James Earl Danieley teaching a science class in 1986.
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Played within the intimate confines of historic Alumni Gym, the Elon University men’s basketball games tend to be an exciting affair. Though players and opponents have changed from year to year, one tradition has cemented itself as an unmissable part of any Elon game in the last decade.Without fail, after the under-eight media timeout in the second half, students begin to chant, “Dr. Danieley.”
Picture of James Earl Danieley teaching a science class sometime between 1958 and 1969.
In the 1949-1950 academic year, Dr. Danieley talks to a group of male students (l-r): Dwight Apple, J. W. Blanchard, Jack Hanel, Harold Williamson, Joe Knight, and Bob Yates.
New first-year students stand in a lot of lines their first day on Elon University's campus — long lines for orientation packets, desk hutches and room keys snake through residential neighborhoods.But for those moving into Danieley Neighborhood, at the end of the longest line sat the man the neighborhood was named after: President Emeritus J. Earl Danieley.
Danieley responds to a chant during a game in 2014.
J. Earl Danieley died Tuesday at 92, succumbing to a number of health issues. He was president of Elon from 1957 to 1973.
Since late October, North Carolina firefighters have been battling t wildfires spreading throughout the western part of the state, especially in the drier counties like Watauga.
HARRISONBURG, Va. — A season that was supposed to be one of growth and fulfilled promise finished its freefall Saturday afternoon with expected humiliation, as the Elon University football team lost its seventh straight game 63-14 to the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) champion James Madison University (JMU) in Harrisonburg, Virginia.James Madison’s offense moved the ball at will, gaining 699 yards with a near perfect balance of 362 rushing and 337 passing.“Obviously, their offense is very high-powered,” said sophomore linebacker Matt Baker, who finished with five tackles.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Faculty and staff members stand in solidarity with students who have been made to feel vulnerable
Dear Elon University Students,The undersigned faculty and staff stand in solidarity with those of you who have been made to feel vulnerable or unwelcome by the rhetoric of hate surrounding the 2016 election.
Josh Garrett was raised on listening to music on vinyl. At home his father would also have a record on, playing classic rock from the 50s and 60s.“When I got older and settled down and got my own home, he passed me all his old records and it led me to seek out my own,” Garrett said.
An Elon University trustee and his wife have donated two gifts that will help with the Love School of Business expansion and other university initiatives.
Elon's food provider, Aramark, is now the first major food service provider to commit to more humane conditions for broiler chickens. The company released an updated policy on Nov.
Brothers of one of Elon's historically black fraternities find racist remarks at fraternity convention in Greensboro
These words and symbols were written on a bathroom wall at the Koury Convention Center in Greensboro at an annual statewide convention for the historically black Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity, founded in 1906.
On Tuesday evening between 8:45 p.m. and 10 p.m., a female Elon student had racial slurs yelled at her from a vehicle while walking on campus between the Inman Admissions Welcome Center and the Koury Business Center, according to Dean of Students Smith Jackson and Vice President of University Communications Dan Anderson
The role of freedom of expression in both the classroom and the news media were at the forefront of Tuesday's Community Connections Forum.
For the Elon University football team, November 11 was more than just a day of practice ahead of its Senior Day game the next day.It had been exactly a year since teammate Demitri Allison died when he fell off of a residential building at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
For a tense, reflective moment, Elon University senior Josh O’Neil stared at the Nov. 11 front page of The New York Times, which was plastered with a picture of President-elect Donald Trump shaking hands with President Barack Obama at the White House.It was a picture he never thought he would see.
Calling all Elon New York and New Jersey area transplants: there exists a deli down the street that might just remind you of home.
Since Donald Trump was announced the 45th president of the United States, professors from all departments — many of whom have no political science expertise — have likely stood in front of students, lesson plan in hand, and considered the question, “Do I address the red elephant in the room?”We think yes, absolutely.