Doctor's Orders is a weekly satirical column in which two unprofessional, definitely fake doctors offer up prescriptions for their Phoenix patients. We all wanna’ ball as hard as Jay-Z.
A prized basketball recruit makes his visit to Elon University, and as the coaching staff tries to schmooze him and his parents as best they can, the group arrives at Alumni Gym. They walk into the arena where the recruit would be playing his home games for the next four years should he decide to attend ...
At the end of my first day at Elon University as a freshman a year ago, I had a stark realization: there’s something seriously wrong with my English.
As the losses pile up, Elon University men’s basketball coach Matt Matheny decided to look to the future. Last Saturday, the Phoenix lost for the 10th time in its last 11 games, an 86-75 shortcoming to hot-shooting James Madison University.
The animosity between unaffiliated and Greek students on campus has risen to new peaks over the last year as national and campus events exploded across social media.
Doctor’s Orders is a weekly humor column in which Lauryl Fischer and Frankie Campisano, two unprofessional, untrained, non-medical definitely fake Doctors, offer up some prescriptions for their Phoenix patients. We’ve all heard about them. Some of us have even been unfortunate enough to be innocent bystanders.
Overregulation across a number of business industries remains a controversial issue for the American people.
Doctor’s Orders is a weekly humor column in which Lauryl Fischer and Frankie Campisano, two unprofessional, untrained, non-medical definitely fake Doctors, offer up some prescriptions for their Phoenix patients. The dust has settled, GDIs.
As Elon University students venture into the beginning of spring semester, it is time for the excruciating first-day traditions: flipping through the course syllabus.
As Elon University students slowly emerge from their Winter Term hibernation, they will be forced to acclimate to a heavier course load.
The competitor in Mike Kennedy shone through in something other than baseball last summer. Well, kind of.
Doctor’s Orders is a weekly humor column in which Lauryl Fischer and Frankie Campisano, two unprofessional, untrained, non-medical definitely fake Doctors, offer up some prescriptions for their Phoenix patients. In the distance, you can see it, as it rises from the morning mists: the Admissions Palace.
After months of deliberation, the congregation of Elon Community Church made the decision last week to adopt Open and Affirming policies.
For too long, U.S. community colleges have faced the problem of high dropout rates and subpar opportunities.
Where are you from? What’s your name? How did you find out about Elon University? What grade are you in?
From the crossroads of Columbia, Mo., to the treacherous grounds of Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, I’d say the Elon University men’s basketball team passed its tests. While there aren’t any victories from it, there’s tangible evidence of growth as the end result. Elon trailed by 19 in the second half against the University of Missouri but put together a comeback that brought the Phoenix within one during the final minute before falling 78-73.
We all know the familiar red and blue flashing lights on the side of the highway, but our reactions vary.
Kim Kardashian is thrusting herself — or rather, her rear end — back into the center of attention with a cover for PAPER Magazine that exposes her posterior for all eyes to see, as well as a spread of fully nude photos. She previewed the photos on Instagram last week, complete with a pretentious caption that simply stated #BreakTheInternet. People may argue about why Kardashian is famous.
If you haven’t seen or heard about Kim Kardashian’s latest adventure, you may be living under a rock.
I attended Elon University for less than a month before I realized I had rushed into my college education.