You can lock up your bike because there's a new way to get around campus. Meet the hoverboard.
When it comes to motorcycle racing, there's nobody "badder" than grudge racers. "We the baddest motorcycles on the planet baby, we just pretty much the fastest of the fast," Rasheed Clark, the promoter for the Kings of Grudge said.
While Elon continues to focus on living and learning communities, one student and professor have teamed up to take this focus to the next level. Mobii is what students are calling a "tiny house" being built on the Loy farm.
Avery Steadman, figure skating enthusiast, accounting major, and newly elected SGA President. Steadman was raised in Buffalo, N.Y., where she acquired a passion for figure skating. "When we moved to Buffalo, I needed to get involved in something.
More than 60 Elon students went to the Four Seasons Mall in Greensboro for the annual Martin Luther King Jr.
Burlington's Director of Planning and Economic Development, Amy Nelson, discussed some of Alamance Crossing's current construction and future plans. "[Construction] encourages competition amongst stores, which keeps the prices low," Nelson said.
If you walk around the Global Commons, you may run into a new furry face on campus. While Luna may look like your average cat, she's actually a registered emotional support animal.