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He doesn’t have to be tall to make a big impact. In fact, he’s the shortest starter on the Elon University men’s basketball team, but when Dainan Swoope steps onto the court, he makes his presence known. The 6-foot, 185-pound junior guard has had a stellar start to the 2017-2018 season. Through the first nine games of the season, Swoope is averaging 17.1 points per game, which is ninth in the Colonial Athletic Association. The next closest Phoenix is redshirt senior forward Brian Dawkins, who averages 13.4 points per game and is 18th on the list.
Junior guard Dainan Swoope stares down a defender after being fouled while making a three-point shot during the Phoenix's game against University of South Florida Nov. 30.
3T’s Chicken and Shakes is fast food from 50 years ago, according to manager Travis Leonard.
Buried within a 429-page tax reform bill are provisions that specifically target those within the higher education community. In the bill titled H.R.1 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the elimination of student loan interest deductibility, tax exempt bond financing and tax exempt tuition remission are three provisions with the most potential to affect lives at Elon University.
Elon University consistently promotes its environmentally conscious initiatives, such as geothermal heating, compost bins, the BioBus system and recycling. As Elon has been growing as a school, it’s recycling program has been growing in response. David Worden, director of environmental services for Physical Plant, has worked with the recycling program for more than thirteen years.
Allied Churches of Alamance County (ACAC) is the largest feeding program in the county, located less than 5 miles from Elon University’s campus. Their goal is to improve the community by helping residents find housing and secure meals. Originally, ACAC began as a core group of churches pooling its resources to serve community better. But today, ACAC acts as its own nonprofit funded by more than 100 churches in the local community.
Local Elon businesses are decking their windowsills with lights, tinsel and holiday puns all with the hopes of winning the best window display.
Friday night, Lakeside turned into a Student Made Store, where students were able to sell their handmade goods ranging from embroidered hats, knit scarves, astrological paintings, to skin care products and personalized journals.
Elon University students gathered Dec. 2 in Jordan Gym to raise money for hurricane relief in Puerto Rico at Zumba for Puerto Rico.