Elon is offering trumpet lessons for both music majors and nonmajors.
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Concerned about life after Elon? Not sure you know how to balance your budget, find your first apartment or navigate the confusing world of insurance? If so, it's not too late to sign up this fall - the class begins after Fall Break.
It's not too late to sign up for a “Transition Strategies” course this fall.
Elon's newest class of students — its largest and most diverse yet — move in today, Aug. 26. Here's what they have to look forward to.
In recent months and even more recent weeks, our country and world have been faced with adversity. Recent happenings are truly tragic. When faced which such tragedy, there are two choices: to keep moving forward, or to succumb to the hostility that contradicts our country’s and our university’s core values. As the home of the Phoenix, we will continue to work with Elon students, faculty and staff to promote inclusivity and positive growth on campus.
The Phoenix baseball team is recognized with the inaugural ABCA Team Academic Excellence Award.
Four applied mathematics majors presented their research in July at the at the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Annual Meeting
Lecturer Hal Vincent’s “Strategic Research Methods” course took classroom theory and applied it in a real-world setting to promote entrepreneurship, innovation and economic sustainability in Alamance County.
The sophomore physics major gave a podium presentation at the University of Maryland, College Park on Irreversible Electroporation (IRE), an emerging cancer therapy.
The award is presented to the most outstanding Elon MBA student in the Class of 2016.
The Writing Center will be open during Summer I and Summer II.
The Moseley Center has abbreviated hours for Memorial Day weekend.
Students participated in a unique opportunity to experience and create online marketing campaigns for clients.
Members of the graduating class of Elon Business Fellows were presented with medallions in a ceremony in front of faculty, staff, family and friends.
On the eve of Elon University School of Law's Commencement, graduates and their loved ones celebrated the completion of their legal studies in a program that included recognition of Mark Funkhouser L’16 and Joshua Bonney L’16 for their academic achievements & service.
Fifty-nine percent of Elon students in the Class of 2016 made a gift to Elon as part of the senior class giving campaign, raising more than $20,990 for areas of campus most important to them.
The Department of Economics recognized Michael Keenan and Ameya Benegal for writing the best economics theses of the year.
The Elon Business Law Journal is an online publication that provides content related to recent developments in the law with a significant impact on the business community.
The School of Communications notches four national wins and two national finalist nods in Mark of Excellence competition.
Junior journalism major Tommy Hamzik was recognized for his story chronicling the death of an Elon football player and subsequent reaction from the campus and community.
Roland Minton, professor of mathematics at Roanoke College, gave a guest lecture titled, "The Curious Case of the Dog Who Could Do Calculus," on May 4.
Elon’s Maker Hub provides a space where students can tinker and learn perseverance through failure.
Ten management majors successfully completed testing to earn the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® designation.
The School of Communications chapter of Lambda Pi Eta hosted a May 4 induction ceremony, with Associate Professor Naeemah Clark serving as the event’s keynote speaker.
Healthy eating and cooking are the focus of work with Healthy Alamance and the Career and Technical Education Center.
For the third year, the North Carolina Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers met on campus April 15-16.
The English major was selected for the media organization’s Lifestyle Group Fellowship Program and will assist the editorial staff of Coastal Living, a print and online magazine based in Birmingham, Alabama.
Elon’s Village Project is now operating at five local public schools with help from many student groups including athletics, Fellows and fraternities.
Phoenix gear will be produced by the leading apparel and equipment producer beginning in July 2016.
In honor of the intellectual environment of CELEBRATE! Week, submit your sustainability-related research and projects to the Database to motivate future students.
Madison Tamblyn pitched her venture, MadDogg Heat Sleeve, to angel and venture capital investors during the start-up competition.
Elon junior Austin Hughes completed the 26.2-mile Mountain Man March on April 23.
Thirty-one students presented individual comprehensive research projects on economic issues.
An annual awards program held April 21 recognized the academic success and service of those involved with the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business.
The 400th anniversary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes and his novel, 'Don Quixote,' were celebrated with a weeklong event that included reading both volumes aloud.
Two seniors’ performances earned Elon University seventh place overall in the nation’s largest sales role-play competition.
This week begins a series of eco-art installations created by students in Samantha DiRosa's Eco-Art course on issues and narratives surrounding the Haw River and Haw River watershed.
During CELEBRATE! Week, Elon Dining and Elon Volunteers! are collaborating to help fight food insecurity in Alamance County. Donate five canned goods at Lakeside Dining Hall and recieve a free meal.
Anita Bryant, Grace Landsberg and Zachary (Zack) Czajkowski presented a quilt made by survivors of sexual abuse and assault to the Burlington City Council April 5.
Students who completed more than 75 hours of pro bono service were recognized on April 13, 2016, during the Pro Bono Board’s Spring Reception.
Four Martha and Spencer Love School of Business students analyzed a given case from the standpoint of financial, legal/regulatory and ethical dimensions.
Brett Evans ’13, co-owner of Piedmont Biofarm in Pittsboro, gave a talk titled “From Liberal Arts to Local Agriculture: a Young Farmer’s Views on Food.”
Amanda Chunco, assistant professor of environmental studies, and Jennifer Hamel, assistant professor of biology, took six students to the annual meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists March 31-April 2.
The sixth annual gratitude event, held April 5, celebrated the impact of philanthropy on Elon’s campus.
The award provides students with $10,000 to research and understand problems of interest to them and then use their leadership abilities to test potential solutions.
The North Carolina Mu chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon at Elon University was honored with the Student Organization of the Year Award during the 21st annual Organization Awards and Inauguration Ceremony.
The Student Government Association held its 21st annual Organization Awards and Inauguration Ceremony on Tuesday, March 29 in McKinnon Hall.
The March meeting of the American Physical Society is the largest annual international meeting of physicists, featuring more than 9,000 presentations from authors around the world.
Nearly two-dozen Elon University students traveled to Charlotte, North Carolina, for a March 15 conference to hear from marketing professionals and industry leaders.