Elon alumna Alyssa White and freshman Logan Powers perform "Something to Believe In" from Burlington Paramount Theater's production of "Newsies."
Take a drive 20 minutes down the road from Elon into Graham, and you’ll find one family who spends all year getting ready for Christmas — no, not Mr. and Ms. Claus. The McMasters at 750 North Marye Drive are holding their annual Christmas light show.
Local children raise money for victims of Hurricane Florence
The Elon Police Department has a new officer on the beat, and he has four legs. Spartacus is a 2-year-old Dutch Shepherd from Mexico City whose strong work ethic and drive made him the perfect addition to the department.
Some students went through Florence with worry. Others thanked the hurricane for a brief vacation.
While thousands of students fled campus to avoid Hurricane Florence, some Elon students found other disasters. Gas explosions in Andover, North Andover and Lawrence, Massachusetts, damaged dozens of homes last week.
Several of Elon University’s international students will be remaining on campus during Hurricane Florence, which is now expected to make landfall as a Category 2 storm Friday morning.
As the conversation surrounding gun rights and safety headlines conversations in the national political climate, this debate is also playing out on Elon’s campus, as the bright red National Rifle Association flag hanging outside Smith Hall was removed by Residence Life last week.
A resident in Smith Hall hung an NRA flag out of his window, igniting emotions and debate on campus.
University President Connie Book stopped to chat with ENN in East Neighborhood during her first move-in day
Freshman Olivia Mubarek left what she calls her “little bubble” in Newtown, Connecticut, to move to East Neighborhood and be part of the first-ever group of students to move into these new residence halls.
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.