The senior scramble to find post-grad employment can be cumbersome, but for four Elon seniors, their missions were clear—they had a strong desire to continue their time abroad by teaching.
Feb. 1 marks the beginning of Black History Month and this year numerous groups are working to plan events to bring Elon students, faculty and staff together to remember the month’s significance. According to Elon’s Black History Month web page, one of the main goals of the month’s activities is to promote awareness and understanding of Black experiences.
Elon Artistic Collective—a website by Elon arts students, for Elon students pursuing the arts as a career
Spins, tricks, dances and poles—these are all elements of one Elon student’s 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 years—taking pole dancing classes.
University of Maryland Professor Sarah Oates took her political expertise and dug deep into the subjects of media and politics on her latest research, which she presented at Elon on October 10.
Classes have been in session for nearly a month, and amidst the papers and projects, one Elon University club is seeking positivity.
The man who goes by Uncle Harold, who has seen downtown Burlington dwindle and re-develop for over thirty years, has recently taken on his newest business venture with Jazznmore, a bar, club and event center on Spring Street in Burlington.
Instead of gobbling down turkey and mashed potatoes this Thanksgiving, a group of Elon students spent their week-long break hiking the Inca trail as part of Elon’s newest embedded study abroad class—Adventure and Wilderness Therapy. The course is rooted in the tradition of experiential learning while studying cognitive therapy.
Nearly one-third of children in Guilford County who were eligible for childcare subsidies in 2013 did not receive it. Instead, they were left waiting. In 2015, they’re still waiting.
Or dare we say, “Straight Outta Brilliant.” We know this movie released less than a month ago, but its message is as important as ever.
All of Disney’s finest princesses have doubled as enchanting role models for young girls over the past several decades. Yet the way these royal beauties have been portrayed have left the same young girls with mixed messages; Unnaturally thin and perfectly contoured, these cartoons emulate an unattainable body.
Forget “man’s best friend” — these rescue puppies just replaced the iconic “Friends” cast in a mock-intro of the famous television series. This video depicts baby canines, rather than the original human actors, running around in inflatable pools, playing with hoses and proving that even the most basic of summer items are so, so much cuter with a puppy — or five. Hilariously enough, Chandler Bing’s character was kept in human form — because, well, why not.