The university's newest alumni have left their mark on Elon through a gift of more than $24,500.
Elon Law helped support a Greensboro Bar Association springtime swearing-in ceremony for newly licensed attorneys, most of whom were December graduates of the law school’s 2.5-year program centered on learning by doing.
For a third year, international students in the graduating class planted their oak saplings on South Campus, and shared words of advice for students to come.
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Joseph Keller '19, Abbie Vandruff '20 selected to participate in Television Academy Foundation's internship program
Keller and Vandruff are among the 50 people selected nationwide for the program and will intern this summer at media and entertainment firms in southern California.
The Seattle Alumni Chapter hosted a new event for the alumni group.
The Boston Alumni Chapter hosted a group of alumni for a unique experience of a guided wine tasting and tour in South Boston
The Dallas Alumni Chapter spent the day together at Lone Star Park.
The 2019 graduate from Greensboro, N.C., began a two-year term on the Board of Trustees on June 1.
The Acting Program graduates from the Class of 2019 join scores of successful program alumni as they begin their careers in the entertainment industry.
Sixty-seven students were honored during the May 23 cultural ceremony that celebrates the achievements of black students who recognize their African heritage.
Allyson Golightly '13 received the 2019 Tressler Distinguished Teacher Award for having a significant impact on young people.
The Elon graduate and former news director of “Elon Local News” is one of 10 reporters and producers selected for NBC News’ political embed reporting class, an assignment that will run through Election Day 2020.
The journalism graduate from Elon’s School of Communications is part of a team that produces the popular ESPN daily program, “Pardon the Interruption.”
Here's a look at where some of the 2019 School of Communications graduates are headed after they graduate.
The award-winning photographer covers politics and national news and his work is regularly featured in The New York Times and other national media outlets.
Elon continues to build upon its reputation as a top producer of Fulbright award winners with members of the Class of 2019 who will be teaching in Mexico, the Czech Republic, South Korea and Malaysia through the prestigious program.
Elon strives to change students’ lives through academics and involvement, but often students also have the chance to meet lifelong friends and sometimes even their future spouse. For Katie and Reed LaPlante, this happened on their first day of college in 1999.
The Department of Performing Arts has tracked the careers of siblings who participated in the department's programs and are now pursuing their professional dreams.
The Elon MBA grad spoke on his experience working at the intersection of business and technology as part of the event sponsored by the University Innovation Fellows.
Lusk, the 2019 Student Media Board banquet speaker, helps Fortune 100 brands assess and improve their advertising strategies and reach.
Elon alumna Shelby McKay ’13, senior academic advisor at George Washington University, provided a keynote address at the May 7 awards ceremony, highlighting her professional path and the influence of Elon’s community, while also sharing words of wisdom with the soon-to-be graduates.
This summer, Elon Music Theatre majors will be performing and interning at 38 different theatres, agencies, camps (and even a zoo) in 19 states, as well as abroad in Florence, Italy.
Wallace “Wally” C. Sawyer ’64, Sandra Reid ’85 and Jeremy B. Jones ’04 received the 2019 Elon College Distinguished Alumni Awards during a May 2 ceremony.
Seven jurists from across the state, including an associate justice on the Supreme Court of North Carolina and two Elon Law alumni, visited Greensboro on April 29 to offer advice for students who attended a program hosted by the Women's Law Association.
On Monday, April 29th, a panel of Elon alumni shared their experiences in their first years of teaching with senior teaching candidates in the School of Education.
On April 20, Elon alumni came together at the Raleigh event to raise money for the fight against ALS.
The second annual Gala Latina celebrated the successes and achievements of members of Elon’s Latinx/Hispanic community.
Allison Fox ’15 creates scholarship opportunities for women who wish to study business at Elon. The generous gift targets two priorities of Elon LEADS, the largest fundraising campaign in the university’s history.
On April 17, the San Francisco alumni chapter assisted those in need through GLIDE 's Daily Free Meals Program
On April 13, the Philadelphia Alumni Chapter helped clean and restore areas of Cobbs Creek Park.
The April 11 event featured a panel of three Elon grads who shared their career experiences and professional advice with a group of Elon alumni, families and friends in the Triangle.
Nolan Elingburg, a member of the undergraduate Class of 2011 and 2012 graduate of the Master of Arts in Interactive Media program, filmed a special gender-reveal video with Williamson, a likely No. 1 NBA draft pick.
The annual awards celebrate alumni from the past decade who have achieved major professional success, serve as difference-makers in their communities and loyally support Elon.
The Elon community came together in Chicago on April 10 to celebrate the launch of the Elon LEADS Campaign, the university's historic and ambitious fundraising campaign.
Benjamin Morse ’15, Carter Speers ’17 and Matthew Gladstone ’18 were among the members of the Boston Red Sox organization to receive championship rings during the team’s 2019 home opener.
A generous gift from Richard ’87 P’17 and Laurie Johnson P’17 focus on two priorities of the Elon LEADS Campaign, the largest fundraising campaign in the university’s history.
Hightower, the first black full-time student at Elon, received the honorary degree during the university's Spring Convocation on April 4.
Raj Rawal '12 and Lea McNamara '18 partnered with dancer/choreographer Betsy Struxness on a new freestyle video set to a Billie Eilish song.
Estate gift from alumna Edna Truitt Noiles ’44 and Doug Noiles establishes 10 Odyssey Program scholarships to assist Alamance County students
This gift represents a historic investment in Alamance County students with high financial need. These scholarships are among the top priorities of the upcoming Elon LEADS Campaign, the largest fundraising campaign in the university’s history.
The children of the late Archie ’39 and Adelaide Israel have made a gift to establish a scholarship to assist students with significant financial need. These scholarships are among the top priorities of the upcoming Elon LEADS Campaign, the largest fundraising campaign in university history.
Beginning April 9, Ginna Claire Mason ‘13 will be playing the role of Glinda in the Broadway production of the musical “Wicked.”
The gift from Trustee Dr. William N.P. Herbert ’68 and his wife, Marsha, of Charlottesville, Virginia, will support key priorities of the upcoming Elon LEADS Campaign, the largest fundraising campaign in the university’s history.
The Women’s Elon in Entertainment Empire mentorship program held its first informational meeting and social gathering on March 14, bringing together female students interested in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles.
A team of sport management and business majors recently competed in the 2019 Society for American Baseball Research (SABR) case competition while also providing analytics support for the Elon Phoenix baseball team.
More than 40 members of the Elon community attended a reception with President Book in London on March 17.
Savannah Altherr '14 uses her sociology major in law school and in her work with clients.
Associate Professor of Mathematics Chad Awtrey, math major Peter Komlofske '19, and alumni Christian Reese '18 and Janae Williams '18 have published their article "On Galois p-adic fields of p-power degree" in the most recent issue of the JP Journal of Algebra, Number Theory, and Applications.
The Washington, D.C. alumni chapter hosted its annual Elon Day party with a big crowd.
Estate gift from alumna Edna Truitt Noiles ’44 and Doug Noiles establishes four additional Odyssey Program scholarships
Proceeds from the gift will fund life-changing scholarships that serve students with high financial need in Elon’s Odyssey Program. These scholarships are among the top priorities of the upcoming Elon LEADS Campaign, the largest fundraising campaign in the university’s history.