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During his freshman year, junior Ayo Onasanya found himself constantly parking next to the same car but never met its driver. Weeks into his sophomore year, Onasanya spent some time at Org Fair chatting with the students behind the Elon Motorsports and Driving Club table and met his future roommate — the man he’d parked next to for a year.
This fall, the Student Government Association added a National Pan-Hellenic Council senator position, which was filled by senior Arianne Payne. This position was added in the hope of better representing the interests of historically black sororities and fraternities at Elon University. In the past, Greek life was only represented by an Interfraternity Council senator and a Panhellenic senator.
Elon University has started the search process for the next director of Campus Safety and Police. Dennis Franks, who currently holds the position, will be leaving at the end of December to become the chief of police in Stallings, North Carolina — approximately two hours from Elon, just south of Charlotte.
Elon News Network’s special political coverage of The Elon Political Forum: Inside the Issues Debate.
Mike Schrage took over as the new head coach for Elon University’s men’s basketball team last April — marking the beginning of a series of changes to the team, as he started recruiting new members to the Phoenix.
A new basketball season is upon us, and the Elon University Phoenix women’s team look to hit the ground running. The quest for a winning season and third NCAA tournament berth in four years has gotten off to a stunning start for North Carolina coaching legend Charlotte Smith. This 2019-2020 season started with a match-up against Western Carolina University and a thrilling overtime victory against Appalachian State University.
After living in New York City for years, Britt Bradford has realized his dream of selling northeastern-style frankfurters and bratwursts to a local North Carolina community.
Even before coming to Elon University, civic engagement was a huge part of my life. No matter where you are in the world, community service teaches people compassion and understanding on real-world issues. It gives people the opportunity to act on something they’re passionate about. There’s also no time limit to service work. People can volunteer as much or as little as they want and still make an impact on someone else’s life.
As a member of the Cherokee nation, freshman Lakota Grindstaff found a sense of community at Elon University through its year-old Native American Student Association.
David Pirtle never thought homelessness could happen to him. In fact, he said, it “came out of the blue.”
You may see it in the Olympics and think it looks cool. But for one local group, gymnastics is a sport, passion and part of who they are.
Updated on Tuesday Nov. 19 at 1:45 p.m. with statements from Richard Roedner and Alderwoman Emily Sharpe.
An Elon student was cited for assaulting an officer at the student's Oak Hill apartment, according to a Town of Elon police report.
A luminous, vivid stage isn't the setting that most people envision for a Jazz concert. While the beaming lights of the McCrary Theatre juxtapose the dark, smoky atmosphere of a classical Jazz club, the music sounds just as sweet.
“If you can’t tell, cartoons are my life,” Liza Donnelly, cartoonist, said to the crowd gathered at Whitley auditorium for her presentation “Drawing on Humor for Change.”
On this week's episode of ENN Radio we hear from Maria Ramirez on how IDs are being damaged when students are purchasing alcohol. Hannah Massen tells us about the ROTC student experience. Molly Healy breaks down the Student Government Association funding model and Jon Sarver gives us the rundown on the new season of Phoenix basketball.
Updated Nov. 13 at 5:24 p.m. with a statement from Elon University.
Although twin brothers and seniors Ryan and Eric Whitehead did not play on the same football team until high school, they have now played together for nine years.
The Elon Board of Aldermen passed the ordinance which approved the annexation agreement between the town of Elon and town of Gibsonville 3-0. The board also approved the asset purchase agreement for land on Amick Road referred to as the "Travis Creek Pump Station," 3-0.
Elon University’s Mixed Martial Arts Club, also known as MMA, is a club sport where members practice different styles of martial arts, such as jiu jitsu, taekwondo and other forms of self-defense such as wrestling and boxing.