Traditional four-year colleges were once a must for anyone desiring career success, but the digital information age has given way to exciting new career paths that don’t require a college degree; such as media content creators, YouTube stars and web developers.
Sylvia Munoz hadn’t encountered “space” until she first came to the United States in 1994. Back in San Jose, Costa Rica, her hometown, she lived with her family of seven in a house adjacent to all her closest friends — her cousins. At any given moment, her home was guaranteed to be full of excitement with either the noise of her sister and three brothers, her parents or her extended family members.
To celebrate the heart-filled holiday and kick off the 2017 year, the Maker Hub hosted their Crafty Cards event 7-8 p.m.
Four in 10 internet users are victims of online harassment, according to the Pew Research Center. At Elon University, that would translate to more than 2,500 students experiencing harassment.
Oftentimes, sex can be a touchy subject many are wary of. In an effort to create a safe space for women on campus to learn and speak about sex and sexual health, the ALANAM Sisterhood Circle hosted an event Friday evening to initiate the dialogue.
Elon University;sCollege2Career (C2C) program offered a professional etiquette presentation Wednesday night to relieve any jitters students may have with talking to employers before the Job & Internship Expo.
Far more often than not, people are not given second chances. On Wednesday, Jordan Burnham came to Elon to speak about the greatest second chance he was given — the chance to live.