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SGA held its first business meeting of the new 2018-2019 legislative year after hosting a community town hall last week. For the new executive officers — Executive President Kenneth Brown Jr., Executive Vice President Charlie Cheema, Executive Secretary Jack Johnson and Executive Treasurer Max Pivonka — it was their first time leading a meeting.
The town of Elon celebrated its 125th anniversary today over cake with North Carolina General Assembly Sen. Rick Gunn of District 24 and District 64 House Representative Dennis Riddell. The state representatives came to the town to honor its 125th anniversary, recognizing the quality of college and town relationship.
The deadline to register to vote for the North Carolina primaries is approaching fast. Friday, April 3, is the last day to vote in the North Carolina statewide elections on May 8.
“Some things are so terrible, you don’t forget,” said Ella Mueller, who was born 90 years ago in Padew, a village in Poland home to a German community.
The Town of Elon planned to celebrate its 125th anniversary today in Downtown Elon, but due to weather conditions, the event was called off.
SGA held an open forum, “Starting Together,” this evening, which discussed the future of the student body in its new legislative year.
SGA Executive President Kenneth Brown Jr. appointed new members to fill the empty spaces for the 2018-2019 rotation year. SGA still has yet to approve these positions.
Today, around 10,000 people live in the town of Elon though it is only 5 square miles. About 70 percent of the town is comprised of students. The population of Elon is growing by 290 people each year, according to the town.
The Town of Elon is making new strides in land development with its comprehensive, planned project, Envision 2040. Through this new plan, the town hopes to combat the issues of population growth, housing and non-profit ownership over the span of the next 22 years.
Elon University's internet crashed on Wednesday afternoon due to construction on the new McEwen Dining Hall. Connectivity was restored at 3:30 p.m.
The Town of Elon Board of Alderman voted tonight to allow Elon University to display the school of communications news ticker facing the downtown of Elon.
President Book attended her first SGA meeting last night, addressing student and staff concerns on campus. At the meeting, she listened to student concerns about social life, mental health and diversity.
Lawrence Wright, author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning book and new Hulu series "The Looming Tower," spoke about his personal experiences in investigative reporting tonight in Whitley Auditorium at Elon University.
The first latino bishop to serve the 54 counties in Eastern North Carolina, Luis Rafael Zarama Pasqualetto, came to Elon Community Church Sunday, March 4 to lead the traditional 6 p.m. service.
The national Never Again movement to stop school shootings came to Elon University’s campus tonight. Students Brendan Duff and Theresa Prayther, alumni of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School organized a vigil in honor of the 17 people who died at Parkland High School on Feb. 14.
Reporter and author from Tucson, Margaret Regan, came to Elon University’s campus tonight to speak about the heart of immigration. She has written two prized, award-winning books, "The Death of Josseline" and "Detained and Deported."
Students gathered in Moseley Center tonight to hear the final results of the SGA 2018 election.
SGA held its second annual Elon Ball last night in Global Commons. Last year, 900 students came to the event. But this year, over 1,200 students dressed up for a fun night filled with music, dancing, food and a red carpet.
Clohan Dining Hall saw more than 500 students tonight in the first hour of their Mardi Gras-themed event.
Students took a close look at the positives and negatives of Fraternity and Sorority Life at Elon University during SGA’s open forum. Affiliated and unaffiliated students alike joined together to discuss what it means to be in FSL, why it is important to the culture of Elon and how the community can improve.