Elon University welcomed 573 high school students for Fellows Weekend to complete the selection process of the six challenging fellowship programs offered at Elon. The finalists were selected by faculty committees and were invited to Elon to fully immerse themselves on campus.
The first latino bishop to serve the 54 counties in Eastern North Carolina, Luis Rafael Zarama Pasqualetto, came to Elon Community Church Sunday, March 4 to lead the traditional 6 p.m. service.
Business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi held its first 5K race to raise proceeds for its philanthropy, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Live updates from Connie Book's first day as Elon University's president
"The national Never Again movement to stop school shootings came to Elon University’s campus tonight. Students Brendan Duff and Theresa Prayther, alumni of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School organized a vigil in honor of the 17 people who died at Parkland High School on Feb. 14. "
A new two-year full-time program for a Master of Arts degree in higher education starts in Fall 2018 at Elon University. The new program aims to educate the next generation of institutional leaders. The program will provide students with hands-on experiences that will equip them to work for colleges and universities.
With 17 students dead and a nation rallying in support of change, gun legislation is on the forefront of debate. Already in 2018 there have been three cases of open fire shootings in schools which resulted in injury or death. The first at Marshall County High school in Kentucky, then Italy High School in Texas and the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Fla.
Residents in Mill Point neighborhood have been experiencing colder-than-usual temperatures in their apartments due to certain limits set on thermostats. Though heating apartments was a problem throughout the colder months of the year, recently the problem has subsided due to the rising temperatures outside.
Less than 20 miles from Elon tucked away between Durham and Winston-Salem, Greensboro, North Carolina played a significant role in the fight for Civil Rights in the 1960’s.
Temple Grandin, professor of animal science at Colorado State University and voice for the autistic community, came to Elon on Tuesday to discuss the discrepancies in the American education system, particularly with disabled students.
As her presidency begins, Connie Book said she’ll rely on previous relationships to guide her in the new role.
After announcing last February that he would be stepping down, President Leo Lambert is just two days away from officially beginning his year long sabbatical.
Zagster, the bike-sharing program implemented by the SGA last February, has ended. The pilot program was originally created by the Student Issues Committee after students requested a bike-sharing program. Student Body Secretary Rachel Hobbs said it took two years of research to get the system up and running.
Elon News Network requested a statement from Elon University several times regarding its stance on high school students organizing peaceful protests and how this would affect admission. Elon admissions came out with its statement this afternoon on its Facebook page and homepage on Elon's website.
The sound of basketballs bouncing against hardwood floors in the Danieley Phoenix Activities and Recreation Center was replaced with booming music and an applauding audience Friday night at “Helping Hands United: A Benefit Concert for Caribbean Island Hurricane Relief.”
77 percent of registered voters in North Carolina can name Cam Newton, quarterback for the Carolina Panthers. But, only seven percent can name their state senator, according to a recent study conducted by Elon Poll.
In an email, David Copeland and Ann Bullock, co-chairs of the dean search committee, said the candidates will offer 30-minute presentations followed by Q&A sessions starting next week.
Reporter and author from Tucson, Margaret Regan, came to Elon University’s campus tonight to speak about the heart of immigration. She has written two prized, award winning books, The Death of Josseline and Detained and Deported.
From president to professor: Leo Lambert prepares for life outside the spotlight