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Five Tips to Stay Fit This Summer

Busy with summer jobs and vacation, it can be very hard to find time to work out.

Nature Improving Spiritual Health

Spending time in nature is an easy and practical way to improve your spiritual health.

If Saving Money is Wrong, I Don't Want to be Right

Apps for students to manage their finances and help save money.

How Physical Activity Makes You a Better Student

Want to be a better student? Try incorporating physical activity.

It's OK to Cry

"Emotional suppression can have a negative effect on an individual physically, mentally and socially," (My Sahana, 2011)

How to Invest in College

Contrary to popular belief, it's not rocket science to invest in the stock market.

School of Education recognizes outstanding faculty and staff

School of Education faculty members Katie Baker, Mark Enfield, Heidi Hollingsworth and Mary Knight-McKenna were recognized on May 21 for faculty excellence at the annual school awards banquet. In addition, staff member Jennifer Fish was recognized for her promotion to associate director of Teaching Fellows. 

Elon alumna honored for distinguished teaching

Allyson Golightly '13 received the 2019 Tressler Distinguished Teacher Award for having a significant impact on young people.