The dog rescue festival, Woofstock brought hundreds of people to Burlington City Park Saturday.
Associate Professor of Dance, Lynne Kurdziel-Formato, works professionally alongside her position at Elon University, and has been for many years. But this summer, Kurdziel-Formato brought her skill set and experience to yet another level when she journeyed back over the Atlantic to the Fredericia Theatre ...
DeeDee Filiatreault has spent her career “writing words for other people,” but with the publishing of her first book of essays, the spotlight is on her. Filiatreault graduated Elon in 1993 after serving as the Editor in Chief of The Pendulum. At the time the organization consisted of a few students and a wax machine. “When I became editor, everyone took a step back and I was the one standing there,” Filiatreault said.
Despite the 45 degree weather, Kim Schifino, drummer of Matt and Kim, joked she would have every guys shirt off by the end of the night.
Sarah Luther is the only junior in Art 380: Professional Practices, but that didn’t stop her from claiming third place in this year’s Student Juried Art Exhibition (SJE). The exhibition hosted its opening reception on October 27 and runs through December 8 in the Isabella Cannon Room, Center for the Arts.
October has blown past, and the season of autumn has arrived. The time has come for pumpkins, cider and the changing of leaves. On Friday, the Garden Club hosted its annual pumpkin festival, bringing many of Elon’s students together. Everyone enjoyed the festivities, whether it was pumpkin carving, decorating cookies, or playing composting games.
Who would have thought that on a Thursday night Simple Thai would be exceptionally crowded? Well it was, and that in itself speaks for itself.
Similarly to the Black Lives Matters movement emerging throughout the United States today, Elon Univerisity’s Deparment of Performing Arts will explore racial tensions and injustices in the production of the musical “Parade.”
Over the span of nine days, 37 Elon University students were running around with cameras, props and actors, spending around 13 hours a day filming “Providence,” a short film written and directed by senior Kenner Clark. Taking place in a rural college town in North Carolina, “Providence” follows four characters that become entangled in a crime of passion and how a deteriorating relationship reaches its breaking point in 36 hours.
When Elon first-year Jess Avellino was a child, she was “obsessed” with Willy Wonka. Now she's a published screenwriter--her musical "Black Heart" was performed in Scotland this past summer.
Elon was founded by a religious movement known as the “Christian Connection,” and while the university has long since traded the “Fighting Christian” mascot for the Phoenix and become unaffliliated with any particular denomination, the strong sense of spirituality remains.
Through their partnership with Crossroads, an Elon class is helping to educate the Burlington community on important issues through film. Crossroads is a sexual assault response and resource center and child advocacy center that was established 40 years ago. With offices only minutes away from campus, Crossroads provides a 24/7 crisis hotline as well as trained advocates for victims of sexual assault. “That’s where we provide really valuable services,” said Julie Budd, volunteer and outreach coordinator for the center.
After a day of filled with lecturing, attending meetings and meeting with students, some professors — just like students — go back to their residential neighborhood and wind down in what they consider their home.
An eclectic group of Nashville musicians will be playing music ranging from Elvis Presley and beyond to the Black Eyed Peas Oct.
Many of us view making a mistake as just that—a mistake. But Elon junior Maddy Gross sees it as an opportunity.
"When life gives you bikes...ride them," and that is what Elon seniors, Amanda Steinman and Nick Suarez, plan to do.
The Brooklyn indie duo Matt and Kim were announced as the Student Union Board's (SUB) headlining event for their Fall Event series on Nov.
Dancing in The Landscape Family Weekend welcomes those of all ages and from all across the country into the Elon community.
This week, the Elon community will have a chance to see “an amazing play that most Americans have never heard of,” according to Kevin Otos, the director of Memorandum—a play by Václav Havel and this year’s fall production. Many people know Havel, the native of Czechoslovakia, as a politician. He was largely opposed to the communist domination in Czechoslovakia.
Throughout the week, students have been stretching on stairs and doing pirouettes on the sidewalks of Global Neighborhood. Turing the heads of onlookers, they've actually gotten a sneak peek of "Dancing in the Landscape," a performing arts production that will utilize the sites of campus on Oct. 1 at noon in Love Terrance.