Magazine of Elon

MOE Extras

I Am Elon with Matt Sears ’18

Though Matt Sears ’18 spends much of his time researching insect behavior, he makes time to tutor, work as a T.A. and play men’s club rugby. 

Relationship rich: The legacy of President Lambert

A look at the historic leadership and legacy of President Leo M. Lambert, who in February announced his plans to conclude his time as Elon's eighth president.

Lambert’s legacy: In their own words

Members of the Elon community reflect on President Leo M. Lambert's legacy.

The Lambert years: Academic improvement and campus growth

A look at the growth of the university during President Leo M. Lambert's tenure.

Beatrice Copeland ’11 navigates the entertainment industry on her own terms

The media arts and entertainment graduate is on her way to achieving her dream of directing films full time.

Al Drago ’15: Purposefully focused

It has taken Al Drago ’15 only two years to earn his place in the nation’s capital press corps, amassing an impressive social media presence along the way.

The student experience

After stepping down as Elon’s vice president for student life and dean of students, Smith Jackson reflects on some of the major changes he saw during his almost 24-year tenure.

Alumna dedicates life to advocate for peace and justice

From an early age, faith and family helped the Rev. Joyce Myers-Brown ’59 develop an attitude of love for every being that has guided her life.


From the archives: Fallen soldier

Remembering Charles Whitelock, Class of 1918, the first Elon student to die in military service 100 years ago.

Elon Law alumnus is seeking to level the scales of justice for youth offenders

Ricky Watson, Jr. L’11 helped lead “raise the age” efforts to end the practice of trying 16- and 17-year-olds as adults in the North Carolina criminal justice system.

Elon alumnus is making waves in Silicon Valley

John Tumbleston ’06 is helping attract Elon alumni talent to the global center of the tech industry.