Lifestyle


LIFESTYLE 1/16/18 4:59pm

Bursting the Bubble with Memes and More

 When faced with snowy weather and dropping temperatures, it is easier than ever to curl up inside the cozy Elon bubble, snuggle in and hibernate for the Winter. But, the chilly weather is not stopping Elon University students from bursting the bubble and trying new things outside of the classroom. 


LIFESTYLE 1/10/18 8:56pm

Creating a Business One Stroke at a Time

  Junior Lucy White remembers first selling and showcasing her abstract paintings at “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” a mother-daughter event of the Gamma Nu Chapter of Phi Mu during the Fall of 2016. It was not until a mother asked her about the price when she realized the potential her artwork had.


LIFESTYLE 12/1/17 7:25pm

Creating a home away from home

 Even before Thanksgiving break began, the residence halls at Elon University were decked with Christmas decorations. Previously, cobwebs, spiders and pumpkins were the main source of ornamentation, but as early as Nov. 1, these scary adornments were replaced by cheerful bows, stockings, snowflakes and garland.


LIFESTYLE 11/22/17 11:05am

Switching skates for books: Elon sophomore's Olympic dreams derailed by health concerns

As she trained for the Olympics, Elon University sophomore Whitney Miller sustained a concussion that changed the track of her athletic dreams forever. The concussion that shattered her hopes of qualifying for the 2014 Winter Olympics came after she fell head first on the ice. She was dropped by her partner in a fluke accident during a run-through for their program, and she suffered a traumatic brain injury.


LIFESTYLE 11/9/17 12:37pm

Class of 1967 reflects on Elon's changes, similarities fifty years after graduation

When the Class of 1967 graduated from Elon 50 years ago, Elon was still a college, the mascot was a Fighting Christian and Doctor J. Early Danieley was the president. Sandy Bergman Inman, a class of 1967 graduate, had not been back to Elon since her 10th reunion in 1977. Inman said when she stepped on campus for the first time in 40 years, she "could not believe how much it had changed."