Elon alumni Susan L. Hahn and Katherine Thomas are going to fly back in time and perform together in Whitley Auditorium February 16th at 7:30. Hahn graduated Elon in 2009; she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education, then she studied at the University of Louisville School of Music where she got her Master of Music in Vocal Performance.
Lucía Jervis, from Quito, Ecuador, is a style reporter for the Pendulum. She is majoring in Journalism as of now, but she is thinking on double majoring in Journalism and Strategic Communications with a minor in International Studies. When she is not in the office, she is probably listening to music, playing the guitar, singing or spending quality time with her friends.
New year, new and different Fall Dance Concert.
The Department of Performing Arts will be presenting the musical “Parade” in November. All of the Musical Theatre students, including first-year students, already auditioned and some of them got cast for the musical. The audition for “Parade” was the first-year students’ first audition.
Each year, Elon University President Leo Lambert highlights three students in his convocation speech. These three students represent a fraction of those that have done extracurricular activities and described to their peers, in front of parents and faculty.
The Sororities and Fraternities at Elon University have been preparing themselves for several months and putting their time and energy into one big event that knows how to attract a crowd: The Greek Week dance competition.
Nicole Doolen is making exercise intriguing again
Director Jason Aryeh is taking Elon University on a trip to travel history through his show Amistad We Stand. It begins in Africa and ends in North America.