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LIFESTYLE 3/2/23 4:21pm

PHOTO GALLERY: Elon University's 2023 Spring Dance Concert

Elon University’s Spring Dance Concert features six choreographed pieces by Elon dance faculty in collaboration with students and guest choreographer Ming-Lung Yang from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. The concert is set for March 3 and 4 at 7:30 p.m. and March 4 and 5 at 2 p.m. in McCrary Theatre.


LIFESTYLE 3/2/23 11:08am

Non-traditional Elon University nursing student pushes for older aged students to attend university, help others

As soon as  Eric Mulford graduated high school, he received his EMT certification. Shortly after that, he became a firefighter paramedic. Twenty two years later, he decided to attend nursing school at Elon University. Sophomore Mulford is the oldest nursing student in the first cohort at 41 years old and said he feels like a “big brother” to the other students.


LIFESTYLE 2/25/23 9:26pm

Elon University raises $48K during Relay for Life

Elon University students honored survivors, fighters, caregivers and those who have lost their lives to cancer with the annual event, Relay for Life Friday. For twelve consecutive hours, members of the campus community including fraternities, sororities and service based organizations participated in the event that raised $48,985.14. 


LIFESTYLE 2/19/23 10:21pm

Elon University Truitt Center Sponsors annual, student-led Ripple Conference

Students from Elon University and visiting campuses left the three-day Ripple Conference after a weekend of interfaith discussion, speakers, and activities. The annual student-led Ripple Conference was sponsored by the Truitt Center for Religious and Spiritual Life and aimed to inspire interfaith students to create leaders within spiritual and religious work. This year was the conference's eighth year and the first fully in-person conference since 2020. 


LIFESTYLE 2/16/23 10:00pm

Burlington’s Paramount Theater presents screening of “Racist Roots: The Film”

Burlington’s Paramount Theater held a screening of “Racist Roots: The Film,” a film about North Carolina’s racist history with the death penalty Feb. 16. The film portrayed a series of stories from people who were advocates of ending the death penalty, who have been exonerated and who are currently on North Carolina’s death row. The 25 minute film was made by the Center for Death Penalty Litigation, a non-profit law firm that represents people on death row in North Carolina.



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