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The art of love

February 7, 2011

Love in the performing arts
When it comes to the performing arts, the exploration of love provides ample material for plays, musicals and dance.

The law of love

February 7, 2011

While the lack of love typically takes center stage in divorce courts, a law in North Carolina allows spouses to take legal action if they feel someone has wrongfully alienated their husband’s or wife’s love.

In her own words: The ghost of New Year’s past

December 31, 2010

Editor’s Note: @ Elon editor Keren Rivas is a native of Peru. In this column, she reflects on the different New Year’s traditions she observed growing up on the other side of the equator.

Holiday recipes and memories

December 7, 2010

A couple of weeks ago, @Elon asked you to share your favorite holiday recipes and holiday memories. From funny stories involving siblings and friends to how to make "Goat Balls," here's what you told us.

In his own words: How I can change the world

October 22, 2010

Editor’s Note: Website manager David Morton is an associate pastor for Welcome Baptist Church in Hillsborough, N.C. He visited earthquake-ravaged Haiti recently as part of a mission trip. He shared his thoughts on his experiences with @Elon in this special feature.

Elon professor introduces students to the ‘Heart of the Maya’

September 8, 2010

Deep within the Petén Forest, which extends from the eastern Chiapas in Mexico through northern Guatemala and into northwestern Belize, are the ruins of the once powerful Maya. And though the pre-Columbian civilization collapsed centuries ago, the site of Dos Hombres, in Belize, still holds many secrets waiting to be unearthed by archaeologists, anthropologists and researchers, including Elon professor Rissa Trachman and her students.