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“Macbeth” is a Shakespearean production based on the idea of how power corrupts, but following the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, the director of Elon Performing Arts' spring 2021 play, Kim Shively made it a priority to convey the work in a way that did not bear any resemblance to the political discrepancies occurring in the US.
Growing up, many children are warned not to play with fire. But Elon University junior Jill Ford did just the opposite.
A mere four pounds and full of energy, this week, Elon University President Connie Book welcomed home her new dog, Beaux Oakley. The 12-week-old Yorkshire Terrier was adopted from a breeder in Oak Ridge; a town about 35 miles west from Elon.
Football games — with the excitement from the crowds and the suspense of the competition — are Elon University senior Morgan Rafferty’s favorite on-campus event and something she looks forward to every year. But this year, football games were canceled, and Rafferty will graduate with the last fall football game she attended having happened her sophomore year.
Rather than to connect friends and family, Burlington Animal Services is using online video chatting in a different way — to connect people and pets.
Following months of campaigning, Election Day 2020 is finally here and voters in North Carolina went to the polls to cast their ballots in the general election. Polling places will be open today from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Elon University is providing BioBus shuttle routes to the polls for in-person voters. Those who have requested an absentee ballot but have not mailed it in yet can still vote in person.
Cheering extends beyond the sidelines of Elon University football and basketball games and into other facets of life for senior Zach Wallace. He started cheerleading in 2011 while he was in middle school and became enamored with the sport.
Natalie Wykle was sitting in class on a September afternoon when she learned via text message that her roommate had tested positive for COVID-19. Unsure what to do, the Elon University sophomore and her six other roommates decided to get tested, although she said the university told them they could continue attending their courses.
Senior Kamal Lado has always envisioned creating a space for Black students to showcase their artwork, but they never thought such an event would be realized within their four years at Elon University. However, the ongoing Black Lives Matter movement following the killing of George Floyd this summer spurred Kamal to ensure their vision came to life.
While spending time in Prague during her study abroad experience in the fall of 2019, Brigette Hedvat ‘20 noticed that in contrast to America, Czech people had a stronger commitment to sustainable lifestyle choices.
While actors, singers and dancers traditionally aim to provoke emotions in their audience while on stage, this fall, Elon University’s performing arts students must learn to act and dance in a new setting — a virtual one.
Correction: Cynthia Snider, the medical director for infection prevention and hospital epidemiologist at Cone Health, was misspelled. Elon News Network regrets this error.
In less than 24 hours, Shelley Roupas, owner of Feel Better Yoga in Burlington, went from teaching daily classes in her heated studio, to practicing yoga in a makeshift area of her home — correcting her client’s poses over live video.
When incoming Elon University freshman Maggie Jacoby was accepted Early Decision she expected to tour the campus on a sunny spring day amidst a lively group of her future peers.
Sophomore Lucy Callicott lays down on the carpet of her dorm room amidst an array of craft supplies, almost as if in a world of her own.
This feature is a part of a series on students across campus turning their interests into a profit
On Tuesday afternoons, Elon University group exercise instructor Katie Kane is usually leading students through several apparatuses in the Needham Pilates Studio at the Koury Athletic Center.