Yesterday on Lebanon Ave., "Simply Oak" boutique opened its doors to the public for the first time.
Spins, tricks, dances and polesâthese are all elements of one Elon studentâs new favorite workout and body confidence activity. Senior Stephanie Bedard found her own form of female empowerment when, last fall, she took the initiative to finally do something she had considered doing for yearsâtaking ...
Watching her great aunt struggle to grip the breaks on her walker, Elon University senior Beth Lester decided to create a design that would enhance the accessibility of this mobility aid. Lester witnessed her great aunt’s loss of mobility from multiple sclerosis and her feelings of frustration with being dependent on a faulty device.
On Jan. 21, the vacant storefront on W. Lebanon Ave. — previous home to Mynt Boutique — will open its doors to a new boutique run by Elon University graduate, Melissa Deaton '13. Deaton graduated with double major in accounting and finance and since then has been working in the Phoenix card office, where she is now the business coordinator.
This winter, Elon University’s department of performing arts “You Can’t Take it With You” explores what it means to be an individual in a world that urges us to conform.
Many college students, especially during their first-year, have a hard time finding time to complete their assignments on time—nevertheless, cook their own meals.
There is a place on campus where students can learn about gardening, grow their own vegetables, fruits, and plants, and take these home. This place is Elon’s Community Garden. The Garden is located at 410 E.
From over fifty countries, international students contribute to the diversity and global engagement fostered by Elon University. While they each bring different traditions and cultures to campus, they all have at least one interest in common: food.
A small bumper sticker of a mason jar pinned on a bulletin board above the desk of Felicia Campa ‘16, reads “First we eat, then we do everything.” Campa, the Campus Kitchen Coodinator at Elon University (CKEU), said she believes the quote by M.F.K Fischer captures her commitment to addressing the issue of hunger in Alamance County.
Moroccan chicken kebabs, couscous, lentil salad and vegetable tagine were items on the menu in Lakeside’s International station last Thursday, but the students who ate them weren’t the normal hungry college bunch.
Every Thursday from April to mid-November, the lawn next to Elon Community Church is filled with a vibrant variety of fresh produce, meats, cheese, pastries and flowers.
With long strides and a determination to succeed, Katie O’Dunne Kilpatrick bolted through the grassy fields of North Carolina during her first cross country race at Elon University in 2008. Her positive attitude and passion for running propelled her onward, but the more distance she covered, the more she felt an excruciating pain develop in her foot.
Only minutes from Elon’s campus, Prego’s Trattoria offers traditional Italian fare at prices fit for college students wanting a step above dining hall cuisine. Opened 11 years ago by Ecuadorian native, Vincento Hernandez, the restaurant is situated right across the street from Harris Teeter at 2740 South Church Street.
Josh Garrett was raised on listening to music on vinyl. At home his father would also have a record on, playing classic rock from the 50s and 60s. “When I got older and settled down and got my own home, he passed me all his old records and it led me to seek out my own,” Garrett said.
Calling all Elon New York and New Jersey area transplants: there exists a deli down the street that might just remind you of home.
Last September, sophomore Fletcher Rowe was just starting at Elon University, eager to begin his college life and explore a new campus of endless opportunity.
While on set for the Showtime television show “The Affair,” senior Nicole Bloom ate more potatoes than she had in her entire life.
“Laugh Tracks” is the fruition of senior Alexis Williams’ vision for a new live sketch-comedy show on Elon Student Television (ESTV). “I have always just been a huge comedy nerd,” Williams said.
New year, new and different Fall Dance Concert.
A framed picture of five Elon University students in familiar maroon caps and gowns sits at the payment counter at Mixed Rice, a restaurant wedged between NC Jelly Donuts and Painted Grape: Craft & Paint studio in Stans Plaza on South Church Street, Burlington. One of the students in the picture, Meredith Carey ’15, said she and her roommates gifted the frame to the restaurant to thank them for the sense of home they provided at every visit.