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Next president faces extraordinary challenges, Gergen says

April 30, 2008

Former presidential adviser and national political commentator David Gergen said the next presidency "is going to be the toughest we've seen in a long time," and said the three remaining candidates for the Oval Office all bring unique strengths to the race. Gergen's comments came April 29 during a breakfast to benefit the scholarship program at Elon University School of Law. Details...

Alumni and students connect at City Fair

April 29, 2008

About 100 students and 25 alumni gathered on Young Commons on Saturday, April 26, for City Fair, an event that gave students a chance to find out more about living in various cities after graduation. Read more...

Elon community reacts to Clinton’s visit

April 25, 2008

Elon students, faculty and staff began gathering early Wednesday afternoon to await the arrival of former President Bill Clinton. While some wore stickers supporting Hillary Clinton and others carried signs for Barack Obama, many said they were looking forward to gathering more information before deciding how to cast their vote.

Bill Clinton barnstorms for Hillary at Elon

April 25, 2008

Former President Bill Clinton, who visited Elon University on Wednesday to campaign for his wife, called Sen. Hillary Clinton the “change maker” the nation needs and shared with thousands of onlookers her proposed solutions to current economic woes.

School of Business honors students & faculty

April 21, 2008

The best and brightest of the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business were honored April 17 in an awards ceremony that highlighted the achievements of both students and faculty.

Elon senior wins prominent fellowship for psychology

April 17, 2008

The American Psychological Association has awarded a prestigious fellowship to Jessica "Jessi" Young, an Elon University senior preparing to attend graduate school for her doctoral degree in counseling psychology.