The increase in Elon University’s student body may be the cause of the increase in prices for surrounding off-campus apartments.
Anton L. Delgado
“It looks like a bomb's gone off,” were the first words freshmen, Hannah Clements received from her family after Hurricane Irma tore through St. Thomas, the gateway isle of the U.S. Virgin Islands.
In less than 15 minutes, Elon University students can find themselves standing at the base of a confederate statue located on the north side of the Alamance County Historic Courthouse. The 30-foot-high, marble and granite statue dedicated to the 1,100 men from Alamance County who fought for the Confederacy during the Civil War has been causing debate throughout the city.
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.
Holocaust survivor and Professor Emeritus of Cleveland State University, Zev Harel gave a speech titled “Holocaust Remembrance” in the LaRose Digital Theatre at Elon University on May 3.
While most lottery winners can win up to a million dollars, winners of the Elon University's housing lottery win the chance to choose where they live next school year.
From artists to scientists to authors to lawyers, Elon University students have opportunities this year to meet and listen to professionals from different backgrounds and careers. These events might only take a few hours for most students, but for Emily Hayes, copresident of the Liberal Arts Forum, and other students in the class and club, these events take months of planning and thousands of dollars.
Freshman Molly Offstein’s incident has prompted a discussion about campus-wide road safety. In light of this 7:30 a.m.
President Lambert’s school wide announcement about the ending of his term, mentioned the work that the community still had ahead to find the next president of Elon. “I look forward to our work together in the months ahead as we achieve our goals, celebrate our shared accomplishments and anticipate the arrival of Elon’s ninth president,” – Leo Lambert, President. To find Lambert’s successor, the Board of Trustees created the “Elon Presidential Search Committee.” This committee's first primary focus is to gather community input and incorporate that school wide input into their decision making process. According to the search committee, “input from the entire Elon Community is essential at this stage of the search.” The committee is hoping to learn the thoughts of Elon members on the university’s priorities and the qualities, skills and experiences that they are looking for in the next president of Elon. To achieve this goal of gathering community input, the search committee sent out a “Elon Presidential Search Survey” to the entire school on Mar.
In her 24 years of being the Elon University SGA adviser, Janna Lynn Patterson, dean of Student Heath and Wellness, said she had never seen this before. As the SGA elections draw nearer, with voting starting Feb.20.
Despite January-term having been busy for many of the students staying at Elon for classes, the same can not be said for many of the local business around the campus that are dependent on the student body. For many of these local businesses, J-term is usually the slowest time of the year.
Ahmed Fadaam’s personal life was drastically altered by the stroke of President Donald Trump’s pen. Originally from Iraq, the assistant professor of communications at Elon University is essentially forbidden from returning to his family.
Students flock to Women's March on Washington to send a message, stand in solidarity with protestors worldwideBy Anton L. Delgado | 1/22/17 3:53pm
WASHINGTON, D.C. —Chants of “love trumps hate,” “my body, my choice” and “the future is female” echoed down Independence Avenue and throughout the country's capitol during the Women’s March on Washington Saturday morning. In that crowd were Elon University students that were able to make the trip up to Washington, D.C., in time for the march.
The second line of the Declaration of Independence, states that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” Since the early 1950’s, Martin Luther King Jr.’s words and actions have made citizens across the nation reconsider their interpretations of the words equality and liberty.
Students in residential halls across Elon University’s campus have been combating a persistent foe: mold, a fungus that can cause fatigue, headaches, lack of concentration, chest tightness and chronic coughing.
Since late October, North Carolina firefighters have been battling t wildfires spreading throughout the western part of the state, especially in the drier counties like Watauga.
As a child of a Vietnam War veteran, Elon University sophomore Lavinia Johnson has always cherished Veterans Day. “This is such an important holiday because it helps citizens remember why the military is so significant in our society,” she said. “It also reminds veterans how influential they have been to our country.”
After a successful first day, the Intersect committee was excited begin the second day of its Diversity and Leadership Conference.
With a record number of more than 250 participants, the Intersect Diversity & Leadership Conference commenced Friday, Nov.