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Prizes, raffles, food and music marked a fundraiser known as the "Purple Ribbon Gala" at the Alamance County Country Club Saturday night. The community gathered to support Family Abuse Services of Alamance County, an organization that provides services to victims of domestic violence.
The student, whose bedroom was damaged after a car crashed through her wall Tuesday morning, said she has moved out of her Trollinger Apartment. Police say there were no reports of injuries at the scene, but the crash left broken glass, pieces of brick and drywall scattered throughout one apartment bedroom.
Walk into the Community Center at the Elon Community Church on the first Friday of the month and you would see crafts, kickball, dancing and a parachute. But the children playing the games and having fun are the most important aspect of this special gathering.
The carnival is in town. The Powers Great American Midways opened its season last week at the intersection of North Church Street and Graham-Hopedale Road.
Workers completed construction last week on the new multi-faith center, named the Numen Lumen Pavilion. The building was constructed as part of the Elon Commitment and completes the Academic Village.
"It may just seem like $1500, but it's a lot more than that," said junior Arnetia Fogg, one student affected by a 3.9% increase in tuition for 2013-2014. The overall cost for a student will be $1586 more expensive next year than the current academic year.
What she said began as a "fluke," turned into a local shoppe in Burlington for April Murray who opened Main Street Cake Shoppe on South Church Street seven weeks ago.
The end of the semester is here and while students are stuck studying in the library, many students are wishing for an excuse to relieve them from the stress of finals. Their excuse could be that the total destruction of the earth is happening in a few days.
Through election season, many students may remember the advertisements or the debates. But one Elon student has a different perspective on politics.
It's been an exhausting, devastating week for many in the Northeast United States. Superstorm Sandy blew in last Monday night killing 111 people across 10 states. The storm wiped away many homes, the majority in New York and New Jersey. Thousands on the East Coast are still struggling to get by after the storm.
Technology giants, yet again, are hoping to get their new products introduced this week into the hands of college students.
By Brian Mezerski
A university student was found dead at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill last Friday and even death at some other campus will impact any university.
Brian Mezerski talked to some volunteers at the DNC.
There are several initiatives going on all around campus that are focusing on inclusion and Elon is adding new programs to campus this fall handling sexual harassment.