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For freshmen like Sarah Dodman, who do not necessarily know what the process looks like, sorority recruitment can be a nerve-wracking experience. Now that Elon University’s Panhellenic Association has announced that 2021 sorority recruitment will be officially moved to a virtual format because of the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, many freshmen like Dodman are wondering what joining a fraternity or sorority will look like this year.
Elon University’s quarantine policy, still unfamiliar to a majority of the student body, is becoming a reality that more and more members of the Elon community have to grapple with.
An email with the word “URGENT” in the subject will appear in a couple hundred Elon University students, faculty and staff inbox each week this fall. Those receiving this email from Jeff Stein, the chair of the ready and resilient committee, have been randomly selected for COVID-19 testing.
Over 800 Meals on Wheels volunteers are traveling around Alamance County to deliver meals to seniors, families, and other individuals who are currently homebound due to the coronavirus pandemic. Social distancing and isolation has created an increased need for residents to receive meals and aid.
Elon University professors voted in favor of a motion asking Postmaster General and Board of Trustee member Louis DeJoy to commit to improving the service provided by the United States Postal Service and absolve his personal conflict of interests or step down as trustee to the university at the Sept. 4 faculty meeting. Jeff Clark, professor of mathematics, proposed the motion.
Marcus Smith died in Greensboro nearly two years ago after being hogtied by local police on the corner of Market and Church Street.
Elon University’s Student Government Association met for a virtual town hall on the issue of diversity, equity and inclusion on campus on Thursday evening. Junior Malia Takei moderated the town hall, which featured Vice President and Associate Provost for Inclusive Excellence Randy Williams, Vice President for Student Life Jon Dooley and Director of the Center for Equity and Inclusive Excellence Leigh-Anne Royster.
En un almacén a las afueras de North Church Street en Burlington está CityGate Dream Center. El Dream Center -- una organización sin fines de lucro y centro comunal -- generalmente está lleno de estudiantes después del día escolar, clases de inglés a cargo del Alamance Community College y clases de prevención de diabetes dirigidas por Cone Health, pero el centro ha perdido la actividad normal.
Gatherings in the town of Elon will remain capped at 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors, despite Gov. Roy Cooper’s recent executive order lifting some coronavirus restrictions.
The town of Elon Board of Alderman had their monthly agenda planning meeting Monday night to discuss items to vote on for next week’s voting session, which ranged from budgetary changes with new coronavirus relief funds, to readjust town social gathering guidelines.
People passing through Young Commons — the expansive lawn in front of Moseley Center — on Tuesday night could hear and see Elon University students reflecting upon experiences, sharing thoughts and commemorating the Black lives such as Tamir Rice, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and others that have been lost as a result of racial injustice in America.
Many people know him as postmaster general. Some know him as a successful businessman or the former CEO of New Breed Logistics. But members of the Elon community know Louis DeJoy as one of the benefactors for Odyssey scholarships, and as a member of the Elon University Board of Trustees since 2007.
North Carolina will be moving to Phase 2.5 beginning on Friday, Sept. 4 at 5 p.m., Gov. Roy Cooper said at a press briefing today.
In a renovated warehouse just off North Church Street in Burlington is CityGate Dream Center. The Dream Center — which is a nonprofit and community center— is usually filled with students after school, English classes taught by Alamance Community College or diabetes prevention classes led by Cone Health, but the center has been missing its normal activity.
The first Student Government Association business meeting of the fall semester looked a little different this year, with representatives spaced six feet apart — some attending virtually — and wearing masks in Alumni Gym.
Elon University is renting hotel rooms at the Tru by Hilton hotel and Holiday Inn Express in Burlington for students who need to quarantine after contracting or being potentially exposed to the coronavirus, according to the Holiday Inn Express and students staying at Tru hotel.
On the field, Elon redshirt sophomore and Phoenix men’s soccer goalkeeper Peter Wentzel has to be prepared for anything. But nothing could have prepared him for what happened last spring.
Less than an hour away from Elon, researchers at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill are working to contain the coronavirus pandemic through a clinical trial of a potential COVID-19 vaccine. The trial is continuing even as undergraduate instruction has moved online at UNC following several cluster outbreaks of the virus on their campus.
Elon University President Connie Book sat down with Elon News Network to discuss race relations on campus.
Randy Williams has a vision of what an inclusive, diverse and equitable campus would like at Elon University. A vision where these ideas would be “infused throughout” the campus community.