Sylvia Munoz hadn’t encountered “space” until she first came to the United States in 1994. Back in San Jose, Costa Rica, her hometown, she lived with her family of seven in a house adjacent to all her closest friends — her cousins. At any given moment, her home was guaranteed to be full of excitement with either the noise of her sister and three brothers, her parents or her extended family members.
“I’m from Westchester, New York, my major is human services and I have minors in Spanish, theater, and poverty and social justice.” For many people this may seem like a mouthful of an introduction, but to sophomore Amy Belfer it’s the norm.
On Saturday, April 22nd, Limelight Music Group and Innovation House are hosting a music festival to promote some of Elon’s most talented student performers.
While driving around the Burlington area, it is easy to spy the handful of American chain restaurants like Panera, Dunkin Donuts and Starbucks, take your pick of Mexican cuisine at La Cocina or La Fiesta, but it is a bit tricky to find authentic Indian cuisine-- until now.
The applause sounded and then faded to a slow clap. A man in the aisle seat rose and offered his hand to the woman next to him, his eyes following the performers as their beaming smiles blinked off and their bodies sank down stage for the last time.
Last summer, sophomore Katie Mars received a call from Emily Golden— a friend and classmate— proposing the idea to start a women’s leadership organization on campus.
Every year around this time, the sidewalks and fields outside of residence halls begin to fill with blank coolers.
Senior Iris Sullivan is turning her own heartbreak and personal experiences into a series of short films. "About Paris" is meant to represent all types of relationships in an open letter to Paris, the name of the boy who was Sullivan’s inspiration and her first love.
For the Shirley Tempos, one of Elon University’s female a cappella groups, the members never imagined scoring an opportunity to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City. However, their dreams will soon become a reality Sunday, April 14 when they will perform in Total Vocal, a contemporary a cappella music concert in Midtown Manhattan, with Deke Sharon, the father of contemporary a cappella who created the event. In this performance, 14 of the 16 Shirley Tempos members will sing four songs, “The Lion Sleeps Tonight”, “Put on a Happy Face”, “Summertime” and “We Are Home”, while also enjoying arrangements from cast members of the movie Pitch Perfect. In order to receive this opportunity, president of Shirley Tempos Sabrina Campelo ’18 took the initiative.
What do Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates and Elon First-Year Jack Kane all have in common? They all started technology companies in a college dorm room. This past December, Kane was looking online for a new iPhone charger and struggled to find one that was high quality but still fit in his college student budget.
It’s been a long, cold, confusing winter, but spring is finally here and it’s time to focus on both mental and physical health.
When senior Sara Elgart first walked onto Elon’s campus, she didn’t anticipate joining sorority and fraternity life—but now, the former Sigma Kappa president has accepted a job to work for the national organization.
Elon Freshman Olivia Pierce was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer which destroys local tissue and weakens the bone. According to the American Cancer Society, it affects about 450 children and teens under the age of 20 each year.
From its signature chopped barbecue plate to its tasty chicken to its finger-licking ribs, Hursey's Bar-B-Q keeps Pavlov’s dog salivating.
Sophomore Anna Corsiglia almost didn’t go to her a cappella auditions freshman out of nerves. But today, she is arranging a version of “Greedy” by Ariana Grande as music director for the Shirley Tempos. “Over the summer I arranged a song by Panic at the Disco!
Emily DeMaioNewton has been reading books since before she was one year old. But today DeMaioNewton, now a junior at Elon University, has become the author.
Now teaching sustainable architecture at Elon University, Professor Robert Charest knew that he wanted to be an architect from the time he was young.
At 5:30 every Tuesday, excited students file into a dance studio in The Koury Gym for an hour of dance, sweat and empowerment.
With a keen passion for music, especially acoustic guitar, Eason Warren ’17 made his musical dreams a reality Friday, March 10 at 9:00 p.m.