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A Google image search for “professional woman” returns hundreds of millions of results of the same thing: dark, tailored suit. Not too frowny and not too smiley, not too much makeup, not too high heels. Even-tempered, post-post-grad. Uses semicolons, and maybe wire-rimmed glasses.
At 7:30 p.m. Thursday, more than 100 Elon community members — mostly Elon University student athletes — gathered on the hill beside Irwin Belk Track to pray, sing and share stories about freshman Molly Offstein. Offstein, a cross country runner and Honors Fellow, was struck by a car on her morning jog Monday and is now in a medically induced coma at the UNC hospital.
Wes Elingburg P’11, Elon University trustee and chair of the Presidential Search Committee, has announced the members of the committee in a March 1 email sent to members of the Elon community. The committee will be composed of eight trustees and seven non-trustees, including six alumni and five parents. Two students — juniors Morgan Bodenarain, executive president-elect of SGA and Caroline Dean — will sit on the committee.
I think it’s time to learn a new word: kairos.
Beckah Porter ’16 was sitting in a coffee shop one May weekend in 2016. She had come there to write, a routine she’d formed since recently graduating from Elon University.
New students stand in a lot of lines their first day on Elon University's campus — long lines for orientation packets, desk hutches and room keys snake through residential neighborhoods.
This piece appeared in the Nov. 2 Election Special Edition. View more from that edition.
As every speaker, presenter and award recipient at the Oct. 22 Elon LGBTQIA Alumni Network Aumni Awards ceremony pointed out in some way or another, Elon has changed — and not just the landscape. President of the LGBTQIA Alumni Network Bud Harrelson '99 reflected on how far Elon University and the surrounding area has come since he was an undergraduate.
The expected people were in attendance — President Leo Lambert, Director of Athletics Dave Blank, Chair of the Board of Trustees Kerri Anderson '79, several dozen donors, the basketball and
This Thursday, Pulitzer Prize winner Bob Woodward will deliver the 2016 Fall Convocation address, titled “The race for the White House in 2016: Bob Woodward’s Critical History from Nixon to Obama,” at 3:30 p.m. in Alumni Gym. Woodward is currently associate editor of The Washington Post and has written or co-written 18 nonfiction books, all national bestsellers.
Driving through downtown Graham, almost impossible to miss Press Coffee+Crepes. The exterior of the coffee and crepes shop pops out with dark blue paint, a contrast to the pastel facades that line the rest of North Main Street.
Senior Sara Galinko had no idea she would end up saving a dog's life.
A group of transfer students sitting on the Moseley Center patio looked over to the table next to them and said, almost in unison, "What? That's so cool!"
I'm not the first, and I won't be the last, to say this to you today: Welcome to Elon University, Class of 2020.
Students on Elon University’s campus for the summer should take special care to keep themselves healthy, because the Student Health Clinic is closed for the summer.
With candles raised, almost 200 members of the Alamance County community spoke in unison:
She’s standing near the stage in plain sight of everyone at Commencement. She’s wearing colors that contrast with her skin tone, as dictated by her discipline’s ethical guidelines, to make her hands and face stand out even to audience members seated far away. But do you see her?
Why is this night different from all other nights?
When making her college decision, junior catcher Emily Roper knew she was going to be a student-athlete.
We’ve all seen the political cartoons: A group of Millennials, maybe at a party or on an airplane or subway, have their eyes on their phones instead of each other.