Elon University's Students Promoting Awareness, Responsibility, Knowledge and Success is hosting a series of events called “a week of sextracurriculars” that are occurring through the first week of March.
Harrison’s is a modest sandwich shop nestled in a strip off of South Church Street in New Market Square, an easy eight-minute drive from Elon’s campus.
The lights in Irazu Coffee are low. An empty microphone stand waits patiently beside a speaker as a tangle of cords lay across the stage.
This weekend, Turner Theatre packs weekend with films designed to toy with audiences' every emotion.
Every year, Elon University presents a dance concert celebrating Black History Month.
Campus Recreation and Wellness held its fourth annual Ladies Lifting Night on Monday, Feb. 18, at Elon University as a part of the campuswide Love Your Body Week. Campus Rec. shut down Koury Fitness Center at 8:30 p.m. to prepare for the all-girls weight lifting session.
Kenneth Brown Jr. and Lauryn Adams are two leaders on campus that are using their identity to bridge a gap among the student body.
Elon University senior Madison Scott grew up in the spotlight, but behind the scenes lies much more to her story of grit and perseverance.
On Thursday, Feb. 14, Elon University freshman Kali Clougherty, who graduated from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in 2018, sat onstage with seven Elon actors and narrated a reading of the play "Church & State" in honor of the one-year anniversary of the shooting that killed 17 students and faculty members at her high school.
Elon alumna Alyssa White and freshman Logan Powers perform "Something to Believe In" from Burlington Paramount Theater's production of "Newsies."
The Donning of the Kente is a newer event, organized by several organizations, such as the Center for Race, Ethnicity and Diversity Education, African and African American Studies at Elon, and the Office of Alumni Engagement.
Elon First Baptist Church celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a Sunday service.
While the bagel brunch is a recurring event that allows the community to come together, diversity and inclusion was emphasized at today’s gathering. The event follows an incident where discriminatory messages were written on the board in Koury Athletic Center.
Senior Tess Tregellas thinks audiences may have a reaction to “Trojan Barbie” that is comparable to how they feel hearing a baby cry.
Held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 15, the Human Library Project provided attendees the opportunity to “read” a book by chatting with the human volunteers who offer up their stories. Among the 14 different books at today’s library, stories discussed identities from different religions, races, sexual orientations and interests.
Take a drive 20 minutes down the road from Elon into Graham, and you’ll find one family who spends all year getting ready for Christmas — no, not Mr. and Ms. Claus. The McMasters at 750 North Marye Drive are holding their annual Christmas light show.
Sustainable Alamance, a rehabilitation center, helps convicted felons work toward a better day for themselves and their families.
On a typical day around campus, you might see students rushing from one class to another, golf carts driving around and tours strolling through campus.
Tickle My Ribs sits at the corner of an unassuming strip center just a few minutes down University Drive. This little shop is a little unique.