Kenneth Brown Jr. and Lauryn Adams are two leaders on campus that are using their identity to bridge a gap among the student body.
Held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 15, the Human Library Project provided attendees the opportunity to “read” a book by chatting with the human volunteers who offer up their stories. Among the 14 different books at today’s library, stories discussed identities from different religions, races, sexual orientations and interests.
What Elon students need to know before casting their ballots on Nov. 6.
Never-before seen designs will be the main feature at this year’s Alamance Arts Fashion Show.
Friday night, Lakeside turned into a Student Made Store, where students were able to sell their handmade goods ranging from embroidered hats, knit scarves, astrological paintings, to skin care products and personalized journals.
Geshe Sangpo and Gen Norbu, two Buddhist Monks originally from Tibet, were on Elon University's campus last week through the Truitt Center’s efforts to expose Elon University students to different world cultures. Sangpo explained the important values of Buddhism, describing it as a way of mind rather than a religion. Buddhism is a lifestyle and thought process that promotes
Singer-songwriter Jon Bellion will be here in concert at Elon this weekend as a culmination of homecoming celebrations. As part of the concert, Student Union Board found a student here on campus to open for the concert to tie the Elon community even further into the concert. SUB Concert Committee Director, Colton Cadarette said Ben Warters was the perfect candidate for the event because of his determination.
Halloween is days away and there is still time for you to pull your costume together. Employees of Spirit Halloween in Burlington have been enjoying the festive chaos as people come in to pick up last-minute costumes.