Magazine of Elon

MOE Extras

Point of View: Witnessing history

Zach Hrinuk ’18, who traveled to South Korea with the NBC team for the Winter Olympic Games earlier this year, offers some insights into the complicated relationship between North and South Korea.

Owning our future

Get to know Connie Ledoux Book as she starts her tenure as Elon’s ninth president.

I Am Elon with Jourdan Parham ’19

A computer science major with a keen interest in creating, Jourdan welcomes the academic challenges her Elon experience provides.

The transcendence of yoga

From conducting international fieldwork to studying texts dating back centuries, scholars at Elon are taking a closer look at the meaning of yoga in modern society. 

Mind matters: coping with mental health issues on a college campus

As the number of U.S. college students visiting counseling centers increases, Elon is developing new strategies to cope with mental health issues.

A global leader: Linda Findley Kozlowski ’95

Meet Linda Findley Kozlowski ’95, the woman in charge of operations for the e-commerce site Etsy. 

Adam Arthur L’10: Seeking justice for all

Adam Arthur L’10 is making sure the state’s marginalized and underprivileged residents have access to free legal information through the North Carolina ar Foundation’s annual day of service.

 Dani Howell ’10 is keeping it all in the family

The 2010 Elon graduate is the sixth member of her family to graduate from Elon and the fourth to practice dentistry.

From the archives: Turning the page

Now part of the School of Communications, the Iris Holt McEwen Building once served as the home of Elon’s library.

Kimberly Bari ’06: finding hope

After a seven-year battle with a neurological illness, Kimberly Bari ’06 has found the middle ground.