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When public artist Mary Ryan wakes up early in the morning during a project week, she gathers her supplies, puts on her paint-covered shoes and says goodbye to her husband before heading off to paint alone for eight hours — this week, in downtown Elon.
Since Sept. 2, the town of Elon has charged 20 students with underage drinking and 18 for open container violations. The department worked undercover Friday night to zone in on underage drinking in partnership with Alamance Alcohol Law Enforcement Response Team, which also goes to other towns in the county.
President Joe Biden announced his plan to provide $10,000 in debt cancellation for millions of Americans and up to $10,000 more for people with great financial need, there have been spam calls targeting people with student loans. Elon University’s Director of Information Security Gary Sheehan explained how to avoid scams, what to do if you receive a scam and ways to report these scams.
Campus Police Chief Joe LeMire discussed safety for the school year, changes made to the department and the biggest concerns for the new academic year. He discussed changes made due to recent mass shootings across the country and staffing shortages among several police departments. Some of the improvements include new equipment, new officers, and delegating liaisons for campus neighborhoods to talk to students about topics such as a sexual assault.
It’s the first day of classes at Elon University. For some, attending class on a college campus is new — for others, it’s a day they’re familiar with.
Updated as of Aug. 19 at 12:41 p.m. to include video.
College students nationwide are seeing the long-term effects of virtual learning reflected in their test scores. Many students who ended high school virtually now report feeling behind in the classroom.
When Greg Milton wakes up in the morning, he goes to Cummings High School in Burlington to educate his students and fill his classroom with the sounds of music. But it hasn’t always been easy and enjoyable.
Today the board approved Alamance County native Dain Butler to take the role on July 1. Butler has served as superintendent of schools for five years in Roanoke Rapids, just two hours northeast of Elon.
For residents of North Carolina, 2022 is a midterm election year with the primary election on May 17. Early Voting for North Carolina primary elections began this week and lasts until May 14 at 3 p.m.
Residence Life has still not responding to Elon News Network’s numerous requests for comment this morning. This comes after students and parents expressed frustration about the housing selection process for next year.
Tonight on Elon Local News: Our Naomi Washington and Annemarie Bonner have more on the repairs to the downtown Elon train tracks, the dance team's journey to the NDA national competition and a preview of the incoming class of 2026.
The latest from Elon Local News: Our Naomi Washington and Margaret Faust have more on the second week since the mask mandate was lifted, a local business collecting donations for Ukrainians and a preview of the SGA race for Student Body President.
More than two dozen members of the North Carolina National Guard are set to leave Alamance Regional Medical Center on March 4. Since they arrived on Feb. 10, COVID-19 hospitalizations have decreased by 31% in Alamance County.
Forget the colorful leaves, holiday lights and brisk temperatures because the fall and winter aren’t superior when it comes to the best time of year at Elon University. Though I have only experienced one spring on campus because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the season’s scenery and temperatures reign supreme.
While Elon University provides the opportunity for students to study abroad, there is also the chance to study in other parts of the United States, including Los Angeles. Elon in LA was voted “Best Study USA” by the Elon community.
For the first time since 2019, many students will be headed out of town for fall break. In order to make it to their destination safely, there are a few important things to keep in mind, according to owner of Wilson Tire Pros and Automotive, Steven Moss.
This Saturday at 7:30 p.m., Shirley Tempos, one of Elon University’s all-female a capella groups will join Elon’s other acapella groups — Rip_Chord, Melanated Melodies, Sweet Signatures, Smooth Progressions, Vital Signs and Twisted Measure — in Whitley Auditorium for Acapocalypse, a halloween-themed concert. Tickets are $8 and available for purchase in the Moseley Student Center until Friday at 3:30 p.m.
Paris Taliadouros first met James Markley freshman year. Taliadouros was struggling with the transition to college and being away from home. When he found Markley, they immediately clicked, forming bonds over exercise and other shared interests.
Senior dance major Caroline Boothe is presenting her choreography at this year’s fall dance concert in November. Boothe is one of many performing arts students who have not been able to perform live for over a year due to the coronavirus pandemic. But Boothe said she is more excited than nervous about the return to a live audience and to dance alongside her fellow dance majors.