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Data released from the Student Professional Development Center (SPDC) indicates that the Class of 2017 was one of the most successful classes in Elon’s history.
GRAHAM, N.C. - At the intersection of Main and Elm streets, the words "Our Confederate Soldiers" are inscribed at the base of a 30-foot-high monument. Standing at its top in front of Alamance County’s Historic Courthouse is a statue of a Confederate common soldier.
For families, commencement begins promptly at 9:15 a.m. For graduates, the call time for lineup is 7:45 a.m. For some Physical Plant and Aramark employees, chairs start getting wiped down and coffee starts brewing at 4:30 a.m. But for most, commencement and all the preparation that goes into it began right after spring convocation.
A prayer for the dead opened the Confederate Memorial Day Service hosted by a southern rights organization, Alamance County Taking Back Alamance County (ACTBAC). The event took place May 10 at the memorial in front of Alamance County’s District Judge building, 7 miles from Elon University’s campus. The memorial was erected to honor those from Alamance County that have died fighting in U.S. conflicts.
Confederate supporters came to the Confederate Memorial Day Service hosted by a southern rights organization, Alamance County Taking Back Alamance County (ACTBAC) May 10 at the Alamance County District Judge building
Jen Fry, a former Elon women’s volleyball coach, talks to Gary Williamson, the founder and president of ACTBAC at the Confederate Memorial Day Service May 10.
Confederate supporters hold a confederate flag and gaze at the memorial May 10 outside the Alamance County District Judge building.
A confederate supporter waves a confederate flag May 10 near the memorial outside the Alamance County District Judge building.
A confederate supporter shoots a gun in honor of the Confederate Memorial Day Service hosted by a southern rights organization, Alamance County Taking Back Alamance County (ACTBAC) May 10 at the Alamance County District Judge building.
On Sunday, April 6, the rock in front the Loy Center, which was painted salmon pink and apple green in honor of the Omicron Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority’s new members presentation, was defaced. Someone unbeknownst to the sorority spray painted over its layer of paint on the rock and scrawled the word “nut.”
Elon University's Director of Campus Safety and Police, Dennis Franks, is leaving his position, according to an email sent to faculty and staff from Gerald Whittington, senior vice president for business, finance and technology.
Democrats Ryan Watts and Gerald Wong are going head-to-head in today's Democratic primary election. The winner will face Republican incumbent Mark Walker in the November general election.
16-year-old Christian Penn is with his family this morning after he went missing at 1:30 a.m. on Sunday, Alamance Communications said.
The student residents of 201 South Williamson stand outside of their home unhurt, after a fire started in a bedroom on the first floor.