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.
With an abundance of turnovers in the first half, a win didn't look possible for the Phoenix. But when the final buzzer sounded, the Elon University women’s basketball team pulled out a 64-51 win against the University of Delaware.
Elon (12-9, 4-4) tried to get back on track after a devastating loss on the road to James Madison University Thursday, Jan. 18, hosting the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) leading Tribe of William and Mary (13-6, 6-2). The Phoenix were unable to get back to the winning way, falling 80-73 at home.
The Elon University women's soccer program will be without a leader following an announcement this morning. Head coach Chris Neal is stepping down from the helm of the program after 10 years to take a coaching job at the University of Arkansas, Director of Athletics Dave Blank announced this morning.
Elon University President Leo Lambert will deliver the Commencement address to the Class of 2018, according to an email sent to seniors. The announcement keeps the tradition of having an Elon related person speak at commencements.
Elon University will be closed Thursday because of lingering snow and ice, according to an email from Jon Dooley, vice president for Student Life.
Sumi Yu '15 plays a recurring role on NBC's new drama Rise – a role she never saw herself playing.
Elon University will be closed Wednesday because of snowy conditions, according to an email from Jon Dooley, vice president for Student Life.
Roads still covered in snow on West Haggard Ave. and Downtown Elon 11 a.m. Photo by Rachel Ellis
The assistant director for the Center for Race, Ethnicity and Diversity Education (CREDE), Bell, knew that the event was celebrated annually at Elon University, a similar trend for the majority of college campuses. But Bell wanted to be different in honoring the civil rights icon. When he sat down to think, the question Bell wanted answered was how Elon would do the greatest amount of service involving the most amount of people.
Brandon Bell, CREDE assistant director, speaks during a special “Rising Tide of Racial Consiousness” College Coffee to commemorate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Jan. 16.
In recent months, the conversation around hazing has become a national conversation. In 2017, four student deaths involving hazing became viral stories, bringing the conversation around the all-too-frequent Greek life practice to Elon. According to the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, 42 percent of Elon’s student population belongs to a Greek organization. With National Panhellenic and the Interfraternity Council recruitment happening at the end of the month, Elon said it is preparing to counteract the hazing trend, should it arise.
North Carolina’s Division of Motor Vehicles has revised its guidelines for the procedures a citizen must follow when being pulled over by a cop.
A posed photo of a student preparing to show an officer their vehicle registration.
A strong message of self-love was shared Tuesday, Jan. 16 at the "Southern Smash" events. The message was so strong, in fact, that it literally broke weighing scales into pieces.
Sophomore Dina Henderson hits a scale with a sledgehammer during the Southern Smash event designed to raise eating disorder awareness held at the Speaker’s Corner on Jan. 16. [Caroline Brehman]
Lake Mary Nell partially freezes over as Elon’s campus is hit with a winter storm on Jan. 4. [Caroline Brehman]