An email sent to Elon University faculty and staff by Jon Dooley, vice president for student life, outlined new administrative changes for the division.
A state of emergency has been issued in Greensboro after a tornado ripped through the area Sunday. The National Weather Service confirmed that an F-2 tornado with 135 mph winds touched down in Greensboro, just 25 minutes west from Elon. The storm caused significant damages to homes and nearby schools and left one person dead after being hit by a tree while driving.
Vandalism damages to the first floor bathroom in Smith residence hall have exceeded $100,000, according to Jon Dooley, vice president of Student Life. Elon University is planning to charge all Smith residents $300 at the end of the semester.
The Lambda-Lambda chapter of Kappa Sigma fraternity at Elon received the Founders' Award of Chapter Excellence (FACE). The award recognizes outstanding chapter management, achievement, and program development in all areas of operation.
Hundreds of students packed in to the Moseley Student Center Sunday night for the second presidential debate. Students crowded into Moseley to watch the candidates face off again while enjoying cookies and brownies.
GREENVILLE, NC-- "You think Hillary gets crowds like this?" former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani asked the crowd at the Greenville Convention Center on Tuesday, where Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump touched upon many issues including national security, immigration, and Hillary Clinton's email scandal. "We will never fix our rigged system by relying on the people who rigged it in the first place," Trump said.