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When he’s not out on the surf or in his Danieley Neighborhood flat, Ignacio Alonso is still learning how to navigate college life — just like the other 1,700 freshmen on campus this year.
Para los estudiantes de color de primer año en Elon University, el programa de Student Mentors Advising Rising Talent (SMART) los conecta con estudiantes de color mayores para promover relaciones positivas.
Only nine faculty members at Elon University identify as Hispanic, according to the Office of Institutional Research & Assessment 2018-2019 Fact Book. According to a report by the Latinx/Hispanic Working Group, this number falls well below the demographics of “peer and aspirant institutions.”
The Student Mentors Advising Rising Talent program partners freshman students with older students of color to foster positive relationships.
Como ex-alumna de la Escuela Americana El Salvador, la familia de Lucía Safie siempre había anticipado que asistiría a la universidad en Los Estados Unidos — ahora es estudiante de último año en Elon University, y es una de solo dos salvadoreños en la Universidad.
As a graduate of the American School of El Salvador, Lucia Safie’s family always expected her to attend college in the United States — she is now a senior at Elon University and one of only two Salvadorans on campus.
Elon hosted a forum on climate change, on Sept. 24, to discuss the effect of climate change on nature.
With the official start of fall, many people will be swapping their refreshing slushies for pumpkin spice lattes.
Updated – Monday, Oct. 7 — 8:48 p.m.
For the first time, the Burlington Carousel Festival took place this weekend without its main attraction.
Burlington mayoral candidates gathered at Mayco Bigelow Community Center this evening to discuss issues affecting East Burlington residents ahead of the October primary election.
Nikki Haley, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, is the keynote speaker at this year’s Fall Convocation. Haley’s visit has sparked discussion on campus regarding her political beliefs and her previous role in the Trump administration.
Update — 3:01 p.m.
Elon football (2-2) lost 49-7 to Wake Forest University (4-0) Saturday. The Phoenix fall to 0-11-1 all-time against the Demon Deacons. With this loss, the team is now 0-12 against Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) opponents since the team moved to the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS).
Coming off a victory against the University of Richmond last week, Elon football (2-1) traveled to Winston-Salem to take on Wake Forest University (3-0). The Phoenix entered its clash with the Demon Deacons without three starters on offense: junior wide receiver Kortez Weeks, senior tight end Matt Foster and junior offensive lineman Pete Townsend.
On this week's episode, Maeve Ashbrook and Brian Rea talk to Elon students and health officials about the risks associated with vaping. Jack Norcross explains why the Elon chapter of Kappa Sigma fraternity had their charter revoked. Elon has a new recycling program on campus and what to expect ahead of the Phoenix face off against Wake Forest.
UPDATED: Sept. 20 at 8:50 p.m.
Alex Wagner is on campus to discuss her debut novel, “Futureface: A Family Mystery, an Epic Quest, and the Secret to Belonging,” which was chosen for the 2023 common reading novel.
Elon volleyball (4-6) fell to the Winthrop Eagles (6-3) Tuesday in Schar Center in 3-0. This loss caps the Phoenix undefeated home streak at three games.