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Updated on 1/10/19 at 1:10 p.m.
On Jan. 10, attorney, activist and Brandeis University professor Anita Hill delivered the Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Address to the Elon community, touching on the topics of accountability, sexual assault and social movements.
Updated at 10/29/18 at 9:46 p.m.
Updated Oct. 22 at 7:56 p.m.
Part of President Connie Book’s main responsibilities revolve around fundraising — something she said she had to adjust to when she stepped into the role.
Associate Vice President for Business, Finance & Technology Bob Shea confirmed to Elon News Network that McEwen Dining Hall will open its doors Oct. 25.
CORRECTIONS: Updated September 13, 2018 at 2:49 p.m. with university's estimates of 4,000 students leaving campus. Updated September 14, 2018 at 1:07 p.m. to correct reference to Jon Dooley's email, which said students were "strongly encouraged" to leave campus.
Updated September 13 at 10:41 a.m.
History stands still at the Pine Hill Cemetery in downtown Burlington. It’s easy to drive right by, but taking a step through the gates unravels war stories, precious treasures and proximate local figures. Family names like Trollinger, Holt and Hoffman speckle the cemetery and can be recognized by the Elon University community.
Update (8/4/18 10:29 a.m.)
Hurricane Irma has passed, but students on campus personally affected by the storm are still trying to figure out what happened back home.
The violence of Charlottesville, Virginia, last month has subsided, but the memories are alive and well. So is the conversation to prevent acts like it.
Freshman Max Hoffman was arrested on the beach over the weekend during Delta Upsilon's banquet. According to the Myrtle Beach Police Department, the 19-year-old was arrested for public intoxication and impairment late Saturday night.
Have you ever walked around campus and thought you saw someone twice? It could be that they were twins, like sophomores Tyler and Colin Kless. According to the Health Research Fund, one in 90 Americans are fraternal twins and one in 350 are identical.
RALEIGH — Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate Deborah Ross will not be the next Senator of North Carolina. Ross received the results of the senatorial campaign today at the Marriott City Center in Raleigh.
Dee Evans, a clinical pharmacist in Burlingon, helped raise more than $250,000 at a gala for Little Pink Houses of Hope this earlier month. But six years ago, she went through a crisis of her own: Evans was diagnosed with pneumococcal meningitis. Proper blood flow did not reach her legs and she was faced with two options: amputate both legs or have them reconstructed and live in a wheelchair for the rest of her life.
This piece appeared in the Nov. 2 Election Special Edition. View more from that edition.
The candidates for the Alamance-Burlington County Board of Education addressed the Elon University acquisition of Elon Elementary school tonight. This came after the audience asked the candidates about allegations of the University getting the land of Elon Elementary between Elon University and Alamance-Burlington School System (ABSS).
As a result of a Presidential Task Force and SUB finding on analysis of students' experiences, a number of different dining options will debut around campus this fall.
The Town of Elon finishes up the “Alive After Five” summer concert series Thursday Sept. 8. The free outdoor concert took place on the second Thursday of each summer month.