With students competing in tournaments across the South, founders hope their successes elevate the university in collegiate bass fishing circles.
Lauren Johnson and Sarah Neuhauser will each receive $21,900 annual scholarships for their junior and senior years as they also work toward teacher licensure.
Tour guide Rachel Southmayd '13 thought she was setting off on a typical campus tour. But her boyfriend, a fellow Admissions tour guide, had a surprise in store.
Senior Dean Coots is competing for a $30,000 contract from Sprite.
New communication strategies and a jump in participation helped the annual student-led fundraising event more than double from last year its gift amount to the Children’s Miracle Network.
Alpha Phi Omega's annual College Coffee fundraiser for the American Cancer Society gives students stress relief with the approach of final exams.
In a series of interviews with lawyers and career specialists, Sarah Kowalkowski '13 pinpoints the characteristics of students who thrive in law school - and then their profession.
The Martha and Spencer Love School of Business sales program is recognized for preparing and placing top talent in professional selling roles.
The university's top award comes with $15,000 to support and celebrate academic and creative achievements.
Three students from Sigma Sigma Sigma mentored and befriended children of prostitutes dead or dying from HIV/AIDS in a rural village.
Hundreds of Elon students will be involved in activities during CELEBRATE! 2013, a celebration of achievements in academics and the arts.
For the fourth year in a row, Elon has been named one of the nation's most "environmentally responsible green colleges."
Twenty-five students in Assistant Professor Laurin Kier's class are blogging about an assignment that honors school shooting victims in Newtown, Conn.
Eighty-five percent of alumni responding to a survey report they are employed, have been accepted to graduate/professional school, are completing a post-graduate internship/fellowship, are working for a service organization or are voluntarily taking time off.
Students were honored April 9 at a dinner recognizing their superior achievement in the arts and sciences.
Elon University senior Erica Schenhals has researched the effect oxytocin has on immune cells and breast cancer cells.
Thomas Price ‘13 developed a mobile application for middle and high school students to create their own video games using math and science principles.
Graduating art history majors will present their senior thesis research on May 16.
Bloomberg Businessweek gives the Martha & Spencer Love School of Business a #42 ranking among the nation's top undergraduate programs.
The honor from Campus Compact recognizes students "finding solutions for challenges facing communities throughout the country."