Correction May 30, 2015 10:20 a.m.: It was previously reported that Abby Franklin had spent four years at Elon.
Shani Knaani, an Israeli Fellow with the Jewish Agency for Israel and Hillel International, is paying a visit to Hillel and the Elon community as a whole. Knaani grew up in a kibbutz, a communal living area in northern Israel, and then moved on to join the Israeli army. "So in Israel, the army is mandatory," Knaani said.
While students may be excited to sign up for every activity that catches their eye at the organization fair, which will be held on Friday, Sept.
From the performance modeling on stage to the themed after-party, sophomore Alex Bohannon is determined to make the Black Cultural Society's fashion show one for the books. Bohannon serves as the special events coordinator for the Black Cultural Society and is this year's fashion show director.
Correction: This article previously stated in error that the show opens on Jan.
Classics and pop-favorites could be heard from Whitley Auditorium on Friday and Saturday as Elon a capella groups performed at
Students packed Fat Frogg on Oct. 24 for a night of laughs that benefitted St. Judes Children's Hospital. Elon's very own group of stand-up comedians, including Michelle Leibel, Meredith Sullivan, Sergio Ingato, Jack Adkins and Grace Baldridge, told jokes, performed impressions and pumped up the crowd throughout the night. Senior Grace Baldridge, one of the comedians, said this performance was extra special for her because it was her last at Elon, since she is graduating in December. "I've loved kind of building some sort of Elon standup community that I hope will carry on after I leave," Baldridge said.