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The Boil Water Notice for City of Burlington water customers is now lifted, which applies to Elon University’s main campus, the towns of Elon and Gibsonville and other surrounding communities. Tests on water samples have come back clean and no E. coli is present in the City’s water distribution system.
Updated as of July 15, 2021 at 5:46 p.m. to include additional information regarding downtown restaurants.
Elon University Campus Recreation and Wellness plans to begin the 2021-2022 academic year with a new outdoor fitness center, no reservation times and no group fitness class fees.
Updated as of June 25, 2021 at 2:39 p.m. to include video.
Correction: The floor in Mill Point Building 471 had structural damage. A previous headline said the floor collapsed, rather than had structural damage. Elon News Network regrets this error.
Elon has a goose problem. It’s not that the fowl act overly foul, but take a gander around the university and you’ll see — and possibly smell and step in — their presence at the various campus lakes.
From a screened-in porch on the second floor of an off-campus apartment building, Burlington-based folk band Love & Valor prepares to play its set on Elon Tiny Dorm.
Alternative spring break programs typically take place as far as eight hours away from campus, but this year, participating students ended their weekend with a campfire at Alumni Gym.
“The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin” taught cast members the joy that can be found in tough moments and taught the community the joy that can be made in new experiences.
The 2021 Black History Month Dance Concert came with long hours of rehearsal and conversations that left dancers in tears of mixed emotions.
Elon University's performing arts department has postponed their white caucus to later this month after students urged department chair Lauren Kearns and other faculty to rethink the event. This follows the cancellation of a similar event hosted by the School of Education.
“Anyone can cook” may be the main message of the Pixar movie “Ratatouille,” but anyone can also create a Broadway production on a social media platform, as demonstrated by a TikTok trend that made its way to a virtual stage.
The Martha and Spencer Love School of Business at Elon University will require students to use a Windows computer for all business classes beginning in the fall of 2021.
Students who are registered to vote in North Carolina and plan on casting a ballot in-person on Election Day need to know a few details before they head to voting booths.
Today is the first day of early voting in North Carolina. Hundreds of voters have been lining up at Holly Hill Mall,the closest early voting location to Elon University of the five different locations in Alamance County.
Each building in the Historic and East Neighborhoods welcomed approximately four families every half hour this morning. Move-in for the class of 2024 is off to a slow start because of restrictions from the coronavirus, but residents and staff are excited.
Within a few weeks, owner Michaelle Graybeal’s apparel business All That JAS — a longtime staple of downtown Elon — went from having a steady crowd of college students shop inside daily to temporarily closing its doors due to the coronavirus pandemic. Graybeal stayed calm when students left for Spring Break but the news hit her and the business hard when she realized they wouldn’t be returning.
Miles Caraballo, an Elon junior, was sitting at home in April when the idea of creating a virtual choir came to him.
Typically three times a week, the branches of the Alamance County library system hold storytime. Filled with stories, songs and other activities, caregivers and children gather for a program the libraries use to encourage literacy and build community.
The Elon School of Communications hosted a panel on March 4 titled "Media and the Culture of Shame."