National Labor Relations Board rules in favor of Elon University non-tenure track faculty members’ right to form union
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Updated Feb. 24, 2020, at 1:12 p.m.
Elon University spent more money than anticipated during the fall semester due to pandemic related costs, according to Provost Aswani Volety.
The search for Elon University’s new chief of campus security and police — which started almost a year ago — is nearing completion.
The town of Elon Board of Aldermen discussed litter issues in neighborhoods, recognized two town of Elon police officers and heard from Elon University officials on COVID-19 cases at the agenda-setting meeting on Feb. 9.
Updated Feb. 3, 2021, to clarify the number of final candidates.
Students have to wait to receive their doses of the COVID-19 vaccine while faculty and staff could receive the vaccine in the coming weeks as part of phases two and three of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services vaccination plan: “You Have a Spot. Take Your Shot.”
Many states, including North Carolina, are preparing to receive COVID-19 vaccine supplies, as Pfizer works to meet Food and Drug Administration expectations for emergency use on its vaccine. Planning for vaccine distribution in North Carolina is being done in four phases — zero through three — according to the 148-page distribution plan outlined by the NC Vaccination Planning Team. There is also a four-phase plan for who gets distributed the vaccine.
After students expressed their concerns and the establishment of a roundtable by Elon University President Connie Book, “immediate actions” are being taken by the university following a convoy in support of President Donald Trump that drove through Elon in September.
With 52.53% of the vote, Amy Galey won North Carolina’s 24th Senate District in the 2020 election. But to represent the people of District 24 in Raleigh, Galey will no longer maintain her seat on the Alamance County Board of Commissioners. The Alamance County GOP executive board will vote on a candidate to finish the remaining two years of Galey’s term in January, according to Chairman of the Alamance County GOP Ben York.
The Board of Aldermen voted this week to approve granting the Lutheran Retirement Ministries a special ordinance to build a five-story apartment project in the Twin Lakes Community campus, which will be the town’s first five story building.
With 38 of 38 precincts reported in, the three Republican candidates for county commissioner — John Paisley, Jr., Bill Lashley, Jr. and Pamela Thompson — took the three seats available.
Updated Nov. 3, at 9:02 p.m. to include video.
Six candidates battled for three open seats on the Alamance County Board of Commissioners. Three Republican candidates — Bill Lashley, John Paisley and Pamela Thompson — and three Democrats — Bob Byrd, Dreama Caldwell and Kristen Powers — all campaigned in the 2020 race. Only three will have seats on the board.
Updated Oct. 31, 2020, at 7:24 p.m. to include information from a march attendee who was arrested.
Despite the campus wide power outage at Elon University’s coronavirus testing is still up and running in Alumni Gym.
The roundtable on the Trump caravan gave its recommendations to Elon University President Connie Book on Oct. 19. The list included 16 different recommendations of action that could be taken to boost campus safety.
Updated Oct. 16 at 12:02 p.m. to include information on the university's proposal.
Updated Oct. 14 at 10:46 a.m. to include information on the previous police chief search.
The Board of Aldermen passed the Elon University major development plan at the regular session on Oct. 13. Board members also passed a water-sewer connection and sewer only connection policies as well as amendments to the town of Elon code of ordinances and the holiday display policy.
Elon University President Connie Book addressed the Board of Aldermen regarding a university proposal to temporarily close East Haggard Ave at the agenda setting meeting on Monday. The proposal submitted by the university suggested using the street to increase outdoor space for recreational and educational purposes. Book also said safety concerns are another reason to close the street, citing the pro-Trump parade that drove through campus as well as the shooting outside of Elon’s Chabad house last fall in her public comment.