Belk Library will receive a $5 million upgrade following a gift from two Elon parents. The addition will consolidate the offices of academic advising, tutoring, and disability services into one building. The expansion will take the form of a two-story, 11,000-square-foot annex on the east side of the ...
Aside from the conferring of almost 1,400 degrees, Elon University's 127th Commencement ceremony yesterday saw two speeches partially spoken in Spanish, a New York Giants ballon strapped to a tassel, and a successful marriage proposal. It was anything but conventional. Headlined ...
In a Facebook post on Thursday, Molly Offstein's father shared an update on the health of his daughter, a freshman member of the Elon women's cross country team who was injured after being hit by a car in March. "Molly remains in a vegetative state," said Offstein's father Evan in the post.
Former custodian sues Elon University, cites discrimination, fabricated sexual harassment accusation5/21/17 6:58pm
For the second time this year, Elon University is being sued by a former employee. According to The Times-News, Teofilo Matias, a naturalized U.S.
Traditions have long been a staple of the culture at Elon University — among them is the annual Commencement “Under the Oaks.” But despite its long history, commencement will no longer be held “Under the Oaks.” According to Executive Director of Cultural and Special Programs Jeff Clark, commencement will be located on Scott Plaza for the foreseeable future.
Walking down the aisle at Elon University’s 127th Commencement will be senior Haley Longbottom, a member of the first class of Communication Design majors since the program was created in 2014.
Maity Interiano ’07 said it will be an “emotional and special full-circle moment” to return with her family to Elon University’s campus as the Commencement speaker at Elon University’s 127th Commencement ceremony.
The story’s been told dozens of times, from meetings to presentations and speeches, and now, with special circumstances, it’s being told one last time. Smith Jackson and his wife, Rene, were driving along Interstate 40 with their sons on a spring-break trip to Washington, D.C. Rene was reading the Chronicle of Higher Education when she saw a job listing for Dean of Students at Elon College.
Elon University President Leo Lambert knew when he announced he’d step down this year, he would embark on a journey of doing everything for the last time. During this year’s commencement, he’ll most likely be addressing the community for a final time as President. But while he said it will be an emotional day for him, he doesn’t want the attention.
SGA Class of 2017 President Kelsea Johnson will be speaking at Commencement on May 20, 2017. Johnson said, “I think this previous term was extremely successful. We had a lot of forward movement as an organization.”
It's outgrown the church walls and has moved to Exit 140 on I-40 in Alamance County. The Burlington Revival is back for a second year, and the organizers say they expect it to be bigger than ever. Last year, New Hope Baptist Church in Burlington held a scheduled revival that was supposed to last 5 days.
Elon Sophomore Noah Roger was arrested on Thursday for felony possession of marijuana with intent to manufacture, sell, or deliver and felony keeping or maintaining a controlled substance for use, storage, or sale.
Elon University Sophomore Jordan Diamond was arrested on Friday, April 28 for felony possession of a schedule 1 controlled substance with intent to manufacture, sell, or deliver.
Some students of color at Elon wore all black on Wednesday following a week of racial tension on campus.
Lauren Bush Lauren, founder and chief executive officer of FEED Projects, was the keynote speaker for Elon University’s “Women at Elon: Moving Philanthropy Forward” event on Thursday, May 4 in the Whitley Auditorium. Lauren began by asking everyone in the audience to close their eyes and imagine the last time they were hungry.
Holocaust survivor and Professor Emeritus of Cleveland State University, Zev Harel gave a speech titled “Holocaust Remembrance” in the LaRose Digital Theatre at Elon University on May 3.
When students return to Elon University in the fall, there will be a new way to find a ride to Harris Teeter. The Better Alamance Timebank — a way for students and community members alike to acquire hours that act as currency through service — will officially launch May 9.
A study published last month in the Economics of Education Review journal titled “The effects of Greek affiliation on academic performance,” quantified and analyzed the effects of fraternity and sorority affiliation on academic performance, and the results are applicable to Elon University. The study occurred at Duke University, which has a deferred recruitment policy similar to Elon’s.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) directly addresses the use of service dogs under Title III, labelled Public Accommodations.