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First, I would like to welcome you to Elon by congratulating you all. Being accepted into a world-renowned university like Elon is no small feat. Whether you are here as a stepping stone to a dream job or to learn more and further your education, Elon will help you achieve whatever you set your mind to. From the day you step foot on campus, you will explore the diverse range of offerings Elon has.
To the class of 2022, I would like to welcome you. For some of you, the road to Elon was filled with challenges. Having to break stereotypes, challenge antiquated ways of thinking and push through various boundaries is nothing new to you. And unfortunately, those challenges do not stop here. For those of you who identify with adversity, the reality is that you will inevitably face more during your next four years at this institution.
Beneath the bright lights of the recently completed Schar Center, Elon University President Connie Book laid out her plans for the upcoming year during her first annual President's Address Monday morning.
Though her time in the Maroon and Gold may be done, 2018 graduate Shay Burnett is not ready just yet to hang up her basketball shoes.
Update (8/4/18 10:29 a.m.)
The final chapter of Alumni Gym seemed perfect. After serving as the mecca of Elon basketball for 68 years, it was time for the doors to close on March 1, 2018. In the venue's swan song, Elon’s ninth president, Connie Book, attended her first ever game in her new position; Shay Burnett scored a triple-double, and women’s basketball capped off perfection at home, winning all 13 games on home hardwood. In Hollywood, a personified Alumni Gym would then ride into the sunset.
Upcoming changes to Elon University’s Office of the President are scheduled to take place in August, starting with the search for a new chief of staff.
President Connie Book is restructuring her office to provide Jeff Stein, who has served as chief of staff since 2012, more time to focus on the strategic planning process, according to Dan Anderson, vice president for university communications. She plans to talk about the changes in her faculty and staff address in August.
Another major event is set to take place at the Schar center.
UPDATE: 7:49 p.m. The threat was declared "all-clear" in a follow-up email from Dooley, who said there is no ongoing threat to the community. In the email, Dooley said police had started to search Oaks Apartments, but re-secured and locked all rooms that had been searched. Police are continuing to talk with the person of interest and their investigation is ongoing.
Two Elon golfers have left their marks on the links this summer. Patrick Frodigh ’18 and rising senior Katherine Reilly performed at some of the highest levels an amateur can.
Elon University announced on Tuesday, July 10, the addition of five incoming freshman to the women’s basketball roster. Kayla Liles, Brie Perpignan, Micaela Ryan, Duru Tasman, and Tyja Traore will join the two-time defending CAA champs, looking to fill gaps left by three starters that graduated last year.
Elon University police arrested incoming sophomore Lucas Peralta June 21 in connection to an April 6 sexual assault. Police charged him with a second degree forcible sex offense and placed him under a $75,000 bond, according to an Alamance County court record.
The First-team All-Colonial Athletic Association honoree signed a contract to play professional volleyball with Nurmon Jymy, a team based in Seinajoki, Finland, this past Friday.
The Schar Center has yet to open its doors, but the list of high-caliber events it’s set to host continues to grow. Elon University’s new arena will be the host site for the 2020 Colonial Athletic Association Women’s Basketball Championship, according to a league announcement on Monday.
Men’s basketball head coach Matt Matheny has officially announced three freshmen that will fly with the Phoenix in the upcoming inaugural season at the Schar Center. Chuck Hannah, Andy Pack and Kris Wooten will all be playing under Matt Matheny, looking to add a fresh spark to the Elon program.