Before moving into her new office, Student Body President-Elect junior Morgan Bodenarain already has some big decisions to make. In an email sent out to all students, Associate Vice President Jeff Stein announced two students who were appointed to the Presidential Search Committee to find Elon University’s ninth president.Though the committee doesn’t officially meet until March 15, Bodenarain already has an idea as to who she would like to see succeed President Leo Lambert.
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President Lambert’s school wide announcement about the ending of his term, mentioned the work that the community still had ahead to find the next president of Elon.“I look forward to our work together in the months ahead as we achieve our goals, celebrate our shared accomplishments and anticipate the arrival of Elon’s ninth president,” – Leo Lambert, President.To find Lambert’s successor, the Board of Trustees created the “Elon Presidential Search Committee.”This committee's first primary focus is to gather community input and incorporate that school wide input into their decision making process.According to the search committee, “input from the entire Elon Community is essential at this stage of the search.”The committee is hoping to learn the thoughts of Elon members on the university’s priorities and the qualities, skills and experiences that they are looking for in the next president of Elon.To achieve this goal of gathering community input, the search committee sent out a “Elon Presidential Search Survey” to the entire school on Mar.
A phone call is no longer the most efficient way to contact an Elon alum.
The North Carolina General Assembly’s law banning the use of social media by registered sexual offenders has stirred up both local and national controversy.
An Elon University student has contracted meningitis, according to an email from Smith Jackson, vice president for Student Life.
The end of a sweep provided a positive look to the future for the Elon University baseball team.Elon's offense turned in the right direction in the late innings of a 5-1 victory against the University of Massachusetts, a performance the Phoenix hopes translates into a stronger approach at the plate in the coming weeks.
Hannah Korycinski told her Facebook friends in September 2015 that Elon University was her Hogwarts equivalent — mandatory heart emoji included.
Elon alumni Susan L. Hahn and Katherine Thomas are going to fly back in time and perform together in Whitley Auditorium February 16th at 7:30.Hahn graduated Elon in 2009; she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education, then she studied at the University of Louisville School of Music where she got her Master of Music in Vocal Performance.
Since senior Zach Bocian was a kid—he has struggled with masculinity and what it meant to 'be a man.' It wasn’t until he reached adulthood, that he was able to come to terms with his own gender identity. “I realized that I don’t have to wear baggy clothes or go to the gym all the time if I don’t want to—or don’t like to to prove I’m a man,” he said. It was that realization and fascination with gender, along with his interest in the Trans-community that led him to begin research for his BFA thesis project: a film package for a feature film called “Facemask.” The package includes a screenplay, trailer, a projected budget and schedule, visual references and a business plan. “Facemask” is the story of a closeted transgender female named Tyler grappling with coming out as her true self as well as maintaining her passion: football.
Junior Lauren Duncan helps film a scene on the football field for the trailer. Photo courtesy of Zach Bocian.
In recent months, Americans have witnessed a surge in anti-Semitism throughout the United States. Combined with the desecration of Jewish cemeteries, bomb threats against Jewish community centers and schools across the country have provoked a national discussion about the recent rise of prejudice and bigotry against Jews.Although this heightened atmosphere of anti-Semitism has not physically manifested itself at Elon University, Jewish students and faculty on campus view the increased discrimination against Jews as a cause for concern.
As Elon University continues to expand its campus, more and more trees are being cut down to make room for new buildings and facilities.Just last month, the university began construction of a new parking lot next to the McMichael building.
Construction workers pave the ground to make way for a parking lot.
When President Donald Trump signed an executive order temporarily banning immigration from seven countries in the Middle East, the Elon University community responded to the ban from University President Leo Lambert issuing a statement to university students, to students traveling to Raleigh-Durham International Airport for protests.
Elon's SPECTRUM chapter celebrated International Condom Day by partnering with the AIDS Health Foundation and the Alamance County Health Department to talk about sexual health on college campuses.
“A person's a person, no matter how small.” The students at Eastlawn Elementary definitely took this Dr. Seuss quote to heart as Elon athletes walked into their classrooms, towering over them. Sports players from the tennis, soccer, volleyball and football teams read their favorite childhood books to students in kindergarten through fifth grade for their "Read Across America" week. The National Education Association celebrates reading on March 2, the birthday of well-known children's author Dr. Seuss. Casey Collins, Eastlawn teacher and Elon alum, says they wanted to bring in athletes to, "show [the students] the potential that you can have, you can be on a team sport, the importance of being on a team, the hard work that goes into it."Besides reading their books, the athletes talked about balancing athletics and college academics.
Freshman Molly Offstein was hit by a car at 7:30 a.m. Monday on University Drive at O'Kelly Avenue. She has been put into a medically induced coma and is currently in critical condition.
In the final game of the Elon Softball Tournament, the Phoenix fall short to St. Joseph's 3-1.
Coffee is one of Colombia's main exports; and for many campesino farmers, a way of life.
Colombian Cravings serves a delicious variety of grilled and fried foods, including this entree of grilled chicken with mango sauce, fried yuca and platanos maduros, with freshly squeezed mango juice.