LIFESTYLE 4/28/19 8:00am

Survivors speak out at Take Back the Night

Take Back the Night is an event hosted once a semester by the Gender and LGBTQIA Center (GLC) in partnership with the Iota Psi chapter of Alpha Chi Omega and other student organizations, according to Becca Bishopric Patterson, assistant director of the GLC. Students have the option to speak about their experiences in a designated safe space.

LIFESTYLE 4/12/19 8:00am

Dragstravaganza Celebrates LGBTQIA+ Community at Elon

The evening of April 5th saw Elon students filling Taphouse to participate in a celebration focused on the queer community of Elon. Dragstravaganza is a show involving both professional and student drag queens and kings. This spring’s show headlined an Elon alumnus, Stormie Daie, and her fellow professional queen, Naomi Dix.

LIFESTYLE 4/10/19 12:36am

PHOTO GALLERY: Greek Dance 2019

Fraternities and Sororities compete at the Greek Dance, part of Elon's Greek Week. Delta Upsilon took home first place for the small group category, while Sigma Kappa won the large group category. 

LIFESTYLE 3/21/19 8:00am

An Iris in bloom: One Elon senior's musical dreams

Jessie Iris was born in Florence, Italy, in spring 2018. Now, just a year later, he’s performing as a headliner on local stages, and his debut album “Iris” is racking up thousands of streams online. Iris isn’t a real person — he’s the musical alter ego of Elon University senior Tanner Mead. 

LIFESTYLE 3/15/19 6:39pm

Rabbi Sandra Lawson reimagines race and religion

After being hired by Elon University last June, Rabbi Sandra Lawson has explored the meaning of inclusion on Elon's campus through her intersectional approach. Because of her experience outside of religion and her transition to becoming a spiritual leader, Lawson's self-creation of her own meaning of Judaism has influenced her approach toward Elon students, faculty and the community.