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Relay for Life and Club Baseball hosted their annual “Dodge for a Cause” fundraiser on Oct. 11. This is Relay for Life’s third year hosting the beloved dodgeball tournament and the second year of hosting the event in collaboration with Club Baseball.
The Gender & LGBTQIA Center celebrated its second annual Pride Fest on Friday, Oct. 11. This year's Pride Fest was planned on the same day as National Coming Out Day, a day where members of the LGBTQIA communities celebrate coming out, pride and each other.
Preet Bharara, former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, spoke to Elon University School of Law students and faculty as well as members of the Greensboro community Thursday night. Bharara’s talk, part of the Distinguished Leadership Lecture Series hosted at the Carolina Theatre in Greensboro, centered around his legal experience, and how it informs his day-to-day life.
In this week's episode of ENN Radio Christian Galvano explains what we know about the gunfire that happened outside the Chabad House. The Inn at Elon is set to open January 6 and we will hear from Lauren Singles on how Elon plans to use the Inn for university advancement. Mackenzie Wilkes tells us the goals of the candidates for mayor of the City of Burlington ahead of November's general election.
Two Elon Police sergeants are in the first weeks of new jobs after a historic promotion. Sgt. Ditra Graves and Kedrick King are the first African-American sergeants in the department’s history.
Correction: 1:07 p.m. to correct the days of Jon Dooley's emails from Friday to Thursday. Elon News Network Regrets this error.
Assistant professor of philosophy Lauren Guilmette said the decision to bring a train stop to Elon will depend on whether or not students care.
Elon University students who identify as Hispanic/Latinx recited poetry, sang and performed comedy during Voces Latinas, a Hispanic Heritage Month Open Mic Night, at Oak House on Oct. 8th. The event was hosted by El Centro of Espanol and the Latinx-Hispanic Union.
Only nine minutes from Elon University, nestled snugly between a law office and a realtor, lies da Vinci’s Table. The Italian restaurant serves up classic dishes, including vegetarian ones, lending itself to a more inclusive dining experience than many other southern restaurants. For those looking to have a date night without meat and hassle, da Vinci’s Table could be an option.
Not knowing much about sustainability myself, I began to wonder what it means to be sustainable on a college campus, particularly here at Elon University. From daily observations and research, it has struck me that sustainability initiatives are present; however, students might not always follow them or care enough to partake in them.
Entering the final month of the regular season, the Elon University women’s soccer team sits at 8-3-2 on the season, with a 2-1-1 conference record. A big contributor to the Phoenix’s success is junior midfielder Carson Jones.
By now, school children in North Carolina have brought markers, scissors, folders and other supplies to class. However, there is one key supply that many of them lack as they begin a new school year: safe, lead-free water at school.
With recent allegations that President Donald Trump has betrayed his oath and the nation’s security, Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives, announced on Tuesday, Sept. 24 that the U.S. House would initiate a formal impeachment inquiry against him. Pelosi noted that the “president must be held accountable.” This marks the fourth time in American history a president has faced the possible threat of impeachment. Jill Auditori, instructor in political science and policy studies, gives her thoughts on the situation.
Creative writing, one of the concentrations in Elon’s English major, might not seem like the most conventional career path to pursue in college. A question English majors may encounter is: What can you do even do with that?
With temperatures constantly changing throughout the world, there has been an increase in wildfires, making it harder to control these continuous disasters. Each year, fires in California leave homes and the environment destroyed. Currently, forest fires in Indonesia are producing thick black smog, which contains harmful chemicals that make it difficult for individuals to breathe.
The throwers of Elon’s track and field team can now say they are coached by one of the top 30 throwers in the world.
Correction — Oct. 12, 12:40 p.m. The story initially stated the university's goal was to have zero carbon emissions. This has been changed to reflect the university's goal of neutral carbon emissions. Elon News Network regrets this error.
Turner Theatre is a 220-seat auditorium located in Elon University’s School of Communications. Since 2016, the theater has shown movies and documentaries for students and community members free of charge. While attendees are encouraged to bring their own food, candy and popcorn are usually provided. Here is what is playing this week:
Among the bustling College Coffee crowd sits a bare table with two students and a few papers laid out. The students are a part of the Sierra Student Coalition, a group of Elon students motivated to bring awareness to environmental issues through discussion, activism and service.
BURLINGTON — The question “will you marry me?” was followed by a chorus of support from the audience. Storm Chamberlin held her breath as Ashley McAvoy lowered her hands from her mouth and said the word that made Chamberlin the “happiest woman in the world.”