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  1. 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. 

  2. 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.


  3. 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.

  4. 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. 

  5. Eight Elon students selected as N.C. Teaching Fellows

    The state teaching fellows program is specifically designed to attract high-quality teachers to low-performing schools by offering an accelerated loan forgiveness schedules for Fellows who agree to teach in a low-performing school in North Carolina.

  6. Article on gun-control debate features Husser

    Jason Husser, assistant professor of political science and director of the Elon University Poll, was interviewed by the Greensboro News & Record about how gun control issues are playing out in this year's Congressional elections.

  7. SURF to celebrate 25 years of undergraduate research in April

    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. 

  8. In My Words: One problem with Facebook is us

    In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Enrique Armijo, associate dean for academic affairs and an associate professor at Elon Law, examines the recent revelations about Facebook data that was leveraged by the analytics firm Cambridge Analytica.