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The 2019-2020 school year officially began on August 19 in Schar Center as President Connie Book welcomed faculty and staff back to campus with her annual opening address. The address focused heavily on the strategic plan for the next decade, which will be finalized and named in the fall.
Aswani Volety has been named the next provost of Elon University, following the departure of Steven House. Volety most recently served as the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and executive director for the Center for Marine Science at the University of North Carolina Wilmington.
A picture-perfect day greeted Elon University's class of 2019 as they walked from Alumni Gym to Under the Oaks and faced the Alamance Building one last time as undergraduates Friday, May 24. But the class was missing a part of its family.
Updated May 24, 10:53 p.m.
Update May 16, 11:10 a.m. – Power has been restored to Danieley I. The power was off for more than 53 hours.
On Monday, May 13, a National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) officer made the recommendation to the NLRB Regional Officer to overrule an objection filed by Elon University against the Service Employees International Union, Workers United Southern Region (SEIU)-backed push for non-tenure-track faculty members to unionize at Elon. The university and SEIU will have one week to respond to the recommendation.
Elon police reported around 1:25 a.m. on April 24 they responded to an incident at 1291 Elon Crossing Drive. This address is located in a mobile home development about a mile from campus. No students were involved in the incident.
Updated 4:54 p.m.
Update 12:40 p.m. – Due to inclement weather forecasted for the area, Elon's Holi celebration has been rescheduled again for Friday, May 3 at 4 p.m. The headline of this story has been updated to reflect this change.
The initial headline indicated that Sylvia Hatchell had been fired. She resigned. The headline has been updated to reflect this change.
Correction 10:31 a.m. – A school cannot take away a scholarship from a student-athlete until after the academic term they have entered the transfer portal. Student-athlete cannot lose their scholarship during a term in-progress. Wording in paragraphs five and six have been updated to reflect this correction.
Elon University men’s basketball head coach Matt Matheny has been fired following an 11-21 (7-11 in CAA) season. Matheny coached 10 years for the Phoenix — five years in the Southern Conference and five years in the Colonial Athletic Association. Matheny will leave Elon with an overall record of 151-169. This comes days after three players entered their names into the NCAA Transfer Portal with hopes to leave Elon.
Correction issued at 7:46 p.m. – The NCAA Transfer Portal does not guarantee a player will transfer. Wording in the headline and paragraphs one and five have been changed to reflect that.
The Elon University women’s basketball team’s ferocious fourth-quarter comeback fell short in the first round of the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament 77-75 to the Hofstra University Pride.
For the fourth time in a row, Elon University men’s basketball saw its season end in the first round of the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Tournament in North Charleston, South Carolina. This season ended at the hands of the University of North Carolina Wilmington Seahawks, a team Elon had beaten twice earlier in the year.
Elon University women’s basketball will trek north to Newark, Delaware to attempt a second-straight defense of their Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) title on Wednesday. The Phoenix enters the bracket as the No. 8 seed and is set to square off with the Hofstra Pride in its first-round matchup.
Elon University men’s basketball fell for the fourth straight year in the first round of the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Tournament in North Charleston, South Carolina. This year, it was at the hands of the University of North Carolina Wilmington 93-86.
Elon University men’s basketball trails the University of North Carolina Wilmington 46-38 at halftime in the first round of the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament in North Charleston, South Carolina.
It’s March, which means conference tournaments are here for men’s basketball across the country. The Elon Phoenix is in Charleston for the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Tournament and the stakes are clear for what these games mean for the Phoenix: win four games in four days and the team reaches the NCAA Tournament, lose, and the Phoenix goes empty handed and it is the end of the road for the four seniors on the team. Before dreaming of dancing with the big schools, Elon University men's basketball has to pass its first test Saturday afternoon against the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.
In front of a crowd of 3,623 fans, four senior men’s basketball players walked out to center court of Schar Center with loved ones in tow to be honored for their commitment to the program. Greeted with flowers, plaques and an embrace from head coach Matt Matheny, forward Tyler Seibring, guard Steven Santa Ana, forward Karolis Kundrotas and guard Sheldon Eberhardt got set for their last home game of their Elon University careers.