Big plans are underway for the Burlington Animal Shelter in 2018 as the shelter has been in the planning period for a massive expansion and renovation for the past few years.
Brooke Wivagg, from outside of Washington, D.C., is a producer for Elon News Network. She is a broadcast journalism major with a double minor in psychology and leadership studies. After graduation, Brooke hopes to produce for a local news station. When she's not in class or preparing for her next show, Brooke is probably napping or watching Grey's Anatomy on Netflix.
Doug and Katie Arms announced in a video attached to an email to all IV members that Elon University's chaplains decided this academic year would be Doug's last year working with IV at Elon.
When the Class of 1967 graduated from Elon 50 years ago, Elon was still a college, the mascot was a Fighting Christian and Doctor J. Early Danieley was the president. Sandy Bergman Inman, a class of 1967 graduate, had not been back to Elon since her 10th reunion in 1977. Inman said when she stepped on campus for the first time in 40 years, she "could not believe how much it had changed."
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.
Elon's food provider, Aramark, is now the first major food service provider to commit to more humane conditions for broiler chickens. The company released an updated policy on Nov.
Elon University senior Marissa Costner is the face of the nationwide campaign for food provider Aramark to change some of its policies. Costner has been working alongside The Humane League, a nonprofit organization that aims to protect farm animals, to invoke a change in Aramark's treatment of animals.
Elon students distribute flyers outside Lakeside Dining Hall protesting Aramark's treatment of animalsBy Brooke Wivagg | 10/27/16 2:24pm
When Elon University students walked into Lakeside Dining Hall for lunch today, they were handed a pamphlet with the headline, "The Life of an Aramark Chicken." The front of the flyer featured a picture of an abused chicken. The pamphlets were being handed out by senior Marissa Costner and Humane League member Maddie Segal. "We are asking [Aramark] to change a few of their policies to make it better for animals," Segal said.
Sean Haugh is not you're typical politician because not only does he campaign around North Carolina, but he also delivers pizza in Durham.