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Elon University will be crediting students for the required pre-semester COVID-19 tests. Upon filling out a form, all students are eligible to receive a $129 credit on their student account for the test they took prior to arriving on campus for the fall semester.
Elon University has moved back down to Level 2 — Moderate Alert, according to an email from Jeff Stein, chair of the Ready & Resilient committee. The university had been in the High Alert Level since Sept. 21, after an outbreak in cases that caused the university to increase two alert levels in four days.
Jerry Tolley, mayor of the town of Elon, condemned the caravan in support of President Donald Trump that drove through Elon University and the town. In a press release on Friday, Tolley said he and the Board of Aldermen are committed to making all residents “with no regard to race, religion, ethnicity, gender or sexuality” feel safe.
Updated Sept. 21, 2020, at 4:29 p.m. to include information on the enforcement of the visitor policy.
Two additional coronavirus clusters have been reported among Elon University student-athletes, bringing the total to three, according to an email to students from Vice President for Student Life Jon Dooley. Baseball, lacrosse and football all have clusters among their teams.
Updated Sept. 17, 2020, at 11:43 p.m. to include information on testing and the return to practice.
The committee to review the mutual aid agreement between Elon University Police and local law enforcement has recommended that the university stay in an agreement. According to the list of recommendations, it is “imperative to have broad mutual aid agreements.” The current recommendations are not finalized, according to Executive Vice President Steven House, who is filling in for Gerald Whittington as chair.
27 students have faced or are in the process of facing conduct charges for hosting mass gatherings as of Sept. 12, according to Vice President for Student Life Jon Dooley, representing an increase of 20 students since Aug. 25.
En un almacén a las afueras de North Church Street en Burlington está CityGate Dream Center. El Dream Center -- una organización sin fines de lucro y centro comunal -- generalmente está lleno de estudiantes después del día escolar, clases de inglés a cargo del Alamance Community College y clases de prevención de diabetes dirigidas por Cone Health, pero el centro ha perdido la actividad normal.
Gatherings in the town of Elon will remain capped at 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors, despite Gov. Roy Cooper’s recent executive order lifting some coronavirus restrictions.
In a renovated warehouse just off North Church Street in Burlington is CityGate Dream Center. The Dream Center — which is a nonprofit and community center— is usually filled with students after school, English classes taught by Alamance Community College or diabetes prevention classes led by Cone Health, but the center has been missing its normal activity.
Classes, events and student organizations are some of the things that will be different during the fall semester, but one thing will stay the same: emails from Jon Dooley.
After a lawsuit and subsequent protests, Graham City Council has repealed its ordinance requiring protesters to apply for a permit in order to gather. On behalf of the Alamance County chapter of the NAACP and other protesters, civil rights groups filed a lawsuit on July 2 against the city of Graham and other Alamance County officials.
Elon University students, faculty and staff will be required to get a coronavirus test before arriving on campus this fall. The testing is required in order to participate in fall semester.
Updated July 6 at 7:54 p.m. to include information on the temporary restraining order.
The Elon University Police Department is in an annual mutual aid agreement with local law enforcement agencies in Alamance County. This mutual aid agreement has been under scrutiny by Elon students, faculty and staff after the department assisted at the other agencies at the Confederate monument in Graham.
CORRECTION: A previous headline stated the Center for Leadership will be named after Janice Ratliff. The Center for Leadership building will be named after Ratliff, not the center. Elon News Network regrets this error.
Updated June 30 at 12:59 p.m. to include the Alamance County Mutual Aid Agreement.
Updated June 25 at 2:47 p.m. with a statement from the Alamance County Sheriff's Office.
Amid national protests over racial injustice, Elon University President Connie Book expressed her solidarity to Elon’s black community in an email to students, faculty and staff.