Many Elon University students will spend the Easter Holiday dusting pink Peeps’ powder off their fingers or dunking hardboiled eggs into bright blue dye.
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Jessie Hoover of Filament Coffee + Tea in Mebane was named champion of the Thursday Night Throwdown hosted by Press Coffee + Crepes in Graham on Thursday, Feb. 23.
Armored in full protective gear—gloves, throat guard, throat piece, chest pad, shield, mouth guard—10-year-old Rachel Ramirez widened her stance. Feet spread a couple inches wider than the width of her slight shoulders, heels raised, crouched low.
Fresh off the second win over a ranked opponent in program history, the Elon University women’s lacrosse team defeated Winthrop University 13-5 Wednesday night at Rudd Field, starting out its three-game homestand with a victory over the reigning Big South Conference champions.
The Elon Department of Performing Arts will be opening its production of "Cats" at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 9 in McCrary Theatre under the direction of Associate Professor of Dance Lynne Kurdziel Formato. Formato is supported in costume, makeup and design by guest designer Caitlin Graham ’11.
Chris Carter ’16, Liam Hall ’16 and Matias Breuer, Vassar University alumni ’16, are only a year out of college and already well on their way to producing their first feature film, “Here On Out”.
Yesterday on Lebanon Ave., "Simply Oak" boutique opened its doors to the public for the first time.
A walk into Alamance Storage seems like an unglamorous endeavor, but past units of old mattresses and veneered plywood panels, a unit rented by the university is home to priceless works of art. Ethan Moore, coordinator of the Elon University Art Collection, oversees the handling, codification, and organization of the art and artifacts.
This winter, Elon University’s department of performing arts “You Can’t Take it With You” explores what it means to be an individual in a world that urges us to conform.
From over fifty countries, international students contribute to the diversity and global engagement fostered by Elon University. While they each bring different traditions and cultures to campus, they all have at least one interest in common: food.
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 in Denmark.
Three times a year, the Elon University English Department offers students an exciting opportunity to listen to an influential, contemporary writer from one of three major disciplines. Be it fiction, nonfiction or poetry, Elon students are able to submit a piece of work, which is then judged by the visiting speaker. This year’s first event featured a poetry reading by Debra Nystrom at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 1 in Johnston Hall.
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.
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.”
“Elon Through the Ages: A Homecoming” is the first exhibition of its kind to be displayed in the University Archives Exhibition Area, on the second floor of Belk Library.
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.
Dancing in The Landscape Family Weekend welcomes those of all ages and from all across the country into the Elon community.
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.