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While exposure to the outside world has been limited during the COVID-19 pandemic, students with autism face a new set of challenges that have been exacerbated by fluctuating measures regarding hybrid instruction in the Wake County School System. Approximately one year after the onset of the pandemic, parents with students in special education programs still find themselves left behind by Wake County.
Gen. David Thompson, the recently-appointed vice chief of space operations for the United States Space Force spoke on Thursday to Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps programs across North Carolina during a lecture at North Carolina A&T State University.
As Elon University returns to in-person instruction, students and staff are bracing themselves to enforce accountability within the Elon community during a pandemic.
In Kansas, more than 1,100 miles away from Elon’s lofty oak trees and southern charm, Wichita Collegiate School junior Kathryn Sharp is still considering her options.
After being hired by Elon University last June, Rabbi Sandra Lawson has explored the meaning of inclusion on Elon's campus through her intersectional approach. Because of her experience outside of religion and her transition to becoming a spiritual leader, Lawson's self-creation of her own meaning of Judaism has influenced her approach toward Elon students, faculty and the community.
On a Sunday morning late last semester, more than 20 Elon University students and faculty linked arms in solidarity during the final blessing at Elon First Baptist Church (EFBC). Flashes of maroon and gold bounced across the room alongside flecks of Carolina blue as the majority of the congregation sported a myriad of college apparel. College Day, EFBC’s annual celebration of higher education, is a Sunday service dedicated to emphasizing relationships with Elon and other neighboring collegiate institutions.
During their first business meeting of the academic year, SGA discussed upcoming preparations for homecoming, including a projected $4,000 budget to cover all costs of events throughout the week.
New students eagerly moved in to the Colonnades Neighborhood this morning. Starting at 7:30 a.m., orientation leaders and resident assistants welcomed the new Elon families in the neighborhood parking lot and helped with check-in, carrying boxes and pushing blue carts. In the Colonnades quad, music was playing, and cornhole boards were set up on the lawn. Terry Tomasek, the faculty director in the Colonnades Neighborhood, greeted new residents in her “T-Room” in Staley Hall and served tea, cookies and other refreshments.
From inflatable obstacle courses to reusable T-shirts, this year’s Colonnades Carnival emphasized bringing the Elon community together under the pillars of sustainability and innovation.
In March, Turner Theatre received a budget of $25,000 from Elon University to continue its operations, according to Bryan Baker, director of multimedia projects and theater manager.
On Jan. 9, 2018, the federal district court ruled against the North Carolina legislature’s motion to redraw 13 congressional districts. This is the first time that the federal court has ruled against gerrymandering on a partisan basis. Jessica Carew, assistant professor of political science, explains the federal district court’s decision to redraw the North Carolina congressional map.
In the 2016 election, 50.4 percent of students in over a thousand secondary-level institutions voted, according to the National Study of Learning, Voting and Engagement (NSLVE).
It’s been more than six months since the East campus gym was demolished, but three residential halls will take its place by August 2018.
This year, several humanities departments saw declining enrollment trends continue, but faculty members said this has not affected their view on the value of a liberal arts education.
Divya Dewan planned her sophomore year based on her freshmen year experience. She knew she wanted to live in the same Living and Learning Community (LLC), Leaders in a Global World.