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  1. Building a family legacy from the bench

    The Hon. Sarah Neely Lanier L’10 took an oath of office this week as she ascends to the same North Carolina District Court bench once occupied by her father.

  2. 2018: The Year in Photos

    Photographers of the Office of University Communications captured thousands of images from a historic year at Elon University. Read this story for a link to their annual photo gallery.

  3. Kente ceremony highlights courage & resilience

    Encouraged to “be brave for who you will become,” African-American students in Elon Law’s Class of 2018 were celebrated by family, friends, faculty and staff in a kente-donning program preceding Commencement.

  4. 'Helpful mentor and friend' honored with top Elon Law award

    The David Gergen Award for Leadership & Professionalism, bestowed each year at Elon University School of Law’s Commencement, recognizes one student in the graduating class who embodies the highest levels of selfless leadership and service.

  5. Denver Evening for Elon

    Join us for an Evening for Elon with President Connie Ledoux Book at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.

  6. Elon alumni reel in Midsouth Emmy Award nominations

    Joe Bruno ’14, Brandon Marshall ’12, Sophie Nielsen-Kolding ’12, Nick Ochsner '11 and Christine Williams '14 will be among the honorees recognized at the 33rd Midsouth Regional Emmy Awards ceremony in February.

  7. Schar Center 'rocks' for Homecoming block party

    The annual "Rock the Block" Homecoming celebration drew hundreds of alumni, students, faculty and staff for music, games, food and fun. The crowd cheered the announcement that $6.1 million was given by alumni this year as part of their reunions. 

  8. Documentary directed by Tim Johnson ’09 hosts live premiere on NowThis

    The Elon University alumnus oversaw the production of a full-length film titled “Virginia 12th,” which follows the story of Chris Hurst, a one-time news anchor who was thrust into national headlines when his girlfriend and colleague were murdered during a live news broadcast. The 64-minute documentary charts Hurst’s journey as he campaigns for political office.

  9. Communications Fellows embark on media tour in Atlanta

    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.