The sound of basketballs bouncing against hardwood floors in the Danieley Phoenix Activities and Recreation Center was replaced with booming music and an applauding audience Friday night at “Helping Hands United: A Benefit Concert for Caribbean Island Hurricane Relief.”
On Tuesday night the Elon Board of Alderman unanimously voted to approve a special-use permit and start construction on the new school.
Many college students may want to bring their pets to campus, but some students can if those pets are registered for emotional support. In 2012, Elon approved the first ever emotional support animal to live on campus. Five years later, 60 students have emotional support animals registered.
President Leo Lambert calls on members of Delta Upsilon to be positive leaders in the Elon community at their Fall InitiationBy Meagan Gitelman | 10/29/17 2:16pm
University President Leo Lambert urged members of Elon’s chapter of the fraternity Delta Upsilon to be positive leaders on and off campus when he spoke at their Fall Initiation on Oct. 27.
Active Citizen Series holds discussion Wednesday Night 'Listening Across the Aisle - How to Find the Truth Somewhere in Between'By Meagan Gitelman | 9/14/17 11:23pm
Over seventy students gathered Wednesday night to consider diverse viewpoints in politics and the news.
With a notebook and pencils in tow, a gun in his holster and handcuffs in his back pocket, Captain Brian Long is ready for the first day of class.
A petition for fall sorority recruitment has garnered nearly 150 signatures in the past two days.
It has been three weeks since Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States, but he has already made several controversial moves in appointing new cabinet members and instituting executive order.