Saria Samakie, a Syrian refugee, has already lived a long life at age 21. Now a freshman at Georgetown University, he was awarded the Arrupe Scholarship and speaks nationally about his experiences as an immigrant.
The annual Colonnades Carnival yesterday drew crowds from different programs on campus and spread the message of sustainability.
Vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free diets have gained popularity in recent years, students on Elon's campus sometimes struggle to find appropriate food for their lifestyles.
Sophomore remembers her sister through dancing and her sorority.
Recently, members of the Zenitry family received news that the owner of the studio is stepping down in order to care for her newborn baby, and if a replacement is not found soon, the studio will close by the end of May.
Elon University School of Communications students have the chance to win the Fan Favorite award, as measured by the #ContestMovieLife hashtag on social media.
Though many call it gross, some call it the best place to live on Elon University’s campus. Nestled between the Duke building and Carolina residence hall, Smith Hall is the Historic Neighborhood dormitory that has a unique characteristic: it’s the only place on campus where only men can live.
Courtney Chambers decided to launch a do-it-yourself craft blog. At the time, DIY companies were only geared toward children, so she was eager to create a platform that gave teenagers the ability to express themselves. “We want to provide our generation with a place to go to find inspiration ... and feel capable of creating things,” Courtney said.
Sal’s Italian Restaurant didn’t always look the way it does now. Established in 1977, it was originally a high end Italian cuisine restaurant, the kind where the tables are covered in white tablecloths and fine glassware, and Burlington residents dressed up to sit down.
The colorful and lively Hindu festival of Holi will be celebrated at Elon this month with vibrant colored paints, dyes and music. The Holi festival will occur in Speakers' Corner 4 p.m. Friday, April 13. Following the festival will be Indian Shabbat held in the Numen Lumen Pavilion 7 p.m.
The popular cult classic film, “Mean Girls,” is being brought to life to the Broadway stage as a musical, featuring a familiar Elon University alumna face.
Sunscreen, lipstick and hairspray lined the seats of McEwen 209 on Wednesday night. The Her Campus chapter at Elon University partnered with The Brand Girls. This crossover event encouraged female students to follow their passions in the workforce.
The velvet red curtain opens to reveal an empty black stage. There’s complete silence. A few seconds pass and a light beams from above on to a single dancer draped in royal blue, with mysterious fog lingering in the background. Abby Corrigan lifts her head and stares into the audience. This is Echoes.
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“I understand that Elon has been working on increasing diversity on campus trying to triple international students. However, Elon as a whole has a lot more work to do before it can accommodate such an increase within a group that requires more to adjust than majority students,” Kamal said.