Elon Universityâs campus has been loud at work with construction over the summer, and some new and renovated buildings will greet those returning to campus this fall. One of the biggest summer additions is the construction of a new residential neighborhood. Elonâs latest on-campus living spaces ...
For the first time in 23 years, the Office of Student Life is under new leadership. Jon Dooley, who has worked at Elon since January 2014 as Assistant Vice President for Student Life, was appointed Vice President for Student Life last December. He officially started June 1.
President Lambert announced a series of changes that will be implemented to the university's commencement ceremonies starting in 2019 in an address to faculty and staff Monday.
Bodenarain joins 57 other SGA presidents from around the country to address white nationalists rally over the weekend
Offtein's condition has slightly improved and she is returning home to continue her recovery.
If you live in or ever have lived in the Oaks Apartments, you are probably no stranger to Wi-Fi problems.
After a trade deal that was made a little over a year ago, Elon University has made a tentative plan to tear down the existing Elon Elementary School, located on East Haggard Avenue. The plan includes building on-campus resident housing that would connect to campus.
Tony Caruso, the owner of Elon bar Tony's Pub-N-Subs, has sold the establishment. "I sold to a couple from out of state," Caruso said.
It's the end for West End. The popular restaurant and bar, West End Terrace, had announced it's closing this Saturday. West End made the announcement in an Instagram post which stated: "The past four years have been a blast.
Elon University has recently named Tyrone Guy Jean the new Director of the Center for Race, Ethnicity, & Diversity (CREDE) and the new Assistant Dean of Students.
She's awake, but her road to recovery is far from over. Elon University cross country runner Molly Offstein, who was struck by a car while jogging March 6, is now conscious after nearly four months of being in a medically induced coma, her father Evan Offstein wrote in a Facebook post.
Elon’s Global Education Center received a gift of 100,000 dollars in memory of ‘04 Alum Michael Poteat.
The Lambda-Lambda chapter of Kappa Sigma fraternity at Elon received the Founders' Award of Chapter Excellence (FACE). The award recognizes outstanding chapter management, achievement, and program development in all areas of operation.
Elon's Center for Race, Ethnicity, Diversity Education, (CREDE) has named Brandon Gregory Bell as the new Assistant Director. The announcement came from Dr. Randy Williams, Associate Vice President for Campus Engagement on Wednesday.
The town of Elon will see a three cent tax hike this upcoming fiscal year. The Board of Alderman passed a $10.7 million budget on Tuesday, which was introduced by Elon Town Manager Richard White and will increase the tax rate from 42 cents per $100 valuation to 45 cents. The tax increase, according to White, will pay for six new positions, including the conversion of a position with the Recreation and Parks department from part time to full time, new equipment for town departments, and a major town project. The budget includes the addition of three firefighters and two police officers, spending $64,000 on an excavator and trailer for the Public Works Department, $138,000 for three police vehicles and $515,000 on water projects.
Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) Dan Faill announced his resignation in an email to Fraternity and Sorority life chapter presidents June 12.
Administrative changes have been made in the office of Student Life, according to an e-mail sent to Elon Faculty and Staff members, and will become effective immediately. Jon Dooley, former Vice President for Student Life and Dean of students, as of this morning, notified the Elon Faculty and Staff that he will no longer serve as the Dean of Students and will now only serve as the Vice President for Student Life.
An e-mail was sent out earlier this morning that instructed all Elon faculty members to reset their Elon password immediately.
Molly Offstein is leaving the Shepherd Center in Atlanta to receive treatment at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in her home state of Maryland, according to a Facebook post from her father, Evan Offstein. Offstein is still recovering after being hit by a car in March. The post provided an update on Offstein's health, explaining that her physical health is improving, but she has not showed signs of any significant recovery from her traumatic brain injury (TBI). She has not exited a vegetative state.
Almost a month after two former Elon University football players were charged in court with felony secret peeping, a third has been charged in an alleged connection with the same case.