A small sitting area is in the works on West Lebanon Ave. Photo by Jackie Pascale.
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For sophomore right hander Kyle Brnovich, strikeouts are everything. He entered his seventh start of the season against the College of Charleston Cougars on Friday, March 30 with 61 Ks, good enough for fifth in Division I Baseball.
Community members gather for a public forum help by the Town of Elon and Nealon Planning, PLLC to hear a brief overview of the town's new comprehensive plan.
The Town of Elon is making new strides in land development with its comprehensive, planned project, Envision 2040. Through this new plan, the town hopes to combat the issues of population growth, housing and non-profit ownership over the span of the next 22 years.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was seen touring Elon’s campus on Friday morning. Goodell was touring the school with his family, including his wife, former Fox News anchor Jane Skinner.
On Thursday, Elon Hillel had a matzo ball making marathon where students volunteered by making matzo balls and charoset for the Elon Hillel’s annual Passover Seder.
The largest gift in Elon University’s music program history will help with funding equipment and studio upgrades. The $1 million donation was made by an Elon family, who is wishing to remain anonymous.
The Facebook ethics workshop tonight at 5:30 in McKinnon raised just as many questions as did answers. Among one of the biggest questions: is what Facebook did illegal?
"They were naturalized citizens, green card holders and international students — all of whom are immigrants.On March 28, Immigrant Realities hosted a panel where five Elon University members — students, professors and alumni, discussed their experiences immigrating to the US."
Vanessa Bravo, assistant professor of communications, who is originally from Costa Rica, discussed the eight-year process that led her to becoming a US citizen during the Immigrant Realities Panel on March 28. Photo by Anton L. Delgado.
Citlaly More, '15, explained how she began her immigration to the US as an illegal immigrant and is now a green card holder and permanent resident at the Immigrant Realities Panel on March 28. Photo by Anton L. Delgado.
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.
Jessica Carew is now finishing her fourth year at Elon and has made a name for herself inside and outside the classroom.
Roughly 40 students and faculty gathered in the Great Hall of Global Commons to listen to President Connie Book speak and to ask her questions during a fireside chat March 26.