On Feb. 26, the Black History Month dance concert will take place in McCrary at 7:30 p.m. The concert features Elon students who study dance or went to Ghana over winter term. The show will exhibit West African dances, rhythms and costumes.
Ripple Conference inspires and sparks dialogue between interfaith students
Campus Rec staff closes out Love Your Body week with some music and dance.
Kellcee Batchelor, senior, organized a $5 benefit concert happening this Friday at Danieley PARC. It features seven Elon artists and will have multicultural catering. All proceeds will go to International Relief Teams, the Community Foundation for the Virgin Islands and Unidos por Puerto Rico to help those whose homes in the Caribbean were damaged by the hurricanes last fall.
Duncan’s research is focused on examining the deportation threat on Hispanic immigrant college students and examining how that threat affects their mental health and coping mechanisms.
Valentine’s Day is typically celebrated with chocolate, heart-shaped candies, and letters from loved ones. But, one group on campus is celebrating Valentine’s Day by raising awareness to sexual violence.
Though “Baby” takes place on a college campus, the storyline is not one typical of college life. This musical tells the story of three couples’ unexpected pregnancies.
Mary Morison, the assistant dean of campus life, believes that there are all kinds of people in this world, and there is something you can learn from all of them. She believes that we should look to people of different ages, backgrounds, and identities to inspire change- no one is off the table.
Every Saturday from 12 to 1 a unique group gathers in this hot yoga studio in downtown Burlington to sweat out the stress of the week. This group faces a particularly unique set of challenges and stresses through their weeks. Everyone in the room is, or is married to, a first responder.
Sumi Yu '15 plays a recurring role on NBC's new drama Rise – a role she never saw herself playing.
A strong message of self-love was shared Tuesday, Jan. 16 at the "Southern Smash" events. The message was so strong, in fact, that it literally broke weighing scales into pieces.
When faced with snowy weather and dropping temperatures, it is easier than ever to curl up inside the cozy Elon bubble, snuggle in and hibernate for the Winter. But, the chilly weather is not stopping Elon University students from bursting the bubble and trying new things outside of the classroom.
Big plans are underway for the Burlington Animal Shelter in 2018 as the shelter has been in the planning period for a massive expansion and renovation for the past few years.
Junior Lucy White remembers first selling and showcasing her abstract paintings at “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” a mother-daughter event of the Gamma Nu Chapter of Phi Mu during the Fall of 2016. It was not until a mother asked her about the price when she realized the potential her artwork had.
Leave your preconceived notions at the doorway. Taco Bao has taken everything you thought you knew about tacos, flipped it upside-down, and served it up on a warm piece of bao.
When junior Leah Vail decided to rush a sorority during Fake Break of 2016, she felt that there were two categories of girls at Elon that rush: the ones who had always dreamt of joining or the ones — like her — who were told to try it out to see how the experience was. She decided to join one, and then the journey began.
“I asked my dad, ‘Do they let girls do that job,’ and my dad said a very good thing. ‘Well you can be anything you want to be,’” said Connie Book, the next president of Elon University.
Library study spaces fill up quickly for finals week, but there are alternatives available all over campus for students who are looking for a differenet place to work.
3T’s Chicken and Shakes is fast food from 50 years ago, according to manager Travis Leonard.
Local Elon businesses are decking their windowsills with lights, tinsel and holiday puns all with the hopes of winning the best window display.