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Out of the park 

August 21, 2019

How Elon’s baseball program is developing talented players who are playing in the minor and major leagues.

From the archives: Penned history

August 13, 2019

Letters from Ida Diehl, who served as Elon’s dean of women during the early 1930s, paint a picture of college life and the financial crisis during the Great Depression.

I Am Elon with Jacob Hayward ’22

August 13, 2019

The double major in policy studies and sociology serves as the president of Elon Mock Trial, a mentor to local high school students and an avid researcher.

Scientific wizardry

August 13, 2019

Associate Professor of Physics Kyle Altmann used real-life science and technology to recreate a magical artifact from the “Harry Potter” series.

Redesigning an industry 

August 13, 2019

Jay Reno ’10 is changing the way people decorate their homes with a fresh, sustainable approach to the furniture business.

Data-driven decisions

August 13, 2019

How data collection is affecting our decision-making in today’s technology saturated environment.

Going places

August 12, 2019

Like generations of Elon graduates before them, members of the Class of 2019 are already making their mark in exciting careers.

A second chance at life

May 14, 2019

How a decision to become a stem cell donor impacted the lives of Ryan Corning ’18 and a complete stranger.