The 2017 edition of “The Best 381 Colleges” guide recognizes Elon’s study abroad, career services, performing arts and several other programs.
Elon first-year students were able to meet alumni who lived in their neighborhood and hear about their experiences.
President Leo M. Lambert's annual video message to the Elon community provides news and updates about the upcoming year.
The panel for current Orientation leaders featured eight Elon alumni and former members of the New Student Orientation team.
The Tims Access Scholarship will assist students from Mississippi and surrounding states.
Journalism major Lindsay Kimble ’13, a digital writer and reporter for the celebrity news outlet, spoke with American swimmers Conor Dwyer and Maya Dirado, highlighting a variety of topics, including Dirado’s decision to retire.
Leaders from the alumni network met in Washington, D.C. on Aug. 12-13 for a series of meetings and discussions about how to further engage LGBTQIA alumni and support the efforts of the Gender and LGBTQIA Center (GLC) on campus.
Elon advances a growing national movement, engaging recent graduates in a year of community service following graduation.
Kebbler Williams '98, education planning and development consultant with the N.C. Department of Public Instruction and secretary of the Elon Board of Trustees, delivered the Commencement address.
Swimmer Kelsi Worrell, the daughter of Bob Worrell '89 and Erica Faison Worrell '90, and niece of Dann Worrell '90, was a member of the U.S. women's 4x100m medley relay team.
For more than a decade, John Marshall ’01 has channeled his Elon experience to protect the United States from cyber attacks.
The 27 students in this year's Master of Arts in Interactive Media program have a variety of undergraduate degrees from universities across the United States.
Casey Hekker ’11 is among the growing number of professionals who prefer to use technology to work from anywhere in the world.
The 2016 NABJ and NAHJ Annual Convention and Career Fair in Washington, D.C., brought together nearly 4,000 current and aspiring media professionals, including four Elon University students and seven alumni.
The cinema and television arts major enlisted the services of more than a dozen Elon University friends and collaborators to help produce a 30-second film that captures the emotions of the movie-going experience for the 2016 Coca-Cola and Regal Film Program.
The new convocation center will provide a preeminent facility for Phoenix athletics and university events.
The award-winning work of Michelle Alfini '16 brings light to human rights violations surrounding this summer’s Olympic Games in Brazil.
Jay Briggs '06 and Jillian Hannah '16 have joined the growing education department at Mill Mountain Theatre.
Cody Michael Schmidt ’15 won the award for Best Director in the regional 48 Hour Film Project.
Elon alumna presents research on young parents with HIV at International AIDS Conference in South Africa
Hannah Allen '15 and Cindy Fair co-authored research that looked at perceptions about parenting from young parents with perinatally acquired HIV. The research was presented at the International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa, in July.
Jim White ’40 visited Whitley Auditorium July 19, returning to the site of his first solo as a tenor in the Elon College choir.
On July 15 four alumni chapters and two alumni chapter leaders were recognized for their outstanding contributions to Alumni Engagement efforts in the 2015-16 academic year.
The School of Communications graduate produced his documentary, “A House Without Snakes,” as part of the 2014-15 Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship. The film hosted its world premiere in April at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in Durham, North Carolina.
The Triad Business Journal honors Jennings in its inaugural class of "Most Admired" CEOs in North Carolina's Piedmont Triad region.
With the start of fall semester just over six weeks away, the campus is buzzing with builders doing new construction and renovation.
Cooper has been named MetLife Premier Client Group’s 2015 Managing Sales Director of the Year, the highest honor given to managing associates.
Following his selection as one of three finalists, the Elon University graduate received $15,000 to produce a 30-second film that captures the emotions of the movie-going experience.
Amber Allen L'14 and Haynes Dallas G'05 L'09 will serve three-year terms as the chapter's inaugural leadership team.
Before she graduated in May, Angelique Ryan L'16 traveled to Ethiopia to advocate for a family separated by war, and a top North Carolina television station covered that family's reunification this week at Raleigh-Durham International Airport.
Tim Clark '92, Brian Keller '97, Chad Nkang '07 and Kam Radford '96 will be inducted into the Hall of Fame on September 17.
Kelly Foran ’15 G’16 was accepted this summer into a startup accelerator program run by Groundwork Labs, a Durham-based organization that helps entrepreneurial ventures get off the ground.
Ryan will oversee three administrative operations at Elon University.
Hupfeld is one of six students nationwide to receive the society's Marcus L. Urann Fellowship.
The senior producer for the Redskins Broadcast Network was recognized on June 25 at the 58th National Capital Chesapeake Bay Regional Emmy Awards ceremony.
Retired educator Nancy Turner Watson ’66 champions life-changing initiatives that serve students from pre-kindergarten through college.
The spring Elon graduate is honored by the international nonprofit organization for his work to create positive media images of black men and other minority groups.
An associate producer for Georgia Public Broadcasting’s PBS show, "Georgia Outdoors,” Riley and his colleagues were honored on June 11 at the 42nd Annual Southeast Emmy Awards in Atlanta.
Music theatre alumni currently performing on Broadway stage will take part in this New York benefit concert to fight HB2.
The courageous Phoenix soccer star is one of five recipients of this year's student-athlete achievement award by the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics.
Running for North Carolina State University, the Elon alumnus placed 7th in the 10,000 meter run, earning his fourth All-America award.
Mitch Pittman ’09, a reporter at KOMO-TV in Seattle, was recognized on June 4 at the 53rd annual Northwest Regional Emmy Awards.
The 39-year Navy veteran recently commanded the North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command.
Brandon Landreth ’11 has been able to design and implement weekly lessons on health, wellness and oral hygiene for elementary students in rural Greene County thanks to a fellowship.
The former Elon football All-American running back is one of three 2016 class members who are a part of the Legends Class that was created in 2010 for posthumous induction.
The student news program was recognized in the magazine category of the 37th College Television Awards presented on May 25 by the Television Academy Foundation.
Barrett Wilbert Weed '11 was recognized for her lead actress role in Signature Theatre's "Cabaret."
The lessons Robert Cody ’80 learned as an Elon football player have translated to success as a high school coach.
The Elon alumnus will oversee 15,000 students and more than 70 undergraduate/graduate degree programs as the university’s inaugural vice chancellor for academic affairs and provost.
School’s out, but the performances don’t stop for current music theatre majors working professionally across the country.
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.