Cooper recently visited the first grade classroom of Sarah Spaeth '14 at Pearsontown Elementary School in Durham, North Carolina.
Mike Kanner ’02 was among the top 50 advisors ranked on the Forbes list.
The article by Associate Professor of Physics Tony Crider and Elon University iMedia alumnus Jessica Torrez-Riley ’12 appeared in the most recent volume of Journal of Virtual Worlds Research.
The July 20 article highlights the Elon graduate’s on-air position with SportsNet New York and his close relationship with his prominent father, MSNBC host Brian Williams.
A longtime dedication to philanthropy paves the way to John H. ’66 and Faye T. Sellers Elon Engagement Scholarship. The "Opening Doors" story series celebrates the power of scholarships to change the lives of Elon students and the generosity of donors who make this transformation possible.
More than 50 Elon alumni and their families gathered on July 9 for a cookout at Freedom Park
The article by Associate Professor of Psychology Buffie Longmire-Avital, and alumna Ruthie Robinson '16 examines the rates and psychosocial correlates of depression among both black and white American collegiate females.
Kristina Adler '12 is playing the role of Elsa this season in the series 'Preacher.' She is a graduate of the BFA Acting program and is currently acting, directing, and producing films in Atlanta.
Elon Trustee Katherine Weaver and her husband, Mike, have made a generous gift that supports students who are among the university's highest achievers.
Twenty-five alumni, family and friends attended the Atlanta Alumni Chapter annual Atlanta Braves outing in July
The alumnus presented on the novel 3D printing technology used by his Redwood City, California-based firm, Carbon.
On the heels of co-editing the new documentary “City of Ghosts,” the Elon alumnus served as an editor for a short video supporting an article written by Syrian activist Abdalaziz Alhamza, co-founder of Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently.
Elon Trustee Dr. William N.P. Herbert '68 honored the late Jim McClure '68 by funding a scholarship in his name, saying, "He was my anchor."
The latest photos of the 160,000-square-foot facility offer a look at what will become the main floor of the new convocation center, which will provide a premier gathering space for major campus events and serve as the new home for Elon's basketball and volleyball programs.
Ashton Newhall '98, a former trustee and the sponsor of the C. Ashton Newhall Endowed Lecture at the Love School of Business, has received the annual entrepreneurial recognition from Ernst & Young.
Elon’s Odyssey Scholars share a bond that carries them through the campus experience and into successful lives after graduation.
An entrepreneur at heart, Rob Orr ’14 began building two seasonal businesses in the Outer Banks while pursuing a finance degree at Elon.
The recent collaboration from Mia Watkins ’16 and Eric Hernandez ’16 brings to life the new single from R&B artist Mawule and celebrates the importance of fatherhood.
The Seattle Alumni Chapter gathered on the rooftop of the Hard Rock Cafe, just around the corner from the Pike Place Market, to celebrate Seattle's first full week of sunshine in style.
The Michael Poteat '04 Global Education Scholarship will give students suffering from chronic illness the opportunity to study abroad and have a life-changing experience.
The popular running publication focused on research by Wally Bixby, associate professor of exercise science, and recent alumna Kristen Fontela '17.