n the intimate setting of the Gender and LGBTQIA center, surrounded by students President Connie Book held a talk about LGBTQIA issues on campus. The talk last from 7 to 8 p.m. tonight and President Book focused on listening to the students there and asking what they would like to see from the University in terms of LGBTQIA awareness and advancement.
Phoenix Fusion is a two-day event themed around diversity on Elon’s campus. It gives admitted high school seniors from diverse backgrounds the opportunity learn about the diversity of the campus, the academic programs, and students life. Students who attended the event have the opportunity to spend the night with a current student, tour the campus, and participate in various activities.
Elon Poll released today that a large majority of K-12 teachers in North Carolina think teachers should not be armed in schools.
Immediately after their first assignment which brought them to College Place with a van load of ten students at 11 p.m. on Thursday. Safe Rides’ operators senior Dan Ford and sophomore Remy Benzel were on Lebanon Avenue waiting for their next assignment discussing what would happen if Safe Rides didn’t exist.
The double sided chalkboard sits right outside of Pandora’s and every couple of days features a new witty slogan, about pizza, beer, or their specials. Brittney Tillman is the brains behind the sign. Brittney has been working at Pandora’s for the past six years and decided to take on the task of designing the chalkboard herself.
Tears were shed by both students and staff alike as Doug Arms, an InterVarsity staff member, gave his final address before leaving for a sabbatical he will not return from. In December, Arms announced through a video shared with IV members, that he had been asked by the Elon University chaplains to step down from his position permanently.
Two of Burlington's three mayoral candidates will move on to the final elections after today's primary election. The three candidates, Celo Faucette mayor pro tem, Craig Deaton local business owner and Ian Baltutis, current mayor, have varying levels of political experience.
Students displaced from their Park Place apartments have started to move back in. According to University Communications, eight of the 19 apartments impacted by the mold and mildew have been cleaned and approved for use, and by Sept. 30, all of the affected apartments will be ready to live in again.
Eight Park Place apartments have been cleaned and approved for use, and by September 30th, all of the affected apartments will be ready to live in again, according to University Communications.