Elon's women's tennis team defeated Samford to claim the program's first SoCon Tournament championsbip.
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For the first time since the 2007 season, the Elon University men's tennis team is the Southern Conference Tournament champion after defeating the second-seeded Furman Paladins.
She was stopped less than a mile from the end of the 2013 Boston Marathon. Now, Kristin Feeney ’11 plans to cross the finish line to demonstrate the strength of both Boston and Elon – all while raising money for cancer research.
Ed Watkins, an automotive mechanic in Elon's Physical Plant department died Friday in a boating accident. Read this message from President Lambert.
The university has been recognized for the fifth year in a row as one of the most environmentally responsible colleges in the United States and Canada.
Students, staff, faculty and members of the community gathered April 18 around Fonville Fountain to pray on Good Friday.
A panel of experts discuss funding, school vouchers and teacher pay in the last of three "Community Connections" programs held this school year.
Donations from the Panhellenic Council benefited Allied Churches of Alamance County and were distributed with help from Campus Kitchen at Elon University.
After a ten-year separation caused by civil war in Somalia, a family was reunited on April 16 in Greensboro, N.C., aided by law students in Elon’s Humanitarian Immigration Law Clinic. Their story was featured on Fox news stations across the country.
A student-led initiative to raise the visibily of the university's 24 club sports programs started April 12 with a decisive Elon baseball victory over visiting East Carolina University.
The associate professor of education and longtime Elon Academy instructor formally takes over this summer for founding director Deborah Long, who is now serving as interim dean of Elon University’s School of Education.
The 15th annual Philip L. Carret Endowment Thomas Jefferson Essay Contest asked students to write about the relationship between public education and the common good in the 21st century.
Dr. Sandra Steingraber, author of the critically acclaimed "Living Downstream: An Ecologists’ Personal Investigation of Cancer and the Environment," visits the university on April 22 to share details and insights from her book.
Tom Mould, recipient of Elon’s 2013-14 Distinguished Scholar Award, spoke Tuesday evening about the way people share narratives to convey beliefs and shape worldviews – and how we all change in the process because of those tales.
The music production & recording arts alumnus composed and recorded "Light," the first song of a new album produced by Musicians for a Cause in support of the nonprofit One Fund Boston.
Hosted by Elon Law and the Alliance for Experiential Learning in Law, the June 13-15 symposium will feature William C. Hubbard, President Elect of the American Bar Association, and Bill Henderson, Professor of Law, Maurer School of Law at Indiana University at Bloomington.
Workers spent Tuesday morning planting a tree in a campus grove known as Under the Oaks after a winter ice storm last month led to the removal of a tree that predated Elon's founding.
Senior Cameron Silverman took home the Southern Conference's top award in men's tennis for the 2014 season while Michael Leonard earned Coach of the Year honors for the second consecutive season.
Imagining the Internet journalism team provides full coverage of 2014 Internet Hall of Fame Induction and interviews 28 Internet leaders.
The campus community on April 11 celebrated a Hindu holiday that marks the arrival of spring and the triumph of good over evil.
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders is the nation’s most recognized resource for classifying conditions like depression and anxiety, but through five editions and half a century, its self-professed raison d'être continues to evolve. Elon University senior Kelsey O’Connell set out to learn “why,” and more importantly, she wanted to pinpoint “how.”
The Elon University men's tennis team claimed its fifth Southern Conference regular season championship in the last nine years with a Wednesday win.
The final Elon University Poll of the spring semester will ask residents of North Carolina about their opinions on various social, economic and political issues.
Several student organizations and departments have partnered to host programs that begin April 14 and run through April 26, 2014.
An April 7 dinner and ceremony featured a keynote address by Jill McCorkle, a critically acclaimed author of Southern literature.
Elon continues the celebration of its quasquicentennial year with a video about the importance of alumni support for students who follow in their footsteps.
Bloomberg Businessweek includes the Martha & Spencer Love School of Business high on its 2014 list of the nation's best undergraduate business programs.
“War Crimes, Genocide, and Justice” by Elon University’s David Crowe is a global history of battlefield horrors and the international humanitarian law that developed in response to barbaric behaviors of armies and their leaders.
Nicole Winfield spoke April 4 in Whitley Auditorium about the men who have led the Catholic Church in recent years, the challenges facing the church, and how she maintains neutrality in her coverage as a Catholic herself.
Heather Harder's case study on Coca-Cola's anti-obesity campaign takes the grand prize in the Arthur W. Page Society case study competition.
The campus celebrated a special Spring Convocation on April 2, 2014, when President Emeritus J. Earl Danieley ’46 shared reflections from more than half a century of service to his alma mater as a student, professor, dean and president.
Composed by Associate Professor Stephen A. Futrell in the Department of Music, a “celebratory verse” that originally debuted as part of the university’s Ever Elon fundraising campaign was formally recognized this spring as a permanent addition to the institution’s alma mater.
A historic white oak tree located in the campus area known as Under the Oaks succumbs to ice damage and rot.
Residents of Elon University’s home county cite jobs and schools as top concerns in a recent community survey that found a brighter overall mood compared to a similar poll three years ago.
An initiative co-led by Elon's Program for Ethnographic Research and Community Studies created a website this spring to give a human face to the recipients of government aid in local communities alongside national data about welfare services.
Considered the "hallmark of excellence in business education," AACSB accreditation is earned by less than five percent of the world's business programs.
The equivelant of 16 homes in North Carolina could have been powered for a month with the electricity saved by students living on Elon University's campus in a recent contest that challenged residence halls to cut back on energy use.
Johns Hopkins University Press has re-issued its classic book, "Transforming a College," with new contributions by President Leo M. Lambert.
"Solidarity Ethics: Transformation in a Globalized World" by Elon University's Rebecca Todd Peters explores the moral challenges of living in a global economy and imagines new ways of combating social injustices by building deeper relationships with those who suffer.
Twenty-five teams of law students representing 16 law schools participated in the fourth annual Billings, Exum & Frye National Moot Court Competition at Elon University School of Law on March 28 and 29.
Students in Elon University's student news organizations were named finalists and winners in a regional Society of Professional Journalists awards contest.
The former Vietnam POW made headlines when he visited campus in March 1973.
Elon's 124th Commencement activities in May will include picnics, receptions and more for graduates and their families.
Colby Halligan '15 travels to Europe this summer as one of the youngest students ever selected for a program that gives hands-on experience in organic farming while learning a foreign language.
The Office of Sustainability and the Environmental Advisory Council are hosting events on April 2 and April 23 for students, faculty and staff to contribute ideas and suggestions for the future of environmental, social and economic initiatives on campus.
The Office of Alumni Engagement and the Young Alumni Council honored 10 distinguished young alumni during the 4th Annual Top 10 Under 10 Alumni Awards Ceremony on March 22.
Dooley joins the Elon University community after spending 15 years in student affairs and assessment at Marquette University in Wisconsin.
The Doherty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership is helping to lead a series of free workshops that take place on Elon University's campus from March 25-28, 2014, for anyone in the Alamance County or surrounding communities.
The challenge, which ends May 31, allows former Elon student-athletes the opportunity to earn additional monetary support for their respective programs.
Elon University students can use TurboVote to register to vote and obtain absentee ballots should they wish to participate in either their home states' primaries or North Carolina's primary set for May 6, 2014.