An inside look at how Connie Book became Elon's first woman president
Emmanuel Morgan, from Charlotte, is Managing Editor for Elon News Network. He is a Journalism major with minors in Marketing and Spanish. When Emmanuel is not writing, he enjoys working out and socializing with friends.
On Oct. 9, the Board of Trustees elected Connie Ledoux Book as Elon’s ninth president. Book served as provost of The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina. Her start date is March 1, 2018.
As Elon University wrestles with addressing DACA's implications, one Burlington "Dreamer" urges students to show solidarity
National and local experts refute Elon University's argument for secrecy, saying it should publicly announce the names of its presidential finalists.
The Phoenix won 19-17 in it's home opener. And in doing so,it beat a ranked Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) opponent for the second time in its last 21 tries
Elon soccer forward Elijah Agu said there's no other way to explain it. The pieces just didn't fall into place last year.
Bodenarain joins 57 other SGA presidents from around the country to address white nationalists rally over the weekend
She's awake, but her road to recovery is far from over. Elon University cross country runner Molly Offstein, who was struck by a car while jogging March 6, is now conscious after nearly four months of being in a medically induced coma, her father Evan Offstein wrote in a Facebook post.
Aside from the conferring of almost 1,400 degrees, Elon University's 127th Commencement ceremony yesterday saw two speeches partially spoken in Spanish, a New York Giants ballon strapped to a tassel, and a successful marriage proposal. It was anything but conventional. Headlined by Univision reporter Maity Interiano's '07 as the keynote speaker, the Emmy-winning journalist challenged the graduating Class of 2017 to be fearless, take chances, and embrace adversity. "More than ever we are seeing young people going after ther dreams," Interinano said.
Elon University President Leo Lambert knew when he announced he’d step down this year, he would embark on a journey of doing everything for the last time. During this year’s commencement, he’ll most likely be addressing the community for a final time as President. But while he said it will be an emotional day for him, he doesn’t want the attention.
As polarizing of a figure as NBA superstar LeBron James is in the realm of barbershop conversations and Twitter debates, President Donald Trump incomparably proved this past fall that he is the current "King" of divisiveness.
Nearly two decades ago, the Italian Supreme Court ruled against the survivor of a sexual assault simply because she was wearing jeans. In their minds, removing them was a two person effort, which made the sexual act consensual. Her attacker was set free. The global impact of the case has not been stifled in the time since. Elon University is no exception.
According to the latest Elon University Poll released on Wednesday, 49 percent of North Carolina respondents said that President Donald Trump is doing a worse job as president than President Barack Obama, while only 39 percent said Trump is outperforming his predecessor. The poll asked questions about voters' views of President Trump, his behaviors, and policies April 19-21.
Elon University sophomore Abhinav Nitesh knows he’s immensely outnumbered. According to the spring 2017 Registrar’s report, he’s one of only three Hindus at Elon, a speck compared to the hundreds of students who practice other religions.