Maggie Brown

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Never Again Movement comes to Elon

2/28/18 11:13pm

"The national Never Again movement to stop school shootings came to Elon University’s campus tonight. Students Brendan Duff and Theresa Prayther, alumni of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School organized a vigil in honor of the 17 people who died at Parkland High School on Feb. 14. "

Elon Ball unites student body

2/10/18 11:36pm

SGA held its second annual Elon Ball last night in Global Commons. Last year, 900 students came to the event. But this year, over 1,200 students dressed up for a fun night filled with music, dancing, food and a red carpet. 

SGA opens up discussion about FSL

2/2/18 12:21am

Students took a close look at the positives and negatives of Fraternity and Sorority Life at Elon University during SGA’s open forum. Affiliated and unaffiliated students alike joined together to discuss what it means to be in FSL, why it is important to the culture of Elon and how the community can improve. 

Students gather to discuss problems in religion

1/5/18 12:27pm

Many different Christian organizations on campus joined together to sponsored the event Toxic Faith, an open discussion within the faith community about the role religion plays in people’s lives. Students from all across the religious spectrum were invited to join the conversation on battling what it means to have “toxic” faith. 

Local food bank asking for donations during the holiday season

12/6/17 7:35am

Allied Churches of Alamance County (ACAC) is the largest feeding program in the county, located less than 5 miles from Elon University’s campus. Their goal is to improve the community by helping residents find housing and secure meals.  Originally, ACAC began as a core group of churches pooling its resources to serve community better. But today, ACAC acts as its own nonprofit funded by more than 100 churches in the local community. 

Cheat Sheet: ‘It gets lost with everyone ... these are real people’

9/12/17 7:00pm

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals immigration policy was established by former president Barack Obama in June 2012. President Donald Trump rescinded the policy Sept. 5. Two days later, Trump tweeted, “For all of those (DACA) that are concerned about your status during the 6 month period, you have nothing to worry about - No action!” Now, the future is unclear for the thousands of people enrolled in this program.

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