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GREENSBORO, N.C. — Presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke spoke at Natty Greene's Pub and Brewing Company in downtown Greensboro. O'Rourke is among over a dozen Democratic candidates vying for the party's presidential nomination as the first primaries and debates approach.
The National Weather Service issued a tornado watch for Alamance County and surrounding areas at 2:20 p.m. and is in effect until 8 p.m. Vice president of student life, Jon Dooley sent an email to students alerting them of the tornado watch.
Twenty-three years ago, documentary photographer Allison Shelley picked up a camera professionally. Shelley, a Pulitzer Center grantee, works freelance and has her photos published in TIME Magazine, The New York Times and her latest project “We are fighters, too” in the Washington Post.
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Glenda Phillips Hightower was the valedictorian at her high school in Burlington, North Carolina, but had no college to attend until Elon University offered her full tuition. In 1963, she became the first full-time black student to attend Elon. On April 4, 2019, she received an honorary doctorate from Elon at Spring Convocation.
UPDATE 12:52 – Elon Town police have identified Elon University students Carrigan Bain and Delaney Rubenstein as the two pedestrians hit while crossing the street. Elon student Caitlin Whalen has been identified as the driver. Whalen was cited for failing to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk.
Ian Baltutis, the current mayor of Burlington, announced in a press release Wednesday that he plans to hit the campaign trail again, hoping to keep his seat in office this coming November.
Religious leaders from across campus came together Monday afternoon to show their support for the Muslim community in the wake of the terrorist attack in New Zealand, where a gunman killed 50 people and injured 50 more at two mosques. Nearly every seat was filled in the Numen Lumen Sacred Space to reflect, pray and support one another.
The North Carolina State Board of Elections approved the use of an alternative voter identification card for Elon University students. The Office of the President submitted an application for the use of an ID on March 13.
Elon University will not be changing all Phoenix Cards to meet the requirements for a voter identification card and has instead applied to provide an alternative ID card to students who request one.
North Carolinians voted this past November on a constitutional amendment that would require voters to show an identification card at the polls.
SGA announced which candidates will be running for office. Jack Johnson, current Executive Secretary, and Nate Jones are competing for the Presidential seat on the executive board.
“Dear President Book” reads the letter that Sen. Elizabeth Warren sent to Elon University. Warren, a congresswoman from Massachusetts and Democratic presidential candidate, wrote a letter to President Connie Book and 31 other university presidents in January addressing one common theme: Wells Fargo.
Freshman musical theatre major Hannah Hubbard has been performing her whole life. From ballet to acting, Hubbard has always been on stage.
In partnership with Elon Feminists for Equality, Change and Transformation, SGA launched a pilot program providing free menstrual products in select bathrooms across campus. For Sophie Zinn, chair of the student issues committee, this program has been in the works for two and a half years.
Al Drago '15, photojournalist and Elon University alumnus, is confirmed to be the spring undergraduate commencement speaker. Drago, who was a journalism major, was heavily involved in student media on campus as he was the chief photographer for Elon Local News and photo editor for The Pendulum.
The Sklut Hillel Center hosted its monthly bagel brunch this morning. While the bagel brunch is a recurring event that allows the community to come together, diversity and inclusion was emphasized at today’s gathering. The event follows an incident where discriminatory messages were written on the board in Koury Athletic Center.
On Saturday, Oct. 20, a groundbreaking ceremony was held to commemorate the construction of the Inn at Elon. While the ceremony was not directly held on the construction site due to rain, a tent was set up where donors, members of the board of trustees and the Elon community gathered. A pile of dirt was set up so that ground could ceremoniously be broken.
A campus is one big community and should be treated as such. On campus, you can see dogs playing, people biking and walking or a game of cornhole ensuing. Everyone has a space here, and it’s important to respect that space.
My brother and I are very alike. We watch the same shows, listen to similar music and have a lot of the same mannerisms. Apparently, if I buzzed my hair off, I would look exactly like him. Even though he’s eight years older than me, our similar interests have allowed us to have a close relationship.