Following the Pep Rally on Saturday evening, first-year students will make their way to the Lakeside Terrace for Phoenix Extravaganza on Aug. 23.
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Want to get hypnotized in front of the entire student body? Don't miss out on your chance to get picked to go on stage at Tom DeLuca on August 25.
The Office of Greek Life is hosting the "perfect party" as part of its risk management training.
Join us as we "turn on the lights" for our holiday celebration in Loy Neighborhood.
Join the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) as they host their annual step show. Members of historically black Greek-lettered organizations at Elon and neighboring institutions are invited to present competitive performances for alumni and the current Elon community to enjoy.
Join Elon Greeks as they invite Burlington and Alamance county families out for Halloween fun, including games, spooky treat and a costume contest.
Get a group of your friends together to tailgate on Bank of America Drive for only $25!
The annual Fall Organization Fair will take place on Friday, Sept. 5 from 4 to 6 p.m. on Young Commons.
Russell Cornelius has been hired for the summer to expand knowledge, resources, and services offered by Elon University's Gender & LGBTQIA Center.
Eight Elon University students participated on May 7, 2014, in the third Presidential Crisis Simulation hosted by the Politics Forum and Center for Leadership.
The National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society inducted 17 new members at a ceremony on May 5th.
This past weekend, Elon's Men's Club Soccer finished their season strong in a game against UNC Greensboro.
11:00pm in McKinnon
The School of Health Sciences Global Learning Opportunities Program hosted Elon’s undergraduate Chapter of the Global Medical Brigades April 28 for a vital signs and medical terminology workshop.
The international honor society for economics recognized new members at a spring economics banquet.
Top business students were recently inducted into the international honor society Beta Gamma Sigma.
Want to relive prom? Or at least attend an awkward one? 'Awkwood,' an original web series, is in need of extras for their last day of filming.
The national mathematics honor society hosted a fun-filled evening of snacks, prizes and origami with associate professor of mathematics Alan Russell on Thursday, April 9, 2014.
Elon Ultimate traveled to Myrtle Beach March 21-23rd to take on their biggest tournament of spring.
Needed: Student planning committee for TEDxElonUniversity 2015
Greek honor applications are available today on the Greek website and are due by April 9 at 5 pm to the Greek life office.
Volume 6, Issue 1 of the Elon Law Review is titled, “Emerging Issues in First Amendment Jurisprudence: Interpreting the Relationship Between Religion and the State in the Modern Age.”
Elon’s Club Equestrian team ended their season strong this past weekend at St. Andrews University.
Come by South Campus and hit the driving range
Elon’s Women’s Club Ultimate Frisbee team, Wild Rumpus, has been featured #12 in skyd magazine’s division III preseason power rankings.
Developed for students interested in practicing criminal law, especially in the area of white-collar crime, the forum featured Terry Meinecke, a prosecutor with the U.S. Department of Justice, and W. James Payne, a white-collar defense attorney.
Pi Mu Epsilon, the national mathematics honor society, hosted award-winning mathematician and professional mime Dr. Tim Chartier of Davidson College on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013.
Elon's campus news organization is acception applications until Nov. 20 for many open spots.
The NC Mu chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon took a deeper look at the Italian Mafia on Nov. 13 in a Residential Learning Community (RLC) event supported by Elon faculty member Dr. Samuele Pardini.
Elon Communications students learn about the precarious world of freelance writing from two veteran journalists at a dinner held in the American Tobacco district in Durham, N.C.
Students and the show itself placed well in RTDNAC competition.
Elon's chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon, the nation's premier mathematics honor society, has been awarded two grants to enhance the mathematics research environment at Elon.
Come to The Root Wednesday October 9 to support Sigma Alpha Omega®, a national Christian sorority, at Elon! It lasts all day so come by and invite your friends!
This meeting gives an aspirant more information on how to become a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
Elon's chapter of Pi Mu Epsilon, the nation's premier mathematics honor society, hosted a fun evening of pizza, prizes, and math on Thursday, September 19, 2013.
Submit a T-shirt design by Oct. 18 with a chance to win! Designs should be an original reflection of the image and values of Invisible Children at Elon University.
Beta Alpha Psi, the nonprofit national honorary society and service organization for students studying finance, accounting and information systems, hosted its annual Accounting and Finance Meet & Greet on Sept. 9 in McKinnon Hall.
Team Hero is looking for help. Care about supporting our troops? Like helping war veterans? Have an interest in PTSD support, psychology or human service studies? Then Team Hero is for you.
Fifty-three first-year Doctor of Physical Therapy students joined 20 elementary children on July 15 and July 18 for fun and physical activity as part of Elon’s Summer Learning and Enrichment Academy.
Students in the Elon in NYC program finished their Streets of NYC class by exploring the worlds of finance and urban economics.
Sisters of Sigma Kappa attended the Sigma Kappa Regional Leadership Conference in Williamburg, Va.
In the last two weeks, Elon in NYC students have experienced many things in the Broadway portion of the Streets of NYC class.
Many students entered the Communications honor society in a May 13 ceremony.
The Pacesetter recognizes a chapter's success in membership, national participation and/or chapter development.
On April 17 the Elon Law Women’s Law Association celebrated students, faculty and legal professionals at the 5th Annual Women in the Profession Dinner. This year’s honoree for the “Outstanding Woman in the Profession” award was the Honorable Judge Teresa H. Vincent.
Four SOAR Awards are given out every month to one student, one student organization or campus program, one student organized program or event, and one student organization or campus program advisor. The scoring focusses on impact, development, collaboration, diversity and leadership. Nominations are reviewed by the members of the Organization Council.