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NEWS 10/13/18 11:45pm

Moseley Center turned into a student shelter

Moseley Center opened as a student shelter for those staying in residences without power. The building was opened to the student body after the announcement of the continued power outage in the Station at Mill Point and across South Campus.


NEWS 10/11/18 9:39pm

Rains from Tropical Storm Michael drench Elon

On the first full day of Fall Break, rains and winds from Tropical Storm Michael wreaked havoc on Elon University. Alamance County declared a state of emergency and was under a slew of weather alerts, including a flash flood warning and a tornado watch.


NEWS 10/7/18 4:31pm

Pride festival comes to Alamance County

Alamance County's fourth-annual Pride festival gave more color to Burlington Oct. 6. Drag queens, vendors, students and community members gathered to express and show support for the LGBTQIA community.


NEWS 10/4/18 6:37pm

Strength in Numbers and Allies

The #MeToo and Times Up Movements have repeatedly made headlines over the past year.  This week, sexual misconduct allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh fueled the conversation once again. 


NEWS 10/4/18 12:00am

Elon begins with the early stages of new strategic planning process

The administrators of Elon University are preparing to write the 2030 Strategic Plan, which will direct the school’s actions in the upcoming decade.  The plan’s creation is four-phase plan. Its initial stage, invitation to participate, has just begun. This stage will be followed by drafting, fine tuning and lastly, implementation in 2020. 


NEWS 10/3/18 12:00am

Local sweepstakes cafes to close by next Monday

Due to the dangers of online gambling, the Burlington Police Department is starting a crackdown on sweepstakes cafes like Dollar Doz-It starting Oct. 15. This action comes following a string of crime including a murder in 2017.