Using the attempt by N.C. legislators to propose a resolution declaring the right to establish an official religion, Hatcher argues separation of church and state benefits all citizens
The Communications department chair was one of 17 academics nationwide to take part in the program.
Daniel Koehler '12 and Liv Dubendorf '12's film "Win or Lose" takes the bronze medal in the Documentary category of the competition.
Senior Christine Williams will receive the Jessica Redfield Ghawi Scholarship.
Will Anderson '13, David Gwynn '13 and Matt Carter '14 did a guest spot May 29.
The keynote speaker at Elon University’s 123rd Commencement exercises used humor and poignant stories from his work to remind the Class of 2013 about the value of time in a world where their leadership is needed.
Newest alumni heading throughout the country following Commencement.
The one-hour school receptions allowed students to introduce parents to faculty mentors, laugh with friends and share their plans for life after tomorrow’s Commencement ceremony.
Surrounded by family, friends and Elon faculty and staff, 26 students in the Interactive Media Class of 2013 celebrated the completion of the program during a ceremony May 23.
In addition to writing a research paper, Caitlin O’Donnell ‘13 created a website to educate the public on the ways women and people of color have previously been marginalized by the press.
The anchor and managing editor of “NBC Nightly News” is the parent of an Elon senior.
Eryn Gorang '14 provided the winning idea for a big hotel chain's business challenge.
Lauren Shelly '07 helped produce the video, "The Internship Adventure," for the American Junior Golf Association.
This semester's edition marks the seventh in the history of the Elon Journal.
Communications associate professor helps write "Introductory Statistics: A Conceptual Approach Using R," a textbook for undergraduate and graduate students.
Sierra Ferrier, Kevin Ridge, Al Drago and Cristina Crawford will receive $3,000 summer grants.
Matthew Eastman is one of 20 students nationwide who were selected.
Senior Dean Coots is competing for a $30,000 contract from Sprite.
It's the fourth Emmy win for the Communications professor, who's been a part of three NBC Olympic Games teams.
Many students entered the Communications honor society in a May 13 ceremony.
An Elon team is conducting survey research at two major technology forums in Switzerland.
Through RaiseDC, Brendan O’Connor ’09 and Ryan Ulbrich ’09 are creating new opportunities for young professionals to give back to their community.
Tom Mullen ’00 paid a ‘virtual’ visit May 7 to students in Clay Stevenson’s Survey of Music Business class.
The Pacesetter recognizes a chapter's success in membership, national participation and/or chapter development.
Students contributed articles about local Latino-targeted businesses to Better Alamanace Wiki website.
Students from across campus shared their innovative and entrepreneurial ideas to compete for $800 in SEED money to take their ideas and make them a reality.