The public launch of the Elon LEADS Campaign marks a historic effort to expand access to an Elon education.
The senior combines her interests in sustainable agriculture and the environment with her love for creating art.
A personal connection is driving Michael Dryzer ’19 to use his postgraduate studies to improve the lives of people with intellectual disabilities.
Elon faculty and students explore how outdoor environments enhance children’s thinking and learning.
Mandy McGill ’06 never imagined that one day she would be working in law enforcement.
Boxing gloves used to be a popular accessory for Elon students in the 1930s and 1940s.
Sam Burgess ’78 received the prestigious Order of the Long Leaf Pine in February for his service as a local government employee and his contributions to his community.
How a decision to become a stem cell donor impacted the lives of Ryan Corning ’18 and a complete stranger.
Despite challenges, more women are making their mark in leadership roles at Elon and beyond.
A well known and popular figure on campus, Kenneth Brown, Jr. ’19 is excited to empower students through a career in higher education after graduation.
Serendipity in the lab leads to life-saving discoveries for Professor Emeritus of Chemistry Gene Grimley.
Knowing she will be the guardian for her older sibling has influenced the professional and personal choices of Emily Benson Chatzky '15 L'19.