Miranda Ferrante

Miranda Ferrante ’23 is a journalism and communication design double major with a minor in dance at Elon University. Ferrante is the managing editor of elonnewsnetwork.com, responsible for the editorial content of the website. Last semester, Ferrante studied in Florence, Italy, where she took courses geared to her minor. After graduation, Ferrante plans to pursue a master’s degree in magazine and digital storytelling. She hopes to become an arts and culture reporter working for magazines.  See Ferrante's best work on her online portfolio here.

Recent Articles

NEWS 9/12/22 11:28am

Elon University named No. 1 national university for excellence in undergraduate teaching by U.S. News & World Report for second consecutive year

Elon University is ranked No. 1 for excellence in undergraduate teaching for the second consecutive year by the U.S. News & World Report “Best Colleges” Guide, which released rankings Sept. 12. The university also received a No. 6 ranking in the “Most Innovative,” gaining three spots from last year, and was ranked No. 89 overall among national universities. 

NEWS 8/18/22 7:07pm

Q&A with Dean of Students Jana Lynn Patterson

Elon University announced it will extend and expand its partnership with TimelyCare, the virtual telehealth portal that provides students with free 24-hour access to medical and mental health hotlines, into the 2022-23 academic year on Aug. 11.  

NEWS 8/18/22 11:07am

Class of 2026 arrives in Elon University's Historic Neighborhood

At the core of Elon’s original campus, Historic Neighborhood connects the university with its beginnings. The neighborhood has six residence halls, mostly filled with freshmen. It is located near Academic Village and The McEwen School of Communications, as well as Downtown Elon. Neighborhood amenities include the McEwen Dining Hall and LaRose Commons. There are three Living Learning Communities: communications, sports management and outdoor learning. The neighborhood’s theme is Elon traditions and history. 

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