Dalton Cox

Recent Articles

SGA Senate Recap: Nov. 18

9/20/14 4:12pm

At Thursday’s SGA Senate meeting, Executive President Joseph Incorvia recapped his conference call with the White House the previous evening, in which 800 student leaders were informed of President Barack Obama’s “It’s On US” campaign, aimed to stop sexual assault on college campuses. “What I was able to take away from the call was mostly that we should be really proud that we go to Elon University,” Incorvia said.

Nigeria's intolerance of homosexuality disturbs human rights activists

2/12/14 4:22pm

DUBLIN- Nigeria’s recently passed anti-gay laws are not something one would expect to encounter outside areas of major media coverage, nor would Dublin be the place one would expect to encounter coverage of this legislation. Founded in 2000, Metro Eireann is Ireland’s leading multicultural newspaper, catering mainly to the diverse population of Dublin.

Elon’s 'Instant Laughter' improv show is a Homecoming hit

11/12/13 1:18am

Nothing has the potential to bridge the generational gap between students, alumni, faculty and community members like a good laugh. On Friday and Saturday of Elon University’s homecoming weekend, the Department of Performing Arts presented its third annual evening of improvisation, titled “Instant Laughter,” in Yeager Recital Hall.

French musician to harmonize many disciplines across Elon campus

10/26/13 11:42am

Several diverse academic departments at Elon University are bringing their resources together to bring a multifaceted, self-made and award-winning musician to campus. Dutch-born singer and songwriter Marcel Van Dam will perform a concert of his originally composed French music at 7:30 p.m.

Elon Performing Arts Department presents 'The Children’s Hour' for a contemporary audience

10/10/13 12:38pm

Elon University’s Department of Performing Arts’ production of Lillian Hellman’s “The Children’s Hour” concluded its performance with an additional quote from the playwright. “It is not a play about lesbians,” said Kirby Wahl, associate professor of performing arts and director of “The Children’s Hour,” quoting Hellman. “The Children’s Hour” was presented Oct.

Visions Magazine publishes student insights on the environment

9/10/13 4:30pm

Visions Magazine begins every issue with a dedication to the Earth and a hopeful message for an environmentally peaceful world. The magazine is Elon University’s non-partisan, peer-reviewed publication, which collates a diverse selection of student pieces concerning the environment.

Turner Rouse '12 tours with 'American Idiot' musical

9/2/13 4:38pm

Turner Rouse, Jr., a 2012 Elon graduate and music theater major, hated going to dance classes. Now Rouse is a part of the international touring production of “American Idiot,” a Tony Award-winning musical based on the popular Green Day album.

Renegade Productions: Filling the void for theatrical experimentation

8/30/13 10:31am

Renegade Productions, an up-and-coming organization at Elon University, is a student-managed platform that offers an outlet for undergraduates to produce, design and perform any variety of performance pieces. The organization began with provisional status from the Student Government Association in 2011, when Class of 2013 Elon alumnus and BFA Acting major Logan Sutton recognized the need for a means by which students could develop independently sourced theatrical material. “Before my time at Elon, Renegade Productions existed but only as a name that was haphazardly tagged onto non-departmental, student-led productions,” Sutton said.

Departments of Music, Performing Arts look to engage students

8/27/13 4:02pm

Boasting one of the Princeton Review’s Top 15 college theater programs, Elon University has scheduled its fall cultural calendar, which offers numerous events within the fields of music and the performing arts. Within the Department of Music, there are more than 80 planned performances featuring faculty, guest artists and 16 different student ensembles.