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Elon freshman Maddie Milner wasn’t diagnosed with autism until May 2021 at age 16, when transitioning from private to public school proved difficult for her. But before her sophomore year of high school — during the COVID-19 lockdowns — Milner said she suspected she may be neurodivergent.
Updated as of 12:49 p.m. on Sept. 28 to include video of junior Tabby Spell.
In the first week of classes at Elon University, School of Law professor Sara Ochs uploads syllabi for her classes to Moodle.
Matthew Clanton ’18 remembers his reluctance toward singing in elementary school.
Elon sophomore Ryan Sease, one of the Merlefest attendees, grew up listening to bluegrass music with his father and fell back in love with it listening to Molly Tuttle’s cover of “Olympia, WA,” by Rancid. Since then, he’s listened to her music constantly.
Elon University’s Student Undergraduate Research Forum was held all day Tuesday. With no classes, students and faculty could visit oral presentations and poster sessions from students who completed or were almost complete with their respective research projects.
When junior Dejour Banks was in middle school, he took Spanish as one of his required classes, and found that he had a gift.
Elon University alumna Rosie Darling ’18 released a new indie-pop single, “Nail in the Coffin,” on April 21, along with a music video. The song is a collaboration with Swedish alt-pop artist Boy in Space that tackles the issue of how a relationship should end and what the last interaction should be, according to Darling.
The Office of Disabilities Resources welcomes a new face this week: Monica Isbell, formerly the disability services coordinator for Alamance Community College, will now serve at Elon University as the director of disabilities resources. The change comes after longtime director Susan Wise stepped down in September 2022.
In the wake of artificial intelligence developments like ChatGPT, Spotify announced it would join the artificial intelligence family with its AI DJ, a beta feature only available for Spotify Premium users in the U.S. and Canada.
Elon University junior Ryan Campbell wakes up at 7 a.m. each day and eats breakfast at 7:30 a.m. On March 28, he ate eggs and sausage at McEwen Dining Hall, but on some mornings, he just eats at his apartment in Oaks.
Whitley Auditorium brimmed with students, sounds and bright pink decorations as Elon sophomore Prahb Saini led Vital Signs in a set for the a capella group’s 10th annual Make-A-Wish concert Feb. 18. Once the musical mashup and intricate choreography came to an end, Saini ran off stage to continue mixing the rest of the show.
As soon as Eric Mulford graduated high school, he received his EMT certification. Shortly after that, he became a firefighter paramedic. Twenty two years later, he decided to attend nursing school at Elon University.
Updated as of Feb. 15, 2023 at 11:00 a.m. to include additional information about tickets, comments from SUB.
After being virtual for two years, the Black History Month Dance Concert is set to make an in-person comeback Feb. 24 and Feb. 25 filled with African drumming, multiple styles of dance and celebration of Black culture.
Elon University sophomore Lucas McKeown’s grandfather owns a farm in Mississippi called Thistle Ridge. Decades later, McKeown would found an ever-changing band of the same name.
On Elon University’s campus, a community has grown around the number of ‘The Bachelor’ viewers, and has only grown with the premiere of its 27th season Jan. 23, where tech executive Zach Shallcross, 26, is the leading man. Shallcross had his television debut on Season 19 of ABC’s ‘The Bachelorette’ with Rachel Recchia.
For the first time since January 2020, Elon University will be holding formal recruitment for its nine Panhellenic Association sororities fully in person. Recruitment in 2022 was hybrid due to COVID-19 and was fully virtual and held during the spring semester in 2021 for the same reason. Registration for recruitment was open to undergraduate full-time female students from Nov. 28 to Jan. 9. The final number of women registered for recruitment was declined to be shared with Elon News Network by Panhellenic Association adviser Alexis Swider.
Before leaving for college in 2018, Karissa Cline discovered she was pregnant with her first son at 18 years old.
Democrat Valerie Foushee has won the House of Representatives seat for North Carolina District 4 against her opponent, Republican Courtney Geels, winning 66.71% of the vote with all precincts reported as of 10:47 p.m.