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Elon in LA, one of Elon’s Study USA experiences, allows students to explore the city of Los Angeles while continuing to earn credits for their major. Although the program is currently geared toward communications and performing arts majors, Director of Elon in LA Jason McMerty is looking to expand the program.
Elon University held a panel on Wednesday night discussing media, democracy and the importance of understanding threats to the press. The panel touched on a variety of topics relating to journalism and the media, looking at the consequences of social networks and finding reliable sources.
As a member of the Cherokee nation, freshman Lakota Grindstaff found a sense of community at Elon University through its year-old Native American Student Association.
Elon Police Department Sgts. Ditra Graves and Kendrick King are the first Black police officers promoted to sergeant in the town of Elon Police Department.
Elon’s Homecoming Court took the field at halftime of the Elon vs William and Mary football game on Nov. 2 to recognize their members. During the third quarter, Seniors Katherine Klinger and Derrick Luster were announced as this year’s Homecoming Royalty.
Strobe lights, screams and jump scares echoed through Harper Hall on Friday night. The Colonnades residence hall hosted its annual Haunted Harper event on Oct. 25, turning the four-story building into a full-on horror experience.
Fall break has officially begun at Elon University. Though things are beginning to slow down, this week gives anyone sticking around the area a great opportunity to see what the local community has to offer. Over the break, students, families and community members can find a number of upcoming fall events happening nearby. Check out these top picks to get yourself up and out the door before classes start again Monday.
Although the temperatures are starting to drop, October’s heat has been challenging in Alamance County.
The Gender & LGBTQIA Center celebrated its second annual Pride Fest on Friday, Oct. 11. This year's Pride Fest was planned on the same day as National Coming Out Day, a day where members of the LGBTQIA communities celebrate coming out, pride and each other.
Correction — Oct. 10 at 3:28 p.m. The article previously misstated that the approximate cost of the Inn at Elon was $27 million. It has been corrected to $23 million. Elon News Network regrets this error.
Elon’s Student Union Board (SUB) hosted a new fall festival Saturday night. The festival, titled ‘OAKtober Fest’ after the German ‘Oktoberfest’, featured live music, food, pumpkin painting, and s’mores.
The Alamance county GOP headquarters is filled with colorful lawn signs, ‘Make America Great Again’ posters and for tonight’s event: pink 'Women for Trump' apparel all spread out across tables.
President Connie Book addressed faculty, students and their families Saturday morning to talk about Elon’s accomplishments and goals for the university in the next decade. The president gave updates on the current strategic plan, recent accomplishments and the plan going forward.
Cuando no está surfeando, o en su apartamento en Danieley Neighborhood, Ignacio Alonso todavía está aprendiendo a navegar la vida universitaria — al igual que los demás 1,700 estudiantes de primer año en la Universidad.
When he’s not out on the surf or in his Danieley Neighborhood flat, Ignacio Alonso is still learning how to navigate college life — just like the other 1,700 freshmen on campus this year.
BURLINGTON — Situated in downtown Burlington, Barbara’s Hidden Treasures is a secret gem buried in Alamance County.
Elon University requires students to complete at least two out of five Experiential Learning Requirements: study abroad, research, service-learning, leadership or an internship.
On Monday, Sept. 16, the Center for the Arts hosted Mary T. Boatwright, a classical studies professor at Duke University to talk about her work regarding first and second century era Jewish revolts against the Roman Empire.
Updated: Tuesday, Sept. 10 at 8:41 p.m.