Mediterranean Deli, based out of Chapel Hill, N.C., will be the new tenant beneath the Park Place apartments in Elon. This deli will be 60 percent a restaurant and 40 percent a grocery store providing diverse options for the Elon community.
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Members of the Elon Track and Field and Cross Country teams, as well as all of those in attendance at their Saturday meet, made a “lap for Molly” in the middle of their meet.
One of the many resources Elon students have access to on-campus is HBO Go. Ever since Campus Technology switched Elon's television service to Philo, students have had the ability to create an account with the online streaming service for free.
HBO GO is a free streaming service for people who subscribe to HBO through a TV Provider.
“I’m from Westchester, New York, my major is human services and I have minors in Spanish, theater, and poverty and social justice.” For many people this may seem like a mouthful of an introduction, but to sophomore Amy Belfer it’s the norm.
It is far too easy to remain comfortable here at Elon University. It is too easy for students to stay in their well-constructed comfort zones — constantly hanging out with the same groups of people, attending the same events and sharing the same ideas to the same willing listeners.Students complain about the monotony of living on a resident campus and our university’s lack of diversity, but it is necessary to remember the role students themselves have in making their time at Elon more interesting.While the university could still do more in terms of diversity initiatives, there is no shortage of opportunities for students to hear new perspectives or try new things on campus — students just need to be willing to go out and search for them.It is important to find a sense of community or home on campus, but these communities shouldn't cage students and keep them branching out and appreciating all sides of campus life.
Last weekend I had the privilege to learn about the research being done by undergraduates across the country.
Both viewers and participants in all forms of art and entertainment are drawn together by a singular live event that rarely escapes one’s memory.
The elevator was rising higher and higher, and my ears started to pop. When we reached the top we had a beautiful twilight view of the London skyline.
My name is Alonzo Cee and I write to you as a concerned student leader within the Elon community.
Sophomore Amy Belfer, who was recently named a Newman Civic Fellow, helps members of a refugee family settle into life in Burlington. Photo courtesy of Amy Belfer.
On Saturday, April 22nd, Limelight Music Group and Innovation House are hosting a music festival to promote some of Elon’s most talented student performers.
While driving around the Burlington area, it is easy to spy the handful of American chain restaurants like Panera, Dunkin Donuts and Starbucks, take your pick of Mexican cuisine at La Cocina or La Fiesta, but it is a bit tricky to find authentic Indian cuisine-- until now.
The applause sounded and then faded to a slow clap. A man in the aisle seat rose and offered his hand to the woman next to him, his eyes following the performers as their beaming smiles blinked off and their bodies sank down stage for the last time.
Elon baseball took the diamond under the lights Tuesday night looking to defeat Triad rival High Point University. The Phoenix struggled offensively throughout the game, falling short to the Panthers 5-4.
According to Ray Lin, assistant director for the Center for Race, Ethnicity and Diversity Education (CREDE), 2.5 percent of students identify as Asian-American or AAPI at Elon.
Senior Kyle Jackson tops a ball to the infield during an at bat late in the game against High Point on Tuesday.
With banquet season approaching, spray painting coolers is making a debut once again and Residence Life is as attentive to it as ever.
Last summer, sophomore Katie Mars received a call from Emily Golden— a friend and classmate— proposing the idea to start a women’s leadership organization on campus.