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Elon University football (6-5 in 2018) takes the field in 2019 with all eyes on them after their groundbreaking 2018 campaign. A new coaching staff, returning stars and seniors poised to end their careers on a high note gives fans at Rhodes Stadium a lot to stand up and cheer for.
Elon University Volleyball takes the court this year with a brand-new identity. Not only is the team without their leading scorer from last year, but they also must run the gauntlet that is the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) with a team that is a third freshmen.
Updated: Sept. 2, 11:50 a.m. to correct an explanation for the clip given out by Elon Dining. Elon News Network regrets this error.
Flooding in Virginia Residence Hall moved some students out of their dorm rooms earlier this week.
A local university is investigating after a student was arrested for having two firearms and ammunition in his dorm room.
Elon’s Campus Recreation and Wellness is offering free exercise classes during the first week of school through Sept. 1.
After move-in and convocation new students are finally getting settled in on Elon’s campus as the first week of classes starts. But for some news students such a big change and be jarring.
Technicians employed by AT&T in Burlington camped outside their workplace Tuesday to stand up against what they call ‘unfair labor practices.’ The Communications Workers of America union (CWA) has filed a charge with the National Labor Relations Board.
A stop sign was removed from the corner of an Elon intersection off-campus, according to a recent police report.
Move In weekend was full of emotions, from excitement and nerves, to a few tears. For mother Charlotte Olson, having her daughter Corinna away from home wasn’t unusual.
Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris spoke in Greensboro on Sunday afternoon at Smith High School.
When campus clears out in May with the majority of students heading home for summer, your favorite Elon shops and eateries stay open for business.
As new students fill the dorms and classrooms, there is a sense of eagerness to attain an unreached potential which is known to come hand-in-hand with the college experience. Making friends, joining clubs, and doing well in classes are some of the many expectations which come with the idea of college success. However, with the excitement to thrive comes the adverse: the fear of failure.
Change is hard. It’s a universal experience that everyone faces throughout their lives; that is, the pain of letting go of who you were and accepting who you have become. From a developmental perspective, the difficulties associated with change most often show up when a person has a sudden disruption in their environment. Moving to a new state, parents getting divorced, or experiencing the death of a loved one are all moments when people feel the pain that their past is over and accept that their life is now different.
One of the first questioning hands raised following an active shooter training workshop at Elon University was about the reactionary process of “Run, hide, fight.”
Before the incoming freshman class made its way under the oaks, they first stopped in Alamance for a token of good luck.
The Elon University campus burst to life on Friday, Aug. 23 when students moved into on-campus residence halls. Some highlights of the day included the second class ever moving into East Neighborhood and renovations being completed in Virginia Hall.
East Neighborhood welcomed first-year students for the second time when the class of 2023 moved in Friday, Aug. 23.
As Elon leaps into the future so does their residence halls. With lots of new buildings on campus it was also time for an upgrade for some of the oldest buildings.
Richard and Margaret Hoff only attended a few years of junior college in their hometowns. Now, over 50 years later, they are dropping their granddaughter off at Elon University, more than an 11 hour drive from home.