Final exams are quickly approaching at Elon University, and Belk Library is bracing itself for a barrage of students who will be living there in every available study spot. The lack of space and solitude for an individual to study in peace can be rather irritating. There is a need for quiet studying spots, and Elon University has several available outside of the cramped confines of the library.
Micah Spoerndle, from Wadsworth, Ohio, is a news senior reporter of The Pendulum. She is majoring in International Business and minoring in French. Micah enjoys tap dancing, listening to Ed Sheeran, reading as many novels as possible, and writing articles about the day-to-day events going on at Elon.
Come August 2016, juniors and seniors will be moving into the new apartments next to Skid’s Restaurant on Haggard Avenue.
Joni Tevis, a nonfiction writer who visited Elon University Wednesday in Johnston Hall, recognized Elon University's nonfiction contest winners and read samples of original work.
Four cases of sexual offenses were reported in the Elon University Annual Security Report for 2014.
In McKinnon F during the second Session of SURF presentations, five students discussed their research having to do with the subject of business.
Inter-Residence Council (IRC) and SPARKS held an educational trivia night Thursday about sexual awareness. Instead of IRC’s normal bingo nights, it decided to participate in Sexual Assault Awareness month by informing students about sexual health through trivia questions and prizes.
Robert F. Darden visited Elon University Monday to give a talk about the progression and history of gospel music.
The Elon Community Church’s 125th anniversary will be this Tuesday April 19, and it celebrated this milestone at its 10:30 am worship service the Sunday before. This United Church of Christ (UCC) was chartered in 1891, a few years after Elon College's founding.
Members of the Elon community lined up on a blue tarp spread across Young Commons Friday afternoon in preparation for this year’s Holi celebration. On the count of three, colorful clouds exploded across Young Commons as participants heaved paint into the air.
The ability to attend Elon University or any college in general is a privilege, but what truly highlights this privilege is the prevalence of homelessness and food insecurity surrounding campus. Feeding America’s 2015 research showed that 16.7 percent of Alamance County’s population is food-insecure.
The SGA-funded Liberal Arts Forum had its second guest speaker this spring, Eunique Jones Gibson, visit Whitley Auditorium Tuesday to discuss the founding of her campaign, “Because of Them, We Can."
Elon Day 2016 commenced at 9:40 a.m. today in front of the Alamance Building with a special College Coffee.