NEWS 8/31/14 7:43am

Duke trumps Elon in Skrosky debut

The Rich Skrosky era opened in disappointment for Elon as Duke dominated the Phoenix in a 52-13 blowout. "They're a more talented football team than we are, there's no question about it," Elon's head football coach said.

SPORTS 8/28/14 1:07pm

Elon releases CAA basketball schedule

Today Elon University released the men's basketball Colonial Athletic Association schedule for the 2014-2015 season. This marks Elon's first year in the CAA, which is widely regarded as one of the top mid-major conferences in college basketball.

NEWS 8/26/14 11:15pm

Elon upgrades phoenix cards

For sophomores and upper classmen, phoenix cards are about to get an upgrade, and yes, students may get their pictures retaken. The university is moving to contactless, nonswipe cards, which first year students have already received.

NEWS 8/26/14 1:53pm

"Hands Up, Don't Shoot" campaign comes to Elon

By: Meredith Stutz and Gary Grumbach "Hands up, Don't shoot." That's the message that members of Elon's chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated hoped to spread during Tuesday morning's College Coffee to shed light on the events happening in Ferguson, Mo.

NEWS 8/24/14 8:54pm

Thrill of the chill, Elon takes on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

As summer comes to a close, one of the biggest trends of the season, the "Ice Bucket Challenge," continues to go viral across social media outlets. The goal served to raise awareness for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), better known as Lou Gehrig's disease. According to Facebook, more than 2.5 million "Ice Bucket Challenge" videos have been posted on the social media site, in addition to more than 28 million similar posts. Elon junior Carrie Hartsfield lost her aunt, Joan Gluck, to ALS in 2003 and recalls her aunt's everyday struggles as she battled the illness. "It got to the point that she was standing in line and someone cut in front of her, but she couldn't even pick up her feet to move," Hartsfield said. Several years after Gluck's passing, Hartsfield conducted research on Lou Gehrig's disease as part of a high school project where she learned more about this particular disease. "I got the jist of it when I was eight, but I really didn't understand the biology behind it and how it was contracted," Hartsfield said.

NEWS 8/23/14 11:56am

Under the Oaks: Class of 2018 Meets for Convocation

Multimedia Coverage by Ryan Greene, Al Drago, Lauren Cook and Patterson Huggins "How are you going to use those 1,400 days?" President Leo Lambert posed this question to the class of 2018, the 128th graduating class of Elon, this morning under the oaks for New Student Convocation.

NEWS 8/22/14 10:46am

A Day in Pictures: Best of #ElonMoveIn

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SPORTS 8/5/14 12:20am

Elon Men's Hoops assistant Sweeney heads to Hobart

Elon University men's basketball associate head coach Tim Sweeney will be roaming a new sideline next season. Sweeney, who has spent the last five years assisting head coach Matt Matheny, will be leaving the Phoenix next season to head north to Hobart College, where he will be head coach.

NEWS 7/29/14 11:00pm

What Not to Miss: Freshman Year Bucket List Edition

Class of 2018, you are a few weeks away from starting your college career at Elon University! Congratulations!!! You're almost there. If you are anything like I was, you're already looking up all the activities and clubs you want to hit up the second you step foot on campus.