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Senior dance major Caroline Boothe is presenting her choreography at this year’s fall dance concert in November. Boothe is one of many performing arts students who have not been able to perform live for over a year due to the coronavirus pandemic. But Boothe said she is more excited than nervous about the return to a live audience and to dance alongside her fellow dance majors.
Sophomore Julia Vide didn’t know she struggled with mental health until she came to college. When she arrived to the realization, she looked back and noticed mental health was never talked about at her high school.
Updated May 2, 2021 at 4:18 p.m. to include video.
Elon women’s soccer is preparing for its first appearance in the NCAA tournament since 1999 against a team the Phoenix have never played before, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.
Elon women’s soccer wins first-ever Colonial Athletic Association championship after defeating No. 1 seed in the south division, University of North Carolina at Wilmington 1-0, propelling the Phoenix to the NCAA tournament. The team had their fourth straight shutout win.
No. 12 Elon had yet to lose a game of women's lacrosse this season until today. On an overcast evening, the Phoenix fell to 3-8 Virginia Tech; the mood after the game was filled with frustration on the sidelines.
Elon head baseball coach Mike Kennedy described their season thus far as “inconsistent.”
Updated March 30 at 4:29 p.m. to include information from the CAA commissioner.
Elon women’s lacrosse has won five games straight, defeating teams both in and out of their conference such as James Madison University, Furman University and Radford University. Despite their 5-0 record, head coach Josh Hexter said the record does not matter when it comes to preparing to compete.
Elon University will begin administering Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines to students, faculty and staff on campus this Saturday by appointment, according to an email sent to those eligible to receive the vaccine. Any faculty and staff working in person or students with a qualifying medical condition have been notified if they are eligible to sign up for the vaccine.
Updated March 9, at 10:22 p.m. to include coverage of the postgame press conference.
Elon men’s basketball faces off against Drexel tonight in the Colonial Athletic Association championship game. If the Phoenix win, they’ll head to the NCAA March Madness tournament for the first time in program history. The winning team will also be crowned CAA champions, which would be another first for Elon’s program. If they lose, their season will be over.
Elon University football struggled to maintain their lead, resulting in a 20-17 loss against James Madison University in their first conference matchup of the season. Freshman and third-string quarterback JR Martin made his season debut, due to the first and second string both being out for injuries.
With a spring football season underway during the coronavirus pandemic, the Colonial Athletic Association has given guidelines to football teams on when games should be canceled or postponed due to COVID-19 infections.
Feb. 22 through 26 is National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, which will coincide with the sixth year of Campus Recreation and Wellness’ Love Your Body Week. Campus Rec is working in partnership with Counseling Services, Elon Dining, the Produce Box and several other sponsors to create a week of events to promote all aspects of loving one’s body mentally, physically and emotionally.
Updated Feb. 15, 2020 at 7:10 p.m.
Rhodes Stadium will welcome back fans during the coronavirus pandemic after Elon Athletics announced today that the stadium will operate at 7% capacity during the spring football season.
Following two postponed games, the Elon University men’s basketball team took the hardwood against the James Madison University Dukes at Schar Center for the first time since December in a Tuesday-evening Colonial Athletic Association matchup. The Dukes came out victorious 70-61 on the back of senior guard Matt Lewis’ 22 points.
After a six month search reviewing over 1,200 names as well as keeping in consideration Alamance County’s history in the textile industry, the owners of the Burlington Baseball team landed on the new name — the Burlington Sock Puppets.
Senior Kodi Garcia wakes up, showers, goes to class, meets with her adviser, heads to the gym for treatment, goes to practice, lifts, showers again and then goes to tutoring. If she has time, she then hangs out with her friends. This is another day not only in the life of a college student but as a senior on the volleyball team.