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Village Juice Co., located above McEwen Dining Hall, is Elon’s favorite food option for vegan students or those who want a healthier breakfast or lunch. Students on a Block meal plan can use a swipe at Village Juice. With its wide array of options, they can choose from several smoothies, grain bowls, salads and more.
Located 25 minutes by car from Elon, the Tanger Outlets in Mebane are a destination for students looking to buy a new outfit or grab a bite to eat.
Even though the renovated McEwen Dining Hall has only been open for about a year, it has quickly become Elon students’ favorite spot for breakfast. Right by Historic Neighborhood and a short walk from Global Neighborhood, McEwen has an assortment of different breakfast options for students.
For the third consecutive year, Burlington’s Harris Teeter has earned the title “Best Grocery Store.” Located just two miles from campus, this Southern chain continues to serve as a one-stop shop for Elon students.
Sitting on the corner of Huffman Mill Road and South Church Street, diners will find the Italian word for “you are welcome” looming in large red letters. Prego’s has been serving up New York-style Italian food to the area for nearly 15 years now, constantly leaving customers saying “thank you.”
Elon women’s Volleyball turned in a monster season. The program continues to improve as the Phoenix look to reign over the Colonial Athletic Association for years to come.
The Elon men’s basketball team has had its fair share of ups and downs over the past year, ending last season with an 11-21 record and currently holding a losing record this season. First-year head coach Mike Schrage came in ready to take on the challenges this year poses.
Sophomore Hannah Simpson remembers the first time she went on a date with her boyfriend at Pandora’s Pies.
Campus Recreation provides many more opportunities to work out than just frequenting their gym facilities. The group exercise class offerings include a mix of different difficulty level classes such as High Intensity Interval Training, cycling and its most popular class, Zumba.
Numen Lumen has been voted this year’s favorite yoga spot. Located in the Academic Pavilion, Numen Lumen hosts many weekly events for students. It was built in 2013 to offer a new multi-faith center for the community.
Behind the Francis Center is the meeting spot for one of the most tight-knit organizations at Elon — Club Baseball.
Global Commons, located in the heart of the Global Neighborhood, was voted “Best Campus Study Space.” The recognition comes with little surprise, with the number of study areas which provide all students with the opportunity to find an enjoyable place to do homework or study.
Director Douglas Hall turned 1950s-based “Damn Yankees” into a story relevant in the modern day for the Elon University drama department’s annual fall musical. Despite the play’s age, Hall said he believes that its story is still worthwhile.
The Communications Living Learning Community at Elon University is a place where people interested in the many fields of communications can come together to establish personal and professional relationships with each other.
College students know the power of caffeine better than anyone. If you’re an avid coffee-drinker looking for the best brew on campus, look no further than to The Oak House.
Often overlooked, outdoor basketball courts are part of what makes Elon University’s campus so unique. I have seen many college campuses in the Northeast that don’t have any outdoor courts. I have selected three of my personal favorite courts to play on and one which I believe comes out on top.
A poll of the Elon community says Historic Neighborhood is the best neighborhood on Elon’s campus. Historic beat out Global, Colonnades, Danieley, East and Oaks neighborhoods for the title.
At Elon, something is going on all the time. On top of that, you’re probably tired, have a quiz coming up that you aren’t fully prepared for and have to sit through a lecture in a class you don’t really like. With the busy culture that Elon embodies, taking a moment to relax and be in the moment can be a rare occurrence.
Elon students have given the title of Best Minor in the school to photography.
A first impression is always important. Elon makes a statement with my personal favorite building on campus. Standing across from Belk Library, hiding Loy Commons from the rest of campus, is the Inman Admissions Building.