“Helping Hands United: A Benefit Concert for Caribbean Island Hurricane Relief” will be held Friday, Feb. 23 from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. in the Danieley PARC.
The students competed at the N.C. National Association of Teachers of Singing classical vocal competition on Feb. 16.
Student Raechel Brunson ’19 connects her award-winning experience in a cappella to her experience building community on campus.
Elon is featured on the annual list of American master’s-level institutions whose graduates received Fulbright student awards for 2017-18.
Join us at the Global Short-Term Programs Open House in the Global Education Center on Feb. 20, where you can learn about programs and enter to win a free flight.
The residential neighborhood now under construction on the former East Gym site will include three new buildings housing 309 students once it is complete in August 2018.
The billions of bacteria that populate our intestines influence a wide range of processes in our bodies—including our behavior and brain development.
Join us for a workshop on proparing a research proposal abstract. This workshop is open to all Elon students working on a research abstract for a grant, fellowship or conference proposal.
The 2018 Communications Internship Showcase & ePortfolio Review drew 35 organizations to the School of Communications to meet with students seeking internships, employment opportunities and career advice.
February's Global Neighborhood House Dinner connected students, staff and faculty through sharing stories and experiences of transition, belonging and their Elon experience.
Business Fellows spent two weeks in the United Arab Emirates examining the business practices and cultural differences that differ in international business.
IN STORE ONLY: Feb. 14 receive an additional 50 percent off the sticker price on all Elon clearance items (cannot be combined with any other offer or discount).
B-town Event is seeking volunteers for its annual Easter Egg-Stravaganza at Burlington City Park on March 31st.
Love Your Body Week is a week to start a conversation about self-love, gaining confidence, breaking stigmas and living a healthy and happy lifestyle here at Elon and beyond.
Several student groups have organized programs from Feb. 19-24 to showcase the impact and importance of diversity in the legal profession.
The dance performance and dance science double major loves instilling a love for dance in young students.
The Nonprofit Leadership Community of Professional Practice becomes the third advising track within Elon College, the College of Arts and Sciences.
Four students in the School of Education’s teacher education program have been awarded $5,000 scholarships from the Hattie M. Strong Foundation.
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers research, study, and teaching opportunities to recent graduates in more than 140 countries, with approximately 1,900 grants awarded annually in all fields of study.
The 2018 Leadership Prize recipient is using the award to research the mental health of immigrant students coping with uncertainty of the future.
School of Communications students earned a total of five awards in the Broadcast Education Association’s Festival of Media Arts.
To be eligible, student-athletes must earn at least a 3.0 grade point average.
This workshop will teach students to write as a social scientist by reviewing common genres in the discipline, identifying typical writing features, and examining expected styles, etc.
Members of the Elon community gathered Wednesday for a discussion stemming from a 1960 speech by the civil rights leader.
Members of Elon's Teacher Education program were inducted into the Omicron Delta Kappa Society, a national leadership honor society at Elon University, on Feb. 4.
The honor organization initiated 20 students during a spring semester ceremony.
The annual waste-reduction competition runs through March 2, with participants earning rewards for adopting habits that reduce landfill waste.
The panel discussion about the erosion of trust in essential institutions such as banks, government, corporations and media will begin at 7 p.m. in McKinnon Hall in the Moseley Center on Elon's main campus.
There will be an information session for students interested in the Multifaith Scholars program on Feb. 27 at 5:30 p.m. in Moseley 217.
The Kernodle Center for Service Learning is seeking volunteers for the Alamance Community College Literacy event.
During their Winter Term “fly-in” experience, seven graduate students in the Interactive Media master’s program traveled to Western Europe, filming a short documentary and gathering multimedia content to promote a community space dedicated to minority languages.
Elon University will be celebrating the National Day on Writing with events all across campus on Friday, Oct. 20! Join in the discussion of #WhyIWrite at any, or all of the events being hosted by groups from across campus.
At noon in Schar Hall, participants can enjoy free food — at a cost.
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.
A lineup of events in February will honor African-American contributions to the campus and the world as Elon University celebrates Black History Month.
The Student Government Association has created the Acorn Fund. Two $4,500 prizes from the fund are expected to be awarded on a yearly basis to help the ideas of students flourish.
Volunteers would be helping with packet pickup, handing out water on the course, or directing athletes on the course. The event is on April 8 from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.
The comedian will headline the Student Union Board's spring comedy event on Wednesday, April 11.
Elon University Lumen Scholar Anya Fredsell ’18 is drawing connections between yoga communities in Greensboro, Atlanta and South India.
Shan Roy, a first-year Elon student from Mooresville, N.C., recently talked with the Mooresville Tribune about his projects.
Lillian Engel ’19 placed in the top three of the American Cinema Editors’ Student Editing Competition, earning an invitation to the 2018 ACE Eddie Awards held on Jan. 26 in Beverly Hills, California.
Led by Assistant Professor Mark Cryan, seven students attended the four-day event that drew representatives from all 30 Major League Baseball teams and their 160 minor league affiliates. Among those on hand were several Elon alumni now working in professional baseball.
A group of students participating in the Winter Term program The Call of South Africa write about the effort to offset the environmental impact of international travel by planting trees at the University of Cape Town.
Campus Recreation hiring has changed to an online process on Phoenix Connect with applications opening on Monday, Jan. 29.
Assistant Professor Shaina Dabbs' Professional Sport Management class met with executives and staff members working for the Carolina Panthers, Knights and Checkers, including a trio of Elon alumni who handle ticket sales for the city’s AHL affiliate.
After graduation in May, Hannah Winchell will begin a physician assistant studies program at Chatham University, and attributes her success to the advice offered by professionals who work in the Student Professional Development Center.
During their Jan. 23 presentations in Turner Theatre, graduate students in the Interactive Media master's program shared their Winter Term “fly-in” projects and their experiences traveling to Costa Rica, Haiti, Nicaragua and the Netherlands.
Following their selection, cinema and television arts majors Patrick Wei ’20, Hunter Strauch ’18 and Katie Shannon ’18 received $15,000 to produce a 35-second film for the student competition.
Moseley Center hours of operation, Jan. 21-28, 2018