Elon University announced June 20 that it hired Rabbi Sandra Lawson as its next associate chaplain for Jewish Life and the Jewish Educator at the Hillel at Elon. According to a Washington Post story posted in May 2015, the newspaper suggests Lawson could be the first black, lesbian rabbi in the world.
ENN projects that Ryan Watts will win the North Carolina's 6th Congressional district democratic primary.
Democrats Ryan Watts and Gerald Wong are going head-to-head in today's Democratic primary election. The winner will face Republican incumbent Mark Walker in the November general election.
Rochelle Ford visits campus for the first time since being named dean of the School of CommunicationsBy Jack Norcross | 4/24/18 3:41pm
On April 21, Rochelle Ford brought her kids down to see their new home: Elon, North Carolina. Moving from the frigid temperatures of Syracuse, New York, Ford will replace Paul Parsons as the new dean of Elon’s School of Communications.
Elon Junior Joesph Edgar Satterfield III has been suspended indefinitely from the Elon Baseball team for violation of team rules.
Rochelle Ford has been named the new Dean of the School of Communications. The selection comes after a five-month nation-wide search for the next dean to replace Paul Parsons, who announced in October he was going to return to teaching after being the founding dean of the school 17 years ago.
At his final Communications Advisory Board Luncheon, outgoing School of Communications Dean Paul Parsons was recognized for his service to the school.
The Elon community gathered in Alumni Gym for the 2018 Spring Convocation. Dr. Angela Duckworth was the featured speaker this year, speaking on how having grit and determination improves one's life.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was seen touring Elon’s campus on Friday morning. Goodell was touring the school with his family, including his wife, former Fox News anchor Jane Skinner.
The Town of Elon police is looking for information regarding an assault incident that occurred on E. Trollinger Avenue near the railroad tunnel early Monday morning at 12:49 a.m.
After announcing last February that he would be stepping down, President Leo Lambert is just two days away from officially beginning his year long sabbatical.
This month a new business fraternity has officially made its name on campus. Delta Sigma Pi is the latest fraternity to become officially recognized after a complex two-year process.