Dmitri Thompson drives against a Duke defender on Friday, Nov. 10.
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Duke's Alex O'Connell pulls down a rebound against Elon on Friday, Nov. 10.
Brian Dawkins shoots a layup against Duke on Friday, Nov. 10.
Dainan Swoope shoots a free throw against Duke on Friday, Nov. 10.
Steven Santa Ana puts a shot over a Duke defender on Friday, Nov. 10.
Steven Santa Ana shoots a layup against Duke on Friday, Nov. 10.
In light of the Student Government Association’s Inclusivity Week, the body joined with the Black Student Union to discuss the state of race relations on Elon University's campus. On Thursday evening, SGA and BSU held a town hall forum for an open conversation discussing race. A topic thoroughly discussed throughout the forum was the feeling of exclusion of minority groups on campus. Phrases like “microaggressions” and “sense of belonging” were repeated as the students expressed themselves.
Maybe you've seen pictures of her latest workout routine or what she had for breakfast on Instagram under the handle @healthy_happy_hannah; or perhaps you've heard her talking about eating disorder recovery on her new YouTube channel. But this year, senior Hannah Durbin has a new initiative: Project Heal Elon.
The defending Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) champions were wire-to-wire winners on Friday when the Elon University women’s basketball team faced off against the Winthrop University Eagles in its final home opener inside Alumni Gym on Friday. After beginning the game with a 12-3 run, the Phoenix never looked back, blowing out the Eagles 98-37.
The No. 1 Duke University Blue Devils stomped the Elon University men’s basketball team 97-68 in front of a dense crowd in Cameron Indoor Arena Friday night.
Steven Santa Ana shoots a free throw in a 2016 game against Duke in Greensboro, N.C. (Photo by Ashley King)
Karolis Kundrotas controls the ball in a 2016 game. His size will be pivotal in shutting down Duke's bigs. (Photo by Ashley King)
After securing a spot in the NCAA tournament by winning the conference last year, there was a question of whether the team would behave differently on the court after replacing half its team.
Elon men’s basketball has its first game of the 2017-2018 campaign on Friday, and the Phoenix will be forced to hit the ground running. Elon will make the 40-minute drive to Durham to take on Duke, who starts the season as the best in the land.
Recently, the fear of acts of terror has cast a shadow over the joys of going abroad. In recent years, acts of terror — including domestic terrorism here in the United States committed by Americans and acts of terror internationally committed by larger terror organizations — seemingly occur almost every other week. These tragedies can have great emotional impact on anyone, especially those in close proximity to the situation.
When the Class of 1967 graduated from Elon 50 years ago, Elon was still a college, the mascot was a Fighting Christian and Doctor J. Early Danieley was the president. Sandy Bergman Inman, a class of 1967 graduate, had not been back to Elon since her 10th reunion in 1977. Inman said when she stepped on campus for the first time in 40 years, she "could not believe how much it had changed."
After cruising to a 99-63 victory in its only preseason exhibition game, the Elon University men’s basketball team is confident moving forward into the season. Returning its top five scorers from last season, there have been no significant changes to the Phoenix lineup.
I was first introduced to Elon University’s E-Rides program this fall. The transportation program — offered from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. Monday-Thursdays, and from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m. on Fridays — takes students across campus and to locations within a one-and-a-half mile radius from the Moseley Student Center. It is an extension of the on-campus hospitality program promoted at Elon.
If you had the opportunity to travel back in time and meet your past self from years, months or even weeks ago, would you? If you aired on the more adventurous side and answered yes, I know how to satisfy your appetite for introspection. Sadly, it does not involve the use of a time machine. The solution is rather uncomplicated: journaling.
We all need to do more talking and a lot more listening. Elon University is no stranger to suicide. In the last three years, we’ve lost Trent Stetler and Demitri Allison to suicide. We lost two bright, beautiful and promising young lives, and I cannot help but wonder whether these losses could have been prevented.