Even though it is summer, some are still taking the opportunity to learn on campus. Elon graduate students pursuing their master's in gifted education led the Flex Program, a week long camp for gifted kids in the community. Glenda Crawford teaches master's level education classes at Elon and is the director of the Flex Program.
Updated 4:15 p.m. Friday May 8, 2015 Rod Salazar, owner of Irazu Coffee, said he was also concerned about changes to the downtown area.
Elon students who participated in The Sundance Experience have been delayed coming back to campus due to the snow storm in the Northeast. The students on the trip originally intended to travel from Salt Lake City, Utah, to Chicago, in order to arrive in North Carolina on Feb.
Students are coming together to show support for Elon's Women's Soccer player Nicole Dennion. Dennion was diagnosed with Ewing's Sarcoma in February, which is a type of bone cancer.
For many Honors and Elon College fellows, college ends with a lengthy thesis that is pages and pages long.
While many students pursue their undergraduate degrees in four years, some Elon students graduate a year early. Katie Pullman is in her third year of study at Elon and it will be her last.
Each year Elon welcomes many families to campus on family weekend. This year more than 1,000 families registered for the event. Students and their visiting family members/friends attended a variety of events over the weekend.
Many first year students came to the annual Organization Fair on Friday, Sept. 6, eager to become involved on campus.
Although construction on the Global Village continues, buildings four and five are completed. These buildings are currently housing learning communities such as the International Learning-Living community and the Spanish Learning-Living community. Regular dormitories are also located in these building and will house mostly first year students.