April marks the beginning of Sexual Assault Awareness Month and many different organizations have joined together for the cause, including the Department of Health Promotion, SPARKS peer education, Elon Feminists, I Am That Girl, the Iota Psi chapter of Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, One Love, CrossRoads Sexual Assault Response & Resource Center and Family Abuse Services.
Elon, North Carolina, home to Elon University, has never been named one of the “best college towns in America,” but residents do not think the relationship between the school and the town is lacking.
The North Carolina General Assembly’s law banning the use of social media by registered sexual offenders has stirred up both local and national controversy.
Alumni gym was filled with love as friends, family, students and staff all gathered to celebrate the life of former Elon president J.
President Emeritus J. Earl Daneiely was a fixture at Elon University for more than 60 years.
Senior Michael Goldstein didn’t hide the frustration in his voice, disheartened by the recurring problems that face Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) and the lack of solutions proposed by those involved and not. He’s heard them all before. Fraternities and sororities aren’t as inclusive and diverse as they should be. Only a handful of members are committed to changing the culture. And not every organization holds itself to as high a standard as others.
Nearly 100 people on Thursday attended SGA’s second town hall, which discussed the presence of Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) at Elon University. Key issues raised included the disconnect and misperceptions of FSL from those not involved, a lack of unity within the three councils that make up FSL and a resistance by some members of FSL to change some of the culture.