People poured into the office of the Rev. Phil Hardy, pastor at Life’s Journey United Church of Christ in Burlington.
It was a good night for North Carolina Republicans. North Carolina Speaker of the House Thom Tillis came out on top in one of the nation’s closest Senate races two and a half hours after Republican Mark Walker earned a seat in the U.S.
As Matt Cesari walks onto campus as an Elon University student for the first time on Friday, he will be a part of history.
There’s a new bar coming to downtown Elon, albeit with a much different flair than West End Terrace or Taphouse. The Oak House, a coffee, wine and craft beer lounge, is slated to take the space on North Williamson Avenue that originally housed Town Table.
For a majority of the residents in the William R.
The Town of Elon released its first downtown master plan two weeks ago. The plan calls for an eight-block change to the downtown area bordered by Williamson and Manning Avenues to the east and west and Haggard and Lebanon Avenues to the north and south. The proposal plans for 10 mixed-use buildings to house retail and restaurants on the first floor and offices or residential space on the top floors.
The Town of Elon has proposed a new revitalization plan that would restructure the eight-block area known as downtown Elon. The plan calls for the construction of 10 mixed-use buildings, six residential buildings, an office space and a civic/hospitality space. The first floor of the mixed-use buildings will house retails and restaurants, while the upper floors will serve as either offices or residential spaces depending on the building.
Kate McKinnon, a cast member for “Saturday Night Live,” will perform at 8:30 p.m. Feb. 19 at Elon University’s McCrary Theatre. McKinnon debuted as a cast member on “Saturday Night Live” April 2012, becoming the third openly gay cast member in the show’s 38-year history.
On Monday night, Elon University hosted a public forum in McKinnon Hall on the issue of poverty in the United States, North Carolina and Alamance County.
I’ve never been one to look too much into my grades. As a communications student, I’m more worried about my standings in organizations and landing good internships than studying for a test on the influence of guilds in the 19th century.
Mary Carillo, a former professional tennis player and current sports analyst for NBC, CBS and Tennis Channel, will deliver the Commencement address at Elon University on May 24, 2013.
Since coming out to my friends freshman year, I have been fortunate enough to never have faced adversity for my sexuality. I’ve led as normal a life as any struggling journalism major can lead, and I have never been called the F-word, “queer,” “limp wrists” or any other derogatory name.