Maura “Jazz” Harris is a freshman Odyssey scholar from Charlotte, N.C. When beginning her college search, an inclusive community was just as important as finding the right fit for her major. “I didn’t really ever have to come out to my family, just because they’re very accepting and my sister is bi as well,” Harris said.
On Friday, April 21st, the Elon Chapter of Colleges Against Cancer held their annual Relay for Life event in the Danieley Phoenix Activities and Recreation Center (PARC). Relay for Life is a student-led fundraisers where students form teams that compete to raise the most money for the American Cancer Society (ACS). The event began at 6 p.m.
A thirty minute rain delay did not discourage the Elon baseball team as they took an early lead against James Madison on Friday for the Alumni Weekend series opener.
Lizzie Markson '16's story of success is not without connection to her mentors, focused work ethic and an early pursued passion. This spring, just a week after graduation, Markson landed the role of Sophie in the farewell tour of "MAMMA MIA!" — a role that would take her career to new heights.
While most students work all four years at Elon to get one step closer to their career, John Lopez found himself at his dream job before graduation. “I flew down to Miami for a job fair.
Therese Huston, writer and Faculty Development Consultant at Seattle University, visited Elon this evening in hopes to acknowledge the bias in gender based decision making.
Jana Lynn Patterson, dean of Student Health and Wellness at Elon University, sent an email Sept. 27 regarding the semi-annual flu shot clinics that are being offered through October and November.