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 ...
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.”
Last January, former Elon University Assistant Professor of Business Michael Rodriguez sued Elon for discrimination based on the fact he was not granted tenure and his contract was not renewed. After more than a year since the original lawsuit and more than a month since Rodriguez filed a 2,270-page response, Elon has filed its 15-page reply to Rodriguez.
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.
Leo Lambert’s tenure as president of Elon University began with the words “You have made an excellent choice and we are glad to have you join us on this journey,” given during his first New Student Convocation address Aug. 26, 2000.
“Together, we can,” is the slogan and message junior Kenneth Brown Jr. wants people to remember as he steps into his new role as SGA executive president.
Students gathered in Moseley Center tonight to hear the final results of the SGA 2018 election. Junior Kenneth Brown, who ran unopposed, will now be succeeding senior Morgan Bodenarain as SGA executive president.
On Feb. 17 and 18, 2018, Elon music students, high schoolers, middle schoolers and notable jazz artists Doug Henry, Marcus Roberts and the Marcus Roberts Trio shared their music with the Elon community.
Members of the black community gathered together on Saturday morning for the fourth annual Black Solidarity Day Conference. The meeting was held in the Koury Business Center and was one of several events in February to honor black contributions to the campus.
Joel Harter, University Chaplain of Protestant Life addressed Elon's chapter of InterVarsity Thursday night, and attempted to answer their questions about an InterVarsity staff member being told to not return from a sabbatical. Harter claimed silence as Elon's policy in matters of personnel issues.
Elon University's Student Government Association (SGA) is holding elections soon, and it's up to YOU who represents your class and study body in 2018-2019 . Voting will run from Monday, February 19th until 5 p.m. February 20th.
Emily Torchiana, founder and president of The Invisible Illnesses, a non-profit organization that advocates for recognizing mental illness, reminded students they are not alone and shared her personal struggles.
On Tuesday night the Elon Board of Alderman unanimously voted to approve a special-use permit and start construction on the new school.
The double sided chalkboard sits right outside of Pandora’s and every couple of days features a new witty slogan, about pizza, beer, or their specials. Brittney Tillman is the brains behind the sign. Brittney has been working at Pandora’s for the past six years and decided to take on the task of designing the chalkboard herself.