NEWS 10/8/19 1:32pm

Title IX pioneer speaks at Elon

Pino-Silva was one of the first people to file a Title Ⅸ complaint, sparking a nationwide movement in 2013. Since then, she has co-authored the book "We Believe You: Survivors of Campus Sexual Assault Speak Out" and starred in the documentary "The Hunting Ground." 

NEWS 10/6/19 9:01pm

The Burlington mayoral election explained

There are three candidates vying for votes in the primary municipal election, which will be held this Tuesday, Oct. 8. The mayoral office for the City of Burlington will be on the ballot. Polls open at 6:30 a.m. and close at 7:30 p.m.

NEWS 10/6/19 7:29pm

Alamance County Crop Hunger Walk celebrates 50 years

It was chilly on Saturday October 6, but not chilly enough to stop over 150 walkers raising money to end hunger in Alamance County. The Alamance County Crop Hunger Walk hosted their 50th annual 5K walk some walking, some running, and some staying behind to offer support.

NEWS 10/6/19 1:34am

Men's soccer downed by Drexel

Elon Men's Soccer (3-6-1) fell to the Drexel Dragons (4-5-1) 2-1 on Saturday night, falling to 0-4-0 in the CAA. The game was defined by number of missed opportunities for the Phoenix.

LIFESTYLE 10/6/19 1:27am

OAKtober Fest

Elon’s Student Union Board hosted a new fall festival Saturday night. The festival, titled ‘OAKtober Fest’ after the German ‘Oktoberfest’, featured live music, food, pumpkin painting, and s’mores. 

LIFESTYLE 10/4/19 12:00pm

ELON EATS: Smitty's

Walking down North Williamson Avenue on a humid afternoon, the sight of dogs yapping is accompanied by a neon green, pink and orange ice cream sign that draws eyes and business.

NEWS 10/4/19 11:26am

ENN Radio Oct. 4, 2019

In this week's episode reporter Maeve Ashbrook talks the strategic plan and the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Elon Elementary school building.There's a new face working full time at the Elon Fire Department helping to keep the station up and running.Two more cases of the mumps confirmed on campus, and how one woman stands out on the club hockey team.

LIFESTYLE 10/3/19 11:07pm

Colonnades hosts a Burmese-style dinner

Terry Tomasek, faculty director of the Colonnades neighborhood, had the idea to host a Burmese-style dinner for the Colonnades neighborhood after reading the 2019 Common Reading, "Futureface." The book is being discussed in the freshmen Global Experience classes.