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Elon University sophomore Kennedy Boston sat by Lake Mary Nell watching a live stream recorded over 1,000 miles away in Minneapolis. She began crying after the verdict for George Floyd’s murder was announced.
In the last 50 years, the number of female athletes in college sports dramatically increased. However, women coaches are more underrepresented in women’s college sports than they were 50 years ago.
Elon women’s basketball will not be advancing in the 2021 Colonial Athletic Association championship. The no. 6 Phoenix lost to the no. 3 Dragons 65 - 59 in the quarterfinals.
The parallel wooden bars attached to the ceiling above Ityra Robinson’s massage table lay vacant for months. Robinson typically uses the bars to support herself while giving customers Ashiatsu massage — a type of massage in which she uses her feet. Her business, Grove Park Body Therapies, was deemed non-essential in an executive order signed by North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper in March, meaning it had to close down for 3 1/2 months during the coronavirus pandemic.
“Tobius” sits still, basking in the sunlight on the concrete driveway. It’s the same spot that Angus, Brutus, Marcus and Gus once sat, but they have new families.
There was pushback when Shaher Sayed and his community tried to acquire a building that once was a church.
Adrianne Mowry sits in a lawn chair at the Holly Hill Mall — an Alamance County early voting location — greeting voters and asking passerbys if they have voted. There is a sea of political paraphernalia: red and blue pickets line the walls, people wear candidate T-shirts and there is even a cardboard cutout of one candidate. Mowry stands out in this group because her T-shirt and signs are green.
Only a floor separates Elon University sophomore Chris Anderson and his friends. However, he said he feels like he cannot go visit them without breaking Elon’s “new mitigation measures” to prevent the spread COVID-19.
Elon University will return to social hiatus on Oct. 23 due to a recent spike in cases, according to an email update from Jeff Stein, chair of the Ready & Resilient committee. Some of the restrictions include prohibiting visitors in on campus housing, closing indoor seating in dining halls and suspending high risk club sports and intramural activities.
In nine of the past ten presidential elections, the Republican party candidate has won the state of North Carolina. President Barack Obama was the lone Democrat to take the state when he won it by 0.32% in 2008.
Elon University senior Alicia Powell had all the scores, grades and extracurriculars necessary to get into college, but she needed to find a school that was more than just a good fit. She needed to find a school that would support her financially, as Powell's mother got laid off while she was applying to colleges.
Whether they received nominations from the board or President Connie Book herself, members of the Elon University Board of Trustees are appointed and selected to serve four-year terms to further the university’s mission.
Starting at 5 p.m. on Sept. 25, all on-campus Elon University dining will be grab-and-go through Sept. 30, according to an email for the Chair of the Ready & Resilient Committee Jeff Stein.
Updated Sept. 20, 2020, at 4:34 p.m. to include a statement from Elon University administration.
With a cellphone, a cardboard box, a lens, some masks, a device that harnesses the power of a laser and a laser, it is possible to test how good a mask is at stopping water droplets from someone’s mouth, all for less than $200. A few weeks ago, a team of researchers at Duke University did exactly that.
Updated Sept. 15, 2020 at 10:32 a.m. to include video.
An email with the word “URGENT” in the subject will appear in a couple hundred Elon University students, faculty and staff inbox each week this fall. Those receiving this email from Jeff Stein, the chair of the ready and resilient committee, have been randomly selected for COVID-19 testing.
Marcus Smith died in Greensboro nearly two years ago after being hogtied by local police on the corner of Market and Church Street.