Miranda Ferrante

Miranda Ferrante ’23 is a journalism and communication design double major with a minor in dance at Elon University. Ferrante served as the lifestyle editor at Elon News Network for two consecutive semesters where she managed a team of reporters, pitched creative story ideas and sought out ways to them in visually interesting and engaging manner. As a storyteller, Ferrante focuses on the arts and culture that surround and empower members of the Elon and surrounding Alamance County communities. When she is not reporting, Ferrante enjoys reading and watching One Tree Hill. She hopes to work at a lifestyle magazine and pursue a master’’s degree in magazine and digital storytelling after graduation. See Ferrante's best work on her online portfolio here.

Recent Articles

LIFESTYLE 12/19/21 10:55pm

BEST OF: Apartment

Best Of is an annual publication by Elon News Network that surveys students, faculty, staff and the general community on their favorite dining, entertainment outlets, academics and more.  

LIFESTYLE 8/26/21 4:22pm

How to succeed in an on-campus job

On-campus jobs give students the opportunity to not only gain skills, but real world experiences. Nancy Carpenter, assistant director of career services for student employment said as part of the Student Professional Development Center, she hopes to help students make connections. 

LIFESTYLE 8/20/21 10:17am

Transforming the Elon transfer student experience

President of Elon’s Transfer Student Organization, Claire Quinlivan, said the desire to ease the transition for students sparked discussions with Director of Transfer and Special Admissions James Thurnes and Transfer Student Coordinator and Assistant Director of Academic Advising Rebecca Krylow. The conversations ultimately led to reinstating the TSO in the fall of 2020. 

LIFESTYLE 4/14/21 8:44am

Burlington-to-Berlin transplant creates sitcom

The sitcom, written by and starring Mark Janicello, follows the lives of divorced couple Tony and Tina Finelli and their two daughters, Lola and Lena. The personalities of the characters are based upon people in Janicello’s real life, and the show features live music and animated cartoons. 

NEWS 4/5/21 10:47am

SGA executive president hopes to tackle initiatives on behalf of student body

Jack Corby, the newly sworn-in executive president of the Student Government Association, plans to tackle initiatives on communication, diversity and connecting the campus community that he promised in his campaign. During his term, Corby said some of his main priorities are centered around advancing diversity, equity and inclusion and overcoming the disconnect students have felt in regard to the university’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. 

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