Redshirt freshman midfielder Hassan Pinto (14) swings his foot at the ball in a match against the University of Detroit Mercy Sept. 4.
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A year ago, the Elon University women’s basketball team was preparing for its first season under head coach Charlotte Smith.
A store front view of Burlington's Food Co-Op, that announced this week that Sunday, May 27 will be its last official day open, May 23.
BURLINGTON — After seven years in operation, Company Shops Market: Burlington's Food Co-Op have announced they will be officially closing on Sunday, May 27. The market located in downtown Burlington on East Front Street, 10 minutes from Elon's campus, sold a variety of organic and sustainably grown produce.
Pete Elder helps his five-year-old son Crosby, find a spot to paint a heart on the mural at the Love Graham Art Festival, May 20.
GRAHAM — Dancers, painters and puppies filled the heart of Graham during the first "Love Graham Arts Festival." The festival was hosted from May 19 to 20 by the Co|Operative and the Independent Artist Movement. Together the two organizations brought in more than a dozen artists from Alamance County to showcase their art.
Annette Maynard, a resident of Graham, bought almost $70 worth of Love Graham merchandise for her son named Graham at the Love Graham Art Festival, May 20.
Bentley wears a Love Graham hat for a post on his Instagram page at the "Love Graham Arts Festival," May 20.
Freshman Lily Sandifer-Stech paints a light blue heart onto the Love Graham Art Festival mural, May 19.
Peter Elder helps his 5-year-old son Crosby paint a heart onto the mural at the "Love Graham Arts Festival," May 20.
Pete Elder concentrates on painting his own heart on the mural at the "Love Graham Arts Festival," May 20.
Breton studies Joshua Lanning and Marcos Zagala's moves as they show him the first few steps of a dance at the Love Graham Art Festival, May 20.
Three-year-old Marques Breton, a resident of Graham twists around unsure whether or not he should dance with Eno Effects in the Love, Graham Arts Festival, May 20.
Barang Phuk graduated in a two-part commencement ceremony hosted in Alumni Gym on May 19 alongside 1,400 of her classmates. The announcement that the ceremony would be moved indoors was made the night before graduation, following weather forecasts that indicated sporadic rain showers throughout the day.
Freshman Shan Roy, shows off his self-built electric motorcycle at the Maker Hub sponsored event "Maker Takeover" in Moseley Center April 25. Roy will be one of the first four-year engineering students. This fall he is planning on declaring his four-year engineering major with a concentration in mechanical engineering. Photo by Oliver Fischer.
A new engineering program and degree are being offered at Elon University. The College of Arts & Sciences will be expanding its engineering options next fall, from a dual-degree program to a four-year program. This will allow students to stay at Elon and pursue their degree in engineering.
Data released from the Student Professional Development Center (SPDC) indicates that the Class of 2017 was one of the most successful classes in Elon’s history.