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Twelve Elon students and alumni have been selected as semifinalists for the 2023-24 Fulbright U.S. Student Program. The Fulbright Student Program provides students, recent graduates and graduate students opportunities to study, research and work around the world.
As this year’s artistic director for Elon University’s all-Black cabaret, “The Moment,” senior Zion Middleton was inspired by his experience participating in the performance’s 2020 iteration, but he wanted to transform the annual production into something that can evolve with the changing needs of Elon’s Black community. This year’s “The Moment” is based on the theme of an oasis and safe space for Black artists to engage with their craft, creativity and community.
Updated as of 1:21 a.m. on Nov. 9, 2022 to include voting data.
Brad Salmon, a North Carolina native, currently serves as a district court judge for North Carolina District 11, a position he was appointed to by Gov. Roy Cooper in November, 2021.
Elon University Campus Safety and Police is set to conduct a test of the outdoor alarm system and the emergency alert systems at 9:45 a.m. Oct. 18.
Mediterranean Deli, in downtown Elon, announced it was closing permanently in August, but the location has yet to be filled.
Mike Wiley, the North Carolina-based actor and playwright of the one-man show “Dar He: The Story of Emmett Till,” said Till’s story — and the gruesome images of his open casket funeral — were catalysts for many famous civil rights activists of the late 1950s and early ’60s. The play recounts the true story of a 14-year-old Black child from Chicago who, on a trip through the Mississippi Delta in 1955, was abducted, tortured and lynched after allegedly whistling at a white woman.
The current landscape of American healthcare focuses too much on pills and procedures and not enough on lifestyle, according to Dr. Robert Sallis, a family and sports medicine physician and the first guest in Elon University ’s 2022-23 Speaker Series lineup.
Fizz, a new anonymous social media app that has found its way onto Elon’s campus, was coined the “anti YikYak,” by its co-founder Teddy Solomon. The app, which launched on Aug. 23 for Elon students, allows users to post text, photos, gifs, memes, and polls, as well as message other users anonymously.
For sophomore Caroline Baulig, the additional and often mandatory purchase of a meal plan makes the timely convenience of dining halls a monetary inconvenience.
Incoming Elon freshman Aaron Chan was awarded $1,500 by the Negative Population Growth Annual Essay Scholarship Contest. Chan, from Garner, North Carolina, wrote his essay about how population growth affects the ecological footprint and biocapacity of the United States.
For Dave Wright, the playwright and director of the Paramount Acting Company’s newest original play “The Last Boomer on Earth,” the show is a walk down memory lane.
The town of Green Level will host its second annual “Juneteenth: A Celebration of Freedom” event June 19. The event will feature a live band, fireworks and a variety of food trucks, vendors and community organizations.
For sophomore Sophia Kotelly, Monday nights were for gathering with her group of friends and going to Andy’s Frozen Custard for a beginning of the week “pick me up.” Kotelly said she discovered Andy’s during her freshman year when COVID-19 forced her group of friends to be creative about how they would spend their time. Andy’s was voted “Best Sweet Treat” by the Elon community,
Senior Grace Badger knew she wanted to study abroad in Italy from the moment she stepped on campus. But when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, her experience was delayed. When she was finally able to go to Florence this fall, she was met with a city rich in culture, history, food and art.
Elon University sophomore Samantha Katz spent over 14 years using different treatments to combat hair loss due to alopecia, but at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, she decided to go completely bald. At the same time, Katz decided to start a YouTube channel to spread information, tips and tricks for those living with alopecia.
For Ashley Phipps, director of the Gallery Players production of “Cinderella,” the experience of watching actors come together, creating bonds and being a part of a creative process has been the most exciting aspect of returning to live theater.
Elon University’s 2020-21 Student Government Association held its final senate dinner to celebrate the end of their term.
Updated March 19 at 7:41 p.m. to include the winners of the at large and academic relations councils.
Giving clothes a new life is how Elon University senior Lindsey Patterson describes her small business Faded Front Door. Patterson takes thrifted clothes and upcycles them through bleach dying, embroidery, cropping and much more.