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.
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.
Former students shared insights on how to make the most of your Elon experience and tips on adjustment to post-college life.
Longmire-Avital, Madzima and alumna co-author article in Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal
Associate Professor of Psychology Buffie Longmire-Avital, Assistant Professor of Exercise Science Takudzwa "Titch" Madzima and Elyse Bierut '16 examined the rates of engagement in high-calorie burning activities of black and white American collegiate females.
More than 35 Music Theatre alumni starring on Broadway and national tour stages this fall and winter
Be sure to catch Elon alumni in some of your favorite musicals, such as “Dear Evan Hansen,” “Mean Girls,” “Hamilton,” “Wicked,” and “Book of Mormon;” and in new shows like “The Prom,” “Choir Boy,” “Ain’t Too Proud,” and “Head Over Heels.”
The Charlotte Alumni Chapter hosted more than 85 guests at its annual tailgate prior to the Carolina Panthers game
The Atlantic Records executive was lauded for his “entrepreneurial passion and pursuit” at a Nov. 2 luncheon held during Elon University’s Homecoming weekend.
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.
Elon’s student news organization won several organizational and individual honors at a national college media conference held in Louisville, Kentucky.
Four members of the Elon community were honored at a Nov. 3 ceremony for their advocacy work on behalf of LGBTQIA issues on campus and beyond
The Elon Black Alumni Network presented awards Nov. 3 to five members of the Elon community as part of its Homecoming festivities
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.
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.
Elon’s multi-faith community gathered Nov. 2 in the Sacred Space to stand against hate and show their support for the Jewish community.
Five alumni were honored during a Nov. 2 awards ceremony that kicked off the Homecoming festivities.
The NYC alumni chapter gathered a group of alumni to volunteer at KEEN NY
Nominations for Elon's Top 10 Under 10 Awards will close on Sunday, Nov. 4. Make sure to submit your nomination today.
Reporter David Menconi sat down with Fergie L. Philippe '17 as he prepares to perform in the Broadway hit at the Durham Performing Arts Center next month.
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.
The freelance photojournalist based in Washington, D.C., presented a lecture in a class offered by The Institute of Politics at the Harvard Kennedy School.
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.
The app, available for Apple or Android, offers up-to-date schedules, a campus map with zoom capabilities, information about on-campus resources, on- and off-campus dining locations and hours, driving directions, social media and more.
Elon alumni young and old will return to campus Nov. 2-4 for a homecoming celebration that will include music, sports, awards and fellowship.
The program has seen continued growth and success in recent years, with Elon named as a top producer of Peace Corps volunteers by the service organization earlier this year. A fall kick-off celebration for the program will be held on Oct. 30.
The gathering for Elon alumni, parents and friends at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts shared in the announcement that Haya Ajjan has been selected as the first Sheldon and Christine Gordon Professor in Entrepreneurship.
Trey Caldwell G’18 collaborated with Gardy Swengbe G’18 and Assistant Professor Doug Kass on separate video projects and both were screened at the metro Atlanta festival in October.
The Elon alumnus and documentary filmmaker was honored on Oct. 18 during the screenings of two documentaries he helped create.
As the number of applicants for the program has nearly tripled since 2013, the acceptance rate has decreased to less than 2 percent.
The Elon community gathered Oct. 19 to commemorate and reflect on the inauguration of Connie Ledoux Book as Elon’s ninth president.
The focal point during a celebration lasting through Oct. 20, Thursday's inauguration ceremony in Schar Center drew thousands to mark this significant milestone in the university’s 129-year history.
Alumni, representing every decade of Elon graduates dating back to the 1930s, participated in the inauguration ceremony held for President Connie Ledoux Book.
Visiting alumni and higher education delegates spent Thursday morning exploring the campus and learning about Elon’s history before celebrating the inauguration of President Connie Ledoux Book.
The gifts from Don Chaplin and Andy Hunt, of Burlington, North Carolina, were inspired by Elon’s commitment to building an inclusive and welcoming campus community.
The campus community gathered Tuesday for a special College Coffee on Phi Beta Kappa Plaza and to support a fundraiser for Elon programs. For each gift made in honor of President Book's inauguration, a book will be donated to Alamance-Burlington public schools.
JJ Niemann ’17, currently a swing in the Broadway production of the Tony Award-winning musical, is being featured in a solo spread advertisement for “The Book of Mormon,” appearing in The New York Times.
Nominations are being accepted through Nov. 4 for the annual awards sponsored by the Young Alumni Council that honor deserving alumni who have graduated within the past decade.
Elon alumnae Alexis de Groot ’17 and Sydney Brown ’18 partnered with faculty members Tony Weaver and Eric Hall to conduct a qualitative study and collect in-depth information on the perception of social support provided to student-athletes rehabilitating injuries.
As part of the 2018 Coca-Cola and Regal Films student film competition, an Elon team received $15,000 to produce a 35-second film highlighting the moviegoing experience.
A look ahead at the events surrounding the Oct. 18 inauguration of Connie Ledoux Book as Elon's ninth president.
The Lambda-Lambda Alumni Association of Kappa Sigma is making commemorative fraternity house sketches available in honor of its 45th reunion.
The Washington D.C. chapter partnered with David Magida '10, founder of Elevate Interval Fitness, to host a group class for alumni.
The William E. Gortney Distinguished Alumnus Award is presented each year by Elon's Kappa Sigma chapter to a graduate who has brought honor to the fraternity and distinguished himself in his career and community.
Led by newest NYC chapter board volunteer, Andrew Bronsteen '13, the network looks forward to various service projects this year
Students of French, German and Spanish present at Undergraduate Conference on Languages and Cultures
Elon hosted students and faculty from Elon and regional universities at its third annual Undergraduate Conference on Languages and Cultures on Saturday, Sept. 22.
The State Room in Boston and Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., provided dynamic backdrops for a university update with President Connie Ledoux Book.
The Strategic Planning Committee has held its first meeting, and the entire Elon community is encouraged to become involved in the intensive process. Read this note to find out how.
The Boston Alumni Chapter hosted their annual Boston Red Sox outing with over 150 alumni at Fenway Park
The NYC Alumni Chapter hosted their annual Yankees outing at the stadium's party deck
The Richmond Alumni Chapter particpated in the the sixth annual Alumni Charity Challenge benefiting central Virginia's hunger-relief organization called FeedMore
Jared Goldsmith ’18 will be playing the role of Jared Kleinman in the tour of the Tony-winning musical, set to open on Sept. 25 in Denver, Colorado.