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Elon’s German Studies Program hosts N.C. German Day
March 27, 2023
Nearly 300 middle school and high school students and teachers from around North Carolina met at Elon for their first in-person annual N.C. German Day celebration since the pandemic
Mina Garcia presents at an international conference in Puerto Rico
March 21, 2023
Garcia, professor of Spanish in the World Languages and Cultures Department, presented about Safe Spaces for Women at annual Colloquium of the Renaissance Society of America.
Alumni in Action: A ‘peak’ into Carrie Hartsfield MacLean’s ’16 life in Patagonia
February 8, 2023
Elon alumni rise to the challenge every day in many ways, but MacLean is reaching new heights, quite literally with her travel agency, Venture Patagonia, based in Puerto Natales, Chile that prides itself on cultural immersion and life-changing experiences.
Alumni in Action: Vaughn Vreeland ’15 is cooking his way to the top
January 4, 2023
Vreeland is the supervising producer for New York Times Cooking and is making a name for himself being featured multiple times on "Good Morning America," writing recipes and filming content in his supervisory role with The New York Times, and even making the 2023 Forbes 30 Under 30 list for media.
Spanish faculty present at international conference
December 19, 2022
The AGSS Conference, "Feminist Futurities: Making People Think and Imagine in Times of Crisis," was held on Dec. 5-7.
Mark Berlin ’13 works to inform policy and responses to militant international groups
December 7, 2022
Berlin is completing his doctoral thesis in political science at George Washington University using Arabic language skills begun at Elon to interpret primary source documents by violent extremist groups and affiliates.
Gatti publishes chapter for companion guide to the medieval abbey of Quedlinburg
December 6, 2022
Evan A. Gatti published a book chapter, co-authored with Eliza Garrison, that examines the transhistorical contexts for the reliquary casket of St. Servatius.
Evan Gatti publishes article on the role of portraiture and medieval bishops
December 5, 2022
Gatti publishes article on the significance of three portraits depicting the German Bishop Sigebert of Minden (1022-1036) in Gesta: The Journal for the International Center for Medieval Art.
The Sigma Delta Pi Hispanic Honor Society recognizes 10 students
November 11, 2022
The Sigma Delta Pi Honor Society recognizes students that excel in the study of the language, literature and culture of the Spanish-speaking world.
Elon hosts interactive presentation on Día de los Muertos
November 7, 2022
Over 200 Spanish students from Elon and 51 eighth graders from Western Middle School attended an interactive presentation about Day of the Dead – Día de los Muertos – in Carlton Commons.