Firemen stand outside of 201 S. Williamson Ave., where a fire occurred today.
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Jeffrey Pugh, professor of religious studies, laughs during a discussion with his students in one of his classes in Spence Academic Pavilion on May 1. Photo by Oliver Fischer.
Pam Kiser, professor of human services studies listens to a student presenting her undergraduate research on April 26.
Anthony Weston, professor of philosophy, sits down at a picnic table with his students outside of the barn on Loy Farm during his Millenial Imaginations class on Wednesday April, 25. Photo by Abby Gibbs.
Gerald Gibson, assistant professor of communications listens to a student during his class, Corporate Publishing on April 30. Photo by Oliver Fischer.
Above is a graph showing the growth of both Elon faculty and student throughout the years. The graph features statistics date back to the 70s, but also shows predicted numbers until 2035.
After she attends a workshop at Harvard University in the summer, Connie Book said her biggest priority for next fall will be developing the next strategic plan.
Long-sleeved tucked, sleeves rolled and khakis ironed. Thomas Henricks checked his watch to make sure he wouldn’t be late to his first class at Elon University. After climbing to the third floor of Powell Building, he paused before entering room 302. “Here I go,” he thought.
When it comes to taking action on climate change, women are often left out of the conversation. Women’s voices and perspectives go unheard in decision-making processes and policy reforms that aim to allow the world to adapt to a changing climate, but their experiences have more to do with climate change than some think.
The Jackson 5’s song “ABC” boomed around the intramural fields as Andy Derryberry crossed the finish line as the oldest participant at the “Show Us Your Shoes!” run. The 5K hosted on April 29, was in support of Molly Offstein, a cross country runner who during her freshman year at Elon University was hit by car while on a run last spring.
Andy Derryberry from Nashville, Tennessee drove almost 500 miles to participate in Elon's first 'Show Us Your Shoes' hosted on April 29, to show his support for Molly Offstein, a cross country runner who was hit by a car last spring. Photo by Oliver Fischer.
Almost 115 people participated in the first 'Show Us Your Shoes Run' hosted to show support for Molly Offstein, who was hit by a car last Spring April 29. Photo by Oliver Fischer.
Saturday, April 28, marked six months since junior engineering major Breslin Wiley passed away. Club baseball honored him by winning its game, retiring his jersey and planting a tree in memory of him.
Club Baseball holds a ceremony to retire fallen teammate Breslin Wiley's number before a game against UNC on April 28.
Elon offensive lineman Ikenna Nwokeji just became the 12th Phoenix to sign a contract to the NFL when he signed on with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Saturday, April 28.