NEWS 11/11/13 11:38am

Elon Alum Named Kappa Sigma Man of the Year

He may be an Admiral, but to those in the room, he's still "Shortney." Admiral William Gortney of Elon's Class of 1977 was in Burlington Saturday where he received his fraternity Kappa Sigma 2013

NEWS 11/4/13 6:26pm

From Coach To Mayor

Current Elon town Mayor Jerry Tolley will run for re-election this Tuesday and says he is confident going into the election. "Well when you run unopposed, you feel pretty good," he says. Tolley has held the job for 12 years and still has goals for Elon's future. "We're working with consultants right now to look at the downtown area to see what we can do to revitalize it to get people from all over Alamance County and even Greensboro to make the town a destination place to come to eat, visit and have a good time," Tolley says. As mayor, Tolley helped revitalize the downtown area.

NEWS 10/31/13 9:13pm

SGA Senate Recap: Oct. 31

At Thursday night’s SGA Senate Meeting, Elaine Turner, director of Residence Life, explained Elon’s strategic plan to create a more engaging residential program. In fall 2014, Elon will roll out a new residential plan designed to support the needs of students during all four years of their college experience.

NEWS 10/31/13 4:10pm

Singing group holds book drive benefit concert

On Saturday, a cappella singing group Twisted Measure presented an Aca-Book Drive, a concert to benefit the Worldwide Book Drive, a philanthropic business that works to distribute books to people in need. Admission was free with one book donation, and attendance was so great that the number of book donations was far more than anticipated by Twisted Measure members. But Twisted Measure wasn't singing solo that night.

NEWS 10/28/13 10:58pm

Student comedians perform for a cause

Students packed Fat Frogg on Oct. 24 for a night of laughs that benefitted St. Judes Children's Hospital. Elon's very own group of stand-up comedians, including Michelle Leibel, Meredith Sullivan, Sergio Ingato, Jack Adkins and Grace Baldridge, told jokes, performed impressions and pumped up the crowd throughout the night. Senior Grace Baldridge, one of the comedians, said this performance was extra special for her because it was her last at Elon, since she is graduating in December. "I've loved kind of building some sort of Elon standup community that I hope will carry on after I leave," Baldridge said.

NEWS 10/28/13 10:13pm

Elon residents battle Breast Cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Two residents of Elon N.C. support one another through their battle. "I stayed on the chemotherapy machine for 4 hours and 45 minutes," Mae Jayce Cousin said.

NEWS 10/27/13 10:16pm

Allied Churches expands to new food pantry

When Loaves and Fishes, Alamance County's largest food distributor, closed it doors in August, many community members worried where they would get their next meal. Allied Churches, a local food bank, stepped in to help out.

NEWS 10/26/13 11:34am

Elon’s take on BuzzFeed: the new news or new distraction?

It’s the bane of every teacher’s existence. It clutters Facebook homepages. It draws people of all lifestyles in with articles like “10 Peculiar Works of Art Featuring Donald Trump” and “23 Moments of Beyonce Realness.” At Elon University, students appear split on BuzzFeed’s attraction.

NEWS 10/24/13 1:21am

Construction disrupts parking plan

Students are back on campus following fall break, but they probably noticed some changes to where they are allowed to park. Construction on the new Inman Admissions Center, opening in 2015, reduced the Moseley Center parking lot to 100 spaces reserved strictly for faculty and staff, admissions visitors and campus visitors.


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