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Bob Frigo, assistant dean of Campus Life and director of the Kernodle Center for Civic Life, gives the opening remarks at the spring deliberative dialogue, “How Should We Prevent Mass Shootings in Our Communities?” Feb. 27. The discussion invited students, faculty and staff to discuss ways to stop mass shootings and ensure that people feel safe in their homes and communities.
Sophomore Miray Konar, an international student from Izmir, Turkey, works with the Elon University Arabic Language Organization Feb. 17 inside Moseley Center to raise donations for Turkey and Syria earthquake relief. The organization and Konar connected with Turkish communities in North Carolina to find ways to support earthquake victims, including Sancar Turkish Cultural and Community Center in Chapel Hill.
Elon News Network photo from move-in, 2021.
Only seven out of 52 goals have been accomplished in the Elon University Global Education Center’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Strategic Plan as of May 2.
Burlington resident and Honda saleswoman Lisa Eddins packs a backpack at the Burlington Flow Honda on March 24 with materials to send to the Ukrainian Association of North Carolina. The organization will send the donations to European countries that border Ukraine and have invited millions of Ukrainian refugees into their homes.
Freshmen twins Morgan and Madison Williams are daily commuters to Elon University. Though they initially decided to commute to save money, when the sisters found out that tution was set to increase by 9% next academic year, their wishes of eventually living on campus diminished.
Burlington resident Tori Mitchell serves as the founder and CEO of Nail Fiendz Nail Institute, a nail tech school that provides skills and experiences for local residents.
Seneca Rogers passes by the former Western Electric Company-Tarheel Army Missile Plant as he drives through Burlington. Rogers, who is currently running for Alamance Board of Education, hopes that the area can one day turn into something else — a Black community space.
Jim Merrill, who started at the beginning of January, returns with 20 years of experience — he served as the superintendent in Alamance from 2000 to 2006, Virginia Beach City Public Schools from 2006 to 2013 and then at Wake County Public Schools from 2013 to 2018.
Elon University’s Global Education Center will host a presentation and discussion on the history of Black travel and study abroad Feb. 8. The event, “Resistance and Resilience: Black Travel Past & Present,” is part of the series of events celebrating Black History Month at Elon University.
Elon’s criminal justice studies, an interdisciplinary program, provides students with a foundation on the realms of crime and justice.
Senior Grace Tiedge works in the Live Oak Communications office at Elon where she puts her strategic communications and media analytics skills to work at the university student-run agency.
Coming into the 2021-22 men’s basketball season, Elon welcomes five new players to the team. Two of these additions - senior Andrew Junkin and freshman Sam Sherry - have the size and length the Phoenix was looking for.
Two transfer students, junior Bria Harmon and sophomore Ajia James, joined the Elon University women's basketball team for the 2022 season.
Elon Fire Chief Alva Sizemore reflects on his time working in his fire career. Sizemore will retire at the end of November after serving as the chief since 2015.
Senior Morgan Kearns and Dan Areis sit and chat in the current downtown seating area next to Pandora's Pies.
Sophomore Sela Cornell has been visually impaired since she was born. Cornell said that there have been instances where she faced communication issues with some professors from the university.
Sophomore Victor Gaspar walks through Historic Neighborhood. Gaspar was born visually impaired, where he has enough vision to see objects and navigate in areas with good lighting around campus.
The sun is still rising when sophomore Lotte Fox prepares for golf practice. Stepping on grass that is filled with dew, Fox attends practice — five times a week and an optional one on the weekend. With school, sports and extracurricular activities, Fox said she doesn’t know how she balances it all.
Jiwon Ha, an adjunct instructor of modern and Korean dance, holds a rehearsal for the Fall Dance Concert on Monday, Oct. 11 in the Center for the Arts.