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Danieley Center Neighborhood shares winter 2023 update
January 2, 2023
Embracing a culture of assessment, the Danieley Neighborhood shares lessons learned and how it will do things differently moving forward.
Danieley Neighborhood welcomes residents with ‘WhoDANit?’ program
August 18, 2022
Danieley Neighborhood is implementing a creative "heist" to introduce residents to key neighborhood staff during the first week of classes. Help them find out what happened to the beloved Danieley mascot, Tusky the elephant.
New theme, programs come to the Danieley Neighborhood
July 22, 2022
With fond reflections of the past, and with collaborative re-imaginations of the future, the Danieley Neighborhood excitedly announces its new theme for the year ahead.
Kirsten Carrier named assistant dean of campus life and director of residence life
July 15, 2022
The senior residence life administrator from Pitzer College began her new role at Elon on July 15.
Residence Life to host Winter Term trivia Jan. 20
January 13, 2021
Students can compete for prizes while answering questions about the Winter Term theme and other topics.
Residential neighborhoods team up to host winter term trivia
January 15, 2020
Groups of students competed in a Winter Term-themed trivia game for prizes.
Oaks, Danieley Center and Colonnades neighborhoods to host Winter Term trivia Jan. 8
January 6, 2020
Teams will compete for prizes at 8 p.m. in the Oak House.
Danieley Neighborhood takes the train to Durham
October 9, 2019
In the second neighborhood “Immersion Excursion” of the year, a group of Danieley Center students and Faculty Director Matthew Buckmaster took the train from Burlington to Durham on Oct. 5.
How much is a free meal worth to you? Diners keep First Amendment on their minds during lunch
September 28, 2018
Elon University hosted the First Amendment Free Food Festival Sept. 26, which visualized Americans' rights in a fun way.
Elon to host First Amendment Free Food Festival Sept. 26
September 18, 2018
At noon in the Snow Family Grand Atrium in Schar Hall, people will be able to eat for free ... if they sign away their First Amendment rights.