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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — In a gymnasium at Winston-Salem State University — a historically black university — just days before Super Tuesday Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) held a rally advocating for young black voters to cast their ballots.
Correction, Feb. 26 at 10:03 a.m. — The name of the Executive Vice President was stated incorrectly. Louisa Sholar is Executive Vice President. Elon News Network regrets this error.
Updated on Feb. 26 at 5:45 p.m. with quotes from Elon professor Ketevan Kupatadze.
Correction, Feb. 24 at 1:36 p.m. — The date that the updated treasurer's manual will go into effect was originally misprinted. It will go into effect on Monday, Feb. 24. Elon News Network regrets this error.
Glenda Phillips-Hightower was the first black student to attend Elon in 1963, and Eugene Perry was the first black student to graduate in 1969.
In this week's episode, Grace Morris and Lauren Singles talk about the coronavirus's impact on Elon. Ashley Moran explains early voting for in the North Carolina primary as Baylor Rodman tells us what presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg had to say in his visit to the state. Softball season has started and Caitlin Rundle breaks down how the team is faring.
Ahead of the March 3 primary elections in North Carolina, candidates for Alamance County commissioners answered questions on Wednesday evening at a forum in a packed McKinnon hall at Elon University. There are 12 candidates,10 of which were present at the forum.
In response to recent conflict between the United States and Iran— after the U.S. military decided to kill Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani an action the United States Department of Defense says would "protect U.S. personnel abroad," — Elon University students and community members decided to protest.
On this week's episode of ENN Radio we talk to students and alumni on the Elon Faculty Union, how the men's basketball team has done in their last two games, a new store heading to Burlington and a new purchase made by the university.
Updated on Friday Dec. 6 at 6:22 p.m. to include new quotes.
On this week's episode of ENN Radio Mackenzie Wilkes talks to the new town manger of Elon. Caitlin Rundle explains who the new men's basketball head coach is and Leila Jackson gives us the rundown on new Student Government Association representation.
Updated on Tuesday Nov. 19 at 1:45 p.m. with statements from Richard Roedner and Alderwoman Emily Sharpe.
On this week's episode of ENN Radio we hear from Maria Ramirez on how IDs are being damaged when students are purchasing alcohol. Hannah Massen tells us about the ROTC student experience. Molly Healy breaks down the Student Government Association funding model and Jon Sarver gives us the rundown on the new season of Phoenix basketball.
The Elon Board of Aldermen passed the ordinance which approved the annexation agreement between the town of Elon and town of Gibsonville 3-0. The board also approved the asset purchase agreement for land on Amick Road referred to as the "Travis Creek Pump Station," 3-0.
A seven-month search is coming to a close in the town of Elon for its next town manager. The Board of Aldermen has offered the town manager position to one of the two final candidates.
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.
Updated on Friday Nov. 8 at 1:19 p.m. with statements from the winners.
Ian Baltutis — an Elon University alumnus— won the mayoral election for the city of Burlington. With all precincts reporting Baltutis has won with 66.54% of the votes according to the unofficial election results from the North Carolina State Board of Elections.
On this week's episode of ENN Radio, there's an update on the mumps and Kyra O'Connor explains how vaccination exemptions work at Elon University. Grace Morris describes what the active shooter drill in Alamance County was like and how the town of Elon police and university police performed during the drill.
Election season in the town of Elon is underway. Residents will be voting for three Board of Aldermen members in the upcoming municipal general election on Nov. 5. Vying for votes is incumbent Alderman Mark Greene, and candidates Monti Allison, Quinn Ray, Kyle Wills and Michael Woods.