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Student Government Association held its final town hall of the semester about the new funding model for the treasurer's manual. Treasurer Amanda Yaffa and assistant comptroller Frankie Storm facilitated the forum, splitting it up into sections: Applying for Funding, Reimbursement Process and Questions.
This week's episode of ENN Radio is all about politics in Alamance County. Mackenzie Wilkes breaks down the election results for the Elon Board of Aldermen race and the city of Burlington mayoral race. Maeve Ashbrook tells us the state of the search for Elon's new town manager.
Read the full multimedia story here.
The Mike Schrage era began in Schar Center as the men’s basketball team (1-0) defeated the Mars Hill University Mountain Lions (0-1) 90-84 in its opening game of the 2019-20 regular season.
The Elon women’s basketball team defeated the Winston-Salem St Rams 77-48 on Tuesday night in their first — and only — exhibition of the season.
Correction: This article misprinted the first name of Carole Troxler. The mistakes have been corrected. Elon News Network regrets this error.
Elon Police Department Sgts. Ditra Graves and Kendrick King are the first Black police officers promoted to sergeant in the town of Elon Police Department.
On the Friday night before an Elon University football game, the Steed family begins their eight-hour car ride to North Carolina from Alabama at about 11:30 p.m.
October is a month filled with change for defensive back Greg Liggs Jr., a change that came in the form of inflicting fear in opposing offenses. Liggs Jr. recorded seven interceptions in three games this past month. This feat instantly propelled Liggs Jr. to the top of the conference interception list. His career mark is now at 14 interceptions — an Elon Division I record.
Fifty years ago, Elon University was a very different campus than it is today.
On its 30th anniversary, the Catholic Campus Ministry celebrated Sunday mass during Homecoming Weekend in Holt Chapel, later welcoming alumni to Holland House, with its signature life-size cutout of Pope Francis greeting guests and community members.
Homecoming Weekend marks the yearly occasion on which graduates of Elon University return to campus. As the school expands, more and more alumni make the trip to North Carolina each fall, intrigued by the growing campus and the events planned by the school.
It’s November, which means the flu season is looming in the distance. And there’s concern this flu season could be bad.
After watching T-Pain perform and reading his post-concert comments about the town of Elon, I’ve developed a negative opinion of the rapper. He took to Twitter after the concert, saying he was “bored af in Elon (whatever that is),” which caused a frenzy among students, including myself.
Literary censorship is not a new controversy, but the people most affected by the banning of books has shifted. Access to literature in U.S. prisons has become increasingly restricted in the last few years as books are heavily monitored and are considered contraband. Most of the censored books include those that discuss marginalized groups and questionable behavior. With these bans affecting over 2.2 million incarcerated Americans, advocates have spoken out, claiming the access to controversial literature among those in prison is harmless and even necessary for the transition back to normal life.
In March of last year, junior Ashley Billie watched the landscape of the Pine Ridge Reservation reflect the blood orange hues of the South Dakota twilight sky. While watching what she said she considers to be the most beautiful sunset she has seen, Billie said she felt a newfound responsibility to help communities other than her own after her experience with Elon University’s Alternative Breaks.
The student body of Elon University has grown significantly in the past ten years, diversifying the religious landscape, specifically the Jewish population. Students credit the Hillel House for this increase.
Agnosticism is on the rise among Elon University students this year, mirroring religious tradition trends across the country.
This year, for the first time, The Center for Access and Success at Elon University is adding support services for any first-generation college student who is not affiliated with other programs such as the Odyssey Program. The Center is an office on campus to help higher education become accessible and navigable for students of all backgrounds.
Senior Sophia Giuffre went to Circle K to purchase a case of White Claws and a water bottle when an employee behind the counter began peeling the edges of her license. The employee thought the ID was fake.