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

NEWS 6/14/22 7:12pm

Five vehicle break-ins reported to Elon police

Elon police are investigating a series of vehicle break-ins after four Elon University students and one Graham resident reported on June 13 their vehicles had been broken into, according to an incident report obtained from the Town Police Department. 

NEWS 6/13/22 3:37pm

Alamance County under heat advisory

Alamance County will remain under a heat advisory through 8 p.m. June 13, according to the National Weather Service, after high temperatures state and nationwide. The county will be under an excessive heat warning from noon to 8 p.m. June 14, with temperatures expected to reach highs between 110 and 115 degrees Fahrenheit. 

NEWS 6/11/22 2:50pm

Protest against gun violence held in Raleigh, nationwide

It has been 1,578 days since the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that sparked the youth-led March for Our Lives movement. 1,540 days after the first demonstration, thousands of people gathered once again Saturday in Raleigh, Washington D.C. and across the country to protest a recent string of national gun violence. 

LIFESTYLE 6/4/22 9:17am

How to celebrate Pride Month in and around Alamance County

Celebrated in June to honor the 1969 Stonewall riots, Pride Month commemorates LGBTQIA+ communities, their ongoing pursuit for equal justice under the law and their accomplishments. Garay said when they look at queer history, they start with Stonewall but also reflect on the events that came after, such as the 2015 Supreme Court ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges, which legalized same-sex marriage nationwide.

NEWS 5/19/22 5:44pm

Four Elon University seniors commissioned into Army

Just one day before they’re set to walk across the stage and receive their diplomas, four Elon University seniors took the oath of office and were commissioned into the U.S. Army on May 19. During the ceremony, cadets took their oaths, were pinned with second lieutenant bars by those close to them and received their first salutes as commissioned officers.

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.  

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