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Q&A with Coach David Gentry ’70

December 8, 2021

David Gentry '70 became the all-time winningest high school football coach in North Carolina before retiring in June.

Lifelong Connections: Marilyn Slade

December 2, 2021

Learn more about the program assistant in the Center for Race, Ethnicity and Diversity Education who has been a steadfast supporter and role model for countless students throughout the years.

Point of View: Twenty Years of War

December 2, 2021

A former U.S. Marine, Assistant Professor of Journalism Alex Luchsinger reflects on his time covering the war in Afghanistan as a reporter and the recent withdrawal of American troops from the country.

A Lifetime of Service

December 2, 2021

The Elon community remembers the life and legacy of Jo Watts Williams ’55, who dedicated 75 years to the university she loved.

Postcards from Tokyo

December 2, 2021

Elon faculty, staff, students and alumni reflect on their time at the long-delayed 2020 Olympic Games.

Bringing Power to the People of Haiti

December 1, 2021

A senior analog designer at Nebula Microsystems, Jake Smith ’18 used his free time to design a portable solar battery that’s changing life in Haiti. He’s just getting started.
Alex Sobel '21 balances on the connected dock system built by the Senior Engineering Design Capstone class and launched in the pond behind the Schar Center on Tuesday, May 11. Engineering students will use the dock system to access constructed floating wetlands modules.

Learn: Making a splash

August 16, 2021

The Elon Engineering Capstone Project Program is setting the stage for years of exploration into water quality monitoring, restoration and projects that advance water research.