The specific contracts vary by business, but every year, there is an administrative fee of around $100 to $150 to use the phoenix card system. After that, Elon takes anywhere from 2% to 5% of sales.
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After losing the final seven games of the season and bowing out of the Colonial Athletic Association tournament in 40 minutes, the Elon University men’s basketball team is left wondering what happened. Picked to finish third in the league and having all starters return from last year, it seemed impossible for the Phoenix to finish at the bottom of the league. But after a seven-point loss to the University of Delaware March 3, that’s exactly what happened.
Elon University men’s basketball had an up and – mostly – down year. After being picked to finish third in the Colonial Athletic Conference (CAA), the team went out in quiet fashion, losing in the first round of the CAA tournament in North Charleston, South Carolina.
The Town of Elon Board of Aldermen discussed Monday night at its agenda-session meeting a plan to improve the safety of the town with the installation of a 6-foot fence from North Williamson Avenue to Church Street.
Immediately after their first assignment which brought them to College Place with a van load of ten students at 11 p.m. on Thursday. Safe Rides’ operators senior Dan Ford and sophomore Remy Benzel were on Lebanon Avenue waiting for their next assignment discussing what would happen if Safe Rides didn’t exist.
Elon senior Dan Ford and sophomore Remy Benzel drive a Safe Rides on March 1. Photo by Grace Morris
It's been one year since Molly Offstein was hit while crossing University Drive on a run.
Elon University cross country runner Molly Offstein continues to make progress in her recovery after being struck by a car while jogging one year ago. On March 6, 2017, Offstein was hit while crossing University Drive at O’Kelly Avenue and sustained multiple serious injuries, including a traumatic brain injury. While 365 days have gone by, the cross country runners are always thinking of their teammate.
Last spring, SGA implemented Zagster on Elon's campus–a bike-rental program that allowed students to borrow a bike for three hours at a time from stations at Moseley and Danieley. The program was recently discontinued due to a lack of ridership.
Fuller appointed president of the National Association of College and University Chaplains.
Wright speaks to the crowded Whitely Auditorium about his experience as a journalist, author and screenwriter.
Lawrence Wright, author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning book and new Hulu series The Looming Tower spoke about his personal experiences in investigative reporting tonight in Whiteley Auditorium at Elon University.
Wright, critically acclaimed journalist, author and screenwriter, shares with a crowded Whitely Auditorium tips on writing and reporting.
Elon University welcomed 573 high school students for Fellows Weekend to complete the selection process of the six challenging fellowship programs offered at Elon. The finalists were selected by faculty committees and were invited to Elon to fully immerse themselves on campus.
History has shown us time and time again that high school and college students have the power to create meaningful and lasting change, both on their campuses and nationally. The long history of student protests both nationally and in the United States should empower us all to use our voices and our positions of privilege to make change on a larger scale.
The first latino bishop to serve the 54 counties in Eastern North Carolina, Luis Rafael Zarama Pasqualetto, came to Elon Community Church Sunday, March 4 to lead the traditional 6 p.m. service.
Business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi held its first 5K race to raise proceeds for its philanthropy, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
The Elon University men’s basketball team’s season concluded Saturday night, March 3, when the Phoenix fell to the University of Delaware 86-79 in the first round of the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Tournament. Elon was unable to stop a hot-handed Blue Hen team who finished the game shooting just over 57 percent from the field. Sophomore guard Ryan Daly and junior forward Eric Carter finished with 23 and 20 points, respectively.
Senior guard Dmitri Thompson stares down the defender after nailing a three-pointer.