Elon University works to improve levels of inclusivity on campus. Students will be the primary agents in shaping the future social climate.
Bryan Anderson, from Burlingame, California, is the Enterprise Manager for Elon News Network. He has declared a double major in Journalism and Media Analytics with minors in Leadership Studies and Political Science. In his spare time, he enjoys playing board games, sending out newsletters, and cheering on the Oakland Athletics and San Jose Sharks.
At a special college coffee Tuesday, Wes Elingburg P'11, Board of Trustees member and Chair of the search committee, spoke about the hiring process for a new president of the university. President Leo Lambert, who's served at Elon for 18 years, announced Monday he plans to step down. According to Elingburg, the committee will host meetings and forums on campus beginning in mid-March to get input from the community.
Trump's immigration ban poses significant challenges for university administrations.
Elon University has begun construction on a new parking lot next to the McMichael Building. The 165 new parking spaces will be used to accommodate business school expansion plans.
When President Donald Trump was sworn into office, silence swept through Elon students watching the inauguration ceremony.
A new study from the Equality of Opportunity Project shows a major socioeconomic divide at Elon University.
Nine in 10 Elon University residential students are on some sort of meal plan. Though the university seeks to provide its students with a wide range of quality food options, there is little financial incentive for students to buy in.
Michael Rich, an associate professor of law and the Maurice Jennings Emerging Scholar at Elon Law, died of cancer Wednesday morning, according to Elon University.
President-elect Donald Trump delivered an encore performance Tuesday night of the raucous rallies he brought to North Carolina during the 2016 campaign season.
"He lived a vibrant, vibrant life right up until the very end," Lambert said. For Lambert, Danieley was much more than a colleague. He was a mentor and a dear friend. "To have somebody who has had that experience and be your very good friend and adviser over 18 years just has meant so much to me," Lambert said. "I can’t even begin to form the words to tell you how much I’m gonna miss him."
It was early Thursday morning when I got a news tip about a hateful note written on whiteboard saying “Bye Bye Latinos Hasta La Vista.” Looking through Facebook posts of the image, I sourced the time and location of the message to Tony Crider’s 8 a.m. Global Experience course in Kivette Hall Room 100.
A note reading "Bye Bye Latinos Hasta La Vista" was found on a whiteboard in Kivette Hall Room 100 at Elon University this morning. It is unknown at this time who wrote the note.
Democratic Senate candidate Deborah Ross held a brief rally at Elon University this morning. Speaking to 30 students about the state of the race,
After an arduous year and a half of campaigning and a divisive presidential race, Election Day is finally here. This guide provides information you need to know about polling place locations, Elon University events and online resources for tracking results and making predictions.
President Barack Obama campaigned Friday afternoon in Fayetteville, urging voters to focus on the issues rather than partisan division.
While Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump offers minimal detail on his ideas about college affordability and debt, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is quite specific on what she would do to assist college students. Still, both candidates are vague about how they would fund their plans. I interviewed Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on July 25 and asked him what he would do as president to address concerns of college students.