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Elon student arrested, charged in property hit and run

4/21/17 1:39pm

Elon University sophomore Nicholas Conti was arrested on Thursday on the charge of a 'hit and run.' According to Alamance Police, the incident occurred last Saturday at Kangaroo gas station where a Toyota backed into a Ford before fleeing the scene.

Global Neighborhood examines its roots, considers future

4/18/17 7:18pm

The Global Neighborhood at Elon University has a dual personality to most students. Initially, freshmen are excited about the neighborhood and its traditions, but upperclassmen seem to forget about them, according to most students. Now in its third full year as a residential neighborhood, the community ...

HBO Go accounts for all Elon students

4/14/17 3:55pm

One of the many resources Elon students have access to on-campus is HBO Go. Ever since Campus Technology switched Elon's television service to Philo, students have had the ability to create an account with the online streaming service for free.

Republican lawmakers announce proposal to repeal HB2

3/28/17 9:56pm

North Carolina House Speaker Tim Moore and Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger announced a proposal to repeal House Bill 2, better known as HB2 or the “bathroom bill.” The Republican leaders claim that the bill came from North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper’s office, and was met with approval by Republican leaders in the North Carolina General Assembly.

One year after House Bill 2's passage, Elon University still feels impact

3/14/17 6:55pm

At the one-year anniversary of House Bill 2, Elon University has just begun to realize the breadth of the impact of this controversial bill. Despite the university’s choice to distance itself from the legislation, the university has not been able to completely avoid the fallout. From SGA members, student-athletes, prospective students and students fighting to find their voices, many has been affected in one way or another. Bit by bit, actions have replaced words.

SGA unveils 2017-18 budget

3/14/17 6:01pm

SGA approved its 2017-18 budget last week, giving modest increases to dozens of organizations. SGA also increased its funding from $118,000 to $253,375.