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Jose Alex Reyes, an incoming freshman and Odyssey Scholar at Elon University, participated in the “It Takes A Village” Project since he was in first grade. The “It Takes A Village” Project is a program where Elon students and other volunteers provide tutoring services to K-12 students in the Alamance-Burlington School System.
Senior Nikki Gupta has not seen her parents in almost two years. When she graduates, her parents, who moved to India from China last year because of the coronavirus pandemic, will not be able to attend. India is currently under lockdown due to a rise in cases of COVID-19.
Correction: The Student Government Association responsible for the art exhibit in Moseley Center is the Student and Iconic Art Committee. Previously the committee was referred to as the Student Art and Iconic Committee. Elon News Network regrets this error.
Wendy Williams grew up with a tenacious curiosity about caring for plants and trees. During high school, Williams took a class on horticulture, where she quickly realized she wanted to work with trees and plant life.
The Alamance County Commissioners unanimously approved a 12-month moratorium on the land development plan for Snow Camp at their March 1 meeting. The moratorium gives the commissioners additional time to finalize the land development plan and reconsider zoning in Snow Camp.
Updated Feb. 17, 2021, at 2:14 p.m. to include additional information on budget allocations.
The Alamance County Board of Commissioners passed a motion to approve the lease of an indoor space to be used as a COVID-19 vaccination site on Feb. 1. The indoor space is 25,000 square feet and is located at 2401 Eric Lane Burlington, NC.
Nick Gozik will start his new role as dean of global education at Elon University on Jan. 25 after a two year search following former dean Woody Pelton’s retirement.
Craig Turner, first vice chair of the Alamance County GOP, was elected by the Alamance County GOP executive committee at a virtual meeting on Jan. 21 to fill Amy Galey’s vacant seat on the Alamance County Board of Commissioners.
The Alamance County GOP executive committee — made up of 44 party officers, elected officials and members — will vote on a candidate to fill ex-county commissioner Amy Galey’s vacant seat on the Alamance County Board of Commissioners on Jan. 21.
In 2018, senior Kylee Smith spent the summer interning at Refugee Resettlement, a group which responds to humanitarian crises and helps individuals displaced by international conflict. While there, she was able to build intercultural relationships with Muslim refugees and assist them with adjusting to life in the United States. Smith’s experiences working with refugees shaped her curiosity in learning about the culture of Muslim majority nations and inspired her to research migrants’ process of acculturation to the United States.
Ricky Hurtado has won the race for District 63 of the North Carolina House of Representatives.
Democrat Ricky Hurtado is facing off against Republican incumbent Stephen Ross for a seat in the North Carolina House of Representatives.
After classes moved online for last spring due to the coronavirus pandemic, Vital Signs, a coed a cappella group, decided to host a virtual concert and dedicate the performance to six senior members who had missed participating in an in-person concert. Junior Alexa Lugo, the president of Vital Signs, and junior Miles Carabello, the music director of Vital Signs, teamed up to write a song to honor the seniors.
Junior Mac Lengyel and other students at Elon University’s Gender and LGBTQIA Center recently started the podcast SexualiTEA. The podcast focuses on discussing the intricacies of gender and sexuality along with sharing the stories of Elon students, faculty, staff and alumni.
Allied Churches of Alamance County’s homeless shelters have not reported a single coronavirus case. When he mentioned it out loud, Executive Director Jai Baker said he hoped he wouldn’t jinx it.
Over 800 Meals on Wheels volunteers are traveling around Alamance County to deliver meals to seniors, families, and other individuals who are currently homebound due to the coronavirus pandemic. Social distancing and isolation has created an increased need for residents to receive meals and aid.
Freshman Maddie Shosten was on a photo shoot with a high school senior in Georgia, searching for a bamboo forest she had seen on TikTok. While exploring, she realized she had walked six miles too many. Although she got lost finding the bamboo forest, she loved the spontaneous feeling from the adventure.