Anton L. Delgado


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NEWS 1/18/19 9:39pm

Alamance County represented at annual March for Life

WASHINGTON — Being pro-life had always been a part of who she was, but for Kimberly Wood, standing against abortion took a whole new meaning when her daughter lost her child 16 weeks into her pregnancy. This loss is what made every step Wood took during this year's March for Life matter.


NEWS 1/11/19 8:17pm

Phoenix flies past Cougars

Inconsistent but dominating shooting allowed the Elon University Women’s basketball team (7-7, 2-1) to pull away with a 76-68 win over the College of Charleston Cougars (4-9, 0-2) in Schar Center.


NEWS 1/11/19 3:00pm

Steven House to step down as provost

Provost Steven House will be concluding his time as Elon University's provost by the end of this calendar year. He will remain as provost until his role is filled and will then continue to provide leadership as executive vice president through the 2020-2021 academic year. 


NEWS 12/21/18 12:51pm

Former employee files for an appeal following court loss to Elon

Former custodian Teofilo Matias has filed for an appeal following his civil court case loss to Elon University on Nov. 26. According to the original lawsuit filed in May 2017, Matias was employed by Elon for 17 years as a custodian before being fired in February 2016 following a sexual harassment investigation. 


NEWS 11/29/18 11:17am

Non-tenure-track faculty fight to unionize at Elon

Faculty members at Elon University are working toward creating the institution’s first non-tenure-track faculty union by the end of fall 2018. Elon Faculty Forward went public with their efforts Thursday during their first public meeting, were they announced the filing of their union with the National Labor Relations Board.


NEWS 10/13/18 11:46pm

Cleaning up Michael’s mess on campus

Wendy Williams and other members of Physical Plant race to clear campus of debris caused by Hurricane Michael. The storm showered Alamance County with 2.5 inches of rain and had wind gusts up to 56 mph, leaving more than a dozen trees down and plenty of debris to clean.


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.


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