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For Donna and Ralph Harwood, the global community is a small world. Though the married couple were both raised in South Carolina and have lived in the town of Elon for over 40 years, they have friends from all over the world — including international students at Elon University.
As senior Will Bruno walked to the front of McKinnon Hall on April 29, the room filled with cheers and applause. At Elon University’s 10th annual Lavender Graduation, Bruno was about to accept the Outstanding Graduate award.
Elon University stands to lose more than $269,000 after a corporate meeting venue, The Solution Center, declared bankruptcy. The university had given the center the money as an advance on rental space.
Freshman eco-rep Molly Ruiz considered herself a “rookie to sustainability” before coming to Elon.
Melissa Enoch spends her days at Trinity Counseling Services in Burlington, a substance abuse service center and education facility. But Enoch is not the one looking for assistance — rather, people are coming to her.
Freshman Allison Barnett will not be returning to Elon University in the fall.
When Dillan Bono-Lunn brought up the idea for the Public Policy Think Tank at a meeting, it was met with unanimous praise. The political science and policy studies professor presented the idea to the policy studies advisory board and credited the proposal to her advisee, junior Amaya Gaines.
Students, faculty and staff offered their thoughts and opinions on what Women's History Month means to them. Women's History Month, celebrated during the month of March, commemorates and encourages people to celebrate and study the role of women, according to the Library of Congress.
Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas was hospitalized with an infection on Friday, according to a press release Sunday. Thomas, 73, is expected to be released within days.
Junior Kennedy Boston knew her race was a big part of her identity when she was applying to colleges. At Elon University and other predominantly white institutions, Boston was acutely aware of how race would appear on her applications.
Updated as of Feb. 23, 2022 at 10:57 p.m. to include additional information regarding community reactions to lifting mask mandates.
Sophomore Jessie Cordwell gets about 30 emails a day. When she received one saying there were changes made to the student handbook, she skimmed it and went on with her day.
It wasn’t until I got to Elon that I realized not knowing how to drive would significantly hinder my life. Though I knew there wasn’t extensive public transportation or a walkable city like I was used to in New York, I figured I would just cross that bridge when I got to it. Well, I’m here now, and I’ve been standing on it for the past three semesters.
Updated as of Jan. 14, 2021 at 1:27 p.m. to include additional information from Elon University Chief of Campus Police Joe LeMire.
Elon University will require all students to receive and upload documentation of a COVID-19 booster vaccination by Jan. 31, 2022, or within seven days of being eligible to receive the booster, according to an email from Healthy Elon Committee Chair Jeff Stein. The email recommended that students try to get booster shots before Winter Term classes begin on Jan. 4, 2022.
As of 9:50 p.m. on Nov. 2, Alderwoman Emily Sharpe became the second woman to ever be elected Mayor of Elon.
Sylvia Muñoz was named assistant dean and director of the Center for Race, Ethnicity & Diversity Education on Wednesday, Oct. 6, after working four months in the interim position.
The freshman housing experience is often either a treasured or terrible memory for many college students, and it’s where students begin to find their first sense of community on campus. Elon University has eight residential neighborhoods, five of which are open to freshmen. These neighborhoods boast varying themes and traditions, creating the opportunity for students to bond and connect with one another.
Updated Aug. 18, 2021 at 2:09 p.m. to include information from a university spokesperson.
Correction: The president of NPHC's last name was spelled incorrectly. Elon News Network regrets this error.