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Muslimedia brings together local Muslims, campus community

September 13, 2019

The Sept. 11 dinner provided an opportunity for Alamance County and Elon University community members to engage in open and honest conversations regarding the portrayal of Muslims in the media, the role the Masjid plays in the community and other related topics.

School of Communications to host National Day of Reconciliation event

September 10, 2019

The nationwide initiative aims to promote communication and healing between police and people of color in the United States. The Tuesday, Sept. 17, event will include an on-campus screening of the award-winning film “Walking While Black” and a panel discussion with Alamance County community members and law enforcement leaders.

First DEEP meeting to be held Sept. 11

September 10, 2019

DEEP is the Center for Race, Ethnicity & Diversity Education’s (CREDE) signature program for social justice. We provide spaces for the Elon community to learn about, reflect on, and apply concepts of social justice with a foundation in racial equity. Together, we hope to achieve a greater understanding of identities, power, and their relation to systemic inequities.

Students launch Design for America Studio at Elon

September 10, 2019

The Studio’s first project, an accessibility mapping for visitors to the Elon campus, concluded in the spring and was approved by Design for America’s national organization in August.