Ashley Bohle

Ashley Bohle, from Winston-Salem, is the News Director of Elon News Network. She is majoring in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Leadership Studies. Ashley loves running in the mornings, her dogs Daisy and Chelsea and telling stories about her summer internship at NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt.

Recent Articles

Jerusalem native to bring Mediterranean cuisine to Downtown Elon

4/26/17 8:02am

A Jerusalem native, Jamil Kadoura, came to the United States in 1978 to fulfill his American dream and learn business management. “I started as a dishwasher actually when I was a student,” Jamil Kadoura, owner of Mediterranean Deli, Bakery and Catering in Chapel Hill said, “ I started getting promotions to assistant cook then assistant chef and sous chef.

Mediterranean Deli comes to Park Place

4/17/17 6:09pm

Mediterranean Deli, based out of Chapel Hill, N.C., will be the new tenant beneath the Park Place apartments in Elon. This deli will be 60 percent a restaurant and 40 percent a grocery store providing diverse options for the Elon community.

Sigma Kappa sister takes a hard fall at big/little reveal

3/5/17 8:08pm

It's Sigma Kappa's big/little sister reveal today and an unusual moment has already gone viral.  For the little sister to discover who her big sister was the big sister finished the little's quote.  But immediately after Dick turned around and started running, toward Singleton she slipped.

Elon's Gospel Choir Director finds strength through singing

2/20/17 8:16pm

Lana Logan, sophomore, is involved on campus, like many students. She’s a SMART mentor, the community outreach chair for Black Student Union, a member of the National Council of Negro Women, and an LGBTQIA ally. But last spring, unexpectedly, she was given a leadership position, Director of Elon’s Gospel Choir. “I’d heard nothing about it and I look around at the other people and I’m like, “Oh okay.” And so I began being the sole director in September,” Lana Logan says. As a freshman, walking into gospel choir she felt a positive energy and vibrant atmosphere that enticed her to join.

Oaks Neighborhood residents struggle with Wi-Fi access

11/8/16 4:11pm

Most Elon University students living on-campus take Wi-Fi availability for granted, but some residents of the Oaks Neighborhood are frustrated by their lack of access to this important commodity. “Since the beginning of the year, the Wi-Fi has been very spotty,” said junior Tommy Mackey, resident of Oaks C.

A legend returns to where he bELONgs

11/4/16 2:33pm

"What's your name?" the legend asks. "Alex," Alex Attanasio, Danieley Residence Area Coordinator replies. "Where are you from?" he asks. "Connecticut," Attanasio says. On Thursday evening Elon legend Dr. James Earl Danieley visited Daniel Commons in the Danieley Neighborhood to meet with students and hear their thoughts.

Sunken and Drunken Truth: An inside look at Elon's fake ID culture

9/21/16 7:01pm

Rhode Island native Brittany, whose name has been changed to protect her identity, is a senior biology and biostatistics major on the pre-med track at Elon University. She’s in a sorority and plays a club sport. And though many of her peers know her from her on-campus involvement, many also know her as a distributor of fake IDs at Elon.

New director looks to expand Writing Center

9/1/16 2:00pm

Elon University has welcomed more than 1,500 incoming students this week, but one new face has been here since the start of August: Julia Bleakney, the new Writing Center director in The Center for Writing Excellence.

Burlington's Allied Churches fires Executive Director

8/17/16 10:26pm

According to The Times-News, the board of Allied Churches of Alamance County has fired Executive Director Kim Crawford. Allied Churches is a homeless shelter and food pantry which also provides job and education services. The Times-News says Crawford confirmed her termination in a statement on Wednesday, referencing Allied Churches' financial challenges.

First floor of Park Place still vacant

8/2/16 2:23pm

As on-campus apartments fill up with students ahead of the start of classes, the first floor of Park Place — the newest Elon University lodging complex — is not. For months now, there have been lingering questions about which retail shops will occupy the bottom floor of Park Place. As of early August, the Burlington Times-News reported the owners of the Saxpahaw General Store are discussing making the ground floor of Park Place on Haggard Avenue their second store and restaurant location.

Students safe after shooting threat in D.C.

7/29/16 5:01pm

WASHINGTON, D.C.-- Twelve Elon students experienced a close call after a potentially fatal shooting on Sunday night around 11:30 at the George Washington Center Residential & Academic Facility at NoMa. According to senior Steven Armendariz, the building's fire alarm sounded shortly after 11:30 PM.

Elon Poll Director leaving university

5/21/16 10:23am

After four years of working as the Director of Elon Poll and as an Assistant Professor of Political Science, Kenneth Fernandez is moving to Las Vegas for family reasons. “It really is just family driving me there,” Fernandez said.

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