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Dr. Gregory Antoine grew up in a military family of seven where his father and uncles served in World War II. Antoine himself spent over 20 years in the military where he served as a naval officer, and he retired from the Army as a colonel.
For two months, Elon University instructor in cinema and television arts Joshua Troxler and his wife have spent several hours each day searching for affordable apartments in New York City — where Troxler, his wife and his eight-month-old son plan to move on May 31.
Elon University professor of mathematics Hwayeon Ryu was awarded a $300,000 National Science Foundation grant in April to fund her COVID-19 research for the next three academic school years.
Updated as of April 15, 2022 at 9:30 p.m. to include additional video from remarks.
Updated as of April 12, 2022 at 1:19 p.m. to include video.
When Yom Kippur fell on an academic day this past fall, senior Lindsay Rosenzweig was faced with a difficult decision: fall behind on eight hours of internship work in favor of attending religious services, or not attend services. Despite choosing her internship at the Family Justice Center over attending services, Rosenzweig said she still took the holiday seriously and fasted — having to endure the day with no food or water.
Family Weekend 2022 will be held Sept. 30 to Oct. 2 and the Phoenix football team is set to take on Richmond University on Oct. 1 in Rhodes Stadium — according to a press release.
Updated as of March 8, 2022 at 2:15 p.m. to include a photo of Moodle.
CORRECTION: The original version of this article conflated the city ordinance that governs “parade and street events” with the ordinance that governs “protests.” The revised version clarifies the authority of the Special Events Committee and includes updates about the committee’s role in approving a candlelight vigil for Wyatt Outlaw, as well as the city council’s approval of several events at its meeting on March 8 — the day this article was originally published.
Graham City Council voted to temporarily suspend the event-approval process — a procedure usually done through a government-appointed committee designed to make decisions around approving or denying protest permits.
Junior Maddy Starr was sitting inside the Chabad House when she heard a loud bang. Observing the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur, she was breaking the fast surrounded by students and community members of the same religion. Starr was horrified to find out the bang was a gunshot that hit a car parked directly in front of the house. This memory, though two years old, still follows her as a Jewish student at Elon.
Born from a Smithfield ham factory outlet, Elon University’s School of Health Sciences substituted conveyor belts and meat lockers for classrooms, office suites and state of the art health labs.
Class of 2024 President Britt Mobley said going into the spring semester, he is writing legislation that will put funds towards a monument on campus immortalizing the experiences of people of color at Elon — both past and present.
The first successful organ transplantation between a genetically-modified pig and a human patient was recorded in January. The process of performing an organ transplant between two different species is called xenotransplantation.
Updated as of Feb. 8, 2022 at 4:36 p.m. to include video.
To celebrate Black History Month, Elon University’s Center for Race, Ethnicity and Diversity Education will be hosting a series of events throughout the month of February. One of these events include SUBCinema movie showings at Turner Theater. Three movies will be played across the span of the month — each movie was selected for its adherence to CREDE’s selected themes of celebrating Black history: love, joy and resistance.
The indoor mask mandate will continue through the start of the spring semester, according to an email sent on Jan. 25 by Chair of the Healthy Elon Committee Jeff Stein.
Updated as January 20, 2022 at 5:56 p.m. to include what offices and services are open Friday January 21.
Vice President for Student Life Jon Dooley sent out an email stating that the campus of Elon intends to operate as normal on Wed, Jan. 19, after class and facility schedules were revised due to severe winter weather conditions.
Updated as of January 18, 2022 at 2:48 p.m. to include video.