LIFESTYLE 2/27/20 12:15pm

Trauma-informed yoga promotes a safe space on campus

From lighting, to set-up to sound, every detail was taken into consideration for the trauma-informed yoga session hosted by Elon’s Gender & LGBTQIA Center (GLC) in the McBride Gathering space on Wednesday night. For Elon University counselor and yoga instructor Allison Agresti, each element of the practice is essential in making sure her clients feel safe and empowered during their yoga practice and lives. 

LIFESTYLE 2/24/20 4:15pm

Pilates studio hosts new classes

The studio came to life through the work of Campus Recreation & Wellness and the Department of Performing Arts and was inspired by the direct benefits that Pilates provides to dancers.

LIFESTYLE 2/4/20 9:08am

BEST OF: Coffee

North Williamson Avenue is home to many local Elon businesses, including The Oak House. The winner of “Best Coffee” has been a part of Elon’s community since Sept. 2014, providing the community with a reliable study space, exquisite coffee and a place to unwind with friends.

LIFESTYLE 2/2/20 11:03am

BEST OF: Student Performance

Director Douglas Hall turned 1950s-based “Damn Yankees” into a story relevant in the modern day for the Elon University drama department’s annual fall musical. Despite the play’s age, Hall said he believes that its story is still worthwhile.

LIFESTYLE 2/2/20 10:21am

BEST OF: Vegan Option

Village Juice Co., located above McEwen Dining Hall, is Elon’s favorite food option for vegan students or those who want a healthier breakfast or lunch.

LIFESTYLE 2/1/20 7:21am

BEST OF: Breakfast

Even though the renovated McEwen Dining Hall has only been open for about a year, it has quickly become Elon students’ favorite spot for breakfast.

LIFESTYLE 1/31/20 9:51am

BEST OF: Fine Dining

Prego’s has been serving up New York-style Italian food to the area for nearly 15 years now, constantly leaving customers saying “thank you.”