Local Elon businesses are decking their windowsills with lights, tinsel and holiday puns all with the hopes of winning the best window display.
Friday night, Lakeside turned into a Student Made Store, where students were able to sell their handmade goods ranging from embroidered hats, knit scarves, astrological paintings, to skin care products and personalized journals.
Even before Thanksgiving break began, the residence halls at Elon University were decked with Christmas decorations. Previously, cobwebs, spiders and pumpkins were the main source of ornamentation, but as early as Nov. 1, these scary adornments were replaced by cheerful bows, stockings, snowflakes and garland.
With recipes for every autumnal occasion, the slow cooker series has you covered for cold-weather comfort food that is easy to make.
For Tony Weaver ’16, as long as you’re pursuing your personal truth, you’re never too weird. You’re just weird enough.
Darron Stover bounced around McKinnon Hall earlier this semester, gong and microphone in hand, searching for anyone who was excited to be awake early on a Saturday morning.
As she trained for the Olympics, Elon University sophomore Whitney Miller sustained a concussion that changed the track of her athletic dreams forever. The concussion that shattered her hopes of qualifying for the 2014 Winter Olympics came after she fell head first on the ice. She was dropped by her partner in a fluke accident during a run-through for their program, and she suffered a traumatic brain injury.
The empty building on the corner of Williamson Avenue, across from the McEwen building and next to Eleonore’s Hair Design will soon no longer be lacking business. Cynthia Huffines & Associates, an up-and-coming interior design company, is moving in and expected to open their doors on Nov. 29.
Sophomore Isabel Blanco smiles as she talks, her bubbly laugh filling the crowded common room. The center of attention, Blanco perches on a beanbag with a friend. The Resident Assistant (RA) of the hall begins to speak, outlining health and safety inspection rules.
Maybe you've seen pictures of her latest workout routine or what she had for breakfast on Instagram under the handle @healthy_happy_hannah; or perhaps you've heard her talking about eating disorder recovery on her new YouTube channel. But this year, senior Hannah Durbin has a new initiative: Project Heal Elon.
When the Class of 1967 graduated from Elon 50 years ago, Elon was still a college, the mascot was a Fighting Christian and Doctor J. Early Danieley was the president. Sandy Bergman Inman, a class of 1967 graduate, had not been back to Elon since her 10th reunion in 1977. Inman said when she stepped on campus for the first time in 40 years, she "could not believe how much it had changed."
The production process of a dance concert mirrors the structure of a spider web. The center is the concept of the show. Each strand attached is a different contributing part — from the director to the dancers, choreographers, crew and costume designers. As the performance approaches, the different strands begin to connect.
Under a mist of rain and the bright lights of Rhodes Stadium, Gabby Vance and Alonzo Cee were crowned Elon’s 2017 homecoming royalty during halftime at the Elon vs. Towson game last weekend.
Geshe Sangpo and Gen Norbu, two Buddhist Monks originally from Tibet, were on Elon University's campus last week through the Truitt Center’s efforts to expose Elon University students to different world cultures. Sangpo explained the important values of Buddhism, describing it as a way of mind rather than a religion. Buddhism is a lifestyle and thought process that promotes
Jon Bellion headlined the Homecoming weekend annual concert tonight in a technicolor performance. The rain held off for the duration of Bellion's performance, almost all the vendors organized by the Student Union Board (SUB) and SGA stepped out because of the rainy weather.
Singer-songwriter Jon Bellion will be here in concert at Elon this weekend as a culmination of homecoming celebrations. As part of the concert, Student Union Board found a student here on campus to open for the concert to tie the Elon community even further into the concert. SUB Concert Committee Director, Colton Cadarette said Ben Warters was the perfect candidate for the event because of his determination.
"Hello, Dolly!" tells the adventures of mischievous meddler Dolly Levi as she travels to Yonkers, New York, for the matchmaking scheme of a lifetime. The department of performing arts' presents this turn of the century pick-me-up performance in a celebration of life's every moment. Elon University brings the musical to the McCrary Theatre stage this year — the year it returns to Broadway — in a larger-than-life show emphasized by outbursts of mad giggles, blundering gentlemen and grandiose verbosity. The show's stars are portrayed by musical theater students who use their own experiences and strengths to give "Hello, Dolly!" its timeless, giddy essence.
Gabby, whose last name has been excluded to protect her identity, remembers an incident two years ago as “the most aggressive form of sexual assault” she had ever faced; but earlier this month, when the #MeToo campaign resurfaced on social media to support survivors of sexual assault, the thing that hit Gabby the most was: “I don’t have one story, I have multiple.”