Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of ' archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query.
49 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
The Burlington Police Department announced Assistant Police Chief Alan Balog will be the department’s next police chief. Balog has been with the department for 11 years and works closely with current Police Chief Brian Long, who is retiring in June.
Ninety-eight students received their masters degrees and oak saplings at Elon University’s graduate commencement ceremony May 17.
As seniors prepare to graduate later this week, Jeff Stein, vice president for strategic initiatives, reminded the class of 2023 about their nontraditional four years at Elon. During the senior baccalaureate address, Stein encouraged students to embrace uncertainty after graduation — as they had to do when handling the COVID-19 pandemic.
Updated as of May 2 at 4:18 p.m. to include more information on Jason Todd Sauro's legal record, bond status and court appearance date.
May 1 is decision day for high school seniors. According to Vice President for Enrollment Greg Zaiser, as of noon May 1, 1,700 students have enrolled in the class of 2027.
Elon University junior Britt Mobley will be Student Government Association’s next student body president after winning 68.9% of the vote.
The two candidates for student body president and two candidates for vice president of finance answered student questions at Elon’s Student Government Association executive candidate forum Wednesday night in The Oak House.
Burlington Animal Services sees a number of cats and dogs enter and leave the shelter everyday. But recently, dogs have been entering faster than they’re leaving, and last week, the shelter announced it reached capacity.
Updated as of March 3 at 5:16 p.m. to include interviews with prospective students.
Gov. Roy Cooper honored National School Counseling Week at B. Everett Jordan Elementary, where 2023 national school counselor of the year Meredith Draughn works.
Elon University is preparing to roll back the COVID-19 dashboard, asymptomatic testing and weekly community health email updates by Jan. 31.
For Burlington resident Shannon Marshall-Hughes, Krav Maga is the key to unleashing her “inner lioness.” She opened Pink & Fierce, a women’s self-defense gym located in Burlington, to help other women do the same through martial arts.
Despite storm warnings and worries of canceled flights, Annmarie Dario flew up from Deerfield Beach, Florida, for Elon University’s 2022 Family Weekend on Friday morning. But when she landed, she found that her daughter, Abagale Dario, was without electricity and events for the rest of the day had been canceled.
Updated as of Sept. 30 at 2:27 p.m. to include comment from campus police.
Updated as of Sep. 8, 2022 at 11:12 p.m. to include additional student reactions.
Sophomore Izzy Jacobs wasn’t concerned about community COVID-19 spread when she arrived on campus last week. She moved into her residence hall, began classes and saw friends she hadn’t seen this summer.
For the past four years, professor of Arabic Shereen Elgamal enjoyed taking her students to Mediterranean Deli in downtown Elon to try different Middle Eastern cuisines and practice their Arabic.
The Elon University Infectious Disease Response Team created a webpage about the university’s response to monkeypox, according to an email from Dean of Students Jana Lynn Patterson. The webpage offers answers to frequently asked questions about how monkeypox could affect Elon’s campus.
Alamance County once again has high levels of community COVID-19 transmission. It is among half of North Carolina counties with high transmission, according to data from the state’s Department of Health and Human Services.
With Elon University’s freshmen move-in coming up on Aug. 19, new students may be experiencing a range of emotions. Amid packing for their first year of college, with a number of dates, details and things to get done, incoming students may easily forget some useful items.