Roughly 40 students and faculty gathered in the Great Hall of Global Commons to listen to President Connie Book speak and to ask her questions during a fireside chat March 26.
The velvet red curtain opens to reveal an empty black stage. There’s complete silence. A few seconds pass and a light beams from above on to a single dancer draped in royal blue, with mysterious fog lingering in the background. Abby Corrigan lifts her head and stares into the audience. This is Echoes.
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.
Valentine’s Day is typically celebrated with chocolate, heart-shaped candies, and letters from loved ones. But, one group on campus is celebrating Valentine’s Day by raising awareness to sexual violence.
Though “Baby” takes place on a college campus, the storyline is not one typical of college life. This musical tells the story of three couples’ unexpected pregnancies.
In the wake of the announcement of Elon's ninth president, Connie Ledoux Book, President Leo Lambert spoke at a town hall meeting on Thursday night sponsored by the Student Government Association. Lambert expressed his nostalgia that came with the announcement, as well as his sheer thrill for Book.
A urinal was ripped from the wall in Smith residence hall, the all-male freshman dorm in Historic Neighborhood. The incident occurred early Saturday morning in a communal bathroom on the first floor. As a result, the hall was flooded with approximately three inches of water. Dehumidifiers and fans lined the first floor as part of early cleanup measures.