Elon University has denied that former professor Michael Rodriguez, who is Hispanic, was discriminated against during his time as a faculty member in response to a lawsuit Rodriguez filed claiming that he “was wrongfully and intentionally discriminated against by Elon in his employment based on his national origin and race.”
Freshman Molly Offstein’s incident has prompted a discussion about campus-wide road safety. In light of this 7:30 a.m.
At the one-year anniversary of House Bill 2, Elon University has just begun to realize the breadth of the impact of this controversial bill. Despite the university’s choice to distance itself from the legislation, the university has not been able to completely avoid the fallout. From SGA members, student-athletes, prospective students and students fighting to find their voices, many has been affected in one way or another. Bit by bit, actions have replaced words.
Slow but steady progress on the 42 recommendations from The Presidential Task Force on Social Climate and Out-of-Class EngagementBy Meg Malone | 2/4/17 3:34pm
Last year, 29 members of Elon University’s student-body, faculty and staff brainstormed a list of 42 recommendations to increase student involvement in academic, social and intellectual activities.
Elon students have made plans to be in Washington for the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump Jan. 20 and the Women’s March on Washington Jan. 21.
Pamela Moffitt, program assistant in the Department of English, passed away suddenly Dec. 1. She began working for the department in August, just a few short months ago, but she will be remembered fondly by her colleagues.
President Emeritus J. Earl Daneiely was a fixture at Elon University for more than 60 years.
RALEIGH — Just after midnight Wednesday morning, Republican North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory and his wife, Ann McCrory, took to the stage at Raleigh Marriott in Crabtree Valley, North Carolina, to address his eager and anxious supporters.
Food provider Aramark released its plan to request that their suppliers change the living conditions and butchering practices of broiler chickens to meet humane standards on Thursday, Nov. 3. This plan, published in response to a national campaign by The Humane League, requests that its suppliers' operations be changed by 2024 at the latest.
Halloween is expected to be filled with more treats than tricks, according to local law enforcement authorities, but Town of Elon Police Chief Cliff Parker had some advice to offer students in light of recent events: Avoid creepy clown costumes. “While it’s not illegal for somebody to dress that way ... it could cause issues,” he said.
Kathleen Parker, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for The Washington Post, shared her opinions regarding the upcoming presidential election at the annual Baird Pulitzer Lecture at 7:30 p.m.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton held a rally Tuesday afternoon at Wake Technical Community College in Raleigh to discuss the importance of building an equitable economy and increasing voter turnout.
Bryan Stevenson, lawyer, activist, founder of the Equal Justice Initiative and author of Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption, the Elon’s 2016-17 Common Reading selection, spoke to students about injustice and inequality on Sept. 15.