The executive board and class representatives will help lead a governing body that serves as the umbrella organization for other law school organizations and committees.
Four Elon students received the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, a Department of State grant dedicated to funding opportunities for underrepresented students to study in underrepresented locations.
Faculty, students and staff celebrate the National Day on Writing with multiple events at Elon and Greensboro locations.
The student-run news organization was honored with six awards, including four first-place finishes, and two School of Communications graduates were recognized for their professional journalism efforts.
Molly Kearns ’19 is among the recipients of the Lumen Prize, which provides selected students with a $15,000 scholarship and celebrates their academic and creative accomplishments.
Henry Collins ’20, co-founder of Rugged Road Outdoors, developed new method for manufacturing coolers.
Ciesielski will present a masterclass on making it in the music business at 4 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 30 in McCrary Theater.
A group of nearly two dozen School of Communications students received a behind-the-scenes look at the operations of the NHL organization and its arena.
Students showcased analytical and visualization skills in second annual Elon Champion Analytics Challenge.
Six Elon students, two faculty members and three students from Elon's 2018 Research Experiences for Undergraduates program attended the 14th Annual Regional Mathematics and Statistics Conference held at UNC-Greensboro on Nov. 3, 2018.
The $4,500 award recognizes a member of the fraternity who demonstrates excellence in academics, campus involvement and fraternity leadership.
Josh Cadorette '19 participated in Sigma Phi Epsilon's Tragos Quest to Greece with other members from around the country to explore the foundations of the fraternity.
Lauren Ventresca '19 was awarded a STEM Pre-service Teacher Education Scholarship by the NC Space Grant team.
Spanish and International Studies major Isabel Treanor presented her research for the panel on “(Socio)Political: Where Culture and Genre Meet” at Undergraduate Research Forum at South Atlantic Modern Languages Annual Conference in Birmingham, Alabama.
Martha and Spencer Love School of Business Fellows spent two days in New York learning about different industries and what companies are looking for in interns and new hires.
The students join a global community of Fellows charged with increasing campus engagement with innovation, entrepreneurship, design thinking and creativity.
The Alternative Breaks Program offered the mid-October experience to introduce students to social issues that impact communities in North Carolina.
The annual ranking by the Institute of International Education again names Elon University the nation’s top master’s level institution in the number of students studying abroad.
Students, staff, faculty and President Book engaged in a battle of wits with challenging questions about Elon and everything else.
Ebru artist, Bingul Sevimli, recently offered a hands-on experience to Elon students, faculty and staff.
The event demonstrated how difficult it can be to discern what's real and what's fabricated.
Author Julie Smith of Webster University argued that the amount, design and message of fake information contributes to its proliferation.
The 2019 edition of "The Best 165 Law Schools" featured multiple student reflections on Elon Law's approach to experiential education, with one student concluding "Elon Law doesn’t just teach the law, but paves the way for practicing the law."
Faculty, staff and students gathered for a meal and conversation about how to find and evaluate credible information.
Campus Recreation & Wellness to adjust hours during Thanksgiving break
Homecoming weekend brought nine School of Communications graduates back to campus to participate in a live panel discussion, providing current students with advice on how to use their Elon experiences to enhance their careers.
The Elon women’s basketball team got a chance to train with the Marines and practice mental strength and collaboration
Khmer Times, an English-language news outlet in Cambodia, recently featured Elon senior Usaphea Vanna.
A team of four Elon University students competed in a case study competition held Oct. 24-26 at the 2018 Sport Marketing Association Conference in Dallas.
Produced by Jared Mayerson ’20 and Jordan Shaw ’20, “Leaving the Nest” tells the story of a North Carolina family that lives in yurts – portable, round tents. The film will be screened this spring on campus at the 2019 elondocs documentary showcase.
A team of Elon researchers is working to develop an efficient and effective way for communities in the developing world to help combat water, sanitation hygiene problems.
The Election Night Watch Event is one of a variety of efforts to encourage civic engagement across campus.
Students analyzed economic conditions and recommended a course for monetary policy.
Students have been prepping since the summer for the Tuesday, Nov. 6, telecast.
The 2018 Sundance Film Festival selection was written and directed by Qasim Basir, who will participate in a Q&A session following the 4:15 p.m. screening on campus.
Elon’s student news organization won several organizational and individual honors at a national college media conference held in Louisville, Kentucky.
Faculty and students from Elon’s elementary education program represented at the N.C. Council of Teachers of Mathematics state conference on Nov. 1 and 2.
Connor Dwyer ’19 and Dan Brekus ’20 presented their analysis and recommendations for an artificial intelligence-related business case during the University of Arizona’s annual competition.
The success of the 11 students who competed means they will advance to the Mid-Atlantic Regionals to be held in Maryland in March.
Elaine Bradley of the Neon Trees at Elon as part of MPRA Music Industry Visiting Professional Series
Elaine Bradley, drummer and singer in the rock band Neon Trees, will be speaking with students in the Music Production and Recording Arts Program during her visit Nov. 5-7.
The N.C. Council for Teachers of Mathematics recognizes outstanding mathematics education students at colleges and universities across the state in an effort to encourage student enjoyment of mathematics and mathematics education.
About 3,000 alumni joined Elon students, faculty and staff on campus for a variety of events celebrating their common connection to the university, each other.
Elon’s multi-faith community gathered Nov. 2 in the Sacred Space to stand against hate and show their support for the Jewish community.
The Guilford County Association of Black Lawyers awarded scholarships in October to four accomplished Elon Law students who have demonstrated a commitment to service in their communities and the profession.
The altar will be open to the public until Friday, Nov. 2, at 1:30 pm.
The Sport Management Department hosted its annual fall internship forum on Oct. 1, featuring a lively panel discussion and poster session.
Paper authored and recently published by Barbara Miller Gaither, Morgan Collins ’20 earns top prize award
In collaboration with UNC professor Lucinda Austin, the School of Communications faculty member and strategic communications major examined corporate social advocacy and political activism through the case of DICK’s Sporting Goods and the company’s recent stance on gun control reform.
Sixty-five participants jumpstarted their career development at the Oct. 23 event.
During the two-day trip, 29 students visited with communications professionals and Elon University alumni, receiving a behind-the-scenes look at the operations of several prominent organizations, including CNN, Jackson Spalding and the Atlanta Falcons.