LIFESTYLE 10/16/21 4:56pm

Prepping your vehicle for a long road trip

For the first time since 2019, many students will be headed out of town for fall break. In order to make it to their destination safely, there are a few important things to keep in mind, according to owner of Wilson Tire Pros and Automotive, Steven Moss.  

LIFESTYLE 9/28/21 10:06am

Elon University student advocates for alopecia awareness

Elon University sophomore Samantha Katz spent over 14 years using different treatments to combat hair loss due to alopecia, but at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, she decided to go completely bald. At the same time, Katz decided to start a YouTube channel to spread information, tips and tricks for those living with alopecia. 

LIFESTYLE 9/17/21 12:17pm

Building connections with J&J Tattoo

Joshua Hall was selling his art to his friend’s dad before he realized where his career was headed. His friend’s dad was a tattoo artist, which soon influenced his future path. Now, Hall’s tattoo studio in Gibsonville has clientele across the East Coast. 

LIFESTYLE 9/7/21 3:21pm

Gibsonville welcomes new shops in growing community

With a population reaching more than 7,000 people, downtown Gibsonville is home to local restaurants, small businesses and a culture of its own. Three new businesses joining the growing area all have the same intention — bringing Elon students and the greater community through their doors.

LIFESTYLE 8/26/21 4:22pm

How to succeed in an on-campus job

On-campus jobs give students the opportunity to not only gain skills, but real world experiences. Nancy Carpenter, assistant director of career services for student employment said as part of the Student Professional Development Center, she hopes to help students make connections. 

LIFESTYLE 8/20/21 10:17am

Transforming the Elon transfer student experience

President of Elon’s Transfer Student Organization, Claire Quinlivan, said the desire to ease the transition for students sparked discussions with Director of Transfer and Special Admissions James Thurnes and Transfer Student Coordinator and Assistant Director of Academic Advising Rebecca Krylow. The conversations ultimately led to reinstating the TSO in the fall of 2020.