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According to Gallup Poll, the percentage of Americans that are worried about race relations has significantly increased in the past two years from 17 percent in 2014 to 35 percent in 2016. The Black Student Union at Elon University hosted a fashion show Saturday night in Mckinnon Hall named: "The Struggle Continues." The show consisted of five scenes starting with Nat Turner's Rebellion and ending with the Black Lives Matter Movement. Alexis Williams, co-director of the show, said that the show's purpose is more than just their history and is present at Elon everyday.
Mentor, teacher, advisor, wife, mother, friend, author, and other titles are just a few ways that the Elon community has described Dr. Heidi Frontani since her death on Friday, February 26.
Anna Torres-Zeb, the Muslim Life Coordinator at Elon University, reflects on the month of February.
Students and faculty gathered together on November 10 in the McBride Gathering Space to continue the discussion on the Presidential Social Task Force.
Body image is a social issue facing the nation. According to nyc.gov, more than 80 percent of 10-year-olds are afraid of being fat.
It's called The Presidential Task Force on Campus Social Climate and out of Class Engagement. It's also known as President Lambert's Passion Project. According to Dr. Naeemah Clark, the co-chair of the task force, the idea started when Lambert was talking to students around campus.
It was a play on words: the Co-Op hosted the Co-Hops and more than 300 people showed up for the event, the fourth annual Beer Festival on Saturday in downtown Burlington.
According to new student orientation, 1600 new students now walk the bricks of Elon. Among those students is new freshman, Kyle Bacciocco. Though he received his acorn under the oaks like all the other new student, Bacciocco's experience is different from most freshmen because his sister is a senior here at Elon.
Danielle Commons isn't the only building awaiting major construction.
A Broadway performer goes back to his roots to where it all began this past week to give music theatre majors the chance to put on a unique type of show. It's called Spoken Word, a poetry reading that was taken over by the Department of Performing Arts.
When people hear his name, they immediately think of football, but there is more to the Head Football Coach Rich Skrosky than football. Skrosky adopted a child through the organization, Team Impact. But this is no ordinary adoption.
While most encounter international competition through TV, one Elon student experienced it firsthand by competing with her synchronized skating team, Skyliners.
Meals On Wheels is an organization in Alamance County that started 41 years ago. At the time, the organization delivered 15 meals a day, Monday through Friday, to people in need. Now, volunteers of the organization delivers more than 300 meals a day.
Walking onto the make-shift construction site in Elon Elementary School's parking lot early Saturday morning, John Barnhill seemed like every other alumni. Little did the volunteers know that Barnhill was actually the reason the organization even existed. With Homecoming last weekend, Habitat for Humanity held this special build for graduates to come build and meet current students.
Bella is Elon junior Nick Cook's four-year-old sister. Bella Elder was born with Down Syndrome, has had open-heart surgery before turning 5 months old, and was diagnosed with Leukemia.
For most Elon students, celebrating Elon's 125 years is just another milestone. But for one student, it's more.
Members of the Town of Elon gathered on Saturday Sept. 14 in Beth Schmidt Park to celebrate the fifth annual Autumn Bash. The fair allows community members to meet local firefighters and police officers. Attendees learned safety tips and also were able to take part in festivities at the event.
One of the newest changes to Elon Campus Dining that students are noticing is the new menu options at Varsity Sports Grill, or rather, what is no longer an option.
Families gathered Under the Oaks for Elon University's New Student Convocation on Saturday morning, August 24 . During convocation, first year students were able to gain knowledge from Elon University leaders.