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L.D. Russell has been a professor of Religious Studies at Elon University for 20 years. He was recently promoted to Senior Lecturer, an honor that recognizes faculty with exceptional teaching records. However, the celebration came with an unexpected surprise.
The Greensboro Science Center has a new visitor named Sue. Sciquarium Programs Manager, Alison Manka, says she is quite the spectacle.
When Senior Emily Tryon moved into her pet friendly apartment, she immediately began looking for a dog to be her new roommate.
Church Street in Burlington is no stranger to local businesses. New stores and restaurants seem to open monthly, but many of them go out of business just as fast. However, there are a select few that have withstood the test of time.
While many students prepare to enter the work force, some will be submitting another kind of application: graduate school applications. Many students are beginning to hear back from graduate schools, including senior Erin Macbeth, who will be going back to school for another three years.
It's a show that audiences love to see and actors dream of performing. Les Miserables is set to make a come back on Broadway this March, but before that it will debut at the Paramount Theater in Burlington. Steffanie Vaughn is the Vice President of Production for the Gallery Players, an Alamance County theater group. She currently serves as the Head Producer of Les Miserables.
A troubled childhood left 17-year-old Anna Malika searching for love.
Classic cars littered old-fashioned streets and oldies music played from the speakers. Folks traveled back in time this weekend when they attended the Gibsonville Cruise In, which is only a few minutes off campus. In the midst of all the excitement, one car and one man stood out. His name is Doug Seawell and he builds classic cars for a living.
15 students from the class of 20-14 were awarded the Lumen prize, a 15,000 dollars scholarship that helps fund various academic endeavors. Senior Andrew Fischer was one of the recipients.
More than 72 percent of Elon students study abroad at least once during their college experience. Senior Rachel Taff studied abroad in India during Winter Term.
Drinking and college go together, or at least that's what many people think.
Out-of-state students may face issues when voting in N.C. elections.
Sport and event management students hosted the Hitting Home for Crossroads tailgate on Sunday, April 14, at Hunt Softball Park.
Today, several people choose careers and to have life experiences before settling down. As a result, the average age at which a couple gets married is increasing. According to The Christian Science Monitor, the average age of a bride in the United States is twenty-seven and the average age of a groom is twenty-nine. Despite the statistics, some college students just can't wait.
Families across America are adopting dogs, but the one species that is often overlooked is the greyhound. Many people associate greyhounds with the race track; but they are actually very gentle animals and fit perfectly in the home.
Senior Chrissy Pacewicz knows first hand the dangers of an unhealthy relationship.
Two words that everyone wants to hear, but never get said enough: thank you. Elon's "A Thousand Thanks" campaign kicked off last week with the mission to collect more than a thousand hand-written thank-you notes to Elon donors.
Pink ribbons, pink shirts and pink hair. October is breast cancer awareness month, and Elon community members are taking the opportunity to give back.