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Paul McNabb is a third-generation firefighter — now, fire engineer — and a first-generation paramedic. His family history and 11 years as a first responder allow him to provide insight into different high (and low) pressure scenarios — and the climate surrounding the people who navigate them.
Senior Tess Tregellas thinks audiences may have a reaction to “Trojan Barbie” that is comparable to how they feel hearing a baby cry.
The single hanging lightbulb in the corner illuminated snaking cords, the color of bruises. Harsh purple light flashed in the orchestra pit each time the twin spotlights swung to center stage — a pair of fleeting highway headlights. They turned the patchy carpet a sickly yellow. Low rafters wrapped in thick, black fabric crossed directly overhead, mimicking furled pirate sails. The floorboards above creaked each time Sweeney Todd crossed the stage to growl a line.
Kate Heck, manager of Elon's newest bar, drove 450 miles down the east coast to be a part of MaGerks Pub and Grill. Elon students don’t even have to leave campus.
Salvation Coffee Company is a freedom-loving, family-oriented business; a home for cold brews, casual conversation and good music.
Late October will bring to McCrary stage the story of a broken barber exacting bloody revenge.
In NBC’s newest drama, Rise, viewers will see and hear How I Met Your Mother’s Josh Radnor yelling across the screen in the role of Lou Mazzuchelli, a dedicated high school teacher who takes over its sinking theater program.
Abbey Ojemann visited her best friend at Florida State University and in one day was caught up in its Greek culture. In particular, she said she noticed the narrowed focus on drinking, partying and harassment.
Jon Bellion headlined the Homecoming weekend annual concert tonight in a technicolor performance.
Correction: In an earlier version of the story, the name of the actress playing Dolly Levi was misspelled. Her name is Chloe Robin. Elon News Network regrets the error.
Elon University has an intensive and selective musical theater program. This year, 20 students were selected from an applicant pool of 802.
Update 6:30 p.m. Sept. 21, 2017
A steady flow of student traffic exits the library as the sky above Young Commons darkens. While the sunset outside signals the end of a study session, Dwight Davis’ shift has just begun.
Paulie’s Pub and Grill is putting a new face to a familiar locale.
It was a month before “College Decision Day” and Shekinah Reese was between two schools.
The “Pippin” opening number is a huge reveal — circus artists, illusionists and dancers twirl on stage in an organized chaos of feathers, hoops and lights.
The applause sounded and then faded to a slow clap. A man in the aisle seat rose and offered his hand to the woman next to him, his eyes following the performers as their beaming smiles blinked off and their bodies sank down stage for the last time.
Yesterday at Speakers' Corner, The Truitt Center for Religious and Spiritual Life sponsored Elon’s 2017 Holi, one of the largest Hindu festivals, which celebrates spring, new life and energy. The religious gathering invited all students, staff and Elon community members to partake in the fun. Participants threw cups of paint in hues of yellow, blue, green and pink into the air and at friends, and danced in the colors to Bollywood and American beats.
The Epsilon Chi Chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority and the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity took first place in their divisions at Elon University's 2017 Greek Week dance competition.
Update: Wednesday, April 5, 1:42 P.M.